After class one of my conservative classmates told her prayer group that I wasn't a virgin, and one of their representatives told me they were praying for me. I reported the incident to my teacher, but he said since he didn't witness the telling he can't do anything about it. I think he's taking this stance because he disapproves of me not being a virgin. I am 18 and was stupid enough to believe his ""safe space"" rule.
Should I bother telling an administrator, or am I setting myself up for more judgment. You've just learned a good lesson that when you reveal private information in a public place, no matter how ""safe,"" you don't control it anymore. I can understand what your classmate said about blabbing and praying was upsetting, but this is something you need to shrug off.
If your classmate brings telegraph dating phone number up again, you can tell her that you think God has better things to do than intervene in your sex life. Seriously, you never once questioned why your parents refused to pay for your sister's college education while paying yours without question.
I found that most of the profiles were looking for a slave as well, or maybe needed the assistance of a mail order bride service. Others were upfront expressed they had telegraph dating phone number burned by the ex, so I avoided joining for that reason. The whole double life, having online affairs and folks looking for revenge sex was not my interest as I am too Catholic for that drama. One should spend more time in the stirrups on the horse than in the clinical setting. This gentleman, seemed honest, had established balance between the demands of work and life, practised the faith, and was not pushy.
This was the influence that I felt would also be a role model for myself as I had left a toxic employer full of toxic employees.
What seemed like a soul mate encounter turned dark very fast, as I had been applying for employment everywhere, when we met I was upfront about this situation thinking he was understanding and still seemed interesting in getting to know me. There are some of us there who are honest, practise the faith, and unfortunately for the sake of your convenience have to relocate for employment.