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butterfly_girl_5
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(Original post by suek)
Maybe taboo is too harsh a word then, because I certainly don't see taboo as being morally wrong. All I mean is - it's something different.

You already said you like a lot of weird sexual things, so why can't you just leave people alone who like doing this (FYI I'm not one of them :p:) for whatever reasons they do? Being different is exciting. It's the same reason people like to have sex with a chance of being caught - yeah, doing it in a restaurant toilet could easily get them in trouble, it's taboo but it doesn't make them disgusting human beings.

So what you're saying is that people who do it just because it's on TV is pathetic and mindless? Right, so, you fell into that, I get that your past experience is making you sound off here, but you know, some people actually do different things because they actually enjoy them. Genuinely. Whatever floats your boat.

So if you met a guy who liked it, and you said no, and he said ok, you'd then say "get your coat and never speak to me again"? Seriously? It's just a fantasy men have... no harm done unless they force you to do it..
ok well thats what I thought the word meant. Im not really not leaving people alone- people just reacted really strongly to what I said and asked me questions so I naturally assumed they wanted me to answer them. I didnt think I at any point preached or told people what to think. Im just saying honestly what my opinion is. People can take it or leave it.

I think youve got to be a bit of a sheep as a person generally if the most imaginative thing you can think of to be different is to *** on someones face

With doing it in a restaurant toilet- it doesnt make people disgusting human beings- the only thing that matters is if they are careful not to make other people feel uncomfortable. If they do that the fact its in a public place isnt itself morally relevant.

Again, all I have to go on is that people on here as far as Ive read have only given the reason of 'its in porn thats why I like it'. thats the only thing I was talking about.

I would react the way I said because I think it reflects something about someone as a person if they want that and then think its ok. Apart from anything else, if I feel thi strongly against it and they felt that strongly in favour we wouldnt have much chance at a relatioship since thats a pretty major disparity.
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(Original post by butterfly_girl_5)
There are all sorts of things I find appealling to fantasize about- but all of them would just be weird to act out or realise. I dont want to act them out- because their fantasies and their meant to stay in youre head for that reason. They would just sound ludicrous when you put them into words, let alone act them out. Making people role play imaginary people in your head reminds me of when I was 5 and I liked to pretend I was the queen so I made my parents open the car door for me and sat at the head of the kitchen table.
You might not feel comfortable acting out your fantasies but a lot of couples do, and they get enjoyment out of it. I think you're failing to realise that just because you personally don't like the idea of someone that doesn't make it wrong for a boy to want to do it (obviously it would be wrong for him to actually do it if you didn't want it). You don't seem to be able to explain why certain 'out there' sexual acts are immoral or disrespectful, apart from that you simply find them disgusting.
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Stop whinging and get sucking.
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(Original post by zodiac90)
i completely agree with this person - she talks a lot of sense
whereas bean_87 is talking much nonsense...

(Original post by butterfly_girl_5)
Sorry I'm not quoting jsut getting your attention
Look it's each to their own. If butterfly and the OP don't wanna do something, fine. Don't do it.

But HOW DARE people in the thread tell people who do want to do something that they shouldn't.

And butterfly, you are not 'right'. No one can be in matters of personal taste. So please stop shoving your beliefs down our throats.

You, missy, are an evangelical prude.
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wahey someone agrees with me finally
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(Original post by butterfly_girl_5)
Again, all I have to go on is that people on here as far as Ive read have only given the reason of 'its in porn thats why I like it'. thats the only thing I was talking about.

I would react the way I said because I think it reflects something about someone as a person if they want that and then think its ok. Apart from anything else, if I feel thi strongly against it and they felt that strongly in favour we wouldnt have much chance at a relatioship since thats a pretty major disparity.
I think people may have been saying that they saw it in porn and found the idea appealing, so they wanted to try it in real life? A lot of people obviously get ideas from porn and I don't think drawing ideas from that kind of source necessarily makes you a sheep.

