Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.‘Internet child sex offenders use a mixture of new and old technologies to abuse children.’KEY PRACTITIONER MESSAGES: Internet child sex offenders use a variety of commonly available technologies, such as social networking sites and peer-to-peer platforms, to abuse children.
Offenders are a diverse group when it comes to how they perceive risk and act on those perceptions.
Yet I felt I would implode if I didn't immediately talk to someone neutral and anonymous. I'm not sure why I didn't call a counselor during regular business hours; it wasn't as if the trouble happened only that one night, without warning. If you're a regular Sex Drive reader, you know I'm not shy (although I'll admit this is not the easiest lede I've ever written).
And you've probably figured out that I see strength in reaching for connection and help in painful times. The wee hours are when we are too tired to filter ourselves, when we are most vulnerable to dropping our shields and exposing our rawest truths – which so often, and I dare you to prove otherwise, revolve around love and sex.
To explore the relationship between hormones and communication decisions, she looked at what people talked about during PCTI as well as ‘one important variable [that] was likely influencing this whole process – orgasm.’ Both men and women experience a post-climax oxytocin surge but testosterone is believed to dampen the effects so that men typically fell less warm and fuzzy after sex.
That's when you start planning to meet in person.The Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Connecticut, became interested in investigating the role of pillow talk in relationships as people have such different experiences of it.Many people said they open up about their feelings to a partner after sex regardless of the length of a relationship – a time period described as the post-coital time interval (PCTI) by researchers Daniel Kruger and Susan Hughes.‘Why were some people sharing their innermost feelings, even when they knew the relationship had not yet reached that level?What effects would these post-coital disclosures have on relationship satisfaction?’ Professor Denes wrote in an article for the university.