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“A *wink* and a smile!!”

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Since: Apr 10

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#21 Feb 28, 2013
Bi- Sexual means ppl who have to buy sex instead of getting it freely...ha!

Just kidding don't get your panties all in a bunch!:)

“A *wink* and a smile!!”

Level 8

Since: Apr 10

USA

#22 Feb 28, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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On the other hand, a friend once told me that being bisexual doubles your chances of getting laid on Friday night.
lol,,,,,,,
Krypteia

Cannock, UK

#23 Feb 28, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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On the other hand, a friend once told me that being bisexual doubles your chances of getting laid on Friday night.
knowing my luck I'd pull a pre op trans-sexual..

“I know where you are,”

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Since: Jun 08

Right here under my thumb

#24 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> Thats how I've raised my sons also. My mom was a Southern woman and taught all 7 of us kids 5 sons, 2 daughters to be open to ppl's differences.. Race, sexuality, religion etc.
I don't doubt you OC; however, I have never experienced so much hatred, racism and bigotry than I did when I lived in the SE - specifically Georgia. How about the bumper sticker I saw on a school bus, just outside of Atlanta:

"If I would've known then what I know now - I would've picked my own damn cotton."

They aren't very liberal "down yonder."

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Since: Aug 08

Haizman's brain Is calling.

#25 Feb 28, 2013
Any Thoughts wrote:
I like pudding.
That's good to know, thanks for sharing.

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#26 Feb 28, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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I don't doubt you OC; however, I have never experienced so much hatred, racism and bigotry than I did when I lived in the SE - specifically Georgia. How about the bumper sticker I saw on a school bus, just outside of Atlanta:
"If I would've known then what I know now - I would've picked my own damn cotton."
They aren't very liberal "down yonder."
I can only tell you how my momma raised me. There's racism in every state, town and city in this great USA.

It's alive and well..:(

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#27 Feb 28, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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I don't doubt you OC; however, I have never experienced so much hatred, racism and bigotry than I did when I lived in the SE - specifically Georgia. How about the bumper sticker I saw on a school bus, just outside of Atlanta:
"If I would've known then what I know now - I would've picked my own damn cotton."
They aren't very liberal "down yonder."
Perhaps, some day, it will change, Inshallah.

“I know where you are,”

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Since: Jun 08

Right here under my thumb

#28 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> I can only tell you how my momma raised me. There's racism in every state, town and city in this great USA.
It's alive and well..:(
Sure there is, but I've never experienced it quite like I did when I lived there. I believe that the Southern Baptist philosophy and lifestyle has a lot to do with it.
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#29 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> Thats how I've raised my sons also. My mom was a Southern woman and taught all 7 of us kids 5 sons, 2 daughters to be open to ppl's differences.. Race, sexuality, religion etc.
My father was very bigoted.. my mother the complete opposite.. Ive raised my girls the same as youve raised your boys...i want them to see the beauty in a heart, not the stereotypical hatred.. i think Ive done a good job ,, sometimes they are sooo open, I have to take a deep breath and think before I speak!! they teach me some things..lol

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USA

#30 Feb 28, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Sure there is, but I've never experienced it quite like I did when I lived there. I believe that the Southern Baptist philosophy and lifestyle has a lot to do with it.
IDK, I have alot of family in Ky. Some are those very religious Baptists and they are not that why at all.

In their defense, the town they like in is two blocks long and has one redlight.. so they probably don't even know what a black person or a gay is.. lol

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#31 Feb 28, 2013
reebie wrote:
<quoted text>My father was very bigoted.. my mother the complete opposite.. Ive raised my girls the same as youve raised your boys...i want them to see the beauty in a heart, not the stereotypical hatred.. i think Ive done a good job ,, sometimes they are sooo open, I have to take a deep breath and think before I speak!! they teach me some things..lol
My sons and your girls would get along great!!

My momma would have beat my azz if I ever said anything bad about anyones color, sexual preference or religion.. Trust me on that.

My sons are awesome!!

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Albakoikee

#32 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> IDK, I have alot of family in Ky. Some are those very religious Baptists and they are not that why at all.
In their defense, the town they like in is two blocks long and has one redlight.. so they probably don't even know what a black person or a gay is.. lol
It seems reverse racism has grown by leaps and bounds. Blacks hate us much more than we hate them. I live in an entirely whitebread neighborhood. I don't think it was planned that way, just that blacks for the most part can't afford to live here.
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#33 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> My sons and your girls would get along great!!
My momma would have beat my azz if I ever said anything bad about anyones color, sexual preference or religion.. Trust me on that.
My sons are awesome!!
lol.. my girls are pretty strong and opinionated.., they definately have their failings..but they make me proud in their open-ness..of life..and acceptance of difference.. their lifes ambition is to keep me from "getting old"
lolol...
so far I can hold my own with em. or at I at least pretend too..

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Since: Apr 10

USA

#34 Feb 28, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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It seems reverse racism has grown by leaps and bounds. Blacks hate us much more than we hate them. I live in an entirely whitebread neighborhood. I don't think it was planned that way, just that blacks for the most part can't afford to live here.
You could be right.

I live on a farm in the country so I'm away from alot of that although there are some black ppl who have farms out here and are good ppl. My area is expensive as well..

“Paper Or Plastic?”

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Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#35 Feb 28, 2013
Ohio Cowgirl wrote:
<quoted text> You could be right.
I live on a farm in the country so I'm away from alot of that although there are some black ppl who have farms out here and are good ppl. My area is expensive as well..
When I was in school near Circleville, there were only two black families in the school district and they were both farming families. Unusual to say the least. Most just aren't into farming/country living.

“I know where you are,”

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Right here under my thumb

#36 Feb 28, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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When I was in school near Circleville, there were only two black families in the school district and they were both farming families. Unusual to say the least. Most just aren't into farming/country living.
Funny story:

I went to an all white grade school. One year we had a pretty decent basketball team, going 13-3 for the year. We were invited to a city tournament at the end of the season. The first team we played was St. John's. No problem, right? The shortest black kid on their team was 6'1". This was in high school!!! Needless to say they smoked us by 40 points.

Oh, did I mention they were St. John's School of the Deaf?

“A *wink* and a smile!!”

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#37 Feb 28, 2013
reebie wrote:
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lol.. my girls are pretty strong and opinionated.., they definately have their failings..but they make me proud in their open-ness..of life..and acceptance of difference.. their lifes ambition is to keep me from "getting old"
lolol...
so far I can hold my own with em. or at I at least pretend too..
I know the feeling and mine are shocked when I know something new and hip that they think they should have taught me first ..:)

“A *wink* and a smile!!”

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Since: Apr 10

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#38 Feb 28, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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When I was in school near Circleville, there were only two black families in the school district and they were both farming families. Unusual to say the least. Most just aren't into farming/country living.
I went to school with blacks.

I think many states have black farmers. I think thats just a sterotype that they don't farm or like country living.. or at least in Ohio where I'm at.

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#39 Mar 7, 2013
http://youtu.be/LjvSRCClr_E
Bisexuality for the non-educated

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#40 Mar 8, 2013
I think sexuality is on a continuium and there are always exceptions to the general preference; for example if you meet someone attractive and have a deep connection with that person but they're not the 'correct' gender then there's going to be an exception.
Bi-sexuals are potentially attracted to both sexes, some equally so and some not (varying percentage attraction). I think it's wrong to say bi's want it all. Nobody is attracted to everybody. Might have a preference for blondes or brunettes for instance doesn't rule out the other entirely any more than it would mean finding all of that colouring attractive.

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