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Bella you locked your post so no one can reply on it.

You said it's good for your self esteem the way you dress/look but if everyone is looking you up and down and rolling their eyes and "hating" you then how can that be good for your self esteem?

I'm going to guess that rather than your make up being "natural" and your clothes being "pretty" your look is more on the "sexy" side. So rather than feeling better about yourself because you're hiding a pimple and wearing nice clothes you feel better about yourself as you're getting sexual attention from boys.

To be honest if I saw someone with excessive make up and over dressed for the occasion I'd roll my eyes too as it just looks like you're trying too hard but that's first impressions so from there it would also depend on your personality as to if I'd want to get to know you more. If you were overly flirty and vying for male attention, trying too hard and being fake then yeah I wouldn't be interested.

Looks alone don't turn people off, as a first impression yes but from there if you're a genuine, nice person people see past that. (Good and bad looks)

Relationships / Eating the booty continued
« on: March 08, 2017, 07:05:51 am »
I didn't get to reply because it got locked!

I was just gunna say I'm hearing ya OP I've felt like that ever since I first saw human centipede! My husband's not as into it as me though, he keeps hiding the sewing kit

Entertainment / Speaking of Homosexuality...
« on: March 05, 2017, 05:01:48 am »

Pregnancy / Nclucca
« on: November 16, 2016, 03:01:30 pm »
Nclucca I see you're back on here. Did I miss where you told us all the goss about how it went? Is there a post in here about it? You must be  home now I hope you're doing well.

Relationships / Cheating
« on: November 04, 2016, 03:40:19 pm »
So on another post we were talking about could you forgive your partner for cheating.. (I couldn't find the post so started a new one)

What do you think in this situation.. My husband has a friend who has been married for about 4 years, he loves his wife and 2 small kids but she doesn't like having sex at all. (Doesn't really even like being that physical, cuddling and stuff.)
Like when they do have sex she's saying "are you nearly finished.."
They do have 2 kids though! But I'd say she would've been tracking ovulation and having sex only when she needed to.
I really feel for this guy, he's only in his early 30s it's so young to be stuck in a sexless marriage.
Anyway I said to my husband he needs to go get a massage with a happy ending once a month. He would actually get some physical contact and if he limited himself to a hand job I don't think that would be so bad. (Of course she would be horrified) anyway opinions?

Also before they met he had been sexually active (with plenty of women I'm sure) but she made him wait until they were married (I assume she was a virgin, she's religious)

Just for teens / what are you grateful for?
« on: July 16, 2015, 07:36:16 am »
Hey ya.
It's really easy to think of all the bad stuff in life so let's look at the good stuff!
What are you grateful for? What makes you happy and smile?

Just for teens / Are you saying "yes" to sex?
« on: October 25, 2014, 07:06:22 am »
Hi Everybody!
I just wanted to talk about "consent". When you consent to something you agree with it. You are giving your permission. When two people have sex they need to both consent to having it. If you don't consent it's sexual assault.

Laci Green on YouTube has an awesome clip that talks about how to ask for consent and how to give consent. It's easy and its just about communication.  (Eg.. "Do you like that?.. "Are you ok?".. Etc)

I really think everyone should check it out and more importantly get boys and your boyfriend to check it out. It will open up communication between the two of you and hopefully will avoid boyfriends pushing you into stuff you don't want to do. Remember just because you said yes you can still say no at any time. And just because you've had sex with a boyfriend before doesn't mean you have to again.

Please check out the clip (she also has other great stuff)


Just for teens / Different view; struggling with sexuality
« on: September 07, 2014, 03:50:28 am »

Just for teens / Kissing and asking a boy over
« on: August 30, 2014, 12:27:07 am »
Hi everyone, I just got a PM but I'm not a fan of personal messages as I think people should get a variety of opinions so I want to put it out to get other people's ideas...

"Hi. Im 14 going into grade 9.
I just want to know how to kiss. Ive kissed boys before but want to know how to makeout. And how do i ask my mom if i can invite over a boy?  My stepdad always takes out a gun when my sisters bring a boy to the house.."

