Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 31, 2008
"Cosmo said you should lick his belly button and roar like a lion, but when you busted the move on him last night he cringed and ran to the car in his boxers. When it's too horrifying to share with even your closest friends, it's time to come clean on TrueHookUpConfessions.com," said True Media LLC Founder and Executive Editor Romi Lassally, a former film producer and features editor of the Huffington Post.
Launched today, TrueHookupConfessions http://truehookupconfessions.com is the "confessional community" that plans to put bathroom walls out of business by celebrating hooking up, getting hot and heavy, and knocking boots, in all its glorious forms. From Facebook hookups to sexting on the job and Craig's List "Casual Encounters", this thoroughly modern website leaves nothing under the covers.
According to Senior Editor Maegan Carberry, TrueHookupConfessions is "the locker room where the players swap stories and techniques, the girl's night out where dirty martinis and disasters are recounted, and the therapist's couch when the spice is gone and your boss is looking pretty yummy."
With Valentine's Day just around the corner and the Sex and the City movie opening in April, hooking up is indeed the millennial mating dance on everyone's lips. It's time to kiss and tell.
TrueMedia was launched by former Huffington Post Features Editor Romi Lassally in April 2007 with a mission to channel people's deepest secrets into interactive communities. The TrueConfessions network includes several websites where anonymous users--from moms and dads to co-workers and brides--can 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 at home, in the office, at the bridal shower, and candidly reveals their authentic thoughts. Six websites have launched to date (TrueMom, TrueDad, TrueBride, TrueOffice, TrueGreen and TrueMilitaryWives) with more than 250,000 confessions collected. TrueMedia plans to open more doors and reach additional audiences with several new websites set to debut in 2008.