If someone asks you out on a date, is it okay for them to ask you to their place when meeting for the first time?
If not, other than it being a social norm used for determining if this person is trustworthy or not, why would that be considered inappropriate?
Better yet, what is the basis for concluding that meeting in public means that a person is harmless or safe?
Better yet, could there be other more accurate ways to tell what a man or a woman’s true intentions are?
This podcast was inspired by a friend of mine who was approached in this manner which she thought was inappropriate, and I wanted to share some additional context on the topic with her and to others who shared her sentiment.
I would love to hear everyone’s thoughts in the comment section. Let’s further discuss.
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