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My Instagram is about showcasing honest depictions around sex. But sex is where people bring their vulnerabilities, traumas, and emotional complexities. So when people are having sex and it gets emotionally messy, they think the relationship is wrong and project it onto the other person. Sex can create moments, whether intentionally or unintentionally, we hurt others when the person we are with is quite vulnerable.
And that hurt is then carried over into future relations and relationships that can cause hurt to others. We all have patterns that we repeat as a result of our own past trauma until we become aware of our patterns and actively work on changing our patterns.
Whether it is a one night stand or a relationship, we all bring our shame and insecurities into sex so hopefully we can move the interview sex a place where we are aware of what we bring and are actively working through it. So ultimately I am hoping to create a conversation that can create more authentic and honest relationships and that can lead to at least a little less hurt in the world.
Touched on above for why it is important. People being honest about their emotional and mental states le to better sex as well as helps break the cycle of projecting pain and passing it onto each other. I was inspired by the blog PostSecret, in which people share their secrets anonymously and heal in that process to realize they are not alone. I also volunteered for the Suicide World Health Organization for many years and I received more the interview sex from people who were lonely than who were in immediate danger to themselves.
Even in an increasingly technologically connected world, people are not creating meaningful connections with each other and are feeling isolated. At its core, sex is about connection and it is important for both our survival and mental wellbeing to healthily connect with others. Also I have had many sexual experiences in which people either openly and healthily worked out their trauma with me or subconsciously projected their pain onto me.
Do you think there is a lack of diverse representation and a lack of honest conversations around sexuality in our society? If people can see their bodies and experiences represented in sex, they can realize they are worthy and deserving and that people find them desirable. There is no singular definition of sexy and no one way to experience sex. My visual medium is a one-time instant photo.
It is important to bring real images to the real conversations as well. Also, because connection is so important, what if we started with the tough stuff?
What if you went into a sexual the interview sex honest about your trauma and even if you were with that person one night, that person was honest with you too and you could both be there for each other in the ways that you needed and genuinely connected? You have featured many inspiring stories on your. How do you get in touch with the people you interview?
For the majority, I approach strangers on the street or the bar or the park, etc. I ask them if they are willing to talk to me about their sex lives. I want to diversify the stories as much as possible. Ultimately it depends who says yes when I ask someone if I can ask them about their sex lives.
Your project is only present on Instagram. Do you consider instagram as the best way to project your voice to your audience? I am a social marketer by trade so with that, I know Instagram has the best possibility for organic growth and discoverability.
No other web presence allows for the build of genuine community like Instagram does at this time, even with the challenges Instagram brings around censoring sex, so for now, Instagram is my preferred platform. Did you ever have to face prejudices of any kind in relation to your project? Not sure if it is quite a prejudice, but there are some tough topics.
Most recently I featured a candid story from a straight male who told me he is attracted to insecure women because he is insecure. There is nothing wrong with them. It is their partner projecting their issues. And in reverse, I hope he and the interview sex like him are encouraged to self reflect after reading the reactions people had to his story and perhaps the cycle of trauma starts to weaken a bit.
How has your project evolved since its creation? It is still early, so there has not been ificant evolution yet.
But I have had moments where I see people learning things they may not have otherwise. For example, one person mentioned they should have used a condom on a dildo before pegging another person and some people did not understand why. Other community members chimed in and let people know it is because fluids can be transferred via sex toys in addition to genitals, and that was important education a person may not receive otherwise.
I want to expand demographics. Particularly I would love to visit a seniors home and profile stories from people over age What did you learn and what is sex now? Pairing instant photos with quotes from authentic conversations with people, letstalkaboutrealsex features an aesthetic in contrast with the polished and overly-posed images we usually see on Instagram.
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