MrsMeows
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MrsMeows
Sep 13 2018
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I drink Nescafe espresso. It is very smooth and you can still make a strong cup without getting too much acidity, which is a major factor for me. 

Jun 13 2018
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I have some friends who are mostly attracted to same-sex folks but occasionally are attracted to opposite sex and who ID exclusively as dykes or lesbians. Since that’s the way almost all of their relationships end up, they find it more straightforward and a better identity “fit”. It’s not that terribly uncommon if we Read more

Jun 11 2018
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Can they not send this to the police? Surely there are some anti-dumping bylaws and he should at the very least receive a fine.

Apr 27 2018
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I went through some of these boards (because I hate myself apparently), and the people in them find any reason to deny that someone has outgrown the incel label in a healthy way. If they’ve found a girlfriend and are doing better, they’ll claim the girl isn’t hot enough or whatever to be worth it. Or that he’s being Read more

Apr 23 2018
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It can and often does mean that, but not exclusively; some lesbians (read: gay) prefer the “queer” label because it fits better. For example I know several dykes who abhor the term “lesbian” and never use it for themselves, despite the fact it’s technically correct.

Mar 15 2018
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I agree with everything on this list except Violet from Willy Wonka. She was told no, and whether Wonka was being a dick or not, you’re in his space and you can badmouth him after the fact.

Feb 20 2018
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Many people have decried the milgram experiments for being unethical. You may not seem to have a problem with it, but using them as a justification is far from bulletproof.

Dec 6 2017
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Yeah, sorry but “spaghetti girl” works better. This one is mildly confusing.

Oct 23 2017
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But being “open” to conception is not the same as only having sex to procreate. Otherwise sex during pregnancy or sex within infertile marriages would be verboten (which it’s not).

Sep 8 2017
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I lived in Switzerland, and my (I’m assuming) 1960s apartment building had a bunker with a steel door and everything.

Aug 2 2017
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Yes! That movie was part of a sexual awakening for me.

Jul 31 2017
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THIS! I felt no chemistry: sexual, friendly, nothing. Jon has more chemistry with Tyrion.

Jul 28 2017
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I mentioned it in another comment, but by definition kinky is outside of the norm, or unconventional. Point being that is has to be, in part at least, unconventional or against the norm. The term doesn’t really make sense outside a broader context, I would argue.

Jul 28 2017
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Yeah, I do agree it can’t be perfectly pinpointed. But I’d argue stuff that doesn’t raise eyebrows among many (sex toys), wouldn’t really qualify, though I can see other things being more borderline.  I think the action vs. identity thing is a big key. People might dabble in kink without taking on the kinky label.

Jul 28 2017
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No I get that, I did read the article. My point is that it makes a lot of non-hetero sex inherent kinky (which is strange), and that it doesn’t make sense to have “kinkiness” completely subjective, because part of kink is the societal taboo.

Jul 28 2017
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Not “on the menu”, but people wouldn’t be surprised or taken aback if it was requested. Even if one partner said no, I’m assuming it wouldn’t be shocking or anything.

Jul 28 2017
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I suppose so, but I see the definition as being at least partly societally defined. If someone raised to believe oral sex is wrong has it, and believes themselves kinky, that’s true for them. But if oral sex is generally accepted by society and no one would bat an eye, I would say it’s not really kinky. They might Read more