Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 24, 2007
For those who still haven't bought a Prius, ditched bottled water or separated cardboard and paper recycling info different bins: There's a new web site where enviro-sinners can get their crimes off their chest.
TrueMedia, creator of the hilarious TrueMom Confessions and TrueOffice Confessions sites, introduces TrueGreen, the latest of its anonymous confessional communities.
As green buzz continues to grow - and threaten the street cred of the SUV-driving hipster crowd - TrueGreen will provide realistic and personal insight on public progress as we fight the climate crisis.
"I see this site as an excellent way to inspire discussion and provide feedback on green issues," said Michael d'Estries of the eco-site GroovyGreen.com, which partnered with TrueMedia on the site. "We all want to live healthier lives, but it can sometimes be frustrating to get there. This site provides a great way to vent and relate to others feeling the same way."
Here's a glimpse at what some people are 'fessing up to:
- "I clean office buildings for a living. We dump your 'recycled' paper into regular trash."
- "I love seeing hybrid driving eco-snobs in my small rural community where we all drive trucks and SUV's. The look of disgust on their faces gives me great joy."
- "I have bought at least ten of the reusable shopping bags in the last year...now if I could only freaking remember to bring them with me when I go food shopping..."
- "We are recycle-a-holics and green fools, but I cannot use cloth diapers. I love my disposables. I feel bad."
- "I'm only a vegetarian because he is. He thinks I was before we met. First lie."
- "I have the sneaking suspicion that we're not really 'saving the planet.' The planet will be fine, people, once it gets rid of us. It's us that are going to end up going somewhere."
TrueGreen Confessions is created in partnership with GroovyGreen (http://www.groovygreen.com), one of the largest green media sites discussing issues of sustainability, renewable energy, and eco-friendly living.
TrueMedia launched in April 2007 with a mission to channel people's deepest secrets into interactive communities. The TrueConfessions network includes five sites (TrueMom, TrueDad, TrueBride, TrueOffice and TrueGreen) where anonymous users express how they really feel without facing judgment. Ugly kids? Sex with the boss for a promotion? Contemplating a divorce? TrueMedia takes users behind closed doors and candidly reveals their authentic thoughts. TrueMedia will open more doors this fall, with additional sites set to debut in October.