Plenty of fish on line dating

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The twitter thread describing that situation can be found here but the TL; DR of that is basically a guy saw my political opinions in my profile and started referring to Black people as “chimps” who “deserve to die” and saying my generation was what was wrong with the country.I reported him multiple times, he only got a temporary ban, and when he was back I harassed POF on social media until they fully removed him.I purposely did not reactivate my profile on POF because I hate the site, but at one point I was showing someone on Twitter how to hide her profile and I guess as I was going through the steps of how to do it and taking screenshots, I accidentally un-hid mine.I wasn’t aware of this for several weeks until I saw an e-mail come through about getting a message.My hatred of Plenty of Fish (aka POF) is so well-documented it wouldn’t even be possible to link to all my past rants about them.

That linked post goes into why I won’t do so, but regardless, the point of a dating site is to find someone who meets your personal preferences.I got these messages from a guy last night: His profile said he was a business owner, so I did a reverse image search on his pictures to try to figure out what his business was so I could be sure to never patronize it.I found his Instagram and Facebook, and the person from his photos is really a man that lives in Las Vegas (very far from where I live), and has been in a relationship with a man since 2015. I was a little afraid to message the profile directly in case it really was him, but I felt like someone should know.POF is attached to an e-mail I don’t use that much, so I had missed all the other e-mails about messages I’d gotten over the past few months.Funny enough, I guess I was meant to see this particular message, because I logged on and it was a message from the original racist.

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