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The Things People Should Stop Posting Online

The guys weigh in on the things we should all stop sharing on social media.
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In this where everyone can air their thoughts online any time they want, there are still some things we'd rather not see. We talked about this with two of our Candy Cuties. so we just had to ask them about the things people should stop sharing online. Hear them out below!

Gil Cuerva "Stop posting pictures of you when you're drunk. There isn't anything wrong with sharing photos from parties, but avoid posting those that would make you look too wild." —Gil Cuerva
Sean Peabody "What comes to mind is those kinds of photos where people show a lot of skin. I feel like it just pushes us to objectify people. You should like someone for their whole being and not just their looks." —Sean Peabody

Remember that what you post and don't post online relies entirely on you. Ask yourself first if you'd be comfortable seeing it a few years from now, if it offends anyone, or if it puts anyone in a bad light.

Got guy problems you want us to help you with? Let us know in the comments. We always love hearing from you. :)

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