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MaltaMon

Riverton, NJ

#123 Jan 16, 2013
That doesn't absolve him, however, of responsibility for his sick endorsement of incestuous behavior between mothers and their sons or his avuncular acceptance of child pornography.

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#124 Jan 16, 2013
Xavier wrote:
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So basically, you believe all men, including yourself,are sexual deviants that would rape any female including their own daughters or even mother if given the chance.On the other hand, you believe all women are pure, angelic, lack sexual desire and would never sexually abuse a child.I disagree with you, because I live in the real world.While you may rape any women, including your own daughter,I (like most men) would not do these things.
You have no idea what I believe and you simply enjoy assuming the worst.

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#125 Jan 16, 2013
Xavier wrote:
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Again, you're indicting all men as sexual deviants.Are you a sexual deviant? I can only assume your answer is yes, since you're a man and you believe all men to be so.I take it that if you had a daughter or a niece, you would sexually abuse them, since you believe any man would do so.You're saying that as a man, you would be sexually attracted to your own daughter,niece, or any female - family or not.
One thing is for certain - you're in the minority.Most men are not sexual deviants. Most men do not sexually abuse their own daughters or niece.Most men have no sexual attraction to their own daughters or niece.Most men are not even sexually attracted to every woman they see.Most men, even when they are attracted to a woman, have self control.In some cultures,men are expected to behave a certain way,and so they do.That doesn't speak to the nature of men, it speaks to the culture.
I am not. I'm just trying to say that the sex drive of men is different to that of women, to the point where men generally get more stress doing some activities compared to women. Men rape women. I don't think women rape men.

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#126 Jan 16, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
SixtySomething believes that because women produce less testosterone than men (ahem...), they have virtually no libido, are less likely to be attracted to boys, and therefoore are not at all likely to molest or otherwise sexually abuse males under 18... And that despite their high levels of testosterone during puberty and adololescence, boys won't find any sexual enjoyment in having their naked backs, bums, dicks, testicles, and legs washed by females.
This post is a new low even for you. Let me remind you that we are talking about mothers and sons.

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#127 Jan 16, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
What makes 40something like that? He was probably raped himself!
I've never been raped. I'm just trying to be understanding and open minded.
Xavier

New York, NY

#128 Jan 16, 2013
FortySomething wrote:
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I am not. I'm just trying to say that the sex drive of men is different to that of women, to the point where men generally get more stress doing some activities compared to women. Men rape women. I don't think women rape men.
Women sexually boys,and that's a fact.Women sexually abuse girls as well.Here's just one of many women who commit such assault:
http://www.salon.com/2013/01/11/anti_gay_acti...

Not only did this women tape her daughter having sex with men,she had sex with her own daughter on video.

Both males and females have a sex drive.You seem to be trying to imply that male sex drive is negative while female sex drive is positive.It's people like you who facilitate the sexual abuse of children by women.
MaltaMon

Emmaus, PA

#129 Jan 16, 2013
FortySomething wrote:
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This post is a new low even for you. Let me remind you that we are talking about mothers and sons.
My point exactly. We're talking about mothers and sons. No sane, sexually secure and well-adjusted mother would want to bathe her teenaged son or, perhaps even more, would not want her teenaged son to want her to bathe him. Your perspective is terribly, terribly twisted.
MaltaMon

Emmaus, PA

#130 Jan 16, 2013
FortySomething wrote:
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I've never been raped. I'm just trying to be understanding and open minded.
Try to be a little less understanding. You can begin with the understanding pass that you grant to child pornographers.
MaltaMon

Reading, PA

#131 Jan 16, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> My point exactly. We're talking about mothers and sons. No sane, sexually secure and well-adjusted mother would want to bathe her teenaged son or, perhaps even more, would not want her teenaged son to want her to bathe him. Your perspective is terribly, terribly twisted.
Ignore the double negative in the last clause. It,should read, "No sane, sexually secure and well-adjusted mother would want to bathe her teenaged son or, even more, would want her teenaged son to want her to bathe him."
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#132 Jan 17, 2013
FortySomething wrote:
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You have no idea what I believe and you simply enjoy assuming the worst.
No, he enjoys being a responsible adult and looking out for problems that could occur, moron.
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#133 Jan 17, 2013
FortySomething wrote:
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I am not. I'm just trying to say that the sex drive of men is different to that of women, to the point where men generally get more stress doing some activities compared to women. Men rape women. I don't think women rape men.
If men get more stress, then that means they are easier to overcome sexually. And no, the sex drive of men is equal to the sex drive of women. And men do get raped. You are such a naive bastard and probably get this propaganda from feminists.
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#134 Jan 17, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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If men get more stress, then that means they are easier to overcome sexually. And no, the sex drive of men is equal to the sex drive of women. And men do get raped. You are such a naive bastard and probably get this propaganda from feminists.
oohhhh ! suspect the feminists have much more credibility than PPPTs (pathetic projectionist pedo trolls)... 4 sure ....
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#135 Jan 17, 2013
coyote wrote:
<quoted text> oohhhh ! suspect the feminists have much more credibility than PPPTs (pathetic projectionist pedo trolls)... 4 sure ....
Don't know about mary coss, and her silly rape claims, filthy ingrate? Too ignorant!
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#136 Jan 17, 2013
Pray tell "big talk"- a "silly rape claim" ! HHmmmm- must be something new and who is the filthy ingrate ? Are you the judge and/or jury on a hoax instigated by mary coss ? This sounds like a case for ox bow PPPT seatperson- MM !!.... dontcha think.....
Katie Mellish

