But when we spoke to both male and female Linked In users who claimed they had been approached on the site, most of them also expressed that they no longer saw it as a safe space devoid of sexual tension.
Which is fair: Once the line between what Linked In is designed for (professional networking) and what some people seem to be using it for (dating) becomes blurred, things can get pretty complicated.
I am afraid signing up for a dating site is an admission that I could not meet a girl and attract her on my own.
However, plenty of people have trouble meeting that special someone.
These days, with the rise of social networking, it's more accepted.But perhaps after a few dates that grow out of an online setup, that story happens.Finally, even though people are on the site to date, what are their ultimate intentions? Such might be the case with Linked In—which, at over 450 million members, is the world’s largest professional networking site.Though its intended purpose is to help users keep tabs on their career connections and facilitate networking with people in their field, over the last few years it has, for some users, also become a place to troll for dates.