Selecting sex as your answer, when in the context of a thoughtful essay, may not seem particularly provocative.The problem is, a subscriber can easily run a search for all people who are looking for sex.It’s a very convenient way of meeting potential partners: you have thousands of profiles before your eyes, and your special someone can be among them.
You can then click on individual names or pictures to view member profiles.
Once you have found a profile you are interested in, there are several ways with which you can interact with that individual.
The offending items will be immediately deleted and with the offending member permanently banned.
Member’s also have the ability to report any comments or material that may be deemed to be offensive.
You can also leave comments on member's pictures and profiles.
In addition, you also have complete control over your profile so you can choose to share as much or as little information as you want with other members.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.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.If that’s your favorite indoor activity (and we found many people who said so), would you feel okay if it were taken as your primary indoor activity?