and he forces his way in, who knows what could happen," said the woman, whom CBC has decided not to name out of concern for her safety. The woman lives in an apartment in Edmonton's Capilano neighbourhood, and recently a series of strange men have appeared at her home, looking for sex.In the span of four evenings, more than 30 strangers showed up unannounced.In talking about some of their customers, it becomes clear the two women have similar taste in guys. She started by asking where her new friend lived, which turned out to be very close to where Ayana lived.So she invited her back to the house (which she shared with her boyfriend) for an after work drink.
Share your stories with Wallis at [email protected] shudders with fear every time the buzzer in her apartment sounds, terrified the next stranger at the door looking for sex won't take no for an answer.
According to the research 28% of online daters said they’d been been threatened with revenge porn – where blackmailers threaten to make public racy images sent in confidence – and 12% said that they’d had suggestive, nude or semi-nude photographs posted online.
Nick Shaw, General Manager of Norton EMEA advised against sending anything explicit to avoid this.
Wallis Snowdon is a digital journalist with CBC Edmonton.
She has nearly a decade of experience reporting behind her.