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Do Guys Like Talking About Their Relationships Online?

Online PDA or no online PDA?
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There have already been a lot of studies made about online PDA (read: public displays of affection). Most of them say that the more you post about your relationships online, the more insecure you are because people who are confident about their relationships don't need anyone else's approval. We got a bit confused, though, because we do love reading romantic posts on our feeds; it's a break from all the bad news that keep appearing online, huhu.

So we asked two of our Candy Cuties to tell us what they think about this study. Are they okay with online PDA or not? Read what they have to say below.

"I would go for no online PDA. Just because they don't post pictures online doesn't mean they are not happy with each other. Having a more private relationship is better." —Ian Sayon
"Just the right amount of PDA. People who post a lot about their relationship online aren't necessarily insecure about their relationship; maybe they're just unaware of how others see them." —Kenzo Gutierrez

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