So you can write your profile as a modified code, hoping other people will read it the same way and then you can have a combination of emails exchanged or messages exchanged that allows you to kind of refine where and what behavior you choose to go to and then, if you want to have that next step, you can display your face. Then the hope is that if it works, it is there, it is online and live and people will continue to use it, but the initial costs are really, really large and CBOs normally cannot afford it. Like everything on the web, there is always a very large cost to initiate something. The present analyses also compared how the scripts identified in this study for meeting partners compared with those identified in real-world environments. Rigor in feminist research. But when the Internet is used for anonymous and unprotected sex -- that touch can turn toxic. And we really ask people how they thought the Internet was affecting their sexual behaviors and to the T, almost everyone said that it has been increasing the number of partners they have and then either look at that as something really positive-that it is convenient, it is accessible, that it is sort of the greatest thing-and other people are sort of indicating some level of frustration with that, well, while they can get their physical needs met pretty easily, sometimes their unexpressed needs around intimacy might not be getting met, although that can be true in other venues as well, but I think the explosion in the number of partners people are meeting online is really changing that for some of the guys that we have been interviewing. Using the Internet to notify partners is also becoming "standard practice" in public health, according to Morin. So, it is just to think about the age and the communication and again, the difference between online and offline and how norms are changing. Individuals were asked to report the places or venues where they met their sex partners in the past 12 months. There are a variety of positive attributes to this encounter. Why would we want to repeat this same behaviour within our own community?