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Unlike other dating platforms, Facebook wants users to build meaningful relationships, not hookups. In a press release, Charmaine Hung, the Technical Program Manager of Facebook Dating, shared, “Currently, there are more than 200 million people who have listed themselves as single in their relationship status on Facebook.
Many of them already use Facebook to start meaningful relationships.
Agree to meet in a public space and arrange your own transportation.
In a perfect world, everyone understands the meaning of consent and boundaries, but unfortunately, we still have a long way to go, so stay alert and know your limits.
Just remember that if you can see them, they can definitely see you. But if you choose to delete your Profile, you will lose all the data.
Facebook worked with external LGBT Community Organizations and NGOs within their Network of Support, which includes Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and Transgender Law Center, to make sure the “options are safe, inclusive, transparent, and intuitive.” Remember having crushes when you were younger?
To stay on the safe side, feel free to report the person who asks you to do any of these.
When you agree to meet someone in person, tell a friend or relative about the date.
Even your Facebook friends won’t be able to see you unless you activate this feature.
People are suggested to you based on your preferences, interests, and Facebook activity because the goal is to find people you have in common with—not just people who are in your existing circles.