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Especially since it often feels there’s just no way to know for certain who could end up with that information. — has a fun trove of data on the sexual preferences of many of my classmates … Which was something I and the other members of the class of 2014 learned firsthand.
But it turns out that “Modern Love” columns are quite innocent in another sense: they average only half a kiss per column, and the majority of the columns never explicitly mention “sex” at all.(Deadly diseases and trips to the emergency room are recurring features.) And the columns are disproportionately written by professional writers, which means the stories are evenly paced, and cleanly structured, in a way that love often isn’t.Still, the column can reveal a lot about our cultural attitudes toward romance and heartbreak.Don’t tell Facebook whom you want to have sex with. This feature is available in places like Malaysia where anti-sodomy laws have been in place for decades and punishments can include up to 20 years’ imprisonment and whippings.Which is to say places where you don’t want to play fast and loose with personal data.