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Introductions are pass, having been replaced with “friending” someone.
But with the advent of technology, neighborhoods have given way to online communities.
The phrase is a code word to alert staff to the situation and help them diffuse it and ensure the person is safe.
The posters advise: “Are you on a date that isn’t working out? “If you go to the bar and ask for ‘Angela’ the bar staff will know you need help getting out of your situation and will call you a taxi or help you out discreetly- without too much fuss.” “The 'Ask for Angela' posters are part of our wider #No More campaign which aims to promote a culture change in relation to sexual violence and abuse, promote services in Lincolnshire and empower victims to make a decision on whether to report incidents.
There’s no denying that technology has opened a new door for social introductions.
The Census reported in 2011 that 51 percent of adult Americans were married—an all-time low and falling, while the median age for marriage hit an all-time high (29 for men and 27 for women).
Christian Mingle provides just that experience; the number of people that you can meet is almost unlimited due to the worldwide component and the fact that new people join every day.
Share with concerned friends and family that you are trying to broaden your social horizons and enjoy meaningful online conversations that might lead to a date or social experience.
Hardly unbiased results, but at first blush it reads impressively.
Here’s an excerpt from the Huffington Post in June, 2013: “Arecent study funded by [a major dating website]suggests that as many as 35 percent of Americans now meet their spouses online.