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The book was about a man who left his wife to sleep around before returning to married life. He said he was doing ‘alrightish’ but didn’t want to discuss any problems, he just wanted to have a chat with someone. He wanted to know about my life, just as much as he wanted to talk to me.
She wondered if he was trying to insinuate that he similarly had many sexual relationships with other women during their separation and now wanted to resume their relationship. It was striking how different all the people I talked to were.
She told me she had used a condom with her boyfriend three weeks ago but her period was late and was experiencing nausea and a range of other symptoms.
She was religious and both her and her boyfriend wanted to wait until marriage but they kept having ‘slips’. I talked to a guy who was in his final year of high school.
I found a website where you can nominate to either be a ‘listener’ or a ‘venter’.
Each person who went on the site was given a pseudonym that was randomly generated. I thought it would take a lot of small talk to discover what people were really looking to vent about. Each conversation I had began with the venter beginning with, It was refreshing to talk so openly and honestly with people, even if I didn’t know the full story.
That has always been a dangerous statement to make. That you are lonely and have no friends and have to resort to talking with strangers on the internet.
His girlfriend of two years was immensely jealous of their relationship and wouldn’t let them spend much time together. But I realised quickly how much this person was craving intimacy.But I soon realised that there were more people on this website than the first three young guys I talked to. I talked to a US man struggling with severe medical symptoms that made life almost impossible.It wasn’t just college guys who struggled with opening up to their friends. He hadn’t seen a doctor despite the debilitating effect it was having on his life because he couldn’t afford the medical bills.To be honest I don’t know for sure that any of them were white but all the conversations I had were very #whiteboyproblems.There was nothing revolutionary about any of these conversations. The typical indie movie story where an outsider white guy has no real connections and overthinks everything.