nothing wrong with a shot of a womans crutch
frankly Im willing to die to protect this kind of free speech. its one of my principals*
* principals concerning only certain types of free speech, all other types are depending on circumstance and breast size.
January 8th, 2007 3:29pm
January 8th, 2007 3:29pm
Heh. I only had to read the first paragraph to recognize the English is not American.
British and NZ writers are so damn long-winded.
man on the stair
January 8th, 2007 4:18pm
I think I just found a fruitshow "feature".
man on the stair
January 8th, 2007 4:18pm
free the sidebar, free your mind
January 8th, 2007 4:22pm
>on Planet Crutch they'd rather display pre-pubescent pudenda than face being a woman
This whole "pre-pubescent" thing is the approach that lame, ugly, hairy people use to try to discount that which they don't like (implying that it's almost the domain of pedophiles).
January 8th, 2007 6:34pm
What is this thread about? YOung girls showing their buttcrack?
I think the 'prepubescent' thing is pretty much spot on.
Im interested that DF is so interested in pre-pubescent pudenda though, I hadn't picked him for that...
January 8th, 2007 7:06pm
lame..ugly..hairy...yeah, right on.
It isn't spot on at all. Apart from the necessity for certain apparel, it's like saying that men are acting like pre-pubescent boys by wearing deodorant.
January 8th, 2007 7:35pm
oh, Ive got nothing against women who prefer to shave for their own reasons. its men who have this big thing about women who dont (referring to them as ugly, hairy and so on) that worry me.
There is something seriously wrong with a man who insists that his women look like prepubescent children.
its rather similar to the men who insist on using the back door.
both groups should just give up and face the facts.
I bet you prefer small, skinny wee things with no hips or breasts as well, right DF?
January 8th, 2007 7:56pm
If they don't have hips, where do the legs attach to? Their armpits?
January 8th, 2007 8:03pm
honestly? Ive never looked...good question though...
January 8th, 2007 8:34pm
I don't care if women want to shave. I don't care if they shave because their boy/girlfriends want them to.
What I hate is that (most likely stemming from years of begging by a vocal minority) it seems like many women, and more importantly many adult media producers, think women can ONLY be shaved or their kitties won't be in demand.
How about some variety? Some shaved, some with landing strips, some neatly trimmed, some natural - surely if we leave women to their own devices without trying to suggest how they're expected to groom down there we'll get a pleasant mix. :)
January 8th, 2007 8:48pm
>its men who have this big thing about women who dont (referring to them as ugly, hairy and so on) that worry me.
You're like the circuit-breaker of discussion partners -- you can only be in two possible positions. Lame.
Anyways, this has nothing to do with men preferring it. But I assure you, the women who want to judge their peers, casting ridiculous -- and UNBELIEVABLY weak -- aspersions on the choices of their peers, are overwhelmingly the ugly ducklings.
>There is something seriously wrong with a man who insists that his women look like prepubescent children.
Yeah, some hair is the great separation between women and girls. Otherwise most men are just confused.
You are deeply disturbed.
January 8th, 2007 9:48pm
"Anyways, this has nothing to do with men preferring it. But I assure you, the women who want to judge their peers, casting ridiculous -- and UNBELIEVABLY weak -- aspersions on the choices of their peers, are overwhelmingly the ugly ducklings."
LOL. your experience with women is, well, lacking.
my experience has been very much that whether or not a woman judges her peers harshly has nothing whatsoever to do with her appearance, but everything to do with her character.
are you seriously claiming that you can tell a womans character by looking at her beauty?
or are you just an idiot?
"Yeah, some hair is the great separation between women and girls. "
well, yes. its called puberty.
"Otherwise most men are just confused."
oh no, I dont believe for a second that you are confused about what you want.
"You are deeply disturbed."
one of us is dennis. just out of interest, _does_ your taste in women lie in the direct of skinny, breastless, hipless women?
January 8th, 2007 9:56pm
January 8th, 2007 11:16pm
You really are a troll without limits, wsv.
Whatever a woman chooses to do is her own business (the only one making judgmental comments about such activities is you, in your infinite "desperately trying not to look like a pedophile" wisdom). When the hair in my nose gets long, I trim it...because I can. If some psychotic, defensive wank out there makes some "nose hair = maturity, therefore trimming nose hair=trying to be like a child", then I suppose that's their prerogative.
But their still a moron.
January 9th, 2007 12:34am
"Whatever a woman chooses to do is her own business (the only one making judgmental comments about such activities is you, in your infinite "desperately trying not to look like a pedophile" wisdom)."
except that those who dont shave are without exception hairy, ugly women?
I thought you were pretty clear before, why are you flip-flopping now?
"When the hair in my nose gets long, I trim it...because"
so if that is all it means to you, why the earlier judgment about them all being ugly and hairy? you really are being rather inconsistent dennis.
January 9th, 2007 1:40am
"except that those who dont shave are without exception hairy, ugly women?"
Does the same argument apply for leg hair?
I agree with Dennis, it might be "unnatural" but there is nothing prepubescent about it.
January 9th, 2007 1:58am
Well, I can tell you that if society didn't demand it, I would not shave my legs, under my arms, or anywhere else. The hair doesn't get in the way of anything. But society demands shaved legs and armpits, and so I comply.
the great purple
January 9th, 2007 10:04am
I think there's a difference in appreciation for nubility and desire for easily subjugating and dominating another person. I would see only the latter as a symptom of pedophilia.
January 9th, 2007 11:39am
Shaving your girlfriend's crotch won't let you psychologically dominate her.
January 9th, 2007 11:40am
Demanding she shave her crotch/loose her curves, etc is an attempt to make a fully grown woman look like a child, who can then be more easily dominated.
If those women who comply just said "sure honey - so long as you do too!" the world would be a better place.
January 9th, 2007 11:17pm