Newbie to DS. I also have a myspace and my rule is no "male" friends for obvious reasons--men usually have alterior motives and I don't need that BS now. I'm a bit ambivalent on this sight. Part of me would like to be naive and think people here are only here for support but...I've kinda gotten a creepy vibe from a male that wanted to be a "friend" here. I've already accepted a different male but I'm now rethinking my decision. Should I just say "no offense, but I have issues?". I don't mind comments or notes of encouragement from males, but the "friend" thing bugs me.
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