Isn’t this public nudity? I thought there were laws about that in the US, North America? This is proof of the level of obsession with sexuality. Trump will have his 4 – 8 years. But, what does it say about us (the people) that this was created, displayed in public and has been saved for further public display elsewhere?
It’s not about Trump, for me. It’s about the fact that with all of this, people are only talking about Trump. That’s pretty screwed up.
A little more irony? This was posted to a site with (Not Safe For Work) in the headline. But, the fact is, there was no fig leaf on this when it was displayed in a public street. Not safe for work? At this point, does that really mean anything?
What are the standards for public nudity, sex and sexuality now? Are we just waiting for the government and legal system to catch up with an “anything goes”policy? Or, are we leaving it to them to set the guidelines and uphold some kind of standards?
If this doesn’t leave you a little confused about what our standards for public nudity are, why not?
Years ago I read a very sexy story (I liked it) about a dolphin having sex with a female human. The dolphin pushed her into it. But it wasn’t aggressive, just persistant and then her own curiousity took her the rest of the way. (She didn’t leave or stop coming back). I don’t remember details but it was something about dolphins who had been kept for research.
I know we are all supposed to think human/ animal sex is bad. But, it was such a short time ago that other types of sex and sexuality were bad and I start to wonder… how far will it go? How long will it be before the media convinces people that sex with animals (and children) is acceptable. I’m not even typing a question mark there because I think it is likely.
Quite likely it will start with robot animals and children. After all, they aren’t real. So to use an inanimate object for your pleasure should be just fine, right? Not really different from using any common sex toy you could buy online.
Bypassing all the rules and regulations and ethics and all that political correctness we pretend to hold so highly…
Would sex with a robot animal turn you on? Would you watch or read about robot animals having sex or even forcing/ being forced into sexual situations?
No need to leave a comment. Just keep it to yourself. Be honest when no one’s looking.
To be clear for those who find this shocking – I’m not in favour of sex with real animals or children. No matter what the pedophiles say, it is not consensual when it involves a minor or other creature who can not clearly and completely communicate.
But, where does that leave robots… Something for your consideration.
Image source: Petsfoto.com
Stuff like this bugs me!
Why give credit to males for something like this? Any girl or woman can be into sports and enjoy things which are cool (outside, far outside, from cosmetics, beauty routines and all that so called girlie stuff).
Why do we still have that tomboy attitude when it comes to women?
It’s really strange now that we are so accepting of transgenderism that we still expect women/ girls to be girly and call them something else if they’re not.
Not a tomboy, just ungirly.
Source: 20 Signs Being Girly Is Not Your Thing
I know we’re expected to just jump up and accept everything related to sexuality these days but… I have a mind of my own. Not a popular thing, kind of a collector’s item these days.
I agree with these ads being censored. At the very least they could be edited with consideration for the children, elderly and others who all ride subways and travel about in cities and towns (places with sidewalks in general).
Men may object to any mention of periods and menstruation (or breasts as anything other than sex objects). But, they aren’t the only people who don’t want to see ads for period underwear.
I don’t want to see most of these ads while standing on a subway platform surrounded by the general public. The state of my underwear and whether or not I’m OTR (on the rag, as my brother calls it) is my business only. Private. Hence, the whole private parts thing.
I also don’t want children to see sexual images like the blush pink orange sections or the weird dripping egg. Children may not connect the dots on these images but I am and I’m not liking having them around. Or that woman leaning back in her chair, wearing just underwear. Who does that on any kind of normal day? Is she having cramps, falling asleep or trying to orgasm while seated? Then there’s the piano bench woman… is she supposed to be suicidal from blood loss? In short, this is not for public consumption.
Why not keep it plain and simple? The image of the woman in the sweater and the text without the extra comments/ editorial. Why isn’t that enough? Is the purpose of the ad to sell underwear to women, sell porn to men, sell sex while on your period or just upset the general population including women who can’t have children, have lost children, have started menopause, etc. It’s not just children I’m thinking of.
I don’t have a problem with the ads appearing. They sell condoms in plain view. Porn can be bought at most newstands. I miss the old days when people still kept a few secrets about their privates. I wish they would!
We’re annoyed they even considered censoring this in the first place.
