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Sometimes I find it difficult to comprehend the sheer level of stupidity within the common woman, and how easy it is to be manipulated by a disgusting degenerate freak. This British man convinced this girl that he was a Mormon, luring her out of Canada to meet him in England. This young, Christian girl named Ashley Wadsworth was found stabbed to death, the 23-year-old Englishman Jack Sepple.

The couple had reportedly met through an online dating app, and decided to further the relationship, culminating in Wadsworth flying to the UK. She had stated that she wanted to “escape small town life.”

She flew to the UK on November 12, 2021, and was scheduled to be back in Canada to visit her family this week.

“We are just remembering how strong, smart and witty Ashleigh was – how kind she was and how she was always 10 steps ahead of all of us,” Wadsworth’s stepmother, Charmaine, told the press in an interview.

“She will be dearly missed by each and every one of us.”

Daniel Seaman, who knew Wadsworth through their mutual affiliation with the Church of Latter-day Saints, called her a “woman of great faith,” and further iterated that she “even wanted to share her faith her her boyfriend.”

Where do I even start with this. We should ban online dating, and women should not be allowed access to the internet. I think generally that’s the starting point. You’d think that a 19-year-old girl has the knowledge not to leave the country to meet an online boyfriend, especially one with the physiognomy of this Jack Sepple. The idea that a large-nosed man with a crooked smile, gross-looking skin and a neck tattoo is dangerous should come naturally, it shouldn’t have to be found out when you’re dead. This man clearly, a Mormon of great faith.

Online dating is terrifying, and the fact that it has been normalized to such a degree is so disturbing to me. I’ve heard horror story after horror story, the fact that you can go onto an app and instantly connect to someone without actually meeting them easily leads to serial murder and rape. In fact it is such a common phenomenon that it shows up in tabloid top ten lists.

“As investigators continued to probe into Drayton’s past, they started to suspect he was connected to a string of Tinder and rideshare-related sexual assaults and murders. A month prior the alleged murder of Stewart, New York detectives were looking into a Brooklyn woman’s report that he raped and choked her after a Tinder date. 

According to prosecutors, following his July arrest, Drayton confessed to killing six more victims. Reportedly, two murders took place in Conncticut, one in the Bronx, another in Suffolk County, one in either Nassau County or Queens, and potentially one more in California. It is unclear whether or not Drayton’s confession was true or not. 

Drayton has five prior arrests in Connecticut, including a 2011 arrest for strangulation.”

“26-year-old Francia Ruth Ibarra met Emmanuel Delani Valdez  Bocangegra, also 26, through Tinder. The two had gone on several dates, but during their last meetup on December 3, 2016, Ibarra went missing. Police went to Bocangegra’s Mexico City home to question him regarding Ibarra’s disappearance, where they discovered human bones in a garbage bag.

The police believe that Ibarra may have turned down Bocangegra’s sexual advances, which caused him to murder her and dissolve her body in hydrochloric acid. He then left the bones on the balcony of his apartment. An emotionless Bocangegra was later arrested for the murder.”

A 26-year-old Ghanaian man named Augustine (the last name not released) had come to Melbourne, Australia a few months before when he met three local women on Tinder. The women asked Augustine if he could give them a ride, and he agreed to assist them. Augustine picked up the women on August 26, 2017, and gave them a ride from Richmond to Sunshine. Once they arrived, the three women demanded his car keys and then proceeded to stab him, leaving him for dead while taking his car.

Augustine, with stab wounds to his head and chest, managed to get the attention of residents who called for help. The man received surgery in a hospital and is recovering from the stabbing. There is no word on whether the suspects were arrested for the stabbing and burglary

The fact that people don’t immediately think of online dating and thing “this is a terrible idea” after all that it has led to is truly concerning to me. Women are simply gullible. They can easily be swayed by “I’m different” when all guys with the level of sexual drive to persist in online dating care about simply one thing; coom.

“A study of over 1,000 online daters in the US and UK conducted by global research agency OpinionMatters founds some very interesting statistics. A total of 53% of US participants admitted to having lied in their online dating profile. Women apparently lied more than men, with the most common dishonesties being about looks. Over 20% of women posted photos of their younger selves. But men were only marginally better. Their most common lies were about their financial situation, specifically about having a better job (financially) than they actually do. More than 40% of men indicated that they did this, but the tactic was also employed by nearly a third of women…

…According to research conducted at Michigan State University, relationships that start out online are 28% more likely to break down in their first year than relationships where the couples first met face-to-face…

…According to the Association for Psychological Science, reviewing multiple candidates causes people to be more judgmental and inclined to dismiss a not-quite-perfect candidate than they otherwise would be in a face-to-face meeting.”

The atomization and hypersexualizing of our people is truly destructive. If Ashley Wadsworth was banned from the internet she’d be alive right now.

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