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Has anybody seen this? It seems to be a great initiative;
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Basically, this campaign is aimed at ladies and members of the LGBT community and revolves around the idea that, should a date/meeting/hook-up start to get unsafe in any way, you can approach the venue's staff and ask if "Angela is in tonight?" or similar and they will immediately take steps to ensure your safety. It started in Lincolnshire, but is now nationwide. More details here
 

Ahabs

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If so many people have heard of this, why hasn't it been shared before here? Surely this is the ideal platform for so?
Anyway, those close to me know my take on safety so this is a superb thing for everyone really.
Just a random guess, they way its worded can lend itself to more vanilla/non-swing one-2-one pub style meets (usually between a guy and a girl) whereas with most swing meets its either a social with a reasonably large group of people (usually 4 or more, mix of couples, guys and girls) so usually safe, or more private meets (At home) where there;s no "bar staff" to talk to.

But that's just a guess: In most cases if a guy and a girl met at a public neutral space, like a club, it would probably be a swing club so they;d just tell a staff member "this person is bothering me" with no use of any code.
 

Ahabs

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Just seen this thought it might be usefull even if only to tell the younger females in your family's
So here's the thing, I like this idea, completely agree. But, how is this different from Uber, which surprisingly has garnered much unfortunate (and possibly false) publicity as the worst cab service and completely unsafe for female passengers.

Stories of women being assaulted, to the point Uber risks losing its license in multiple cities. And this, with a system the passenger receives the driver's details (car make, model, colour, reg, driver name, photo and service rating) all ahead of accepting the ride, all to your phone and copied to your email.

And yet people claiming black cabs and mini cab services (which you don't get those details) are allegedly safer. Makes me wonder.
 

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Has anybody seen this? It seems to be a great initiative;
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Basically, this campaign is aimed at ladies and members of the LGBT community and revolves around the idea that, should a date/meeting/hook-up start to get unsafe in any way, you can approach the venue's staff and ask if "Angela is in tonight?" or similar and they will immediately take steps to ensure your safety. It started in Lincolnshire, but is now nationwide. More details here
Great ideal 👍🏻
 
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