Dating has never been that easy; every time you come out of a long-term relationship, it seems like all the rules have changed.Nowadays, things are way the hell out of control to the point that the thought of dying alone seems easier to stomach than attempting to navigate the dating scene.The biggest problem with Facebook is the bullshit factor. Back in the early days of Match.com, most of us thought that shit was for losers.We all carefully craft how we want to be perceived by others, and then just try to live up to that image in real life. Then we begrudgingly accepted it, and before you knew it, it was the only way to go. Assessing people on the most superficial level with a left or right swipe. Sit down and count the number of people you reject in one minute.Their ambitious goal: Create an online meeting place for an adult crowd to chat about topics they didn't want to air on Facebook or Twitter.Sam and April initially conceived their platform as an outlet for the "sex positive" community -- a broad term that generally suggested an open-mindedness about sexual orientation and practices.
And it's no small trick to take on the established social hubs and dating sites.Okay, Facebook is great when you meet someone at a party or whatever, because it helps you maintain some form of contact if you don’t want to date this person right away for whatever reason. Used to be, when you got a girl’s number, you had a finite amount of time to call her or you’d blow your chance.Now, you can just friend her, send her a message or like a post every now and then and string things out till Judgment Day.BT use “Smart Hub” and Parental controls to limit your access – so be aware if you have been using parental controls to limit access for your children.This is BT's guide to switching off Smart Hub & Parental Controls Smart Hub Settings BT Parental Controls – I'm not a BT customer so I have been unable to test the best setup to derestrict Kodi but still keep unwanted content away from your kids.