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We have been married for 10 years, and while most people say time depletes sexual chemistry in a couple, ours has been an active and healthy sex life. It's quite like Facebook with one difference - this is a sex site. We had two options - either we could go live publicly [anyone who logs in to the site can watch] or invite our friends on the site to watch.
Perhaps, because early on we decided that we'd try out new things. We belong to conservative Marwari families, but what happens in the confines of our home is our business. Once you are done [performing the act], the live video disappears from the site.
There are obviously more men online but women are aplenty too.
When we went live, I made sure that there was nothing visible of my home or of our personalities in the frame.
But, even for the most voyeuristic eyes, it might seem a tad tiring to watch two people get intimate even as their energies are solely focused on how much attention they are getting.
The technicalities - light and sound settings, camera angles - are as one chooses.
He kept resisting it, but then accepted my decision.
Live, with no sheets In a bid to spice up their relationships, couples around the world and in India appear to be seeking an audience for their most private moments.
This free-spiritedness could swing either way, say experts As exhibitionism scales new heights on social media, intimacy too, it seems, no longer needs to be intimate.
We were married so we weren't afraid blackmail or lewd comments.
But if you aren't, you should watch out; you could fall into a trap.