As moore and more states and countries are legalizing gay marriage, as more and more people are exploring and appreciating their own unique sexualities more publicly and honestly, as more and more people are getting comfortable pursuing their alternative lifestyles and fantasies, (despite family norms), then more and more adults, artists and adult entertainers require more and more places on the internet to socialize, get their perv on, connect with others, and in some cases, earn a living.
A small group of us (artists in adult friendly entertainment) joined forces and made the decision to take a road trip to Vegas for the Adult Entertainment Expo. I’m so freaking excited I can hardly wait to go. We’ve wanted to go for years. We love to check new things out!
Never before will I have found myself in a gathering of people at this magnitude in the adult world. Porn Stars, Cam Models, Erotic and Fetish Artists, Novelty Item Creators, CMS experts, Content Studios, and more. I can only imagine that the crew we are attending with, who happen to be very skilled festival goers = very social, great with people, like to meet new people, have fun, and follow the flow of spontaneous adventures, will get ourselves into. I’m really looking forward to seeing what comes out of crossing paths with so many adults, artists, and entertainers in the adult entertainment industry.
The Adult world is a pretty spectacular wonderland to be a part of. Especially when one can take the time to appreciate the healthy and positive side effects of what nurturing a healthy sexuality can do for ones sanity and vitality.
The Future of Social Media for Adults
Adults want Fantasy, Information, Intimacy, Connection, Socialization, Knowledge, & Entertainment.
It’s important for everyone to remember that sex and sexuality are not a bad thing. We have the social skills, access to community, and access to education to enjoy our sexuality with considerate and positive explorations. We have the opportunities to talk, to listen, to be present, to be heard, to reflect upon, and to nurture that what compels us to connect with other consenting beings.
Many of our social norms (family, friends, alumni, coworkers, etc.) can limit our explorations, growth, and pursuit of creative sexual bliss. Not necessarily intentionally. They are there to provide their own social ideals and community belongings. It’s all good! Let us realize that our sexual natures will be better nurtured in other community social type settings. We need an outlet where we can see deeper into our own sexuality, fantasies, etc. Outside of these familiar, non sexual, conditionings.
It’s important to learn how to establish boundaries with your family, friends, alumni, and peers. This makes it possible to create an opportunity to open up, attract and get to know other pervy, kinky, open minded, naughty (non friend zone) playmates. Nurturing your secret garden is a vital part of our sexual evolutions.
At some point in our day or week adults feel the desire to connect, to be intimate, to get off: with our self, our partner(s) or with a muse. Wether it’s sharing a photo or video from a recent sexual exploration, sexpressing LIVE via web cam, watching Porn, discussing something new: a new toy, a new sexual position, or fantasize about a new partner(s). We seek sexuality to inspire us, to stimulate us.
Where do we go to find this inspiration? Many of us want to communicate, get feedback, voyeur, exhibit, interact with open minded community around our perversions, kinks, fetish, and curiosities. Many adults don’t want to keep our sexuality completely locked up behind closed doors. We appreciate the diverse visuals and stimulations we receive from sharing with others and or that others enjoying sharing with us.
We are tired of being censored and deleted
In this busy and socially active day and age, it’s important to have digital spaces, where adults, artists, and adult entertainers can connect, express, and cultivate the pursuit of all things Art Sex and Community. We need more outlets to normalize interacting with others in stimulated settings, we need to be comfortable discussing safe sex practices, we need a dynamic environment where we can ask various questions and potentially get more than one perspective. Wether we know our “internet friends” or not, it’s important to have an intended place online to be present, to let our guards down, to be held accountable, to listen, to be heard, to be different, to appreciate others, and to communicate, explore, and share.
Out of site out of mind! Keep yourself immersed in your desires.
We all benefit from a nurtured, non-judgemental, non-lifestyle hating, non-sexually aggressive and abusive space. Especially on the internet! We’ve watched for years how the anonymity of the internet can cause such foul and horrible behaviors. At bohocrush, we do not tolerate anything less than respectful and considerate online interactions for diverse adult creative community. There are plenty of places on the internet to get your anonymous abuse anxst out.
We’ve got your back!
We welcome you to join our Adult and Creative Community. Bohocrush is the outlet to your Private Social Life. 18+
1 Year non recurring $24
Your membership provides you with:
♥ An engaging profile, to either be a voyeur, exhibitionist, or both.
♥ Opportunities for you to network with other artists and human beings.
♥ Written memoirs, shared photos, and videos. Simply create a private friends list if you don’t wish to share more personal expressions with the community at large. It’s your choice.
♥ Our beloved artistic nude, erotic, and fetish online galleries.
All we ask is that you are considerate and do not push yourself onto others that are not receptive to your requests. We are not a hook up site. Adults on our site enjoy a creative space online to explore and share their personal journeys. You will receive a notice from our moderators if and when your behavior is causing a problem with other members. Fortunately I’ve only had to moderate at this level a few times.
Art Sex & Sustainability provides a dynamic way to share and connect with others. Many adults connect to each other online through music, art, passions, interests, temperament, etc. A display of your genitals and or jacking off is not always going to get others to feel or build a new connection to you.
You can unfriend and or block other members from your profile at any time. It’s completely up to you who and how you wish to share yourself. No hard feelings. This is your garden, tend to it as you see desirable.
We welcome you to near and far to enjoy our nurtured and stimulated online community. Together we create community. If you are already a member, please tell a couple of your open minded friends about us. We are always an 18+ environment.
To the pursuit!!!
georgette and shone