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Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Franzo on Today at 01:09:05 PM »
A woman just accepting self-admitted irrationality as legitimate outright? I am shocked.

Guy is prob just a mealticket in her eyes. If the gut instinct over your partner is "this guy is so biologically repulsive to me I have icky feelings imagining carrying his child" just lol, you're a lying parasite. The only reason she wouldn't admit it is because it would hurt her "lifestyle".
I'd ask why supergirl is a mixed race mongrel but I know the answer.
I think that's just an artist who doesn't understand how shadows and lighting work
Goon Acres / Re: The Feminism Thread
« Last post by Handyman on Today at 11:51:08 AM »
As soon as I heard about this my thoughts turned to the whoever designed it and the likelihood that they would have some sort of "diversity" program that they are proud of.

Edit:  I went to their website and I didn't see anything like that.  Nevertheless, there is better than a 50/50 chance that "diversity" was an underlying factor in the incompetence that led to this accident.
I still say that Hillary is a god figure to the left and like some ancient leaders, they very well may try to hide her death if she croaks. The leadership sees too much value in her STRONG WOMYNST MESSAGE
I'd ask why supergirl is a mixed race mongrel but I know the answer.
Israelis do not have a right to firearms ownership.  Pictures you see are state issued firearms.  Private ownership is only permitted for retired LE or military or in rare cases where the person is in a border region like in some kibbutz.  Regular old citizens are not allowed to own firearms.

Except in Israel serving is mandatory, so almost everyone is former military. 
Israelis do not have a right to firearms ownership.  Pictures you see are state issued firearms.  Private ownership is only permitted for retired LE or military or in rare cases where the person is in a border region like in some kibbutz.  Regular old citizens are not allowed to own firearms.
Goon Acres / Re: redditors.txt
« Last post by Dem Wypipo on Today at 08:14:02 AM »

The title is vague because I couldn't figure out how to explain this succinctly. I am engaged to the most amazing guy, we have a very healthy and loving relationship and can't wait to get married. Before we met I was always very sure I wanted kids biologically. Having and raising good kids was an important goal of marriage to me. During our 5 years of dating, I slowly began to be put off by the idea of having children with my SO. I still wanted kids very much, but not children conceived by us.

For the past 3 years, I have had my heart very much set on adoption and being involved in the foster care system. I have other really good reasons for this, the main one being a personal and faith-based calling to this. I am very excited to adopt children and have 0 regrets about the choice to not have children biologically. My SO does want to have at least 1 child from us but is very much ok with the idea that we only adopt. However, what worries me about the whole thing is that my initial reason for this and my gut feeling is that I wouldn't want our genes being passed onto our child... And if I'm being honest, it's more that I don't think I would want my SO passing on himself to our child.

I'll be clear, my SO has no major health issues, his family has some normal genetic health concerns ie. diabetes in people over 75, high blood pressure in older family members. He is overweight but not obese and not so much in that it impedes his life in any way. I realized this is strange and kind of irrational thought because it seems like most people really want to have children that are part them and part of their SO. But when I think about our child being 'part' SO, I feel like I wouldn't want that. Even if I was with someone else I think I would still want to adopt but unfortunately, I also think I would be more open to having a biological child as well.

This has led to me having lots of weird private discussions in my head where I try to figure out why the idea of having a random child from other people is pleasant but the idea of having a child from my wonderful SO is not. I have realized that I am likely not attracted to my SO in the way I know he is towards me. This is not a question of if I should be with my SO, we really are great together and I am happy to start a life with him. I am just unsure why I feel so strongly about this and if it's really a manifestation of something worse about how I view my SO and if this could have repercussions in our relationship later on. Has anyone else ever felt this way? Trying to discuss this with friends is just impossible since even I am aware of how strange it sounds.

tl;dr: Want children but not biologically with my wonderful SO, worry that this is a sign of something sinister in my feelings towards my SO. Anyone else felt this way towards their SO?

A strong independent womyn wants to have children, just not with her fiancee.  Naturally, r/relationships don't seem too receptive to that idea.  Her responses:

I am honestly surprised that everyone here is saying this is such a worrisome thing. I get that just by itself it sounds bad but we really love each other, we have in every other aspect what I would see as a great relationship. Is attraction really that important? Do people only marry others they are overwhelmingly attracted too? I ask this only because I am not the type of person to get attracted to how people look. I never 'feel' things looking at typically attractive guys, I am only into to people once I get to know their personalities.

