RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

I am going to say yes to that. I have many work friends on other forms of social media. If we are both on this site then I would have to assume that it would not be an issue.

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RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

While someone's initial reaction may focus on the awkwardness or fear stemming from the situation, there is one thing to focus on: both parties are nudists / naturists who are adults that clearly share the same lifestyle and values. Seeing a coworker or even your boss here, a resort or beach shouldn't be awkward. It should be a moment to bond, make a friendship that may not have otherwise formed or simply acknowledge that you both have chosen to live a more natural lifestyle. There shouldn't be any shame or embarrassment. In some ways it is similar to running into a coworker or boss in the shower room of the local gym. Neither one of you will talk about the fact that you've seen each other nude but rather the conversation would likely be about not knowing you both belonged to the same gym and your experiences there. So to answer the question, yes I would accept or send a friend request to a coworker.

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RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

Of course not. Business is Business and private life is private life

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RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

I would not. I don't accept friend requests from coworkers on any social media platform. As said earlier business and personal life does not necessarily go together.

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RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

As I've just handed in my notice at work, then no. But if I were to receive friend requests from former colleagues I'd have no issues.

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RE:Would you send/accept a friend request to someone from work?

That could be super high risk since the person may just be setting you up for compromising photos to use against you.

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