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(Original post by Phantom Phoenix)
But it's not necessarily an act of disrespect to defecate on someone if they enjoy having it done and you enjoy doing it. If someone asks you to defecate on them and you do it, it doesn't mean you think badly of them, only that you are doing something to make them happy. (Although I personally don't want any involvement in that sort of thing.)

Slapping someone, on the other hand, is physically harming someone even if only to a small degree. We are also discussing consensual sexual acts - nothing like walking up to someone and slapping them. Defecating on someone who enjoys it is just as wrong, or right, as kissing them - both are consensual acts (presumably) that are sought out by both parties.
If the difference between unequivocal agression or disrespect and a matter of personal preference is defined by physical harm, I might point out that you could risk getting very ill from the germs in human faeces whereas you'd have to slap someone a lot to do any damage
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Stop whining bean.

I think that if this thread was from a boy talking about a girl wanting the same thing, some of the rather 'let him do what he wants' responses wouldnt be there.
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If the difference between unequivocal agression or disrespect and a matter of personal preference is defined by physical harm, I might point out that you could risk getting very ill from the germs in human faeces whereas you'd have to slap someone a lot to do any damage
It's not, it's defined by consent.
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do you have sex in a little plastic bubble butterfly??? you're a bit.... over wary.
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It was a play on words:

evangelical christian - someone who aims to convert others to that religious belief

evangelical prude - someone who aims to convert others to that sexual belief
ok

so quote me an example of how I am trying to convert people to my sexual beliefs as you call them and explain.

and the word evangelical is short for evangelical christian, so if you call me evangelical you are suggesting what I am saying is remeniscent or characteristic or that particular religious christian denomination
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If the difference between unequivocal agression or disrespect and a matter of personal preference is defined by physical harm, I might point out that you could risk getting very ill from the germs in human faeces whereas you'd have to slap someone a lot to do any damage
It's defined most importantly by whether or not it's consensual. It is possible to engage in fairly heavy S&M by personal preference and do far more damage than simply slapping someone (non-consensually) would. Disrespect is implied in the latter but not in the former.
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If the difference between unequivocal agression or disrespect and a matter of personal preference is defined by physical harm, I might point out that you could risk getting very ill from the germs in human faeces whereas you'd have to slap someone a lot to do any damage
Can I again, for the third time, ask you if you think ejaculating in someone's face is immoral?
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You don't have to be religious to be an evangelist; "a person who enthusiastically promotes or supports something".
not according to dictinary.com's definition

and I think it was being used connotatively as the poster has pointed out

the definition is preaching, usually the gospel
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(Original post by butterfly_girl_5)
ok

so quote me an example of how I am trying to convert people to my sexual beliefs as you call them and explain.
Well you have spent the last 12 or so pages telling us coming on faces is something only porn-crazy people do, I am sure if you weren't trying to convert people you coulda just said you didn't really like it and then kept quiet. You still haven't accepted that people have their own personal preferences and that there is nothing wrong with that.
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Lol. As if its that bad -not that I've ever had it done to me, mind-.

Get over yourself and just let him do it!!
It's not about me needing to "get over myself" I'm just not 100% comfortable with it. Maybe it's because I've never tried it, but I can imagine what it would feel like.
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GUYS, CAN I ASK A QUESTION, how can you respecct a girl who has let you spray your disgusting man fluids onto her face?
Girls, don't think you're cool for doing this, men want girls to be disgusting sluts, but subconsciously will think less of you for doing it, why do you think ********** and sluts are terms of derogation, not praise?

Guys will probably laugh and berate you behind your back for doing stuff like that, and secretly would find it funny if it went in your eyes, they get turned on by stuff like that, haven't you seen porn is mostly about degrading women, ie having her gagging and struggling to breathe, then as a final insult, the disgusting slimy thing will shoot onto her face!
I like this post.
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It's not about me needing to "get over myself" I'm just not 100% comfortable with it. Maybe it's because I've never tried it, but I can imagine what it would feel like.
Then it's your decision not to do it, and your boyfriend should respect that.
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I doubt you'll find anyone more intelligent than my friends and I, and it's pretty harsh that you correlate high IQ with treating women better, a lot of of intelligent high achievers are total dicks.
Intelligent people are not misogynists. End of. You may well be academic, doesn't make you intelligent.

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Anyhow, given your circumstances, it's not a suprise you have to allow guys to do whatever they want to you to keep a guy
What on earth is that supposed to mean?
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This is EXACTLY what I'm worried about. What if he thought I was disgusting, what if when we split up and he tells people? What if he brings it up in an arguement? What if he started looking down on me?
yes I think thats a good point
one practical consideration in casual sex
if the only reason you did it was to do them a sexual favour and they turn out to be a w****r-where does that leave you feeling?
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^^well, do you know the way he talk about you with his mates? how do you know he doesn't kind of resent and repect you less for doing it? I have a lot of male friends and their gfs would be surprised and shocked about things that they have said about them

I find this the most unbelievable part of this thread.
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yes I think thats a good point
one practical consideration in casual sex
if the only reason you did it was to do them a sexual favour and they turn out to be a w****r-where does that leave you feeling?
For the fourth time, do you think ejaculating in someone's face is immoral?
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Then you don't have very nice male friends, clearly. I'm sorry you think that's representative of all men, because it really isn't.
I second this.

And then you get childish insults when you call him/her up on it, me and my boyfriend do stuff like that and yes I know for a fact that he tells some of his friends about it but it's more in a "my girlfriend likes experimenting and doing different things" way and they're all jealous of him because their girlfriends aren't as keen.

I just don't understand how people are so prudish on here, why treat sex as a terrible thing that must not be varied whatsoever?
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Butterflygirl5's points are well argued and mostly correct!
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