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otterpop

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When I saw this item in the news I thought right away the majority of the people buying this has to be gay men.
 

Habanero

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I think that's one for the accused high school teacher, but not so much for anyone who likes a real man.
 

Floridays

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He doesn't even have CHEST HAIR!
Sorry to say that this almost-40 girl is not interested. :f:
 

nerudite

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LOL... we can see that stuff for free almost any time we want. Guys streak around here all the time when they're all liquored up. Drunken naked guys are a dime a dozen... wouldn't want to pay money just to see it on a video! Thanks for sharing though... got a good chuckle. ;)
 
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Yeah, Nerudite, it reminds me of some comment I heard:

They had male strippers at ladies night someplace and the guys were not welcome until after the show. Men were lined up around the block to get into the place, to hang with hot and bothered babes. You never see women scouting a stripper's bar searching for hot and bothered men.

I reiterate: when were guys ever "tame"?
 

Duke Of Dystopia

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Michele Zone said:
......I reiterate: when were guys ever "tame"?
I would like to know your definition of tame.

Also, why should we be tame when we are raised to be disposable?
 
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Duke Of Dystopia said:
I would like to know your definition of tame.

Also, why should we be tame when we are raised to be disposable?
What I mean by that is that men are not generally raised with the same kinds of social pressures that women are raised with. (obviously, individuals will vary, but in the grand scheme of things, this is GENERALLY true)

"Girls Gone Wild" sells because of the social restrictions that make "wild" behavior (ie sexual behavior) verbotten for girls. Men are more entitled to want sex, pursue it, etc, then women are, generally speaking. That is beginning to change, but as noted in another thread recently, men are generally the ones who "ask". The other part of that is that women are supposed to only say "yes" or "no" and not do the "asking".

It isn't just my opinion. Studies show that when a man goes to a bar and walks up to a total stranger and propositions her, he gets 'No, hell no and who the hell do you think you are??!!" type responses 100% of the time. When a woman goes into a bar and propositions total strangers, 75% of the time, men will say "yes" and say things like "is my apartment good or, heck, why wait? my car is right outside in the parking lot". The 25% who say "no" will apologize and say something like "can I take a rain check? My fiancee is in town." :-#

If women replied like that, they would be called $luts. It is considered utterly normal for a man.
 
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