Seeking reassurance, sharing too much and penis beaker

Penis Beaker (maybe)

Penis Beaker (maybe)

I have to say, I feel sorry for Sara Crewe to an extent. People take to sites such as Mumsnet to discuss many different personal topics and overwhelmingly to seek reassurance. The poor woman and – let’s not forget – her poor husband are now, at best, being judged as having slightly unusual post-coital behaviour and at worst are being completely ridiculed after she posted about their dedicated post-sex cleanup area on their bedside table. This included: a box of tissues, a small bin and a beaker of clean water for temporary cleaning/dunking while she is in the bathroom.

I personally think people (myself included) now share too much with too many. I completely understand why a person would go onto the Mumsnet forum to ask questions about whether their baby’s/child’s sleeping, eating, behavioural habits are normal; to maybe gather others’ opinions about the best way to deal with a particular issue they are experiencing and to have a bit of a chat: that’s the point of them. However, to get the general consensus on whether something constitutes ‘normal’ bedroom behaviour is taking it too far in my opinion. Isn’t that what best friends are for? Perhaps not…

In my mind Sara did share too much – the thread itself was titled: Do you dunk your penis? However, in her defence, never in her wildest dreams could she have imagined that the thread would go viral and that national newspapers would be running stories on it.


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