Why is it that so many Jack’d, Grindr, and A4A pages never look like the person…in person? 

Does anyone really go on such apps for conversation?

Also why do we still shame our brothers because of health status, sexual roles (esp “bottoms”) and/or femininity? 

More importantly, how do these issues affect our individual and collective mental health & wellness?

One Comment Add yours

  1. renudepride says:

    Very good and valid questions, my friend and fellow blogger. I think the reason that in reality most of the online personalities don’t look at all like the person they represent is due to the insecurity of the majority. Naked hugs!


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