I'm currently considering visiting the US to visit a couple of online friends.
I'm not worried about safety--I've hung out with one of them in Portugal and everything was perfectly fine and I've videod with the other one a lot and we have each other's social media stuff and a lot of personal details, so everything is good on that point.
The current plan is to stay at their houses most of the time and a few days in the city itself to be close to all tourist-y things.
A bit of personal info: I'm Portuguese, white, female, late twenties, full-time job, I'll using the Visa Waiver Program, flying for tourism (about two weeks) and with an already purchased return ticket. No criminal record, never been to the USA so I've never overstayed my stay, everything is good to go on that. We're all girls, if it matters. However, I've learned that border control asks a lot of questions and I'm afraid that me being a female travelling alone to meet online friends will raise a few flags. Should I be worried about anything and potentially being denied entry? It takes a bit more than just some change to cross the ocean and I like my privacy too much to be comfortable with getting my phone searched.
Another potential problem is that I traveled to Morocco in the past year (just for about two weeks, solely for tourist purposes), which is a Muslim country. It's not on one of the banned list, but should I still be worried?
Thank you in advance!