So you're a nudie and you're on facebook? You probably invited to super rad nudie parties and events out at your local nude beach, bar, or nudie friends' homes. You've liked at least one nudie page on joined a few nudie groups. And some of your friends or mom are probably judging you for it. Learn how to hide what you want from those you don't want to see it. Just click below - read more!
Your facebook friends, stalkers, and others can make assumptions about you just by looking at the things you like, pages you follow, or the events you're going to by looking at your Facebook. For instance, say you've just liked for 15 different nudist groups, checked in at the local nude beach, joined three naked gay dating groups, or RSVP'd to that super gay clothing optional party this weekend. Your boss might have some questions for you on monday.
Your friends may begin to wonder if you might be turning into a raging nudist weirdo based on your new likes. In reality, you were just liking the pages to get invites to the great events and meet some new people and challenge your comfort zone.
No matter what your likes are, you can choose to make them public or you can keep them all to yourself, so that you don't come home to a surprise family intervention because your aunt told your mom about the Leather Nudist Camping weekend you attended last week.
There are several types of Likes on Facebook. If you take a look at your profile, you will see at least 16 different categories: Movies, Television, Music, Books, Sports Teams, Athletes, Inspirational People, Restaurants, Games, Activities, Interests, Sports, Food, Clothing, Websites, and Other.
You can kinda control who sees what you like at the category level, but you can't hide individual things that you like. For example, you can decide to show or hide Sports Teams, but you can't hide the fact that you like an individual team.
You can choose different restrictions for each of the categories but unfortunately, as mentioned earlier, you can't hide the fact that you like individual pages. But you can follow to stay up to date on the news from that page.
When you Like a page or something similar you are automatically enrolled in following that page or movie or nudist camp, etc. So if you're trying to avoid mom seeing all the naked shit you're liking try following instead. Following allows you to get all the same information as Liking but without the unnecessary attention you don't want from a Like.
Facebook is trying to become all things and it's getting fucking annoying. But Facebook is great for events, fine. I'll give Marky Z that one. But if you want to stay in the know without looking like a total freak to grandma and your sisters. Just save that naked rave event you're dying to go to instead of trying to remember it. You'll still be able to check your Events Tab to get details and even add it to you calendar, but your little 13 year old sister won't ask you, "What's poppers?" and your life will be easier. But make sure you message the organizers to let them know you're coming even though you didn't post it on Facebook.
One final note: Facebook is famous for making sweeping changes to how your privacy settings are managed. It is a good idea to periodically check your privacy options about once a month or so to see if Mark Zuckerburg has changed anything. You can never be too safe when it comes to making sure mom doesn't see your dick pic.
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