Here’s something odd. I have purposely avoided writing about sexual topics – that I recall. Not because I have this plan to have a fluffy, cuddly site. Not because I find it distasteful (I don’t). But simply because I have no wish to write about it. Your sex life, and my sex life, is completely private and I don’t wish to inform the world about it. Just assume I’m a total stud and you won’t go far wrong.
Because I’m a sad type, I installed a plugin called WordPress.com Stats (and yes, I am well aware that this is not on WordPress.com) to see, well, stats on the site. It is written and maintained by Andy Skelton and, in line with most WordPress plugins, is easy to install/upgrade and does what it says on the tin. This plugin shows things like a pretty graph to show your hits over various time periods and what people click on.
How do these two paragraphs relate? Well I’m glad you asked. Looking at my stats, I was unsurprised to see that I have few hits. Not bothered. I’m not doing this for a living. I was, however, completely surprised to see that over the last two days 107 people have visited my site after searching for variations on the word “lesbians”. Furthermore, one of the links people click to get to my site is from lexic.us – and online dictionary and thesaurus – and is, you guessed it, “lesbians“.
It seems that because of this post, I have become a popular place to look for lesbians. Because I’m a cynical sort, I doubt that women are coming here looking for advice on coming out – there are many better places to look for advice on that issue. I just find it funny that men (and you know they are men) are looking for material for a night alone and getting to my site. So, to all you furtive visitors, welcome. Stick around, see if there’s anything you like, post a comment.
(Incidentally, I do not know the sites I linked to in the final paragraph and have no idea whether the advice they give is good or worthwhile.Â I hope it is.Â Ironically, I googled for a term and found them that way.)