Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets" /(Wikipedia). It is used by millions of people every day who want to share their thoughts, media, and content with others. Twitter has become a great site for businesses to gain more customers and for creatives such as musicians, artists, dancers, and actors to get "discovered" and have their career take off. Many sex workers run both a business and are creatives, so is this site any good for them? This review is based on a scale of five points: Security, censorship, traffic, payout, and tech.
“I love this pussy”, my man says to me, “Oh god, I love this pussy!”
In 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began a study about intimate partner violence (IPV). This study is called the Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS), in which researchers found that about 1 in 4 female respondents and 1 in 10 male respondents reported having experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetime. What is intimate partner violence? If you’ve ever heard of domestic violence (DV), that is intimate partner violence that occurs within a household or family. Intimate partner violence is when a person is being physically, sexually, verbally, or emotionally abused by a current or former romantic partner. Intimate partner violence is a serious public health concern, as its prevalence is alarming. Abusive behaviors between romantic partners are often overlooked or viewed as a social norm. Many may see someone being victimized by their partner but are hesitant to intervene. There is a lot of misinformation and misconceptions about intimate partner violence, and there are a few that will be highlighted in this article.
“You are so fucking sexy.”
“What’s going on here?” My husband says as he opens the patio door and steps outside. My face must be beet red right now. I get up and walk towards my husband; naked, with my cum dripping down one of my legs. “Hi honey, you’re home early…” His eyes keep shifting back and forth between looking at me standing there naked in front of him, and the UPS man still holding my vibrator with a flushed look on his face. I don’t even know the man’s name. My husband begins to speak and looks down at the ground. “Is it something I did?”, he asks me. “No! Of course not, honey!” I quickly reply. “You’re perfect and I love you so much, it’s just that… I get so lonely sometimes and we rarely ever get physically intimate anymore… I thought I was the one doing something wrong in the relationship.” My husband looks up at me with sad eyes. I thought he would be more angry than sad.