Sometimes I feel like talking to stranger people and get to know about it. Sure, it doesn’t have any benefit and can be well tagged as being a waste of time. But I find that a good way to spend time when time gets really boring.
One perfect place to chat with strangers is Omegle. You can meet random people from around the world (optionally with same interest with you if you prefer to log in using your Facebook). There’s an option to switch between video chat and text chat. I usually go with text chat because I don’t find showing myself to some stranger that much exciting (even though I’m a guy!).
Omegle has its downsides, too. Most of them are faced by us; the guys. As soon as you enter into a random chat, you’ll most likely be asked about your gender, or asl as they put it (a= age, s= sex, and l= location). As soon as you say that you’re a male, you’ll be disconnected and you’ll have to reconnect (after entering the boring captcha). So, let me warn in you advance that if you’re a guy, you’ll have a hard time there.
Now, let’s bring up the topic of this post. As my exploration with random strangers goes on, a couple of days ago I was connected to a 14-year-old girl who was from the United Kingdom. She showed me her picture (which is pretty uncommon thing for a girl to do) and asked me how she looked. I told her that she looked okay.
Eventually I brought up the question whether she was in love with someone. She told me that she had a boyfriend. I wrote, okay, that’s cool. I wanted to know how they got into each other, how it all started, etc. She told me about herself and her boyfriend. A couple of minutes later, she wrote this, “Can I ask you a question?”
I wrote, “Sure, what is it?”
“How does sex feel?”
Well, to be honest, I wasn’t prepared for such a question, especially from a 14-year-old girl. Omegle is also popular for adult chat; both text and video. I was well-aware of that but her attitude didn’t give me any feeling that she was interested in sex chat or something like that. She still hadn’t asked me for sex chat, but you get my point. She asked me how sex felt. That’s how you get down to an adult chat, I guess?
Anyway, I wrote, “It feels good.”
She then kept quiet for some moment. I began to think that she actually wanted to have a sex chat but she wasn’t sure how to get started. I was browsing some job openings on oDesk so I wasn’t quite active on the conversation either.
A while later, she asked me again, “Does it hurt in the first time?”
Well, what can I say? I started to feel dumb but replied to her writing, “I think it does.”
Anyway, I won’t write the details of the conversation here because I rarely remember how she put it. But here’s the bottom line:
She has been in a relationship with this guy but she did not have sex with him. I asked her if her boyfriend was insisting to have sex with her. She replied in the negative but said it’s her who wanted to. When I told her that she was too young for that, she informed me that all her friends, that were aged between 14-15, had had sex with someone. She told me that she felt bad when they all were talking about having sex and how it was but she couldn’t participate in it. And that’s when I understood what the matter was.
So, it was her friends. She was feeling bad because all her friends had experiences in this and were talking about it while she was unable to say a thing. Hm, that’s how bad friends leave bad impact on good people.
It was late in the night and I had to sleep. So, before I disconnected, I gave her some honest advice.
I told her not to fall for her friends. I told her that if her boyfriend truly loved her, he’d wait until she’s at least 18. I told her that then she can do whatever she wanted.
“But don’t fall for your friends. Sometimes friends are responsible for people’s ruined life.”
When I was off to bed, I was thinking what the situation is among today’s youth. Perhaps the next time I meet a 14-year-old who is still virgin, I should be shocked. What do you think?