Just thought this was news worthy - you have to be very careful online.
(CNN) -- A California man is accused of raping a woman he met on a Christian dating website -- and police fear there may be other victims.
Sean Banks, 37, met the victim on the matchmaking website Christianmingle.com, where he went by the user name "Raritiy," La Mesa Police said in a statement.
Banks used three additional online identities -- "Rylan," "Rylan Butterwood" and "Rylan Harbough" -- and police said they are concerned "there may have been more cases with other women."
ChristianMingle touts a safety section that includes a warning to avoid contact with members who cannot take "no" for an answer.
Police: Rape suspect prowled dating site
The site is cooperating with the investigation, CNN affiliate KSWB reported.
Banks was arrested February 11 and has been booked on two rape charges in the incident as well as one count of residential burglary, police said.
He has pleaded not guilty and is free on his own recognizance after posting $500,000 bail.
BTW... I was being sarcastic...
Paraphrasing a few well-spoken, ...typed words from The Flying Atheist...
...but xians naively hope it won't happen.
Why do I say "...naively hope it won't happen"?
Because, even decades after twelve years in Catholic schools ("Thanks, Dad! NOT!!!") and quitting all religion, I remember the dogmas (original sin, etc) that blocked my attempts to build some self-esteem.
There were times when I felt safer with other Catholics.
Yeah, there were a few boys who would become gangsters or lawyers, but they were easy to avoid.
What had me worried? The unpredictable stuff that my hormones were driving me toward.
Are adult survivors of Catholic schools more horny than adult survivors of public schools?
Or is it a genetic thing?
In my transition out of religion and a former marraige I tried the christian dating sites- and the guys I got to know well enough to start forming tentative relationships with were without exception- were all kinds of messed up sexually. Take that for what it's worth, just one woman's expereince.