Should address be plural because this is of course not refering to only one person but a lot of people. alot of people don't want to give out their addresses
if we think about agreement, no one is singular and so address has to be singular too?
no one wants give out their address to strangers
no one wants give out their addressess
One address per person
Ex: No one wants to give out their address to strangers.
Two or more addresses per person; e.g., work and home
Ex: No one wants to give out their addresses.
Does that help?
Note, in formal English no one takes a singular referent; i.e., hers, his; his or hers; hers or his. There's also, no one want to give out an address.