I'm plunging myself headfirst into all of my interests.
Though it might start to sound different, this is a basic summary of my beleifs: - Woman making a difficult, but necessary choice = Good. - Any other motherfucker rendering moral judgement on that choice = Really bad ...and shut up. - Adoption = Also good, but harder (or so I gather)More and more, I'm finding that politics rarely deals with absolutes. We just like to think of it that way A) when we want to shut the conversation down B) when we're on the internet (and we want to shut the conversation down). Keeping that in mind, my opinions on abortion- related topics are typically more complex than this.For instance, the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision in the United States inspired some similar talk north of the border. To my surprise, I found that I don't beleive a doctor should have to perform a procedure he/she finds morally objectionable. There's a big difference between knowing that a procedure exists and doing the deed. However, that same doctor should not be able to make that procedure unavailable to the patient entirely. If a doctor is unwilling to perform an abortion, he/she should have to refer that patient to someone that will. Some Canadian activist tried to argue that a referral was tantamount to complicity of all things. That's moronic.
report be ordered to serve in the military for a couple of years? No....and shut up.
It really depends on the person doing the deed.First question: Has he done it before?
Being uncircumcised makes going 'dry' a lot easier.
The KKK remains an organization because of the constitution. Racism is a belief system. That's why you still see them marching and passing out pamphlets and other propaganda.Everyone has the right to be a racist and a bigot and just generally someone that the general public disapproves of. But that's pretty much all they can do. The only thing a racist can do is be racist. Period.The cake situation did not involve a gay couple being wed. It was a representative of a gay organization ordering a cake with a message in support of this organization. The owners said 'No, we're not gonna do that. It violates our principles.' They brought that to their place of business, and they were refunded their money. Unless their business licenses and permissions prohibit that sort of thing, they were well within their rights. You and I may not agree with their beliefs, but they still have their rights.Suppose the owners of that bakery were gay, Black, Jewish, Hispanic, Asian, handicapped, or left handed. The KKK hates all of these people (and yes, some branches even discriminate against left handed people). Now suppose a representative of the KKK walks into a bakery owned by one of these groups of people and wanted to order a cake for their next bash. Would anyone bat an eyelash if these people refused their business? And if these people refused the business of members of the KKK, would that be considered discrimination? This is a good way to put it. These conversations always fall apart when we fail to take the organization's history into account. There are some legal situations that are just too grey to be taken at face value. In Canada, it's legal to be naked in public as long as you don't violate the "community standard". Through that section of the law, public nudity is functionally illegal. This has allowed certain individuals to win the right to be naked, but one man was still quite publicly punished for going through a drive-thru in the buff. Looking at the situation, the judge thought it was difficult to see the man wanting anything other than "to be seen naked". The drive-thru guy was a flasher. The topfreedom girl was just comfortable. If someone wanted to use a creation of mine to support a political cause I did not agree with, I would respectfully decline. The conversation goes in a different direction if the bakery was not respectful. I don't beleive anyone has a right to custom made cakes, but the conversation takes on a different tone if the bakery was trying to make a deliberate (read: extremely public ) political statement by refusing to make the cake.It depends on circumstance. I'm not close enough to the situation to make a judgment call.
Vegans have hangups about animal cruelty. There really isn't a whole lot to it.If you beleive that the male orgasm is a form of cruelty, what the hell are you doing on Lush?
My problem is that I do get horny when writing a story.It's like porn. It's not very interesting once you finish.
I sort of thought that a guy offering to give me a blowjob implied a level of familiarity. If he was a stranger? No.If it was this lady making the offer, really emphatic no. http://upload.lushstories.com/1433879679-20140323224901!Enobaria_reaping.png
I know porn doesn't always equal real life lol.......but it still was a question that needed to be answered! No it wasn't.
Are you male or female? - MaleHow old are you? - Twenty TwoHow many times a week do you masturbate? - Daily, unless I'm having a bad day.How many times do you orgasm each time you play? - Once. Where do you masturbate? In bed? - YesIn the shower? - YesIn the bath? - YesOutdoors? - YesAt work? - Only on a bad day.Every room in the house? - I don't keep track, but probably not.In a car while traveling... ? - Oh, probably! (If I had a car, that is) What do you fantasize about when you play? A significant other? - Yeah.A friend? - Oh, hell yes.A friend's spouse? - Nope.A stranger? - Nope.A student? - I was hard for them when they were still students, so technically yes.A member of the same sex? - Oh my, yes.A past lover? - I know I shouldn't.... but yes. What position do you play in? On your back? - Mainly, yes.Standing? - Not often.Kneeling? - Numb knees. Hell no.Sitting? - When I'm not lying down, chances are I'm sitting in a chair.Lying on tummy? - Wait, how do I reach? How do you play? With your left hand? Or the right? - Both hands.With a toy? - Not often, but yes.With water from bath? - No.Written erotica? - ...Lush MemberPictures? - Yes.Movie clips online? - Yes.Videos? - Yes.Something on TV? - What is your favorite porn? Straight sex between man and woman? - It's been a while since I've seen really good straight porn, but I'll say yes to this.Gay or lesbian sex? - Most of the time, yes.Group sex or orgies? - Not often more than a threesome.Blow jobs/oral sex? - That's usually a part of it.Cumshots? - Those too.Anal? - Gay men. It sort of goes with the territory.Interracial? - No.Age play? - No.S&M? - Not to imply I'm uninterested, but no.Role playing? - No.Kinky? - Wait, and none of that stuff was? Have you ever masturbated to...? Email messages? - No.A chat room dialogue? - Once before, yes.Exchanged stories or pictures? - Er... Important life lesson: Keep your sex life far away from technology. Have you ever...? Been caught masturbating? - Once.Masturbated for a man/woman? - No.Masturbated for the same sex? - While sex was happening, yes.Masturbated in a group? - No.Masturbated for a photo? - No.Masturbated for a webcam? - No.Masturbated for a video? - No. See my above stance on sex and technology. Do you ever...? Play with nipples/breasts when masturbating? - Yes.Insert something or play with your ass? - ...Yes.Insert something in mouth when masturbating? - No.Use pain as a method of playing? - Not intense pain, but yes. For men and women: Do you taste your cum? - Do I? No. Have I? Yes.When was the last time you masturbated? - Just last night.Are you wet or hard now? - At the end of this exhaustive interview? No.Are you going to masturbate now? - Not right now, but in a bit.Are you a masturbation addict? - No.What is the most you have played in one day? - I may have once stretched to three. Not that I tried, though.
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