I'd also disagree about a sexual preference like that being a major disparity - it's only a small thing. Of course, if your partner was very interested in S&M generally and you weren't interested, then that would be more of a significant problem.
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(Original post by butterfly_girl_5)

Again, all I have to go on is that people on here as far as Ive read have only given the reason of 'its in porn thats why I like it'. thats the only thing I was talking about.

I would react the way I said because I think it reflects something about someone as a person if they want that and then think its ok. Apart from anything else, if I feel thi strongly against it and they felt that strongly in favour we wouldnt have much chance at a relatioship since thats a pretty major disparity.
Nobody said 'it's porn that's why I like it'; that would make absolutely no sense, and is totally an assumption you've made.

Just because your partner has a certain, fairly insignificant fantasy that you don't share that doesn't mean 'you wouldn't have much chance at a relationship'; my boyfriend has a few fantasies that I said I wouldn't explore and that's absolutely fine, for him it can remain just a fantasy and we can do other stuff.
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Perhaps I shouldn't be reading this thread whilst I'm eating porridge.
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i was reading the thread and getting thoroughly aroused personally
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How can you lot say a girl is prude for not wanting it? It's their choice at the end of the day.
But having said that, i don't think it's disrespectful, and boys like it because it's a sub/dom thing.

Thank God i'm not going out with one of the Girls on this thread lol, otherwise i would have been dumped within the first thing, personnally it really turns me on, esp. when i get a bullseye.
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Allez la fenêtre, allez la mur!
Jusqu'a la sueur goutte sous mon couilles!
Tous cettes salopes sont grouille!
Tous les gens fout fout putain!
Tous les gens fout fout putain!

A mon avis.

P.S. butterfly_girl_5; you might want to read "My Secret Garden".............on second thoughts I wouldn't want to be responsible for your heart attack at the age of 18......on 3rd thoughts **** it!

You ain't seen nothin' yet!
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(Original post by Bateman)
How can you lot say a girl is prude for not wanting it? It's their choice at the end of the day.
But having said that, i don't think it's disrespectful, and boys like it because it's a sub/dom thing.

Thank God i'm not going out with one of the Girls on this thread lol, otherwise i would have been dumped within the first thing, personnally it really turns me on, esp. when i get a bullseye.
read the post properly before judging us. we're NOT saying shes a prude coz she wont do it, its her general attitude and ridicilous posts

dont assume
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I would if consuming sperm has nutritional benefits.
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lol thats certainly one way to win an arugment, just accept ur a dirty lil **** :p:
Are you seriously suggesting there is something wrong with a woman gaining pleasure from sex?

Perhaps you would like to cut my clitoris out so I can no longer be a '****'.
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zodiac90 is probably incredibly sexually inexperienced, and maybe jealous that everyones gettin the friction on apart from him

poor boy
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I would if consuming sperm has nutritional benefits.
High calorie content, apparently. I should probably stop, supposed to be dieting
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read the post properly before judging us. we're NOT saying shes a prude coz she wont do it, its her general attitude and ridicilous posts

dont assume

You can't call a girl prude for not wanting to do something for you, is that hard to understand?
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Um...homosexuality used to be (and still is to some extent) taboo. That doesn't make it morally wrong. It used to be taboo to discuss sex with anyone but your marriage partner; now it's common. Taboos change all the time and I don't think that morality changes so easily.

I find it unusual that you had a lot of sex because you saw it on TV, but only because I can't imagine doing that myself. I would think of sleeping around to boost your self-esteem as far more degrading than having a man climax on you, but that may just be me.
Well I was talking about the fact someone said they wanted to do something because its taboo, which suggests to me they like the idea because its wrong not despite the fact its wrong.
yes it was wrong of me to say something is taboo because its wrong- that contradicts my point, which I think youre making, that you should work according to your own ideas about morality based on personal experience not social norms.

And yes- thats what I was saying- I didnt exacltly have a lot of sex- I was more talking about generally the way I thought and acted and talked about sex. It is degrading.
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How can you lot say a girl is prude for not wanting it? It's their choice at the end of the day.
They're not - they're saying she's a prude for claiming anyone who enjoys it is disgusting.
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what if it goes on my eye?
You could go blind.
It could glue your eyelids together permanently.
It is worse than superglue.
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