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View Poll Results: A slut or not a slut? That is the question.
Yes...dirty girls that need a wash 18 16.98%
No...sexual liberation for women!! 37 34.91%
Indifferent...as long as I don't get any diseases off them. 38 35.85%
I'm a creep that's to busy jacking off to Nickelback music...and Chad 13 12.26%
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Old 01-02-2015, 02:31 AM   #361 (permalink)
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that's hot and all but doesn't change the fact that i was right and you jumped the gun
You have a limited understanding of the word right.
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Roxy is unable to perpetrate violence. It always somehow turns into BDSM between two consenting adults.
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I just want to say your tits are lovely.
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Roxy is the William S. Burroughs of our time.
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I like Roxy, she's awesome and her taste in music far exceeds yours. Roxy is in the Major League bro, and you're like a sad clown in a two bit rodeo.
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Old 01-02-2015, 03:26 AM   #362 (permalink)
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it's cool, i know how eager you are to correct me, you just can't help yourself. wait a little longer though next time. if you just give me some time i'm sure i would've actually said some ignorant **** regarding islam and then you could really let me have it. which arab country did you live in btw?
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Old 01-02-2015, 05:53 AM   #363 (permalink)
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You a nosey motha****a.

Morocco. Nosey. But still your understanding of Islam is rudimentary at best.
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Old 01-02-2015, 06:27 AM   #364 (permalink)
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Explain the relationship between sexual sadism and morality in the sexual sadists who are passive and gentle human beings outside of the bedroom.

People who think it's okay to hit people and fight generally think it's okay to hit people (morally).

People who enjoy rough sex don't think it's okay to be rough/abusive to strangers without consent and certainly not if they do not enjoy it. In fact in the kink community it is frowned upon if you don't ask permission to touch somebody even if it's just a pat on the back or an arm around the shoulder.
Stop. Read my quote again, for the third time.

"Sexuality is related to morality in the same way that every other physical action is."

Sex is a just physical action, inherently as "good" or "evil" as any other physical action someone can take. Like all actions, when taken to extremes, it can be used to hurt the people around you (rape, torture, etc.), but that is less about sexual preference and more about a psychological need for dominance that would have existed whether or not the avenue of sex had manifested itself to them (think of the people whose need for dominance causes them to shoot-up, or put explosives in, public places).

People who like rough sex and BDSM can be compared to hunting enthusiasts; they like to inflict pain and they like to play with toys, but in the end they're just as likely to hurt or kill another human as anyone else. In fact, hunters are usually less likely to shoot someone than any other type of gun owner, being more respectful of their tools and mindful of the damage they can do.
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Old 01-02-2015, 06:31 AM   #365 (permalink)
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Honestly it's apallling that we need to even discuss these things in 2015.
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Old 01-02-2015, 06:34 AM   #366 (permalink)
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I'll make it clear now then that I don't care how people feel about their orgasms or sex life. Doesn't bother me what they do either, I just don't consider sluts to be in my dating pool.
But it's obvious that you do care. You keep calling them "trashy", "sleazy" and "sluts", saying that their sexual preferences reveal the integrity of their character. If that's true for women, than wouldn't it be the same for men? And yet you've already said that you couldn't care less about what a guy does in his sex life.

This double-standard is the entire point of this thread. Why are sexually active women referred to as "sluts", while sexually active guys are just called "guys"?
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Good lord.
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Old 01-02-2015, 02:19 PM   #368 (permalink)
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This double-standard is the entire point of this thread. Why are sexually active women referred to as "sluts", while sexually active guys are just called "guys"?
There is no double standard, the insult aimed at men is based on how little sex they get, not how plentiful.

Which is why the insult 'Basement dwelling virgin' is aimed at men rather than women.
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The sexual intellectual has spoken. The debate has been resolved.

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Old 01-02-2015, 03:17 PM   #370 (permalink)
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There is no double standard, the insult aimed at men is based on how little sex they get, not how plentiful.

Which is why the insult 'Basement dwelling virgin' is aimed at men rather than women.
Women get judged by other women just as often as men get judged by other men. Both genders are ridiculed for not being "exciting" enough, or being too "innocent". Yet only women are regularly called out for having what others consider to be "too much" sex.

But let's change the discussion, so we're not just going back and forth. Why do you think it is that men pressure other men to have a certain amount of sex? Does it really matter all that much? My guess is that it's because sex is such a powerful motivator, and it's ingrained into our bodies and minds. It is, after all, our species' way of reproducing, and our bodies really want us to remember that. So when someone feels the need to judge someone, sex is an easy way to measure their social success.
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