Sex role play chat rooms
I spoke to a person — the only identifier they gave was ‘lonely’. I was confused at first but realised they wanted some sort of role-play. Was this just a gateway for them to have chat-room sex? Yet all of them wanted to talk to someone about things they didn’t feel they could discuss with the people in their own lives.
They asked that our conversation remain genderless. It was sad to think that none of them trusted the people close to them with these issues.
He wanted some advice on how to channel his anger and anxiety.
I spoke with a guy from India in his early twenties who was frustrated that he couldn’t have a relationship until he got married.
He lived in a small village and wasn’t allowed to interact with other women. I spoke with a European woman (I wasn’t sure where she was from) who was a History teacher to high school students.
She had a male best friend whom she had been close with for 15 years.
Her husband emailed her a book to read and asked her to respond with her thoughts. The last person I talked to was a young guy from Australia.
The book was about a man who left his wife to sleep around before returning to married life. He said he was doing ‘alrightish’ but didn’t want to discuss any problems, he just wanted to have a chat with someone. He wanted to know about my life, just as much as he wanted to talk to me.
My immediate reaction to these early conversations was to hypothesise that people from this demographic don’t have the real authentic conversations that women friends do.
I talked to an 18-year-old girl who worried she was pregnant, and instead of getting a pregnancy test, she wanted an opinion from me (a stranger) to decide if she was pregnant.