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If you’ve got some too-hot-for-Facebook tales to share, this might be the app for you.
The first rule of fooling around is that nobody ever wants to hear about your sex life. But when it’s a new partner you’ve entangled within your sheets, common decency demands that you tell, tell, tell!
Fortunately, there’s an app for that.
Introducing BootyLog, the first social network designed to ensure you’ll kiss and tell. The app, which comes via birth control support network Bedsider, spotlights the various synopses that come with bedtime fun, ranging in genre from “Naughty” to “Intense” to “Adventurous” to, unfortunately, “Awkward,” and giving users a few lines of space to editorialize.
That’s sort of the whole gist of this thing. You can follow people and have them follow back, but it’s almost entirely anonymous individuals operating these accounts, and it’s quite possible they’re not even real. (A quick scan of active users pulls up SecretSexy, Pull_My_Hair, and ForbiddenVixxen.)
That’s all to say that it’s not that likely you’ll become privy to the intimate details of your roommate’s latest romp. More likely, you’re tuning into the sex scenes of a spammer.
Not to mention that sometimes they’re not too fun to read at all.
Photo via Simple Seduction/Facebook
Chase Hoffberger reported on YouTube, web culture, and crime for the Daily Dot until 2013, when he joined the Austin Chronicle. Until late 2018, he served as that paper’s news editor and reported on criminal justice and politics.