I was in the bathtub, helpless to a steady stream of warm water cascading down my lady parts, while the most intoxicating buildup brought me to my first orgasm.
I didn’t know what I stumbled upon, only that it felt scary and wrong, but I tried not to care. Dredging through the book “Treasure Island” in seventh grade, I told myself I was allowed to masturbate to orgasm at the end of each chapter so I could finish by the due date.
No longer would I be crushed out on Eddie Vedder or Chris Cornell. There are 34 chapters in that book and, having made that deal, I breezed through them over the course of a few blissed out days.
As a parent or carer it’s important to understand how your teen communicates with others online.
It can be difficult to know what technology is out there as new apps and functions pop up daily and young people seem to know how it works inside and out very quickly.
While it is not unusual for teens to make many online friends whom they don’t know in real life (IRL), e.g.