We hate to admit it, but relationships are transactional.
Have you ever been called ‘kinky’ before and wondered what exactly you did to earn this title?
My last partner followed me on social media.
If you have an active social media account & consume pornography, then you’ve come across ‘freak accounts’, a subset of users who generate and consume amateur pornography. It has become such an integral part of how we engage sex helping to dispel the many harmful stereotypes that scripted pornography has indoctrinated into our psyches. Amateur pornography is ‘organic’ sex and very important for our sex lives.
Feminist and queer spaces have been having a long and difficult conversation around the institution of marriage. One of the reasons was the ‘sudden’ coming out of British television presenter Phillip Schofield, after 27 years of marriage to a cis straight woman. Much of the commentary that has followed his coming out praised Schofield for his bravery to come out and offered support as he leaves his marriage and focuses on living publicly as a gay man.
The internet has made it increasingly easy to engage in casual sex. It has made our options limitless and created multiple channels through which we can initiate contact with complete strangers and power through the cycle from the first contact to sexual intercourse. What the internet doesn’t prepare you for is the etiquette around casual sex.