Dating steve in brea
“The hottest guy from my high school slid into my Linked In DMs. For Emilia and Dave, Linked In was the first step to finding a long-term romantic relationship.
He lives in NYC too, so he reached out to me being like, ‘OMG, I heard you live here too, we should get together sometime and grab a coffee,’” she recalls. Does he actually wanna professionally connect, or is he trying to bang? As Emilia was approaching graduation from the University of Connecticut, she realized she had no idea how to get the professional experience required to qualify for an MBA program.
She took to Linked In to build her professional network, where she found Dave.
This article was later followed by her March 25 appearance in the You Tube documentary series "Real Women, Real Stories", in which she repeated these claims, adding that she believes society in general perceives ex-porn stars in a highly negative manner, specifically as morally akin to pedophiles.
“He came over for literally no reason the other night and told me everything,” she tells “We wound up going for a walk and then sitting on our apartment roof for a while.
I then get a weird message on Linked In the next day—he clearly didn’t want his wife to know he was chatting up girls.
When a site’s purpose is to offer a secure platform for strangers in the same professional fields to network and find gains in the workplace, something is intrinsically lost when those implicit boundaries are crossed.
A lack of distinction can make the platform look like “a neutral way to gauge someone’s interest,” says "Brea" (who asked that we not use her real name), 27.