Phili

Manchester, UK

#432 May 6, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
<quoted text>
I always prove you right that you are an idiot, and everyone seems to agree except your Molly. But here it is you who has to answer my question above, What made you change your mind about Maltomon?
I have to do I?
For the record my views on Maltamon's rape case haven't changed one bit.
Anything else is coincidence.
MaltataMon

Cherry Hill, NJ

#433 May 6, 2013
He is so simple-minded, so one-dimensional, that he cannot understand what you mean. If you're not wholly within his sphere of influence, offering complete knee-jerk approval of all the swill that pours from his mouth, you must be wholly in my camp. To him, there is no such thing as independent thought. There is, as Sinatra sang, "no in-between". It's really a classic common symptom of fear, paranoia, and insecurity, which would explain his vicious attack upon you in response to your candid advice to him. A pathetic figure trapped by his own self-loathing for being a lonely homosexual whose uncontrollable preference for young boys to grown men is difficult to live with..
LineDazzle

Holywell, UK

#435 May 15, 2013
True.
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#436 Jun 13, 2013
In the early 50's the YMCA in Sioux City did not have a pool. the YWCA did have one. I remember my mom taking us, my two brothers and i, to swim at the YWCA during the winter when outdoor swimming wasn't available. I was surprised as she usually didn't do things like that unless we begged. It was her idea. I was 18 months older than my younger brother and 20 months younger that my older one. I must have been about 7 when this happened. We took the bus to the YWCA. I never questioned whether we would have swimming suits. I guess that I assumed she had our suits. When we got the YWCA she brought us into the dressing room and we took off our clothes. Then there was another door going out to the pool area and mom told us to go out there saying that swimming would be without bathing suits. She then went out the door we came in.

When we went out to the pool there were 15 to 20 other boys about our age and a little older. All of them were naked. There were also 3 to 4 teen age or young adult females in bathing suits that were making sure that we went in parts of the pool that were appropriate for our level of swimming ability. At first, I thought this was very strange. I had never swam before nude or with other nude people and especially felt this was strange with girls present I also saw that there was a large observation window up high one of the walls. I saw our mother up there with other women, I presume mothers. I remember having a great time swimming. That was the only time we did that as I remember.
MaltaMon

Uxbridge, MA

#437 Jun 13, 2013
Baleve wrote:
In the early 50's the YMCA in Sioux City did not have a pool. the YWCA did have one. I remember my mom taking us, my two brothers and i, to swim at the YWCA during the winter when outdoor swimming wasn't available. I was surprised as she usually didn't do things like that unless we begged. It was her idea. I was 18 months older than my younger brother and 20 months younger that my older one. I must have been about 7 when this happened. We took the bus to the YWCA. I never questioned whether we would have swimming suits. I guess that I assumed she had our suits. When we got the YWCA she brought us into the dressing room and we took off our clothes. Then there was another door going out to the pool area and mom told us to go out there saying that swimming would be without bathing suits. She then went out the door we came in.
When we went out to the pool there were 15 to 20 other boys about our age and a little older. All of them were naked. There were also 3 to 4 teen age or young adult females in bathing suits that were making sure that we went in parts of the pool that were appropriate for our level of swimming ability. At first, I thought this was very strange. I had never swam before nude or with other nude people and especially felt this was strange with girls present I also saw that there was a large observation window up high one of the walls. I saw our mother up there with other women, I presume mothers. I remember having a great time swimming. That was the only time we did that as I remember.
You were doing okay until you introduced the teenaged girls in bathing suits. Another CFNM fantasy.
MaltaMon

Uxbridge, MA

#438 Jun 13, 2013
It reads like the other nude-boy fantasies, with too much attention to the "surprise" factor. Bunch of "Rubbish", or words to that effect..
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#439 Jun 14, 2013
i've been thinking about this more. As i remember, I think one of the woman in the was older than the others. She is the one who supervised sorting us into groups that would go to the shallow end or deeper end. Then each group went with the one of the other girls (or young women) to that area of the pool. I think that once the initial shock of being nude was over it must have been a normal swimming experience, more or less, as i don't remember anything else about it.
LineDazzle

