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College Humor has released a suggestive "instructional video" that tries to help explain how to use Google Wave (and mocks it) with a demonstration of Google Wave cyber sex.
"Mark" and "Casey" are two people posing as "senior developers at Google Wave." Mark and Casey create a new "Wave," and Mark asks Casey, "A/S/L" while Casey demonstrates how others can watch you type, delete and retype as she lies about her age.
I'm a bloke so maybe we think differently, but a dirty book doesn't seem much different, you're still not going to meet the character in the book, and all the fantasy is in your mind. So how is it any different really to you or your partner reading and getting carried away with your mind inside a smutty book, like the 50 Shades series and similar?
I'm a bloke so maybe we think differently, but a dirty book doesn't seem much different, you're still not going to meet the character in the book, and all the fantasy is in your mind.
The only difference is that your fantasy is following what the author has written, rather than a conversation with a real person where the story develops between the two people.Because it's two people engaging and creating their own private sexual fantasy not one person reading someone else's version of it. If you've entered an exclusive relationship your body and sexual thoughts/desires should be reserved only for that person.I can't imagine anyone, bloke or bird not being upset by their partner doing this.Sent from my i Phone using Netmums You don't develop feelings for a book?Personally i couldn't cope with this and would be beyond devastated if my boyfriend did this to me. I would suggest that this would only be okay if both partners agreed to it willingly (not forced/talked round/convinced).
But in my opinion even then you are still playing with fire.