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By Anonymous - / Sunday 21 August 2016 09:21 / Ukraine - Kiev
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By  Dave_Davington  |  27

What did you think would happen? The whole point of Facebook is to bother your friends, family and loose acquaintances with your opinion on things. Stuff you don't want to share with others should not be on Facebook in the first place.

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By  LordVaper  |  14

And the problem is?

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  fakedsincerity  |  32

It's probably a private part of the OPs life they didn't want to share with their family.

Some people are open with stuff like that, some aren't. There isn't any shame in either.

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  Jonkbaby  |  16

I feel your pain. I liked a handful of pin-up pages and a few photos and got some texts a few days later. turns out the iPhone Facebook app puts your 'likes' in friends feeds

By  Mauskau  |  35

Facebook is nice in the sense that it tells everyone the things you don't want them to see but hides the things you do want them to see.. Btw, the pages you like and follow are visible on your profile.

By  Dave_Davington  |  27

What did you think would happen? The whole point of Facebook is to bother your friends, family and loose acquaintances with your opinion on things. Stuff you don't want to share with others should not be on Facebook in the first place.

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  B00K_L0V3R93  |  30

Not entirely true. BDSM stands for Bondage&Discipline, Domination&Submission, and Sadism&Masochism. It's a very broad fetish that involves lots of different sub-categories.

By  sanyata  |  9

While the fact that liking something now shows up in people's feeds is relatively new, they've always been able to see the pages and posts you like on your profile as far as I'm aware. If you don't want something to be public, don't put it in the public domain, like social media

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