Forum posts made by nazhinaz

Topic Happy Birthday Nicola!!!
Posted 17 Jul 2016 00:02

A very happy birthday though a little belated.

Posted 14 Nov 2014 05:34

Wish You a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY darling.

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 04 Dec 2013 03:16

Dude, you're just making it worse for yourself now. If you find it to be torture, there's a simple solution, don't look. What kinds of labs are you working in where girls walk around in their panties? Your example makes no sense.
How does the dress code at your work place have anything to do with violence against women, or even men? Both genders can be abused, true, but your comparing that to your sexual frustration is like you're playing down the seriousness of the situation.

Let me narrate an incident.

A girl of say 30 or so walked in with absolutely transparent see through top with no bra & her nipples visible.

She sat opposite to the man who was supposed to draw blood.

The poor guy poked her arm at least 10 times to draw the blood.

She continued sitting in the lab for report.

Could someone, even a girl working could get focused on the job?

You think that's what one should not discuss about?

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 04 Dec 2013 03:05

Wait a second... Since when was your case of blue balls and ADHD considered violence towards men?

PLEASE tell me again what I should wear and how to wear it. Oh right... It's called my freedom. As long as it follows the law of the land and general populace you can go to hell with your constraints and get some self-discipline. Learn how to control your impulses better. I've had more than enough of misogynistic assholes blaming someone else for THEIR infidelity and telling me what I can and cannot do according to their comfort.

You've got to be shitting me. A fucking dress code... Gimme a break.

I believe my response above does help to clarify my point.

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 04 Dec 2013 03:04

This is just sad, very sad, all of it.

It is rather strange for me that I am being bullied for suggesting a dress code at work place for girls.

I wonder if a girl would like to wander around with mere panties or a tight jeans in which her pussy lips are semi visible, moves in a lab while we are

testing a blood sample?

Will that be considered an appropriate dress code?

Will that be infringement of fundamental rights of a girl?

Beaches yes; but work place does need a decorum to be maintained.

What if looking at a semi visible pussy lips wander my concentration & I give a wrong report of the blood?

Who in fact would be responsible for the jeopardy of the life of the man?

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 03 Dec 2013 22:12

It's hard to tell if you're actually being serious or making a really, really bad joke. You really can't be serious with this.


But for that we must try and enhance the awareness of equality of gender in Africa and other third World countries; especially Muslim countries.

But we (our governments) are partnering the sheikhdoms of Saudi Arabia & others for oil benefits.

Similarly the rulers are partnering with the ruling elite of Africa in Angola, Ethiopia and others.

But I still insist that there should be a dress code for girls so that male minds do not wander around their nipples and thighs.

That's for the work place ethics.

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 03 Dec 2013 21:54

I am pretty sure he was reffering to childhood when saying that, but could be wrong as well. \

I really mean torture that you pretty girls perpetrate torture upon the male gender.

How about the bare breasted girls on the beach?

What about kissing girls as lesbians?

What about even female friends rubbing their heals over the cocks in jeans while seated in eating places or just in living rooms?

What I wanna convey is that the delicate gender is surely exposed to physical violence from males especially in the third world countries;

but millions of 'Liberated' girls among the developed world are out to torture male gender by constantly reducing the length of their skirts,

lowering the v line of their necklines and prefer to stay bra less with pointed hard nipples for us to keep looking at.


I hate burka covered faces as it coers the beauty endowed to you.

But surely want that the work dress be a code of decency so that male gender can stay concentrated to their work.

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 02 Dec 2013 02:19

All violence is reprehensible, I think we can agree. The existence of targeted violence against men because they are men is a) much (much) smaller and b) does not have an army of cultural apologists.

I believe the term violence is conceived in much narrower perspective.
Violence against Male gender is not merely physically bur mental and sexual too.
Is it not a mental torture to take a man to sexual height and leave him unsatisfied?
Most girls do tease like that and I conceive it a worst form of violence.

