Feel like makin’ love? Feel like sharin’ how you went with strangers?
According to Trend Central, the latest sex trend sweeping the nation is thanks to a slew of new websites which allow users to keep tabs on their sexual encounters.
Here are three of the most popular.
Conquest Tracking: Allows users to enter in details about their latest sexual encounter - when it started, how long it lasted, who it was with, a brief description of it - and rate it on a scale of one to five. The site then generates a map of sexual activity. Definitely one for the numbers geeks!
Safe Sex Documentation: A tool called VDNote (Venereal Disease Notification) allows users to calculate their risk of sexually-transmitted infections based on their sexual activity, store STD test results and, through a partnership with getSTDtested, easily access STD testing resources. Quite clever, really!
Love Making Mapping: If you're looking for a little less privacy, turn to I Just Made Love, a kind of Foursquare for the bedroom. Users tell the site where they've just done the deed (using Google Maps to mark the exact location), indicate whether the sex was indoors or outdoors, and which of five positions they engaged in (handy graphics represent each one). Users can create personal "love maps" and compare their numbers with others.
We don’t know about you but tracking your bedroom in this way kind of takes the spontaneous romance out of it. What do you think?