I'm Grae, 20 year old, artsy-fartsy language student from the North of England. I tend to stick to my own little corner here, happy to accept new 'friends' for a natter though.Send me a wee message if you wanna chat. - G"...and leaning down beside the glowing bars, murmur a little sadly how love fled, and paced upon the mountains overhead,and hid his face amid a crowd of stars"
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Like the others said, accept it. Whether you love this person or not you should not for any reason badger them for any kind of sex if they don't want to partake! Talking about it can be a way forward but often it seems that can just end up being a passive aggressive way to coerce somebody. Someone on this thread left the comment "On the one hand, if she really likes you, I would think she would do it anyway, just to please you", to me that is not a good enough reason. You should do it because you want to, not purely because you want to please someone or make them like you. We put so much importance on sex that it seems it can be easy to forget that both partners need to be happy with the act. First comes being comfortable and wanting to do something, then comes doing it to please someone else.
-retracting my post after reading the update, I don't think what I had to input is applicable with the new info!
I find breasts as attractive as the next person but the notion that women's nipples are somehow too offensive or indecent (insert adjective here) to be seen in public just astounds me. I do believe that breasts are classed as "secondary sex characteristics" rather than a sexual organ, others include pubic/facial hair growth and growth of the adam's apple. Isn't it funny that we chose to sexualize and breasts and make women cover them, but don't encourage men to cover their adam's apples and beards. Though I've said that before and been met with the comeback "but tits are just sexy!", so who knows...As for some of the comments about rape being more likely if women are to go topless in public I disagree entirely. Rape happens whether a person is fully clothed or naked. Bad people do bad things and the amount of clothing between them and what they want will not prevent it. Perhaps it makes victim blaming more easy but it's not like society struggles with that in the first place, we love blaming the victim rather than the one who did the crime. I would hope that if seeing breasts became common place, when not sexualized i.e. not in a magazine used to objectify, then they might be seen for their primary function: nourishing infants, and regarded in the same way as we see male nipples. - Just another body part, that can be sexy during sexytime.I may have gone a little off topic here, but personally I don't think it should be a problem for women to go topless in public, by that I mean anywhere it is acceptable for men to be topless. I'm not thinking of whilst at a fancy restaurant or having a stroll around town. When it comes to rape people need to know that no matter what s/he does it is NEVER the victims fault. Always, always, always the fault of the perpetrator, and while teaching rape prevention and what to do if it does happen is good and useful, we need to focus more on the idea of teaching why not to rape! In conclusion, why shouldn't we whack our tits out?
Blackbeard having a tea party... :D (Blackbeard's Tea Party is a really awesome band)
Eurgh, the worst kind of tan line ;) https://upload.lushstories.com/969565565-tan line.gif
That's not a purely English thing, it isn't any better in Germany. I learned French for a few years in school as an elective, but I can hardly recall anything. I speak German (my native tongue) and English, and I can understand bits and pieces of Spanish that I picked up on holidays. If someone speaks slowly, I can often get the gist of Dutch, Danish, Swedish and Icelandic, probably because I'm fluent in all German dialects and they tend to have a lot of similarities, but I'm unable to say a single sentence in those. Yeah, I realise it's the same situation in lots of places but I do feel like other countries push students more when it comes to languages, it seems most people have some grasp of English but I know very few English who can say more than "hello" in another language. Perhaps I'm biased, my university in England is a tiny one, in my largest class there are only 21 people! Here (France) I'm at a "small" uni but I have lectures with up to 200 people.
English is my mother tongue, I speak French and Spanish - studying them at uni. I'm learning some Portuguese alongside and trying to teach myself Arabic. Its proving to be incredibly difficult though.I understand some Italian, Catalan and Portuguese because quite a lot is similar to French and Spanish. I did 5 years of German in high school but it wasn't really my métier, I only remember a few phrases now. The way the schools teach languages in England, or my school at least, leads languages to become rather unpopular. I know very few people outside of my studies who are interested.
I love nipple piercings, got my right one done a couple of months back, guys seem to like it! I like them a lot on other girls, fun to play with. Though I prefer when just one nipple is pierced. Clit piercings make me cringe, I look at them and all I see is pain! It's some brave women getting that done!!
Cauldron, broomstick and black cat.
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