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March 28, 2006

I belong to a few chat groups online, and most of them are basically sex-oriented. The people I meet there are almost invariably good people. Occasionally some flamer drops by to tell us we're all going to hell, but for the most part you find people of all ages, all sexes (there's quite a few, apparently), ethnicities and backgrounds. We argue about politics, talk about the news, trade stories about our kids and pets, and discuss anal sex and whipping and masturbating into women's underwear. Things like that.

Every so often I hear some poll talking about how prevalent sex is in our lives now. I don't doubt it. The internet has brought it all out in the open and made it entirely acceptable. I think nothing of some girl giving me her recipe for double fudge brownies one minute and then telling me how much she likes cunnilingus the next and exactly how she likes it done. I'm long past the point of salivating and rubbing myself and trying to weasel her personal information out of her. I just take it as a given, another side of her personality.

After a while you start to wonder what we ever found so shameful and threatening about this information in the first place. So she likes having her clit sucked. Fine. I like double fudge brownies. What's the difference?

This one group I belong to has get-togethers. I haven't gone to any because they've been too far away, but I hear they're great fun. I don’t know if anyone has sex, but if they do, it's done privately and discreetly. No orgies, just friends getting together to relax and have fun and talk about all that stuff, but now sex is part of it too. It makes you wonder what all the fuss was about.

Posted by rabbit at March 28, 2006 4:46 AM

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