"Defending the educational potential of the online discussions, some post authors emphasized their lack of exposure to sexual education earlier in their lives due to the sociocultural and historical circumstances in which they grew up."For some, sex was something they were never allowed to ask about; for others, it was a subject they now felt shame in bringing up, due to the pervasive belief, even among medical professionals, that sex should somehow stop mattering to someone past a certain age.
Every new encounter (more or less cheeky) makes me feel overwhelmed with joy. To me, it is now obvious that cheating is part of my life balance. And perhaps more importantly, these conservations mattered in the offline world too."Thanks to this forum I came to realization that there is nothing wrong in seeking sexual fulﬁllment at older age," one such poster remarked.And though there were certainly those who objected to the very idea of talking about sex publicly, the conservations that occurred in these threads were usually equal parts enlightening and hilarious.
"Despite (or maybe because of) the debate regarding the legitimacy of the online sex-related discussions, one of their main characteristics was frequent commenting about the discussions’ role as a sphere for consultation and intellectual dialogue," the authors wrote.
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