For Women Who Want The Ballerific Life!
I was reading an article on Madam Noireand it talked about how people are swapping passwords to prove they are trustworthy:
“It’s a sign of trust,” Tiffany Carandang, a high school senior in San Francisco, told the New York Times of why she and her boyfriend decided to share passwords for e-mail and Facebook. “I have nothing to hide from him, and he has nothing to hide from me. I know he’d never do anything to hurt my reputation.”
Tiffany’s not alone in her thinking. A 2011 telephone survey by the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that 30% of teenagers who were regularly online had shared a password with a friend, boyfriend, or girlfriend. Of the 770 teenagers aged 12 to 17, girls were almost twice as likely as boys to share their information (figures).
Would you give your boo boo the passwords to your phone, and social accounts?
The second I have to do something to prove it's real, just know it ain't. That goes for him as well.
Now, I don't frantically make sure I log out all my accounts, so he could very well use my laptop and see whatever he'd like, my phones aren't locked or anything either. But, I'm not handing nobody my passwords.