Don’t always expect the world to hand you things for free. Lydia learned this the hard way when she asked a ‘Tech Advice Professional’ for help and instead got some pervy messages asking her about her sexuality.  

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    He later delivered this statement to Mashable:

    “In the end I didn’t say much else because I found out that it wasn’t appropriate to ask her even though she said she was open,” he said. “The digital and text word can be misunderstood” but if “this was said in person it wouldn’t have been a big deal,” he added

    “Richard Branson said all publicity is good publicity so I’m glad she’s spreading my brand around. I haven’t committed a crime here,” he continued. Asked if he could see how his messages could be perceived as inappropriate, he said: “Sure it’s inappropriate if she doesn’t admit “yes” to being sexually open.”


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