Well, some would say it has a lot of problems: the Netflix show has been continuously criticized and dissected for the way it deals with teen suicide and sexual assault. But one aspect of the series that hasn't been as closely scrutinized is as insidious and unassuming as the character himself: Clay Jensen, a quiet student thrown head first into the mystery of a classmate's suicide. The show asks its viewers to believe he could have saved Hannah from suicide had she truly given him a chance, or had he tried just a little harder to get to know her—just as he tries to save his new girlfriend Skye in season 2. But the truth is that Clay can't rescue anyone, because all he truly cares about is himself. Clay has classic Nice Guy Syndrome, which makes men feel entitled to another's affections simply for displaying basic human decency. For being "nice.
Sexting tips: The horny quarantiner's guide to sexting well
More Than Friends ●Dream×George(Gream)● - Chap 23 - Wattpad
Unless you happened to live with a partner before quarantine or shacked up with a person you were casually seeing as things started to go south, your horny levels are probably reaching astronomical heights right about now. But there's also no end in sight to the sex -hiatus, so a nation turns its horny eyes to you, sexting. A study by Drexel University found that most adults have sexted before and virtually everyone is receptive to it. Like real sex, working up to the moment works wonders. Unless that's your kink. Unless that's their kink.
Ah, when we awoke the next morning it was the glorious 4th of July. As we proudly proclaimed all day long. But my mood quickly changed from happy and celebratory to confused, and, well…more confused. After we passed out the night before, Clay had sent me a text around 3 am wanting to know what I was doing. Then at 9 am, he sent me a good morning text.