WALL STREET JOURNAL - "Are We Dating the Same Guy" groups started appearing on Facebook a little over a year ago. They described themselves as safe spaces for women, meant for sounding the alarm on men "who might be liars, cheaters, abusers or toxic. The first group, founded in Mar 2022 in NYC, now has 113K members. Another, in Dallas-Fort Worth, has 120K. There are ~150 "Are We Dating the Same Guy" groups around the world. However, as these groups have grown, some members use them mainly for gossip, while others argue they have become sources of fear and controversy. Men are filing takedown requests with Meta, claiming misuse of their images and information. Some men have also created similar groups to discuss women they've dated. In 2005, Tasha Cunningham started an online forum called DontDateHimGirl.com. Members shared stories about men they’d met in bars, through friends and on early dating sites like Match.com and JDate. At its peak, DontDateHimGirl.com drew ~1M members, Cunningham said, but she decided to shutter it in 2010. There were legal threats from men, and she was trying to focus on a separate business venture.