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No one wants to think of their male friends (or worse, their coworkers or bosses) projecting them into sex fantasies.As I joked on Twitter, I expect a marked increase in traffic to Marcotte’s Facebook profile after this.On a more serious note, though, I’d reiterate a point I’ve made repeatedly over the years: Use a modicum of judgment in what you’re posting online.If you’re a good looking woman, there’s probably not much you’re going to do to dissuade male fantasy; I’m not even sure why you’d want to.As I say, there’s not much you can do to prevent males from fantasizing about your pics if you’re hot. Like or Dislike: I imagine that most women aren’t quite as ignorant as Marcotte is, but in case they are, make a mental note of the above.
I’m not sure if Marcotte is in that category, but she sure seems naive.
Rooms' development was first reported by the New York in early October as an alternative way to connect online aside from the many social media networks, like Facebook, which value or require authentic identities as a means of combating spammers, trolls and cyberbullies.
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A recent flight of transgender users from Facebook to alternative networks like Ello drew headlines several weeks ago.
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It reminds me of an old joke, that the difference between men and women is that women think they understand men, while men understand that they have no idea what women are thinking. Like or Dislike: Marcotte didn’t strike me as “creeped out” but I suppose feminists are fairly sensitive to being ogled in general.