Snezana (Zhana) Vrangalova says she had the approval of a “CS administrators.” to spam? all the groups on couchsurfing with her survey on couchsurfing, safety, and sexuality. Does the approval of one person make it right ?
Also do you consider this spam ?
is an inappropriate attempt to use email, or another networked communications facility by sending the same message to numerous people who didn’t ask for it.
Some of the questions from the survey
Q Have you ever had sex with a guest you didn’t know before? This includes, but is NOT limited to intercourse, and can refer to oral sex, anal sex, mutual masturbation, and other sexual behaviors.
Q If you answered “Yes” to the above questions, with how many different guests have you had sexual encounters with?
Q If you had more than one sexual experience with a guest while hosting, please describe up to two of the most memorable ones (using the same prompts as above).
Q In your past experiences, how often have you expected/hoped that a guest would have sex with you during their stay?
Q In your past experiences, how often have you felt that your guest was expecting/hoping to have sex with you?
Snezana Vrangalova grad, whose research delves into the world of casual relationships, explained that while a person uses a website for the sole purpose of finding sex, many other people that are on the website are looking for the same.
The main reason people go through these websites is simply for pleasure. Women much more often engage in casual sex with the intention that it will lead to a relationship. Men do it to increase or maintain their status in their peer group.”
Wow !! Couchsurfing with the hope to have sex? Humm guess cultural exchange was just the smoke screen?