While we understand it will take time - we hope to provide the most important aspects of Casual Encounters with https: Not sure I like that the email address is right there in the post itself.
Any plans to expand into other markets? The email address is only in the post when a user puts it there. The site actually doesn't support any communication channels through it you must provide a contact avenue in your listing.
Yes, we're hoping to add Canada here very soon, really it's about demand, if there's people looking to use the service in areas we're not currently in we can add them. What did you have in mind? Real women that are remotely attractive and looking for casual sex do not read or post ads on those sites. I'm inclined to think you're either ugly or just have no game, because I had a lot of success there over the years dude.
I'm not calling anyone ugly, but let's just say I've had a lot of luck. Very rarely was I able to connect with a woman that posted, but I posted quite often. If you post the right thing, women will respond. You would be surprised at the number of women that I've been in contact with. Only one, out of a lot, ended up in a bad experience. Yeah, that was meant to kind of playful, but in retrospect it was kind of mean.
Sorry to the ugly dude. I had a lot of success with pretty ones and uggos on CL I even married one. But most replies were easy-to-spot spambots or camgirls. Gotta put in some effort! Oh, wait, it's gone now: Moreover it's totally free lol. I've seen a lot of people move to Fetlife. It's not the same, but for those with unconventional tastes, it's a catch-all.
The message users receive if they attempt to click on any of the personals sections reads:. I was capable of losing a whole day to the section, refreshing my email inbox and responding in a trancelike state. The section enabled my addictive personality, allowing me to too easily engage in behaviors that became unhealthy for me. I found myself in dangerous situations that sometimes had consequences. In my 20s, I went through extensive therapy for sexual trauma and addiction, during which I had an extensive system of passwords and blocks set up to keep me off the section.
It just got a little bit harder to engage in risky behavior around anonymous sex, which for me personally may ultimately be a good thing. And yet, something is lost. That such a free space existed for kink to flourish, for unedited human desire that was inclusive of every type of person to thrive, for consenting adults to find their complementary sexual puzzle piece, for men and women to independently and anonymously exercise their right to sexual liberty is more precious and rare in retrospect, as we look toward a digital future affected by the reach of the new sex-trafficking law.