Tinder, the dating app that’s free and easy, user friendly and allows you to meet people virtually based on what they look like. Online flirting with random strangers who perhaps you are never going to meet but who you can flirt with whilst boosting your ego at the same time. Sex talk and porn photographs can be shared and thrown about the net, back and forth with the minimum of discretion, whilst at the same time, being married or in a relationship. Except if you get found out.
You generally have to put on a photograph in order to get liked or super liked. What if, however, your girlfriend, wife, partner, husband, boyfriend finds out about this little flirty indiscretion. Are you actually being unfaithful if you are sharing photographs of your tits or dick to the Tinder world whilst you are in a relationship?
When I was using Tinder I was asked on many occasions to send a tit shot or a naked shot and whilst I actually like my body, there is no way I would ever lower myself to be an unpaid porn star so some random guy could wank over me virtually. There are various sex sites for that.
There are so many stories on Twitter naming and shaming men and women alike who are doing this online flirting whilst in a relationship. I personally think the naming and shaming of this is totally acceptable. If you are in a loving committed relationship then pimping yourself out like this, however harmless it may seem, is actually being unfaithful.
You may never have any intention of meeting these random Tinder Tarts (that goes for men and women alike) but if you are doing this then you are not only embarrassing and shaming your partner behind their back but also yourself. The net, despite being a worldwide sharing information zone is actually quite small and if you need this virtual ego boost then just be aware that someone will know someone who will know someone who knows your partner and one day it could be you that is being named and shamed on Twitter for being a cheating Tinder Tart. (define relationship blog)