Wrexham, UK

#441 Jun 14, 2013
Baleve wrote:
i've been thinking about this more. As i remember, I think one of the woman in the was older than the others. She is the one who supervised sorting us into groups that would go to the shallow end or deeper end. Then each group went with the one of the other girls (or young women) to that area of the pool. I think that once the initial shock of being nude was over it must have been a normal swimming experience, more or less, as i don't remember anything else about it.
They wouldn't have allowed females to go in.
MaltaMon

Burnt Hills, NY

#442 Jun 14, 2013
Baleve wrote:
In the early 50's the YMCA in Sioux City did not have a pool. the YWCA did have one. I remember my mom taking us, my two brothers and i, to swim at the YWCA during the winter when outdoor swimming wasn't available. I was surprised as she usually didn't do things like that unless we begged. It was her idea. I was 18 months older than my younger brother and 20 months younger that my older one. I must have been about 7 when this happened. We took the bus to the YWCA. I never questioned whether we would have swimming suits. I guess that I assumed she had our suits. When we got the YWCA she brought us into the dressing room and we took off our clothes. Then there was another door going out to the pool area and mom told us to go out there saying that swimming would be without bathing suits. She then went out the door we came in.
When we went out to the pool there were 15 to 20 other boys about our age and a little older. All of them were naked. There were also 3 to 4 teen age or young adult females in bathing suits that were making sure that we went in parts of the pool that were appropriate for our level of swimming ability. At first, I thought this was very strange. I had never swam before nude or with other nude people and especially felt this was strange with girls present I also saw that there was a large observation window up high one of the walls. I saw our mother up there with other women, I presume mothers. I remember having a great time swimming. That was the only time we did that as I remember.
Doesn't anyone see the story-teller element here? You get the entire background: "I was surprised because she usually didnt do things unless we begged." What the hell does that have to do with swimming nude? It goes to motive--the mother's. It's forced nudity premeditated by the mothers of the community to force their sons to expose themselves to the girls. If he were telling the truth, he wouldn't include all the drama from "Once upon a time" onward. It isn't necessary. But this is how those fetishist stories are presented. This is pure bullshit by another lame-ass middle-aged male fetishist who still wonders what it would be like to be a young boy forced to be completely nude with other completely nude boys in front of clothed females.
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#443 Jun 14, 2013
Actually, this could possibly be verified if one wanted to do the research. It happened around 1948 or 49 during the winter in Soux City, Iowa. I remember my mom commenting on an article in the paper (the Sioux City Journal) about the YWCA offering swimming opportunities for boys since the YMCA didn't have a pool. So, one could possibly find that article. And, I remember her asking if we wanted to go. Of course, our answer was yes. Why is it so surprising that the YWCA would have female life guards? And, at that time, it was the norm, as i understand it, that group swimming for boys was usually nude. I don't think it was so socially unacceptable that females, including babysitters, etc. would supervise or be in a position to look after young boys and whether there was nudity or not was not a big issue at that time. Of course, that is not so today. I think it was because it was so unusual for our mother,(she was an active drinking alcoholic at the time) to offer to take us someplace for our fun without us begging is why it stuck in my memory. It must not have been too big a deal or much fun for her as I don't remember her ever taking us back again.
LineDazzle

