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If you think that the solution to sexual abuse is to cover up you have misconstrued history. In what century did men stop abusing women even when the weight of the fashion outweighed the girl or the boy? Debauchery is a thought process instilled. It doesn't work for the Amish and it wont work for the modern women or their children. 30-Nov-2017
I spent a lifetime crying "me too" and now am a product of it. The first to take advantage was my sister then came the cousins, too many of my mother's boyfriends and all the other men awaiting in almost every corner I tried discovering the world in. For a long time I questioned Kinsey's 10% homosexual scale because of the many strait and opportunistic men who exposed their souls to me in my childhood. Not only was I enveloped in teenage awkwardness but men kept me grasped as I fought and shifted backwards.
I cried "me too" to my mother in explanation for my distance from the perpetrators but I was shunned, told to get over it and to respect family first. I did but I can't. Every cousin (male and female) has shared an alike story and the parent conjecture that family can't be denied. This is where my disrespect for family was birthed.
I have a lifetime of scars and I expose it through this medium to take control of the choice I was denied.
The most surprising aspect is that even in midlife I've had to cry "me too" from professional women (nurse) and men with no respect. Lawyers, women-in-charge and gays booed me for crying.
There is a better outlet for crying "me too" now. Don't squander it by not talking to your children about it. The only fear I trembled over was the man on my bed and the man in the chimney isn't going to save us. My mother could have but chose family first. I guess I wasn't included in that. 29-Nov-2017
Your God created it, we all have it, we are compelled and distracted by it. We are empowered and enslaved by it. We discuss it in whispers or boast to large crowds but we never dissect it or try to understand it. It easily embarrasses, abuses and unnerves. We are dissuaded from discussing it with children, parents or magic splatterers.
I am a product of it. I see beauty in it. I see art in it. I see a man's true intentions in it. It is life. It cannot be ignored. 29-Nov-2017
You might think yourself special enough not to have to cater to a fetish and that is your prerogative but for a lot of us is how we find most of our warmth. Its an affection that leads them entrance into our world. How you treat it and it treats you, should be the only discrimination. 23-May-2017
As a strait to my gay man we don't share the same lifestyle. We are only united through a perverted act. 28-Mar-2017
I want that but not in that size. 23-Sep-2016
Ladies, your obsession of synthesizing yourself to appease a man is only easing him in the preference for sexing robotics. 11-Aug-2016
Hey hoe, can you keep fucking all the assholes a little while longer, we need more time to marry off the good ones. Thanks. 02-Jul-2016
I'd rather he come quick in my ass than shrivel up in my hand. 01-Jul-2016
If all you do is fuck without appreciation for the other person, it's rape. 07-Jun-2016
Ladies. Just because you don't explore his body like he does your island doesn't make him more manly, only dissatisfied. 11-Mar-2016