Topic International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
Posted 29 Nov 2013 23:46

We too are treated so bad by our partners or friends from other gender.
I believe United Nations formed in 1945 did right to add violence against women and to observe a day for that cause.

Topic Education in life
Posted 29 Nov 2013 23:38

Education, seems to be the answer to most things in life. If you haven't already learnt about a topic, life can come along and give you a first class lesson.

What would be an important thing you have learnt from life?

What I learnt in life?

Love humanity; even ignorance and uneducated people all over the World are as human as I am.

So Love them and treat them with love and kindness.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 29 Nov 2013 23:32

Let me add.
I too am an atheist. I was raised in a conservative Muslim family.
But I left God after reading science and Darwin.
But Life has taught me not to confront my thinking or my conclusions to others.
I do have a right to hold my thinking as I feel it is based on scientific knowledge
Most important is to have a smiling tolerance even to those who do believe in God or Gods.
As we have arrived at an understanding o=based on knowledge.
They prefer to base their understanding on belief and hearsay.
As equal human beings, we all are entitled to equal treatment.
To Stephnie I would very humbly suggest that let's not confront others with our understand as is being done by priests of Religions.
Please show tolerance even to something that we feel or know is ignorance; coz this ignorance too is human.

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Posted 07 Nov 2013 19:16

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Posted 03 Nov 2013 21:58

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Topic Malala - Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize
Posted 17 Oct 2013 01:18

I am glad that Nobel peace prize Committee did not award Malala this year.
She at 16 has such a long life to attain much more.
Surely she is brave and has stood ground against Talibans.
She was given another life by the Birmingham.
She spoke openly and did say very positive words for educating the kids from less blessed and under developed countries of the World including her own, Pakistan.
But to attain Nobel peace, let her put in more efforts in her goal.
She surely has an important goal; but she needs to put much more efforts and attain something positive before being awarded Nobel.

Topic Do you think a person needs to accomplish or do something in order to be special? Or are people, simply by existing, special alr
Posted 07 Oct 2013 00:42

I was sure up until the middle that I could follow your reasoning but... bravo

My whole idea is that what makes us special is the thought that we need to preserve even our worst enemies.
Snakes that bite to kill and Lions that tear us apart.

We, the human beings have now come to a consensus that to preserve the diversity of this environment
It is IMPERATIVE to keep and protect even those animals and even herbs that have played role of our worst enemies
during these thousands or millions of years of evolution.

This conceptualization of the World as a whole entity makes us special.

All those who consider this World and its inhabitants including animals, plants and hills as integral part of this World are

Topic Why is the universe so big?
Posted 07 Oct 2013 00:28

Another theory; though no proof as yet.
Black holes are rotating at a speed faster than light and thus can't be seen.
Black holes engulf all matter and energy that comes closer to black holes.
There's no distinction between either black energy or black matter and/or visible matter/energy.
Once Black hole has engulfed it; nothing is visible.
We don't understand what happens to that energy/ matter.
Theory presumes that after rotating at velocity greater than light, the energy is refreshed and churned out from other side of Black Hole.
This form of refreshed energy is part of A NEW UNIVERSE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF BLACK HOLES.
Just a presumption.

Topic Would life really be better if everyone was honest, literally about everyting?
Posted 06 Oct 2013 00:50

Life is too short to be dishonest. Lies hurt more then the truth. Doesn't mean you have to blurt things out to hurt people, a sense of discretion in all parts of life is required! But hiding things, be false, is a very sad way to live life I would think. Must be extremely unhealthy too.

I agree.
One may have an honest opinion about another,
still this "honest opinion" can be couched in words that are polite and positive.
Honesty doesn't mean rude or crude expression of opinion when it is not desired.

Topic Why is the universe so big?
Posted 05 Oct 2013 23:17

I agree with theoretical formulations of Seaker4.
But to respond to the basics of the question, "Why is universe so big".
Maybe we need to learn about the infinite different variations that come up to us.
And many more than never come up.
Lets keep learning and educating ourselves & our posterity.

