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  1. 3 points
    The last eight words of the Wiccan Rede are awesome: "An ye harm none; do as ye will."
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    Oh the joys of the intolerance and hate dressed up as love, and respect. This whole thing doesn't surprise me at all. All these sites AVEN included seem to think that any argument is hate, and pointing out genuine institutionalised bigotry leads not to bans not answers. Sexism is fine when Men are the victim. I know that one first hand after spending a year being stalked, harassed, and abused. What happened to the person that was responsible? They were allowed to fake their leaving, and come back with a new name. AVEN wouldn't even post publicly that the lies told about me weren't true. I had to keep my mouth shut while she kept on lying about me... Oh and racisim is fine when white people are the victim, Transphobia is bad, Cisphobia is just fine. Etc etc etc. I honestly thought that I could find some way to use logic and reason in order to highlight the issue and do something about it. I was wrong.
  3. 2 points
    idk, audry seems like a real cunt.
  4. 2 points
    Seriously, avoid the LGBT sites. Especially chat rooms.
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    People who complain about Halloween costumes being offensive or “cultural appropriation”.
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    I only agree with point 2. You don't figure yourself out with labels, or rather you really shouldn't. Words should be descriptive not prescriptive. I hate the whole oppression olympics, and there shouldn't be any legal or social difference between the way people are treated.
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    Like Thanos, except 100% of living things instead of only half of them. xD
  11. 1 point
    I noticed the other members who were sticking up for straight cis men seemed to be banned too. That’s pretty messed up.
  12. 1 point
    Well, we have the "Monster Raving Loony Party" in the UK. Some of their ideas have been made into law, such as pet passports.
  13. 1 point
    I have to wonder how people who are so intellectually limited and they think liberal/democrat and conservative/republican are the only two choices even function in life. How difficult must the rest of their day be if getting through their thick skulls that some of us are neither one of those things is such an intellectual chore for them?
  14. 1 point
    It would be interesting to see a study of violence in asexual households and see if it's more/less than other partnerships. But I know of no such study. I did hear one analysis of male/female domestic violence, can't say how accurate it is, that noted that women were more violent, but men did far more damage. All abusive violence sucks. Another good reason why hopefully in the future people will be post-humans in relationships with AI robots
  15. 1 point
    -5. As in, I can bring a few people back. Finally I can tell my dad how much I miss him!
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    Heh, I actually did go to Target today since I decided I should get some new winter clothes and pajamas. Only because it wasn’t crowded though. If the parking lot had been full when I got there I would have turned around and went home. I definitely avoided the mall though. When I drove past the mall I saw the long line of cars going in and just thought “Nope”.
  17. 1 point
    I know what it's like to have to deal with someone I hate in the family. That said, it's me that my sister and other relatives don't want about, but it's nothing to do with me doing something unforgivable, it's just because I stole something from my parents when I was 14 and I blamed it on her. The stupid thing is that my parents knew I was lying at the time, and I have admitted to everyone since that I was lying, and that I am sorry. Ever since then my sister doesn't want anything to do with me unless she needs something, and my parents love her loads more than me, and they don't have any issues letting that be known. I keep reaching out to her and trying to fix things, but she doesn't want to know. I don't know what to suggest in your position @Gloomy . On the one hand I think you should bury the hatchet, and just trust your sister to know what she wants, and no matter how much you dislike, and distrust the guy, you should just accept him as your sisters boyfriend. At the very least if you should put your feeling for him to one side just to be able to be there for your sister. Yeah they guy sounds like a right creap, but if he isn't actually doing anything to upset you, other than just being there, then you should try to get along. The biggest problem with family is that you can't chose them, or change them, so you are stuck with people you don't understand or like. I have fallen out with my family many times, and I have dissapeared on them twice. Once for 4 years, once for 8 years. I had very good reasons for that, but I come back in the end, and try to start things a fresh. It's only in the last 12 months I have actually started having a relationship with my father, and it means a lot to me. I was so afraid I'd never be accepted by him.. Enough about me... I went off on a tangent there... There is another hand to what I said above, and that is that's the idea that if you don't like him, and he is there, then don't be there. If you want to be with family, and there is someone in the family you don't want to be around then you only have two choices, be there, or don't be there. You can't really say to your sister "You can come but your partner can't". Well you can say it but you are in effect saying that your sister has to chose between the family she has with you, or the family she has with him, and that's a pretty shit position to be in. Please don't think that I am questioning your dislike of this guy, and I am just playing devil's advocate. Far from it. I am sure that to you he is a dick, and you don't need to prove the reason for your dislike to me or anyone else. I believe you. I can just see how difficult that makes things. I hate this time of year because I want to be part of a loving caring family. My problem is that I don't have one. My family is all about doing everything they can for my sister, but doing as little as they can for me. I am mostly alone at christmas, and it makes me utterly miserable. I hate it.
  18. 1 point
    @cavalier080854 Thanks mate. I am going to stick about as I said. I might not be here every day, but I'll try to stick about.
  19. 1 point
    In my limited experience the zoomer generation is sick of PC nonsense and are very genuinely tolerant. It's the 25-45 year olds who are mostly driving this stuff, imho. Maybe the future will be better.
