Jeff | March 14, 2009
When I throw into casual conversation some of the membership numbers associated with social-sexual networking web sites, some people boggle and others scoff.
“I call bullshit,” was one comment when I posted the per capita membership of Adult Friendfinder by state recently. Someone didn’t believe that 12 percent of adult Alaskans and seven percent of Americans over the age of 18 would be members of AFF.
Jeff | February 13, 2009
In a move that may have some profound implications for the world of online adult personals, SexyAds.com founders Jayce and Maureen Shaw said today that the adult dating site will shift to “fully featured adult networking.” (More)
Jeff | February 12, 2009
Not surprisingly, “cubancigar107″ is nowhere to be found on Adultfriendfinder.com today. That was allegedly the AFF user name of former Florida Republican State Rep. Gus Barreiro of Miami Beach, who was fired from his job at the state Department of Juvenile Justice in January. Investigators said yesterday that they found adult pornographic images on his state-owned laptop.
Jeff | February 11, 2009
… Not surprisingly, domain names such as sexting.com and mysexting.com have been snapped up; but so far, they’re just placeholders. I doubt it will be very long before a site launches that is devoted entirely to personal cell phone camera porn. If such a place already exists, someone point it out to me and I’ll give you a cookie.
Jeff | January 31, 2009
I was getting worked up. “MySpace is nothing, it’s vanilla ice cream. There are social networking sites out there that you’ve never heard about, where people post pictures and videos of themselves having sex, describe what they want you to do with their spouse, advertise their swinger parties. There’s a whole world of sexual networking out there that no one knows about because the prissy media lumps it all in with porn … yet there are millions of people into it. It’s like the sexual revolution of the ’60s and ’70s got … defibrulated … shocked back into life, by the Internet, in the 2000s.”
Jeff | January 16, 2009
A few years ago, I got a Yahoo instant message from a stranger, a woman … surprisingly, no a webcam girl, no sort of scam or spam involved. She’d noticed my Yahoo profile. I looked at hers. An hour later, I was in my car, en route to a memorable midnight tryst that included a blow job so completely wonderful that I had to ask her how she got so very good at it.