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BEWARE Of Karaoke Apps Like Smule As You Might Encounter A Sex Offender!

Smule community is full of open hearted singers, and sex offenders know how to slow play their victims until they are ready for the ripe. Likewise, the internet is full of articles about karaoke apps like Smule and that have all sorts of psychos, pedophiles, and lunatics who demand nude photos, boob shows, or any kind of sexual acts. Recently, my friend was sexually harassed by a Smule user (under the pretext of love) so bad that she had almost quit Smule and ended up visiting a psychiatrist. How a Smule user was sexually harassed on the app? A woman joined Smule and got attracted to this handsome man with a melodious voice. He was a very charming person and a sweet talker. She started to interact with him and they got along very well. After a few days, he confessed his love for her. He is married but had compatibility issues with his wife. He claimed to have fallen in love with her affectionate and caring nature and if things go well, he would like to settle down with h

Online Dating: Use And Throw Relationship Culture

You are 38 and happily married. He is 35, married with a child (and a wife, of course). You meet online during lockdown. In the beginning, you are not interested in him. But then he tells you a story. A story about his bad married life and how he and his wife don't get along. Sounds filmy, correct? Women are stupid when it comes to the matter of heart. They fall for the same story over and over again. You feel sad for him. Your sympathy gradually turns in to true love because he has been sweet-talking to you all this time, giving you all his attention, and claiming to love you like no one has loved before. He sends you flirty messages that turn in to sexting. You start liking his dirty talks. He makes you think that you are his priority. You can't stop thinking about him. His thoughts give you org**sm. Very soon, you start questioning your marriage and dream of a future where you two are together, forever. He repeatedly assures commitment. Unfortunately, you believe his bullshi

My Long Distance BF Broke Up With Me Because I Refused To Send Him Nudes- What Should I Do Now?

A friend asked me: I met this guy on online and we have been chatting for the past two months. He is married but his marriage is going through a rough time. He seemed nice and very charming and I instantly got attracted to him.  It all started with a very healthy friendship until one day he confessed his love for me. He said that when the time comes, he is ready to leave his wife and child for me and marry me and until then we should chat so we can understand each other very well. Everything was going great until recently he pressurized me to send him nude pictures of myself to him. I said NO because I do not want to and I am not going to. He broke up with me.  Here are the recent accusations that he has made towards me and my replies to him: BF: I am fed up with your conditions. Me: When we started chatting, you said everything will be mutual and no one will force the other to do anything that they are not comfortable doing. You are adding this new condition now. That's breac

Sexting With A Married Person: Is It Cheating?

Yes, it is cheating if you are sexting with someone other than your significant other or your committed partner! While many of you may not agree with me because you are not practically doing anything in reality. I agree with it to some extent especially if you are sexting with someone you are committed to a relationship or you are casually seeing someone and aren't committed in a relationship then maybe it is not cheating. However, if you are committed to a relationship, then it is cheating, buddy!  My friend recently met this guy on a social media app and started talking to him. His great sense of humor immediately caught her attention. After a few interactions, this guy asked her,  "What is your viewpoint on lovemaking. You are married, right? So, that makes you experienced in this regard."  This was a first warning sign and she should have cut the conversation then and there. Unfortunately, she didn't.  This guy apologized for his behavior and said that