Many slang terms are relatively harmless in and of themselves, but certain terms should instantly put up red flags for parents. By learning our way around the tricky language of our teens we allow ourselves to not only build a stronger bond with them but also know when they’re in potential danger.
Unfortunately, some slang is specifically designed to keep parents in the dark.
Like, the morning after a Friday or Saturday night, there will be 11-1400 personal posts - and those are just the ones that haven't been taken down.
They encompass everything from missed connections to misc romance but most seek sex, NSA (no strings attached) sex.
Not everyone uses these abbreviations, but, they are a common shorthand for indicating marital status, race, sex, religion, and a few other common things.
The most prominently used ones include: S = Single D = Divorced M = Married W = Widowed (rare) J = Jewish C = Christian W = White B = Black A = Asian H = Hispanic M = Male F = Female G = Gay Bi = Bisexual Bi-Curious = Someone curious about bisexuality and thinking about giving it a try.
There are panty boys, fathers and daughters / dads and sons (not biological), bears and twinks, chubs, BBWs, people seeking to give or get roses (money) in return for sex, those into ft (full toilet) and tons of married dudes, denoted as dl or mwm, mbm, etc. drinking breast milk (and, according to profilers, serial killing, so watch out for this guy).The TLD is limited to specific higher educational institutions such as, but not limited to, trade schools and universities. S., its use was restricted in 2001 to post-secondary institutions accredited by an agency on the list of nationally recognized accrediting agencies.This domain is therefore almost exclusively used by American colleges and universities.Don't get me started with the acronyms I've learned.Besides the usual ddf, swf, swm, m4m, m4w, w4w, there's mw4mw, mw4m, m4t and any combination thereof.Such as: BOSTON SWM, 42, ISO GWM, 25-40 (Single White Male, 42 years old, living in Boston and In Search Of a Gay White Male, age 25 to 40.) Not everyone uses these abbreviations, but a lot of people do, because they make it easy for people to spot you and know if you're at least in the ballpark of what they're looking for.