Dating relationships at work
” or “Define sexy,” but multiple-choice questions with available answers that run the gamut from sexually neutral to unmistakably sexually provocative.You need to realize that some people can take an honest answer involving a sexually provocative question out of context because such an answer is word-searchable on most systems.For an example of the ramifications, consider this Q&A found on one service: Question: “What is my favorite indoor activity?”Available answers: Shopping, table tennis, sitting by the fire, reading, watching TV, movies, bowling, sex.I met my boyfriend, “Lindsey,” about five months ago, while he was spending a couple of weeks in New York for work.
When you are in love, the feeling is so rare and urgent that amputating it due to inconvenient circumstances seems totally insane—even more insane than, say, dating someone who lives 3,000 miles from you.
Considering those challenges, putting sexual info in your profile can be risky because some people may misconstrue the meaning.
As someone who’s always identified more as a sex addict than a masochist, I never imagined that I would end up in this situation.
Be careful about tucking sexual answers into otherwise nonsexual questions.
Some of these answers are pretty funny in the context they’re placed, but remember that some people doing word searches don’t necessarily view your answers in the same context.