Facebook I feel is like the Great Divide – it attracts keyboard warriors, paranoia, unpleasantness, misunderstood comments, bullying, victimisation, sadness/sorrow, rudeness, jealousy and adultery – but on the flip side it also brings joy, happiness, contact with friends and family, rekindling of long lost love and friendships, knowledge/education, fun, laughter, lots of trivia, some profundness, and networking 🙂
I love Facebook as it is so many things – but I don’t enjoy the darker side of it.. From time to time I have had my moments on there – when I guess I have been a little opinionated (something I was not aware I was until recently!) but as a close friend pointed out I am opinionated in a good way – when I see an injustice – or misinformation being spread around the internet, or when I know 100% I am right LOL. but them I realised we are all opinionated after all are we not?
Someone today has made a passing comment that they weren’t sure it was proper or right for a woman to write adult erotica – I was a little agog at this – surely anyone can write about any topic they wish – so then this got me musing – is there a stigma attached to women writing adult erotica or other genres? I would have thought that we were just as capable if not more so to write about sex and its complications 🙂
So I went for a browse round the internet and can up with a few other blogs and viewpoints….
Popsugar wrote about the new Editor of the Erotic Review magazine and her opinion that men write better sex..
Author Martin Amis believes women do write better sex…
So it seems the world is still divided on that score!