This site has the highest known incidence of cyber bullying. The app was designed as a forum to compliment people and brighten their day. You open your house to everyone you are ‘friends’ with.
You need to add ‘friends’ to your circle to comment on them. You let them in to view all the pictures that you have on display, rifle through your DVD collection and sift through your library.
The other person should feel comfortable and confident on their own IF they decide to send, which leads me to my next point… The problem with unsolicited nudes isn’t the surprise, it’s that it’s usually the absolute wrong damn time to receive them.
She planned on spending the day with a man she had met online, but not in person.
You also need to make sure that no one else knows about your house party so be sure it is closed invitation only for friends. is like giving everyone you know a receiver for your GPS tracking device.
The site is designed to let your friends know which restaurants and places you frequent, but really it just turns you in to a human beacon so people know where you are at all times. is like a house party with party games and your guests sectioned off in rooms.
The content here tends to be on the taboo or nasty side. Often the questions are very personal or inappropriate. is like a public yearbook where you can write messages to other people.
Using GPS and centred around school campuses, people create anonymous messages, confessionals or campus gossip backed by stock-image like pictures. You put yourself out there and then anonymous and random people fire questions at you.