Wrexham, UK

#444 Jun 15, 2013
Baleve wrote:
Actually, this could possibly be verified if one wanted to do the research. It happened around 1948 or 49 during the winter in Soux City, Iowa. I remember my mom commenting on an article in the paper (the Sioux City Journal) about the YWCA offering swimming opportunities for boys since the YMCA didn't have a pool. So, one could possibly find that article. And, I remember her asking if we wanted to go. Of course, our answer was yes. Why is it so surprising that the YWCA would have female life guards? And, at that time, it was the norm, as i understand it, that group swimming for boys was usually nude. I don't think it was so socially unacceptable that females, including babysitters, etc. would supervise or be in a position to look after young boys and whether there was nudity or not was not a big issue at that time. Of course, that is not so today. I think it was because it was so unusual for our mother,(she was an active drinking alcoholic at the time) to offer to take us someplace for our fun without us begging is why it stuck in my memory. It must not have been too big a deal or much fun for her as I don't remember her ever taking us back again.
Government policies never allow excceptions, and your story never happened.
djw

UK

#445 Jun 15, 2013
How do you know Line Frazzle, pre Vietnam war America was full of such "exceptions" it was only after the end of the draft and the introduction of Title 9 that boys were entitled to wear swimming trunks in schools and the requirement by feminists that the YMCA pools be open to females that forced male nudity to end by 1979!

You wouldn't know that you English Defence League Wannabe!
Phil

Manchester, UK

#447 Jun 15, 2013
"...that forced male nudity to end by 1979!"

You sound disappointed.
LineDazzle

Wrexham, UK

#448 Jun 16, 2013
Forced male nudity never happened.
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#449 Jun 17, 2013
SLC

Falls Church, VA

#450 Jun 17, 2013
Baleve wrote:
Doesn't baleve know that Maltamon and Largelanguage consider that site to be child porn? Of course, the fact that Google hasn't shut it down nor has the owner of the site, Brad, been arrested by the San Diego police, the San Diego County Sheriff's department, the California Department of Justice, or the FBI deter them from their nonsense claims.
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#451 Jun 17, 2013
These are sites that address and try to document one aspect of the evolution of culture and the changing norms that are part of that evolution. That is my interest. I do know that some people equate nudity to pornography. Probably because almost all pornography does include nudity and nudity can sometimes have a more or less sexual impact on some people. I can also see that control over children's state of undress would be of interest to someone who would exploit them sexually. this subject does interest me probably because I've had some personal experiences as a child with this changing norm.
MaltaMon

Newton Center, MA

#452 Jun 17, 2013
SLC wrote:
<quoted text>
Doesn't baleve know that Maltamon and Largelanguage consider that site to be child porn? Of course, the fact that Google hasn't shut it down nor has the owner of the site, Brad, been arrested by the San Diego police, the San Diego County Sheriff's department, the California Department of Justice, or the FBI deter them from their nonsense claims.
You have the laziest mind for a purported college graduate.You're like Bill O'Reilly with his claim thar the IRS commissioner visited the White House 157 times. It was actually 11 but O'Reilly still reports 157. Google won't s" hut down", CAN.T "shut down" a site for which it is not responsible. Every porn site, child and otgerwise, can be accessed with Google. You are,a bore and an obstinate idiot . Ans stop bringing up my name unless you have something to say to me, you bloated self-important horse's backside.
SLC

Falls Church, VA

#453 Jun 18, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> You have the laziest mind for a purported college graduate.You're like Bill O'Reilly with his claim thar the IRS commissioner visited the White House 157 times. It was actually 11 but O'Reilly still reports 157. Google won't s" hut down", CAN.T "shut down" a site for which it is not responsible. Every porn site, child and otgerwise, can be accessed with Google. You are,a bore and an obstinate idiot . Ans stop bringing up my name unless you have something to say to me, you bloated self-important horse's backside.
Maltamon is full of shit. It's a Google site and Google can shut it down. Of course, even if Maltamon were correct in that regard, that doesn't explain why Brad hasn't been arrested by the various authorities for purveying child porn. Obviously, those authorities don't agree with Maltamon and his asshole buddy Largelanguage.
Baleve

Fort Wayne, IN

#454 Jun 18, 2013
Pretty impressive level of dialogue about this topic.

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