Topic Can you really ever stop loving someone after a relationship is over?
14 Jan 2014 23:59
It's been a couple of years now and I still think of my ex boyfriend often. It is not a matter of not having moved on, it's just that it was a long term relationship that impacted me on so many levels. We loved, we laughed, we cried, we experienced so much of life together. It ended because we were heading in different paths, career wise. I have no idea how he's doing, but I hope he is well. I haven't looked him up on Facebook in almost two years because I know that if I start, it will become a habit. I still dream of him and have strong feelings for him, but I do not have grandiose ideas of being with him again or anything, but the memories are peaceful. Sometimes I feel ashamed to still have these feelings, so maybe I am not over him, but that is besides the point.
Can you really ever stop loving someone after the relationship is over?
Topic Why do men impersonate as women or post ladies' pics on their profile
10 Jun 2013 10:17
Whenever I see a profile reading, in text like this, "NO MEN!!!! NO MEN !!!!! MEN ARE DISGUSTING, SO DON'T TALK 2 ME!!!! WOMEN ONLY!!!! LADIES WELCUM ANYTYME! PLZ REQUEST MEH" I find myself rolling my eyes and figuring that it's just a guy in the guise of a woman since they are so cavalier and overly militant about it. Sure, random friend requests, chat requests and all of that jazz gets pretty old, but usually, to me, it's a tell-tale sign.
Why do men do it? More access to the women of Lush, I suppose. As somebody else said, the private pictures that they otherwise wouldn't be granted access to due to the stigma that the average Joe carries around here. I won't lie -- whenever I get a random friend request by a man without an avatar or any significant information on his profile, I think "ohhhh boy, it's the usual suspect, the average roleplay seeking man looking for a juicy chat". Unfair? Certainly, but it's just an automatic thought that pops into my head until I get to know that person a little better.
An amusing curiosity: I wonder how often it is that a man, under the guise of a woman, ends up talking to another man, under the guise of a woman, and they have a cyber chat with one another? Pretty hilarious to ponder, if you ask me!
Topic Making fun of the guys and girls in pornos, who here does it?
09 Jun 2013 19:00
All the time. The ones with the over the top moaning are the worst, or any flick with the girl making some kind of war yell (have heard this in quite a few). Just a couple of reasons why I prefer reading erotica.
Topic Change in Lush culture
19 Feb 2013 01:54
I don't consider people who write stories on a sex site to be real writers
I'm curious... what is a 'real writer' to you?
Hope you are still using the same profile and haven't rejoined with another by the time you deliver your retort.
And just to echo what a few others have said... golly gee, sex stories on a sex story website... who would have thunk it?
Topic Ladies...what's more important? The size of your mans cock or the size of his wallet?
12 Dec 2012 09:43
Neither. What's most important, to me, is that he's confident, self-assured and not afraid to step out of his comfort zone or averse to the phrase "I love you". I mention confidence and self-assured because I once (mistakenly) dated a guy that was needy, insecure (was neither when we met, it seemed), etc. Never again...
Topic Just throwing it out there...do you think I'm ugly?
04 Jun 2012 09:33
What I find most sexy in a man is one with irrational, unshakeable confidence, a passion for something and an ambition to do what he wants in life. The way he carries and presents himself, too. Hun, please don't validate (or invalidate) yourself on a sex story site forum! There's no reason at all why you should feel unattractive!
Topic make love or get fucked
16 Apr 2012 22:49
I remember reading a quote that said something like, "No girls wants to be treated like the only girl in the world, but every girl wants to be fucked like the only girl in the world." I think there's a lot of truth to that statement. For me, anyway. I'm inclined to agree!
Topic How physically aroused do you get when writing?
16 Apr 2012 21:56
I'm more of a reader than a writer, but I'm (slowly but surely) working on a story now, and I'm constantly aroused. It's almost distracting, but I think it's beneficial to the story.