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On the bright side, the 32 matches seemed to have formed a friendship bond that will likely last beyond the length of the average Tinder relationship. I never give out my actual phone number to a guy unless we have an actual date scheduled and it is the day of the date, and even then, I do so totally reluctantly and only to spare either of us embarrassment in case of an emergency cancellation.

But now that I know it comes with the potential to be a part of a viral text chain, well…OK, I still won't change my mind.

I'm just really protective of my personal information, you guys! Can you believe this guy? When do you give your phone number out to an online match? By Nayomi Reghay. By Lovely Brown. By Tara Gonzalez. Topics dating dating fail online dating tinder. Read More.

I demurred. He pressed on: "It's perfect 'cause you're about to go out of town, I could give you something to remember! When our two separate Lyfts pulled up, I practically leaped into the one in front. Then I got this:. I gave him the too-busy line. Everyone knows it's a polite pass, right? I wouldn't have had trouble making room in my life for someone I genuinely liked, but after two dates and no sex, letting a guy down with his ego intact seemed easiest on everybody.

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I put my phone down and chalked it up to yet another Super Sad True NYC story: two strangers briefly pausing together in the dark. I ran screenshots by a few trusted girlfriends. Once I pointed it out, everyone agreed it was pretty rude to imply our two dates had been a "giant waste of time. Bizarrely, he sent one more text hours later, as I was turning my phone off for the night:. I lay in bed going over the tiny story arc of our relationship in my mind, stewing instead of sleeping, growing angrier and angrier as I went over the details of that night.

After all his unreciprocated moves, he had the audacity to text that he's "become better at picking up signals. I emailed a few friends for advice the next morning, and their responses snapped things into focus. My boldest friend said this: "If you feel comfortable sending a message, I say go for it. Otherwise, who is going to call this guy on his shit? It was only after I hit send that I remembered the dating app on which we'd met shows your first and last name after you connect—so with the help of Google, he'd have myriad means of contacting me if he so desired.

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But I had a busy day of travel ahead of me, so I scurried off to the airport, heart pounding, arms pulsing with adrenaline. When he'd tried—I'm assuming—to text back and didn't receive a response, he reached out via Facebook. Even though, by blocking him, I'd put up another boundary —one he rushed to pole-vault over in multiple ways. Because we aren't friends, I didn't see any of it until later, but it's clear at this point he was sure there'd just been some kind of misunderstanding:. A grand misunderstanding! My phone must not be getting his texts! He must've had a little too much to drink!

We'd each had three light beers and a meal over several hours, so nobody seemed drunk, but okay. There's an apology there but also an accusation. Because it's heartlessness that led me to text that, right? I obviously pulled a fast one on him by not dropping my smile, adopting a stern voice, and saying, "Sir, your continued advances are making me uncomfortable.

Because it gets them killed.


I'm not being dramatic: Witness these 12 women killed for saying no. Or the year-old man who, in , vowed to "slaughter" the women who'd rejected him before going on a shooting rampage in Santa Barbara. In the cab to the airport, I rejected a call from an unknown number; I Googled it, and sure enough, it was his work number. Another hour or so passed, and as I was waiting in the terminal, busily answering work emails, a message came through to the address listed on my professional website with the subject line "Hear me out:".

The only reason I could have sent that text is because I'm a mean, immature person who loves playing the victim and takes pleasure in hurting people.

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And I need a man to explain to me how I was wrong in stating that I felt uncomfortable. This is just how people date, it was just a cheek kiss and a polite inquiry. Really, I'm such a liar. Like all the women who say Trump assaulted them. Like all the women who couldn't get Cosby convicted. For what it's worth, I didn't think this guy was going to rape or kill me.

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I never worried that he'd force his way into my building or push me against the cab until I let him join me in the backseat. That's not the point. And that's not what I meant when I invoked rape culture. You do not have to rape anyone to contribute to rape culture. I shut off my phone and tried to push his defensive tirade out of my mind during my flight. But when I turned it back on another email was in my inbox:.

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The Five Love Languages is a book about how people in committed, consenting relationships can better express their love. Is his interpretation that if physical touch is your love language, you can get handsy with whomever you please?