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She told me she had used a condom with her boyfriend three weeks ago but her period was late and was experiencing nausea and a range of other symptoms.
Each person who went on the site was given a pseudonym that was randomly generated. I thought it would take a lot of small talk to discover what people were really looking to vent about. Each conversation I had began with the venter beginning with, It was refreshing to talk so openly and honestly with people, even if I didn’t know the full story.But I soon realised that there were more people on this website than the first three young guys I talked to. I talked to a US man struggling with severe medical symptoms that made life almost impossible.It wasn’t just college guys who struggled with opening up to their friends. He hadn’t seen a doctor despite the debilitating effect it was having on his life because he couldn’t afford the medical bills.He had just been diagnosed with ADHD, along with a previous diagnosis of depression and anxiety.He felt relieved that there was a medical reason he was struggling with procrastination, despite his high intellectual abilities, but was worried about what it would mean for his future.I spoke with a guy from India in his early twenties who was frustrated that he couldn’t have a relationship until he got married.
He lived in a small village and wasn’t allowed to interact with other women. I spoke with a European woman (I wasn’t sure where she was from) who was a History teacher to high school students.
I decided to go on a quest to discover what people were really wanting to talk about online and how much we are willing to divulge to strangers.
Strangely enough, it all went down very differently to how I’d imagined.
My immediate reaction to these early conversations was to hypothesise that people from this demographic don’t have the real authentic conversations that women friends do.
Most of these guys would have benefitted from just having one real life person that they could talk to about everything — even the small things ().
To be honest I don’t know for sure that any of them were white but all the conversations I had were very #whiteboyproblems.