How to ‘play it safe’ on Tinder, says Tinder CEO

What to do if you’re caught cheating on your Tinder date?

We’ve all been there.

A woman, for example, goes on a Tinder date, but gets drunk and falls asleep.

If you’re on Tinder with a guy who’s a bit more sober, but you’re still having a bad time, he can probably give you the creeps and flirt with you as long as you don’t let him touch you.

But what if the guy you’re going out with has the hots for you?

Or what if he’s just a little too drunk to understand what you want to do?

The problem is, there’s no way to know.

The reality is, if you don: • You’re more likely to be sexually assaulted or raped • Your sexual partner may be able to use Tinder to find you out • Your dating history could show you are prone to having a low self-esteem You should never use Tinder for sexual purposes, or to meet someone new.

There are plenty of safe dating apps, but if you find yourself on one of them, you should also consider the following tips: • Don’t share your date’s phone number with anyone • Keep it simple and remember the basics • If you think you’re about to be assaulted or rape, tell a trusted friend or someone with a history of being assaulted or abused.

• If your date is drunk and doesn’t want to share his number with you, call a trusted person and tell them you don´t want to have sex.

• You may also want to make sure you have the same friends as your date.

If he has more than one person who can tell you about their sexual history, you might want to limit that to two people.

Don’t forget to keep your date safe, but don’t give up your privacy.