5 tips for safer online dating

Action Fraud and the City of London Police have launched a new initiative that aims to separate cybercrime and fraud facts from fiction. Dubbed “Urban Fraud Myths,” the thirteen day campaign kicked off with a look at online dating, a crime which swindled 3543 Brits out of £33.65 million ($51 million)…

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Forced to flee, forced to wed

Every year, about 15 million girls are forced into marriage by their parents, often as young as eight or 10 years old. Often, they are sexually or physically abused. Many die in childbirth, their bodies too young to handle the stress of pregnancy and birth. And at current rates, about 1.2 billion…

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Group Aiming to Change GOP’s Anti-Gay-Marriage Platform Plank Expands

Nine months be­fore the GOP con­ven­tion in Clev­e­land, a well-fun­ded ef­fort to change the Re­pub­lic­an Party’s of­fi­cial op­pos­i­tion to gay mar­riage is get­ting big-money back­ing and vastly ex­pand­ing its scope, hope­ful that the Su­preme Court’s re­cent de­cision to leg­al­ize same-sex mar­riage will push con­ser­vat­ives to aban­don a plat­form plank they…

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6 Crucial Tips for Anyone Using Dating Apps to Find Love

We all love apps that keep us connected or entertained—I personally credit the Podcast app for getting me through my morning commute—and thanks to applications like Tinder, your smartphone is now the ultimate wingwoman. But the world of online dating apps can be a tricky, overwhelming place to navigate. And let’s be real: You’re practically guaranteed…

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