Source: The NYC Subway Actually Considered Banning Ads For Period Underwear | Her Campus
“To emancipate woman is to refuse to confine her to the relations she bears to man, nor to deny them to her.”
Source: 16 Empowering quotes about female sexuality: Emancipated woman
Of course I’ve already missed the actual day for this. But, I can still post about it.
Source: Love books? Love sex? You’ll love celebrating Erotic World Book Day 2015 | Cara Sutra
I’d add to Gracie’s post (see below) and say the hormones for men and women are on opposing sides. For men sex is pretty simple, you’re in and then your’re done. For women sex isn’t simple. Getting pregnant is just one thing.
Although I think it is changing for younger people, those just coming out of high school, women have been taught/ brain washed to dislike our bodies and think we should not have sex. That’s a combination that doesn’t work out so well for men who want simple, easy sex.
A typical woman does not go a day without seeing standards of female beauty, vitality and sexuality plastered all over her world. This does not make the typical woman feel desirable. No wonder she doesn’t feel like having sex any and every time he asks. How many men could go through a day of being shown how inadequate they are and then perform upon request?
Also, being asked for sex in a “pass the salt” way is not romantic. Not that every sexual encounter should or must be romantic, but… It shouldn’t be as commonplace as going to the bathroom either.
Could men put some effort into getting sex? Beyond just asking and expecting sex, could men make it seem like they care versus just taking care of a bodily function? If men need more sex then do what women have done since the dawn of time: masturbate. The orgasms are much better, fantasies are great, and there’s less mess to clean up. What do men think all those rejected women do when they get home, alone?
Dudes, your hormones (primarily, anyway) cycle every 24 hours; that, and not your love for us, is why you get a woody every morning. On the other hand, our cycle of hormones is a bit more complicated and lengthy than that; the result is that we are on far less of a “daily horny schedule” than men. And that’s before we get into realities like the processes of pregnancy and menopause. We don’t just age and change to disrupt your fantasies and desires; we ride the wild wave of our biology because that’s fucking life. Literally.
In a civilized culture, where humanity & good citizenry is defined largely by our ability to override our animal nature, hormones still have their way with us. Even amidst our culture wars and culture lag, they play their role. But, romance aside, if culture is to override such base things as biology, then something desperately needs to be done in terms of equality and the messages being sent to and about women.
Source: Hetero Men Complain About Sexual Rejection From Women. Really? | Sex~Kitten.net
It seems backwards. To look for comfort, companionship and a relationship with a doll while looking for sex only from actual (physically real) women.
Women complain that men just want sex. Women want to find a man who is also looking for a relationship, comfort and companionship.
On paper or online men say they want a relationship. But, when (in my own experience) you go on a date with them they really only talk about sex, fetishes, and sexuality. I guess they plan on going home to Dolly for conversation and a cuddle afterwards.
Intimate Photos Capture Relationships Between Men and Their ‘Real Dolls’ (NSFW) – Feature Shoot.
1. Casual sex is usually on a man’s terms.
2. Casual sex is always about him getting off.
3. Casual sex lacks passion.
5. Some women like being Ms. Right, not Ms. Right Now. A lot of sexually empowered women want to maintain their autonomy but don’t want to feel like a stand-in until something better comes around. Owning one’s sexuality and takes a lot of pride and involves a lot of ego. A lot of independent women want their fuck buddy to think that they’re hot and desirable and not just available.
via 5 Reasons Why Some Women Don’t Like Casual Sex .
I skipped #4 because I judge myself rather than believing I need religion to tell me right and wrong.
This is a great list. Several things I’ve thought all put together. It’s not just casual sex, but that casual sex is all men seem to offer even when they claim or promise they want more.
That doesn’t leave you feeling very happy if you don’t want to be yet another Ms. Right Now.
I’m a very unusual person. Not the first time I’ve been told that, but I don’t believe it. I think I’m just honest and fair, but by my own rules and standards.
The Kinsey Scale is an idea developed by Alfred Kinsey in 1948 that instead of describing people as either homosexual, heterosexual or bisexual sexual orientation was really a scale from hetereosexualiy to homosexuality. While there was originally no test, it was just infered from interviews, I have created a test that seems to have good predicitive power.
via – Kinsey Scale Test
Try it yourself.