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Almost one in six singles (15%) say they feel addicted to the process of looking for a date.
Personally, I receive more messages from guys hitting on me than I do from people looking for professional advice or opportunities. While we don’t have exact numbers (Linked In declined to comment for this article), plenty of people we talked to had encountered a Linked In connection taking advantage of the site’s, um, alternative uses.
Sometimes it feels like I can no longer trust my Linked In inbox: Like, I’ve been sent dick pics via Linked In on separate occasions. Molly Fedick, a dating app expert and editor-in-chief of Hinge’s official blog, IRL, says that though she thinks using Linked In as a dating app is totally inappropriate, she can understand why someone would do it.
Likewise, Linked In does not tout itself as anything other than a professional networking site.
Doesn’t that make it sort of inevitable that it would be used for other kinds of networking?
If someone reaches out to you on Linked In and you don’t have any certainty of their intentions, how do you know if it’s a date or a networking opportunity?
I then get a weird message on Linked In the next day—he clearly didn’t want his wife to know he was chatting up girls.When a site’s purpose is to offer a secure platform for strangers in the same professional fields to network and find gains in the workplace, something is intrinsically lost when those implicit boundaries are crossed.A lack of distinction can make the platform look like “a neutral way to gauge someone’s interest,” says "Brea" (who asked that we not use her real name), 27.Marie (who asked that we not use her full name), 23, knew her neighbor was married.She also knew—from fights she could hear through their building’s paper-thin walls—that his relationship with his wife was on the rocks.