There have been several recent news media post alluding to the new "Viral Sensation" on TicTok. Here's one: https://wegotthiscovered.com/videos/what-does-nnn-mean-on-tiktok/ USA today did a piece as well, with more negative headline - "New viral sex trend is spreading among teens, but is it pushing an unhealthy anti-sex agenda?"... I thought it was a bit sensationalist, and it was behind a paywall, so I couldn't read it. I'm always heartened when "kink" oozes its way into the collective consciousness. Other examples include "50 shades" (love or hate it), and the pegging scene in Deadpool and recently the "Peg the Patriarchy" model. Slowly but surely, our dirty little kinks becomes a bit more understood, and a little more "normal". Hell, there are whole store pages on Amazon for chastity devices now. So, if our "kink" becomes more mainstream, does it still have the allure? How many people get off on the "dirty little secret" aspect of Chastity play? Honestly, I think it being a bit more mainstream would be great. As an example, shaved pubes on men used to be unheard of. How, at the gym, it's totally common to see "manscaped" men, and I've seen not a few completely shaved, like myself. Likewise with body piercings. I've seen more at the gym in recent years. Within the Chastity circles, I see more and more men daring to wear at the gym. Some for the titillation. Some just because they're not going to stop going to the gym over wearing a chastity device. Before long, will spotting a CB in a gym be as much a non-event as a man-scaped guy? That's an interesting prospect. Dan Savage, sex columnist, has always endorsed "coming out" for the gay community, as it helps those that follow. I suspect it's the same for kink, although there are aspects of "identity" vs "fetish" that I acknowledge are worlds apart. Anyway, I was pleased to see media coverage. I think good can come of it for all of us engaged in this kink / hobby / lifestyle.