In recent years, drinking has gradually become a popular way for young people to socialize. But there are still people who label women who drink negatively, and they even think that it is unacceptable for women to drink. One of the reasons often used to discourage women from drinking is safety, as they believe women are more likely to be in danger when they go out drinking. However, drinking is only a choice, and gender should not be an affecting factor. After further research, I found that as drinking activities increase, not only women, all genders face safety problems when drinking. So I designed Drinky, an app that aims to protect all genders drink safely and creates a chill and relaxed atmosphere for friends to go out drinking. Drinky can help you create a card for each drinking activity for your records, including dates, times, locations, and members. When you are out drinking, you can easily activate the safety mode at the bottom menu bar when you need it to help you make emergency calls, call your contacts and take a taxi home. Also, when you're not drinking, you can choose to check the safety status of your friends and help them. Drinky may not completely solve the problem of drinking safety, but I believe it helps provide a better drinking environment for young people and contributes to the gender equality revealed by drinking.