Topic Do you think a person needs to accomplish or do something in order to be special? Or are people, simply by existing, special alr
Posted 05 Oct 2013 22:04

I believe we, the Homo Sapiens are special.
Our evolutionary process has led us to the height of evolutionary tree.
This evolution has made us thinking, analyzing and recollecting prowess.
It has also given us the power to destroy other species as well as US the humans too.
But it has given us the rationale to decide not to destroy US or even others; even the highly venomous snakes who can and do kill some of US.
We have come to realize that the destruction of US lies in the destruction of the environment that is sustainable with our efforts.
And we are now working hard to make the future of mankind more sustainable.

Topic George H.W. Bush is witness to same sex wedding.
Posted 02 Oct 2013 03:15

Time is real change factor.
It hardly matter if the former President & his spouse attended as PRIVATE CITIZENS or not.
What really matters is the presence to same sex marriage which has been abhorred by the former President when advocated earlier.
Surely we gonna see much more changes amongst the rank & file of conservatives.

Posted 17 Sep 2013 03:28

A very happy birthday sweet Poppet.

I hope I did tell you that in India Poppet is a salty sweet enjoyed after taking all the sweets.

Thus Poppet is the finale of sweets.

Topic Breastfeeding
Posted 10 Sep 2013 07:12

I'm not surprised at this...coming from a guy. Breasts are MADE for BREASTFEEDING children. Their main function is not for sexual arousal of partners tho they can and are used for is not their intended main function.

I guess the "beauty and glory" is meant for the young because after a woman uses her breasts for their intended functional use, not too many women, magazines, movies, adverts...etc...use them again as instruments of glory. I haven't seen the saggy breasted woman selling cars, restaurants, name it. It's the youthful showing cleavage or they are covered up. In fact, a silly case in point still makes the point, In "There's Something About Mary" there was the scene where Cameron Diaz was changing her tee shirt and Matt Damon was spying thru binoculars. He moved the binoculars and when he searched for her again, he ended up looking in the next door neighbor's window who had saggy breasts. It was a comedic moment which is my point here. So, so much for society's perception of the beauty and glory.

So sad that a woman performing a completely normal and non sexual function is scorned but the women flash sexy all over the screen, big or little, is glorified.

Reminds of how society can talk forever about Paula Dean making a racial statement, and people are willing to talk about her ad naseum. But talk about the politician who makes racial comment(s) is political. Oh...we can't talk about that, can we? We can't talk politics (accept in think Society has their priorities a bit backwards.

Try to understand me.
Hundreds of thousands of girls all over the world never beget a baby and thus never feed with their breasts.
What function do these women have with their breasts?
Again, thousands of girls unfortunately loose their breasts due to breast cancer.
Why do they go for restorative or cosmetic surgery?
If the main function of breasts was to feed babies, when there are no babies what is the purpose of their breasts?
Similarly, when girls loose breast due to breast cancer, why do they go for cosmetic surgery?

Topic Syria in great trouble
Posted 10 Sep 2013 06:53

Please, the members of Congress, understand the reality.
We can't do what the Syrian people could not during their "fight for democracy" for the last almost 3 years.
We can't change the ground reality; the religious forces do have majority following in Syria and other Middle Eastern countries.
Why should we dabble in Syria when we do have so much at hand in US?

Topic Egyptian Military Coup or new turn for Democracy?
Posted 10 Sep 2013 06:39

Morsi was the wrong guy, take it from me this is a great thing! The Army is the vanguard of the Egyptian people. The Muslim Brotherhood is the path to destruction in any civilized nation. They take power at the ballot box then there will not be another election. Women will be second class citizens, people will be subject to brutal sharia law. Take it from the girl who cries as she is watching her country being torn apart by religious fanatics.

