My sex posts get more views than any other post, but the fewest comments.
Now what does that tell you?
Well, it shows me that whilst people are interested in the topic of female masturbation, they aren't quite willing to admit it. It's a topic of interest, but not necessarily a topic of discussion.
Here are just a few (surprising) facts about masturbation:
Now this comment really depressed me. Not because she didn't like my post, but because this girl had such a strongly negative reaction to something that is completely normal. I have but one question for this girl: if you don't even know how to please yourself, then how on earth do you expect someone else to?
I also got a tweet from an utter moron which went something like this: 'Oh you're SO quirky. Why don't you start a blog about loving cock?!' Other than being an absolute genius when it comes to sarcasm, this guy seems to have completely missed the point. Perhaps he's only ever been with girls that shy away from his (probably gangrene) penis. Perhaps he's never encountered a girl who actually enjoys sex. But most likely, he's done what a lot of other people have done - he's turned a perfectly normal and healthy sexual appetite into something deviant and pathetic.
Sure, I was apprehensive about writing my first ever sex post, but after I reminded myself that it's just another piece of content, I got over that pretty quickly. And, the UK sex toy industry is now worth more than £100 million. And 75% of those customers are women. So I'm not the only one. And judging from my stats, I'm certainly not the only one interested in the topic, either.
Not everyone likes to talk about sex (particularly masturbation), but everyone is intrigued, one way or another. And curiosity is good. It means you try new things, and so what if you don't like it - at least you've been open-minded and given it a go.
I hope that I'm able to give all of you honest, candid and friendly reviews. Reviews that you can read anonymously for advice and recommendations. I don't think that we should all become sex-mad, telling every Tom, Dick *snigger*, and Harry about our latest sexual conquest or favourite type of dildo. A little bit of mystery is often a good thing. But I don't appreciate people attacking my strong sense of sexuality, trying to project their own sexual insecurities onto me and my readers.
So, if you're reading this covertly, embarrassed that a friend/partner/colleague/parent might accidentally see what you're reading, just remember you're one of millions.