While social media has existed in some form since the late nineties, it wasn’t until Facebook arrived on the scene in the mid-2000s that social media became the phenomenon we know it as today.
The progression of social media has been an unpredictable journey. Even the Facebook creators themselves have gone on record to say that they never predicted they would be responsible for bringing social media to the forefront of so many people’s lives.
When it was first invented, Facebook wasn’t exactly the fully-interactive platform we know it as today. It was very limited regarding communication with other users. However, as time went on, more interactivity was gradually introduced.
Following the introduction of the Facebook messaging system, a very curious statistic came to the attention of researchers. In 2012, it became apparent that divorce rates and claims of adultery were rising every year, and they weren’t just rising in line with marriage rates and population increases. They were rapidly growing every single year.
Research into the strange phenomenon discovered that many people had either met a new romantic partner online and subsequently left their current one, or they had committed adultery with someone they met online and their partner had later found out.
And the culprit? Facebook.
It didn’t take a genius to put two and two together. When discreet communication becomes available on a global level, one of the first thing people will use it for is to chat up prospective romantic partners.
Now, when it comes to the internet, there’s one thing we can always be certain of: when something becomes popular, you can damn sure someone is going to create an explicit version of it.
There’s pretty much an adult version of every Hollywood blockbuster move out there, and of course, social media hubs are no different. Within a few years of Facebook becoming a household name, the aptly-named Fuckbook shot to popularity. Facebook had already become a place where illicit activity was rife, so a couple of entrepreneurs simply took the idea to the next level.
While Fuckbook wasn’t the first “social media for sex” site to be invented, it was certainly the one which gained the most traction, naturally due to its connotations with the most visited site in the world after Google.
Much like Facebook, Fuckbook has steadily grown in popularity since its inception in 2011. It works almost identically to Facebook, but with one huge difference – everyone on there is looking for sex.
While it’s fifteen million-strong userbase might seem tiny compared to Facebook, there aren’t many other places on the internet where you can find such a large gathering of like-minded kinksters. Instead of endless photos of your co-worker’s new baby or your friend’s vacation photos, Fuckbook timelines are a little more risqué.
You’ll find people happily posting teasing images of their cleavage or genitals, and you’ll be free to speak openly with others about your wants and needs. If you want a break from the mundane world of the regular Facebook, Fuckbook will see that you’re hooking up with someone in no time at all.