Public display of affection: yay or nay? Listeners add their two cents

Public display of affection (PDA) isn't for everyone.

Couples create their own boundaries on how to express their love for one another in public, but some people seem to find PDA offensive or unnecessary.

Presenter Eusebius McKaiser asked listeners to share their opinions one being 'lovey-dovey' in public.

I used to love PDA, until I got married. It became weird.

Jesse, caller

PDA should be a good balance. People need to be conscious of how their displays of affection might impact other people. There's a line that should not be crossed.

Ronald, caller

I truly am a very affectionate person. It's part of my love language.

Dineo, producer

Take a listen and read the Twitter responses below:


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