Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Too Much Information.
Is there ever such a thing as sharing toooooooo much online? And I am not talking about those sodding Bitstrips here, I'm talking about telling the world how hormonal you are because you are due on, wondering if anyone can diagnose a rash if you put up a picture of it, or even in the case of Spencer Matthews, the oversharing of his cock.
I for one have no problem with TMI, I'm allll for hearing if your vaginal secretions are frothy or not, (No pics though, please) I think that in some cases, it is the worrying about going something alone because no-one talks about it so you think you are the only one, that can be worse than what you are actually going through. We need to take the taboo back from certain things, I will tweet that I am on my period. I'm not exactly going to Instagram a tampon or anything but I don't feel that there should be any shame in it.
The same goes for kidney infections, piles or anything else that could be slightly embarrassing to some people, it really doesn't bother me.
If you want to tell everyone that you are not wearing underwear, crack on. (No pun intended)
We shouldn't have shame, but we SHOULD be aware that some people may not want to hear it.
(I may have lost a big part of my audience at the words, Vaginal secretions)
and that's ok too.
So tell me, what are your limits? What do you feel is oversharing in this online world?
Do you want to show me your rash?
Do you flinch when you see people oversharing, or are you ok with it too?
Let me know.
Big Fashionista x x x