There are sites covering virtually every topic and offering advice or information on almost any problem you may have.
There are even sites for individuals who can identify with each other on religious grounds or ethical issues.
But even now people still aren’t open about sex, and this is particularly true if you have a disability or your child does.
I see growing up and the ‘sex talk’ happening in stages.
It provides them with a variety of individuals with whom they can share thoughts and feelings about various issues, and possibly devise coping strategies in times of stress.
When you finally get the thumps up, that’s when you get told about condoms and birth control.These sites provide them the ability to start out as two normal individuals, exploring the fun aspects of online dating and flirting, in a safe and non-threatening environment.It starts with the byline, "there are 80 adult members whispering online now", which imparts a delightful feeling of wanting to share the secret!Similarly people with disabilities, either mental or physical impairments, have special sites, which cater specifically to them.They have topics of interest to this special group, forums for discussion and the chance to interact with individuals with similar problems and faced with the same challenges.