UK

#137 Jan 17, 2013
coyote wrote:
Pray tell "big talk"- a "silly rape claim" ! HHmmmm- must be something new and who is the filthy ingrate ? Are you the judge and/or jury on a hoax instigated by mary coss ? This sounds like a case for ox bow PPPT seatperson- MM !!.... dontcha think.....
To Coyote hello could you fill me in on who Mary Coss is and what is the back ground to these false rape claims.There was a girl in Bury last year who made a false rape claim against a man who she had sex with.This man spent six months on remand where i work.This girl had to confess that she made the story up if my memory seves me right she got a three and a half year sentence.Thankyou for any information you post back Katie xxxxxx.
Thom

Minneapolis, MN

#138 Jan 17, 2013
Winlow C Flydipper wrote:
Iíve seen so many posts on this subject, and the way theyíve been subverted, that Iím hesitant to try again, but here goes, trolls and loonies never the less.
I was in junior high and high school in the early to late 60s in Illinois. Boys (but not girls) were required to swim nude. No explanation, we just had to do it.(Being pre disposed to dislike humiliation, I hated it.) Every male in my age group (early 60s) reported he did the same thing.
It seems to have been universal, yet I read where some people claim theyíve never heard of it. Iím trying to find out how wide spread and how long ago this practice persisted. So, what Iíd like is for the male persons (I presume girls didnít do this, but if any of you did, youíre free to post also) to answer just the following questions:
Your sex?
Did you swim nude in high school or junior high school?
What years?
The city and state where this took place.
I am a male, and yes, we boys swam naked in school. We were not allowed to wear suits, but we really didn't care one way or the other; it's just the way things were done, and it was understood that males were never modest - it just wasn't manly. Girls were supposed to be demure and careful, and so suits made sense for them, but not for the adventurous and outgoing boys. Nude swimming was representative of our more Tarzan-like qualities, and we understood it to be expected of us. I did enjoy it - if you've ever been skinny dipping, you would probably understand this. It just feels better. I was also on the swim team, and we practiced - though did not compete - in the nude. More of the same; it's just the way it was supposed to be. There was never any reason to feel modest around other guys, and so modesty in the pool, around other guys, just never occurred to me. This was in the early 1970s in Minnesota.

I do recall instances where women were either present at team practice, or showed up unannounced in swim class, but this was not horrific for us. Nakedness just isn't such a big deal when it's expected and normal, as it was when I was growing up.

Thom
Katie Mellish

UK

#139 Jan 17, 2013
Thom wrote:
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I am a male, and yes, we boys swam naked in school. We were not allowed to wear suits, but we really didn't care one way or the other; it's just the way things were done, and it was understood that males were never modest - it just wasn't manly. Girls were supposed to be demure and careful, and so suits made sense for them, but not for the adventurous and outgoing boys. Nude swimming was representative of our more Tarzan-like qualities, and we understood it to be expected of us. I did enjoy it - if you've ever been skinny dipping, you would probably understand this. It just feels better. I was also on the swim team, and we practiced - though did not compete - in the nude. More of the same; it's just the way it was supposed to be. There was never any reason to feel modest around other guys, and so modesty in the pool, around other guys, just never occurred to me. This was in the early 1970s in Minnesota.
I do recall instances where women were either present at team practice, or showed up unannounced in swim class, but this was not horrific for us. Nakedness just isn't such a big deal when it's expected and normal, as it was when I was growing up.
Thom
Interesting posting to say the least.
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#140 Jan 17, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>To Coyote hello could you fill me in on who Mary Coss is and what is the back ground to these false rape claims.There was a girl in Bury last year who made a false rape claim against a man who she had sex with.This man spent six months on remand where i work.This girl had to confess that she made the story up if my memory seves me right she got a three and a half year sentence.Thankyou for any information you post back Katie xxxxxx.
By "Bury" do you mean Bury St Edmund's?
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#141 Jan 17, 2013
Thom wrote:
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I am a male, and yes, we boys swam naked in school. We were not allowed to wear suits, but we really didn't care one way or the other; it's just the way things were done, and it was understood that males were never modest - it just wasn't manly. Girls were supposed to be demure and careful, and so suits made sense for them, but not for the adventurous and outgoing boys. Nude swimming was representative of our more Tarzan-like qualities, Andi we understood it to be expected of us. I did enjoy it - if you've ever been skinny dipping, you would probably understand this. It just feels better. I was also on the swim team, and we practiced - though did not compete - in the nude. More of the same; it's just the way it was supposed to be. There was never any reason to feel modest around other guys, and so modesty in the pool, around other guys, just never occurred to me. This was in the early 1970s in Minnesota.
I do recall instances where women were either present at team practice, or showed up unannounced in swim class, but this was not horrific for us. Nakedness just isn't such a big deal when it's expected and normal, as it was when I was growing up.
Thom
You were doing okay until you brought the girls into the picture. Of course, nobody would have reprimanded them or, my heavens, would have gone so far as to punish them for sneaking into a class or practice that was closed to all but coaches and the girl' naked male schoolmates. You had me buying it until the CFNM element appeared.
Katie Mellish

UK

#142 Jan 17, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> By "Bury" do you mean Bury St Edmund's?
To MM hello no i mean the town of Bury next to Blackley,Manchester and Rhodes, Middleleton.Bury is about 5 miles from where i live as the crow flys.

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