Have you heard about Netflix's new dating policy? Allegedly, if you ask someone out once and get rejected, you have to avoid the person who rejected you. Now companies like Facebook and Google are lookin' pretty chill with their policies. At least they don't require their employees to avoid each other. But a little insider's… Continue reading NETPRIX News: Ask Me Once, Shame on You
Whenever I had the urge to change my Tinder profile, I used to ask myself, "What if someone notices? What if my one of my dates sees my refurbished bio or my new pics?" I would sit there confused, paranoid everyone would know I'm a ho. After much inner turmoil, I'd always end up with the… Continue reading Stay Static or Look Erratic: Navigating the Dating Apps
Sexual harassment is real. It's a looming issue women are forced to deal with on the daily. Regardless of this reality, however, we only decide to talk about it when someone important does something stupid. EYE-ROLL. While these scandals primarily come from situations where what-NOT-to-do should be obvious, what about situations where there is actual ambiguity - like, dating?
I haven't forgotten to report back on my sugar sleuthing. I'm not finished with my investigation just yet. I'm taking it slow, because I'm worried about getting murdered. The sugar daddy site I've been exploring, Seeking Arrangement, is largely comprised of anonymous users - AKA - potential serial killers; so, a girl can never be too careful.