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Each time it happened, I had the same terrible feeling when I realized I’d been duped. Even though he wasn’t in my area of study, he was still a senior member of my department. I set down my pen and finished the first glass of whiskey, pulling the second one closer. I didn’t examine his words closely, though, because I wasn’t interested in him romantically. It was located walking distance from campus, which is all that really matters. To myself, I thought: I was distraught about my terrible luck. “That means you are not separated, you idiot,” I spat. And then, once I’d locked the door, I started to worry about my future in my academic program. I know what lengths I would go to to protect my family. The next day, while I was out of the apartment, I got a phone call from one of my roommates. This woman came to the door with her kid.” I knew what she was going to say next.

Note: I am well-aware that dating students at my university is a bad idea.

(For what it's worth, I am not interested in meeting people more than three or four years younger than me anyway.) I'm looking for advice that goes beyond some of the more obvious points.

I already have some of my own ideas, but what are some potential pitfalls of maintaining dating app profiles? Would anyone in my department or administration have a problem with me using them if they knew?

Since it might matter, I am a 27-year-old male, and my new city is home to about 100,000 people.

On one side, folks have argued that policing relationships between graduate students and professors infantilizes graduate students. I’ve since found out that the professor slept with young female students on a regular basis.

On the other, folks have argued that the power imbalance in such relationships can blur the lines of consent. You might call it a story of blurred lines, perhaps, but the lines weren’t blurry to me. I think she wants you to call her.” I asked, “What kind of car was she driving? She didn’t know what I looked like, and I didn’t know what she looked like. I know of two young women from that one year alone.During the final months of my academic program, my serious boyfriend and I broke up. I was focusing on my work, not on anyone else’s feelings. I write novels now, but I didn’t know then that I could. And I sat alone at the bar, writing my novel and drinking Wild Turkey. If this story were set in Baltimore, the area is Charles Village or Homewood; if this story were set in Durham, the area is Trinity Park; if this story were set in Greensboro, the area is College Park; if this story were set in Chapel Hill, the area is Westwood or Cameron-Mc Cauley. Every college town has its just off-campus neighborhoods, its apartments where students cram themselves tight to save money on expenses and, perhaps, to stave off loneliness. So the professor and I sat in my living room and talked. After about twenty minutes, he jumped to his feet and ran to the far side of the room. One of the professor’s students had seen him leave the school event with me. Every Tuesday afternoon, the students in my program had a standing get-together at a cafe near campus. They were looking to flirt, to feel young again, to get the student gossip. I thought I needed a “real job.” I thought there was such a thing as a “real job.” So I’d chosen a track that was more practical. One Tuesday, a professor sat down next to me at the bar. “Whatever she’s having.” The bartender poured the Turkey, neat. One night, after a departmental event, the professor invited himself back to the apartment. The student had called his wife at home and told her where he’d gone. In other words, there is nothing about being a professor that disqualifies one from using dating apps (or that makes one a special kind of human being in any other way, contrary to what seems to be the popular belief on this site at least).The only pitfall I can think of is mild embarrassment, but that's true for everyone using these apps whether they are a professor or not.At the moment there is much debate about the sexual harassment of graduate students by university professors.

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