I am sorry, but the fact is that most of the Middle Eastern countries do have a large following of the religious parties like Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
But that's a ground reality.
Can we all, the followers of democracy and fundamental human rights (including rights of women) undo the ground reality?
What we can hope and wish is that the democratic rule will usher in the rule of Law which will guarantee equal rights for all, including women.
What the Middle Eastern educated middle class could not do (change the will of the people), are we sitting in USA or Europe should force upon the people there?
I am sure none here would suggest that, including you.

Topic I have a dream...
Posted 01 Sep 2013 05:08

I dream for peace in the world. Sorry to say that isn't going to happen.

Why you so pessimist?
Why you think we never gonna have peace among States
We already close to attain peace; maybe another generations of two.

When big and nuclear states agreed to destroy; though slowly; their nuclear arsenals, we advancing peace among states.

Yep; peace among people can never be attained nor should It be desired.
It us the friction among people that brings forth the spirit of competition which in result does bring in creativity into play.

Topic Lecturer shagging uni student, taboo or no?
Posted 21 Jul 2013 01:25

As a professional teacher (Post grad level), we have been given to understand that its highly unethical for a teacher to indulge in sexual relationship with his/her pupil.
As I stated above, at the post grad level, the age difference hardly counts.
Its the power to help or decide for the pupil that makes it unethical to indulge in sex with students.
Even if one is not in a position to directly influence the student/trainee, still indirectly he/she can wield an influence over the career of students/trainees.
Sex is basic need; yes, but still incest, though indulged occasionally, is a taboo.
I do know of some professors of mine who did indulge in sex with their students and some even married too.
But it has been and still is considered unethical.
Let me state here, the ethical standards are socially set and accepted.
What is ethical for American or European societies may not be ethical for the countries of Middle East or even some of the Far East.
But still, even in those counties of the Middle East (Muslim countries) indulgence in sex beyond or besides marriage is there; though may not be legal.
What I want to drive at is that basic natural need; indulgence in sex with whom we like: can never be overcome.
We may as professional teachers believe that sex with students/trainees is unethical; but natural desire can and will make its way.
Lets enjoy fulfilling our natural desires as we like and let the ethical standards be there for guidance of those who want to adhere.

Topic Breast feeding in public.
Posted 20 Jul 2013 10:37

I've travelled to countries where breasting a child is considered totally natural; nobody even pays any attention when the mother exposes her nipple.

In Britain, the attitude is totally different; breast feeding in public is, almost, seen as a crime, a moral outrage even.

How do you feel about this?

I have myself witnessed a girl (appox. 25 years of age), breast feeding her child at British Museum London) with hundreds if not thousands walking and watching her boob as she was feeding.

Topic Which is hotter.. first kiss or first fuck?
Posted 20 Jul 2013 02:25

First kiss not for me.
First ever fuck, neither I nor she can forget.
We were in a ladies toilet locked and hurried undressed.
She placed her one foot on commode to give access to me.
I was pushing my hard cock at a wrong place; she took it in her hand and placed it right.
I thrust deep in one go; and she squirted, all over my cock, my mound, my thighs and the floor.
Met her recently after decades and she still remembers it.
As she never squirted either before or after that.

Topic What advice would you give planet Earth?
Posted 16 Jul 2013 02:13

I don't think as an aliens coming over to earth could give any advice.
I as an alien, would be busy finding my way on this earth which has
poor and rich, luxury cars and pedestrians, sick due to overeating and malnutrition. dying without medication.
As an alien I would join some crash program to learn some important languages.
And most important, trying to get some cash in my pocket to meet any of the above exigencies.

Topic Egyptian Military Coup or new turn for Democracy?
Posted 12 Jul 2013 22:33

An important development.
USA has suggested the Interim President of Egypt to release Mr. Mursi, the elected President, now under detention of the Military of Egypt.
Hope USA making the suggestion to protect & preserve the DEMOCRACY in Egypt.