tops the list of most dangerous states for online dating, according to a new report conducted by the odd pairing of and home security company Safewise. For the report, researchers examined dating-world woes in each state, such as the CDC numbers on STD prevalence as well as rates for cyber crimes and violent crimes as according to the FBI. No surprise there, seeing as Vermont has a low rate of church attendance — and regular church attendance correlates with STD prevalence.
The report also notes a strong correlation between rates of STDs and those of violent crime, and credits Vermont's "robust sex education" for perpetuating safe dating, online and otherwise, throughout the state.
For example, note the kind of dishonesty described in this Bible verse: “I have not sat with men of untruth; and with those who hide what they are I do not come in.” (Psalm 26:4) What is meant by “those who hide what they are”?So, you don't have to scrub any trace of yourself from the Internet or dating apps if you live in some of the more 'dangerous' states. Just, uh, remember those afterschool specials about "staying safe."And enjoy your Valentine's Day. “I share these with my friends, and I’m always surprised that very intelligent women just go on a leap of faith.” It’s not unusual for daters to consider what they hope to find in a love interest.However, Barenholtz, who takes precautions to protect her personal information and more, has the sort of savvy daters need when it comes to relationships these days. The number of online dating sites has exploded, and so has the number of scammers trying to target your personal information.“You should always do a background check on the person that you are dating,” Anderson told Fox