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Crapbag123
Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 6:48:57 AM

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It takes a while but you soon get to know the warning signs. As a man I find the women I engage in normal conversation are the most "real" and I've got several who I know for sure are 100% the correct gender if you catch my drift. You can never be sure but just don't rush into anything.
BelleduJour
Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 7:13:21 AM

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sky_west wrote:
It goes like this: in society 2% of women consider themselves lesbian and 3% bisexual. That's just 5% of women that consider themselves non-straight. Here it's 73%. And, yes, I researched it. Ladies and gentlemen, it is nonsense. In most cases they are men posing as women in order to get with les or bi women. The joke's on them: lots of other men had the same idea so all they get with is other fakes...


Indeed it is Lapplause



Dancing_Doll
Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 7:38:25 AM

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JasonM wrote:


Well, sometimes certain groups are like that.

In the close circle of real life friends I have, which numbers 13

2 Straight men (myself and one other)
1 Gay man
3 Bi-men

1 Straight woman
2 Lesbian women
4 Bi-women

So in our little group, 3 of 13 are straight - and one 1 of 7 of the women - that's 86% of the women I call close friends being at least bi.

You can't take society as a whole and plunk their numbers into a sub-set, such as we have here. It falls apart.

Until proven otherwise, I trust what the person puts in their profile as truth.


Same here. In my circle of real life friends the ratio is probably 80:20 bisexual to straight. In these cases - the 'bisexual' bit just means they've at least fooled around with a girl before - not necessarily had full relationships with both genders.

As for profiles here - it doesn't matter that much to me, but I probably wouldn't bother getting too chummy with someone if there were red flags. I'm not interested in cyber or anything, so as far as casual chat and laughs, I base it more on the vibe I get from them and whether there's something in common. I'm friends with both guys and girls here, so if you remove the cyber-element, it doesn't matter as much.

I'll admit that I do stay away from the bitchy "NO MEN" profiles that usually feature bikini/nude selfies ripped from amateur porn sites and overly sexed up profiles. I think I do have a decent "that's not a real girl" radar so I tend to keep those people at arm's length - but they're typically looking for sex-chat, so it's an obvious mismatch anyway.


Weavindreams
Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 8:30:09 AM

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My take on it is, if YOU want to try to use tis as a "dating" site, feel free. I'm here for the FANTASY aspect and don't much give a damn about the REALITY of the other person's identity! You enjoy YOUR fantasy I'll enjoy mine! And, some FEW INTELLIGENT INDIVIDUALS and I are happily enjoying them with one another...BECAUSE we KNOW it's fantasy and WILL REMAIN SO!


Guest
Posted: Saturday, January 4, 2014 8:59:41 AM

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Very no.

But that's business as usual online.
DMphilly78
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 11:54:44 AM

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Have to talk with them for a while and you will always know...
hayley
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 12:20:24 PM

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Mysteria27 wrote:
I have had people wanting to confirm via yahoo messenger. They just want to hear your voice and make certain. That's one way to do it.


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hayley
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 12:23:27 PM

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Frank wrote:

I had to change my profile from sexy single lady as I was receiving too much interest!
Seriously affected me so much I even stopped shaving my mustache.


evil4



you are just a riot Frank.. no wonder u r on my friend's list.. u sooo make me smile {}[bh]


hayley
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 12:42:46 PM

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Applause
slipperywhenwet2012 wrote:
I take everything here at face value. But after a few conversations with someone (or sometimes just one convo), I'm pretty good with figuring out if they're lying about being a female or not. I have to say that I personally haven't come across any women on here pretending to be men (that I'm aware of). But I have come across quite a few men here masquerading as women. It's really easy to figure out. They pretend to be bisexual or lesbian to get their kinks out...and they usually want nothing to do with men, even on a casual friendship level.

Show me a lesbian/bisexual woman here who is hostile towards men without being provoked, and most likely you've got yourself a man. Is this always the case? Of course not. But usually it is.

But as far as looking at a profile and immediately not trusting the gender, I don't go that far. It takes a bit of interaction for my instincts to kick in.



Applause I agree with D and with Sandra .. the voice/conversation gives it away either immediately or over time.. and if u do cyber with them.. I think there is a difference in the way a woman makes love to a woman...
this is hard for me to substantiate not having bedded a male.. but sometimes .. on those rare cybering occasions [giggles].. it comes across just all wrong..

having interactions on facebook[god help me] with friends and others from here helps.. I am also on a dating site which has a lesbian section.. I don't think Lush rules allow me to advertise it .. but I would happily recommend it Embarassed .. so far have only struck two female impersonators..






Guest
Posted: Thursday, January 9, 2014 1:18:59 PM

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No....it's very important to get to know the person, as the truth will be revealed.d'oh!
Guest
Posted: Friday, September 5, 2014 6:32:47 AM

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I do trust people , However I do tend to see how we get along first before any video or picture exchange takes place. Allso I have a friend on here who has been a great help to me explaining what to look for, Who to avoid , Plus when I get a reply how I can try and work out if its genuine or not. She has been a great help. I do find it a little bizzare that some males on here are trying to be females . That is the bit I don't get ? . Why not be honest and just enjoy the site for the amazing stories and wonderful people on here.

HeraTeleia
Posted: Friday, September 5, 2014 8:53:10 AM

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I do take the profile gender at face value, but it's the subsequent conversations that reveal that the "female" is really a male. Not too difficult, men and women tend to have different speaking and interaction styles. I won't name names, but I've defriended and blocked my share of "women". d'oh!

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Maryana
Posted: Friday, September 5, 2014 8:58:53 AM

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Here? Nope

mommylisa
Posted: Friday, September 5, 2014 1:52:11 PM

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I generally take people at face value - I am fairly trusting. When you take the time to learn about someone and know them as a person instead of just words on a screen then you know who they really are. Yes, some people here are great and others you find yourself fumbling for the mace just to spray your keyboard with after you talked to them. But it is like that anywhere.
secretspice
Posted: Sunday, September 21, 2014 5:57:18 PM

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I'm very leery of peoples profile pages, lots of time there not usually what there saying they are, and the only way you'll find out if the person is legiate is to cam with them to see for yourself...
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