Just for teens / The Ten Biggest Myths About Sex
« on: June 22, 2014, 03:33:21 am »

Pregnancy / Rape
« on: May 17, 2014, 10:39:05 am »
Hi ladies.
I wanted to just put across some feelings and thoughts  in the hope you have an open mind to listen and take what you will. Xx

I'm talking to a girl at the moment that well, to cut a long story short; she was sexually assaulted. And really, that's not uncommon it's estimated that 1 in 4 women will be sexually assaulted in their life time. And in most cases it's someone they know, family, extended family, friends boyfriends. Trusted people.

While I was helping her I wanted to look up some information from the Internet that I could maybe cut and paste that could help.

Reading through some information the word RAPE was used. It jarred me and as I read on every time that word came up it jarred me. I prefer to use the word sexual assault, this poor girl couldn't have been raped! That only happens in the movies to sl**ty girls at gun point! But actually no, the boy had put his penis inside her without her consent. It was rape.

The word rape is just really hard to face. It's a really scary word. I even thought about going through the article and editing out the word and putting sexual assault. Why though? because I don't want to think that happens? Because it does. It's confronting but it does.

Thinking about the word rape made me think of a post that was up a couple of weeks ago. Someone claimed they had been raped and they were worried about being pregnant. Most people (including me) brushed it off, it was confronting. It must be a lie.  We assumed it was. If you were raped why wouldn't you go to the police? But most people don't, they suffer in silence they have guilt and  blame themselves. They worry if they speak out others will confirm it was their fault or not believe them.
Maybe that post wasn't a lie, maybe she used the correct words to describe what had happened to her but we were all in denial that that word happens. It could of been her boyfriend who took it too far, she said no and he didn't stop.

I'm not saying it wasn't someone looking for attention. Maybe people being openly disgusted was what she was after. I'm also not saying that all the replies were negative.

I learnt something about myself today and just wanted to share it. I'm going to try to keep more of an open mind. I hope it was a "troll".
What if it wasn't? Was I part of society feeding into the notion that it only happens to sl**ty girls asking for it. That its something that happens to someone walking on the street by a stranger at gun point. That its something we shouldn't talk about. Rather than what it is; sex without consent and that its most likely going to be someone they know and trust.

There are three options to reply to a post that you think is a "troll"
1. Ignore it
2. Try to give helpful advice
3. Reject the person

None of these answers cause ME any harm. For the GIRL one of them does. It perpetuates guilt, blame, mistrust and shame. It confirms that its not ok to talk about it. It not only effects the original poster it also effects all the other people reading it. They conclude; it's not safe to share being sexually assaulted and that denying it when other people say it is acceptable.

I'm not pointing a finger at anyone this is about me and what I learnt about myself today. If you can take something from it then that's great. Thanks for reading. Xxx

Just for teens / How to talk about condoms with your boyfriend
« on: May 17, 2014, 05:44:02 am »

Pregnancy / Breast Feeding.. Thoughts?
« on: May 07, 2014, 01:37:17 pm »
So what are your thoughts on breast feeding?
How long did you do it for?

Just for teens / Girlfriend or boyfriend
« on: March 16, 2014, 01:15:41 pm »
You and your girlfriend both like the same guy.
One of you said you liked him first and made it clear from the start, but it turns out he likes the other girl.

Do you..
(If your the one) Not date the boy, your friendship means more than a guy

(You're friends the one) expect your friend not to date the boy, you said you liked him first she has no right to date him.


(If your the one) Date the boy, no one can control who falls for who

(You're friends the one) Be upset but ok that your friend dates him you want her to be happy.

Just for teens / Do you smoke?
« on: March 09, 2014, 06:19:09 am »
Just got me thinking from another post...

I get smoking pot cause you get high and drinking cause you get drunk but these days why would you choose to smoke cigarettes?

Once upon a time they were advertised and seen as being cool but they haven't been for years now. And society really seems to hate on smokers (where I live smoking is banned indoors including pubs and clubs and even some outdoor activities like our yearly show/fair, you know with rides and show bags, carnival type thing) also they are really expensive and the tax goes up every year on them.

So If you smoke why do you smoke?

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