Ethical dating sites uk

Although broad in scope, is a dating site looking to connect couples with shared ethical interests, whether its veganism, human-rights, or reducing their carbon footprint.

This happened several times within a two week period.

I was very stirred up as a result of seeing that my therapist had viewed my profile, and so I brought this up with my therapist via email, who then claimed (via a lengthy email response — that I was charged for, incidentally!

) that it was not she who looked up my profile (and that she has never and would never look at it), but rather was likely to be a friend that she had loaned her account to, for the purpose of viewing/contacting other profile holders.

I can hardly believe this explanation and can’t imagine it isn’t an ethical issue in itself to casually loan one’s dating profile account to friends, when you know your patients use this dating website and might in fact be contacted by your friends.

As a part of signing up for the service, you have to specify your ethical interest and state your favorite charity.

You also have the option of specifying your sexual orientation, which means straight, gay, lesbian, and bisexual singles are all welcome.

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Additionally, would it be ethical for a psychologist to view a patient’s dating profile (considering the context and possible implications)? I became aware of it because a particular dating site I use allows me to see who has viewed my profile.

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