  20. 1 point
    Alas, the world is turning into either George Orwell's 1984, or Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. My bet is on 1984 at the moment. Everything is the opposite of what the words say. Antifa are fascists, inclusivity is exclusivity. Tollerence is intollerance. Winston Smith I'll say anything what you want, up is down, just stop. Progressive left (which is not liberal) is anti-science. Feelings over faces. As you say, once these delusional students leave the Uni bubble, most will lose their fanaticism, unfortunately they will inherit the seeds of their crazed ideology and will have to live with it. Things will have to get a lot crazier for the bubble to actually burst.
  21. 1 point
    Gunna wear my black ring to work today
  22. 1 point
    Oh my parents know, and my sister knows our opinions of him. My dad and I are pretty much on the same page not wanting anything to do with them, but my mom is trying to keep the peace I guess. My dad will be out of town though so I can’t spend Thanksgiving with him.
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    Get a pet, for you I would recommend a dog, not a cat. Recommend a greyhound/whippet, a couple of workouts, and they slob out on the sofa. Do not bark and are good with people (keep them on a leash, they are sight orientated, one they go for something, you cannot get them back) Take up photography, a large initial outlay, but everything after is free, including the changes of scenery. Live near the sea ? Take up sailing.
  25. 1 point
    I personally listen to music, read, do art, research random things on the internet, daydream, ponder about the universe. Also working out since moving around often helps me not be bored.
  26. 1 point
    Hmm, this seems to have strayed into the Politics thread.
  27. 1 point
    If I count anime characters: If I only count real-life people: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  28. 1 point
    Yes, I think there's a genuine issue about that - and I think both sides have a case: some people are trans; some people are feminine gay men; some people are butch gay women; and some are none of the above - but medical intervention is a really big deal and permanent. Everyone involved has to be absolutely sure that it's the right road to go down - and I think many people are pushed into thinking they should get their bodies altered way too early and without being ready or sure. I think there's going to be a sad increase in people regretting having early, especially childhood, transitions.
  29. 1 point
    How did your result give hetero and homo altered to androphile and gynophile ?
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    That actually makes a change! Now, if it could just cover everything else too ... Gonna give it a go and see what it says.
  32. 1 point
    Well, my best friend in school was very effeminate, most of the class thought he was gay, including me, but things improved after 1967 when homosexuality was decriminalised. But the two of us were called nancy boys etc. None of it mattered to me, but it did get to him. The girls couldn't stand him, speaking objectively, I would rate him 4th out of the 15 girls in my class on attractiveness. Bullies went for him, as well as me in the first year of secondary, which drew us closer in friendship. Later, I found out he was dressing up in girls clothes after school, but not in my presence. All in all, he went through a shitty childhood at school. But, he was the only school friend who saw me off at the train station when I joined the military. After 12 years we met up again, but tried fooling me as to who he was, took me all of 15 minutes. Yes, William was now Phillipa, a fully transitioned transwoman. It should be bourne in mind that she was very attractive, attracting them was no problem, but finding love was the difficulty. She allays came back to me for consolation. It should also be born in mind that people we knew in school did not know that she was trans, and it came as a shock when the truth came out. They all thought she was a real woman, and we were occasional lovers, at least till they knew I was Asexual and we were just really close friends.
  33. 1 point
    Tone it down with an angry orchard cider. Don't they do a calm orchard cider ?
  34. 1 point
    She is not only good looking, but also smart and decent.
  35. 1 point
    When I was in middle school I was quite a tomboy and a few guys still had crushes on me. Not only did I often wear boys’ clothes, I also had messy hair and bushy eyebrows, but apparently some boys at my school didn’t mind that. *shrugs* This thread reminded me, in high school I had a friend who would sometimes cross dress. One day when he was cross dressing, wearing a wig and high heels too, some guy was following and harassing him, trying to convince him to get in his car. O_O
  36. 1 point
    But you have stated that you want Vodka. Fill a bucket or bowl with sand and punch the sand, add water to vary the resistance to the punch (do not use sharp sand)
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  40. 1 point
    Never say never when it comes to technology. A few hundred years ago people thought it would be impossible to land on the moon, but we did it.
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    @Amb Definitely not alone judging from your avatar.
  43. 1 point
    There's also husbando pillows. Come to think of it only one of my pillowcases is a female character, the rest are male characters. I just looked at some sex dolls online out of curiosity, and some do look pretty attractive. Perhaps I'll get one(or two so I can have both a male and female one hehe) when I have the money.
  44. 1 point
    I suggest she, and everyone else who isn't a total asexual, get some waifu pillows and sex dolls. And as someone self-partnered myself, I wholly approve, lol.
  45. 1 point
    You're most definitely not alone
  46. 1 point
    I think it's hard to define normal I don't have mental issues etc but I've been in a relationship for 8 years believing that I'm a right weirdo for not needing anything more than a cuddle. I can go away with my bestmate for weeks and not need anything from my boyfriend once I'm home. Although I do still want to feel loved. Only recently my bestmate mentioned maybe I'm Asexual, if that's the case.. I still feel like I'm weird / complicated but at least I'm not alone right?
  47. 1 point
    I don't think I've ever counted their items, but what does piss me off is when someone in that line starts bitching about the prices "But the sign said a different price", taking forever to pay by using their card to pay some stuff and cash to pay other stuff, etc. If I had a store then the 10 item or less line would also be the "No asking to speak to the manager, no using coupons, and you can only pay with one method" line.
  48. 1 point
    @Gloomy Only if you don't mind being objectified. And like single dollar bills stuffed in your G-String. Those notes can scratch the skin. Ever had a paper cut ?
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