I would never ever entertain the idea of cheating. I've met people and thought they were awesome great guys who would make great partners but I am very happy to come home to my SO. Having kids biologically isn't something I need, I am very excited about the idea of fostering and adopting outside of this issue.

This is pretty upsetting to hear. I guess I don't think of it as keeping secrets. He knows that I want to choose adoption in part because I have a weird feeling about our genes being passed on to our children. I don't even know how you tell the person you love that you likely aren't as attracted to them as they are to you. It's a weird thing to say seeing as one person is likely always going to be more attracted to one person than the other.

I'm attracted to who he is as a person, I want to be with him. You are right about the other points. This is just, wow. A completely different perspective on my relationship.

I guess most people would be proud to have children that are half of their SO.

I don't know. It's just a strong gut feeling that I don't think we should have kids together. I myself am trying to come up with reasons behind the feeling.

I think it is specific to him. Although I’ve actually never been with someone else so it’s hard to say for sure.

I am not worried that my child will be ugly, it's more of a gut feeling? Like that, I just wouldn't want to have kids with this man. I don't know exactly why I have this feeling, hence all the thinking I've been doing about this. I would want to raise kids with him but the idea of us making a child just feels wrong?

I am attracted to him, maybe just not as much as he feels about me and I think maybe not how most people feel about their SO. It's not about my kids being ugly, I am not shallow and worried about their appearance. It's more of a weird gut feeling that even I am trying to decipher.
Meanwhile in Africa: http://sunnewsonline.com/i-slept-with-1400-girls-impregnated-600-in-6-african-countries-french-tourists-recounts/

A French tourist has admitted impregnating more than 600 women in six African countries within two years. Forty-year old Jean Michel made the revelation on an online news site “Africa24”.

The six countries included Nigeria, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Togo, Ghana and Guinea.

Why it matters:  Many Africans see all westerners as very wealthy people who can change their lives. They easily give in to all their requests and desires and are taken advantage of.

His confession has been translated from French to English by Simon Ateba in Washington, District of Columbia:

“Good morning Africa 24, I have a confession to make about the havoc I have wreaked in six African countries, including Cameroon, Togo, Cote D’Ivoire, Nigeria, Ghana and Guinea. I am not proud of what I have done. These were unfortunate experiences.

“In France where I hail from, I did not have money. I was very poor until one day I played and won lottery. I won 550 thousand euros. It was the largest sum of money I had received in life.

“I did not know what to do, and a friend suggested we travel to Africa. We obtained all the documents, entry visa, and the rest, and our first stop was Ivory Coast.

“In Abidjan (the capital of Ivory Coast), we rented a furnished apartment. We had money to spend and met Ivorian people and we became friends. They introduced young Ivorian girls to us, and that’s when it all started.

“I began having sex with girls every day. Sometimes, I would sleep with three girls at the same time. It was a marvelous experience.

“I worried less about my health. All I wanted was to have fun. My friends and I were in a night club in the town every day looking for girls.

“One time, I met a girl and gave her money, and she told me to be engaged to her. She was ready to get pregnant for me. I don’t know whether it was the money they liked or the fact that I was from France that attracted them.

“I spent three months in Ivory Coast, spent 60, 000 euros and slept with more than 80 girls.

“After leaving Ivory Coast, I went to Togo where I slept with over 100 girls and spent 40, 000 euros.

“I spent three months in Togo and went to Nigeria.

“Nigeria was where I got more girls. I did not speak English, and it seems Nigerian girls love foreigners.

“I rented a furnished apartment in Nigeria and I was in Lagos for six months. I spent 100,000 euros and slept with 230 girls. Nigeria was the place I appreciated the most. Girls were always available and easy to deceive.

“From Nigeria, I went to Ghana, and then Cameroon and ended what I describe as my sex tour in Guinea.

“I was in those three countries for more than a year and spent over 200, 000 euros. If I told you I slept with more than 700 girls in those three countries, you won’t believe me, but it was unbelievable!

“In all, I slept with more than 1,400 girls in six different African countries. I have all their pictures in my photo album, including the dates we met, their names and phone numbers. I opened a Facebook account only for them.

“Since I returned to France, I have had more than 600 of them who told me they got pregnant for me. Some committed abortion, and I do not know exactly how many finally gave birth.

“Africa is a marvelous continent. Girls are beautiful and very sexy. All they want is a man who has money, and the worst is when he’s white.

“I realised that they love having mixed race babies. I do not know why, but many would do anything to get pregnant for you. 100 euros is plenty of money in Africa.

“To summarise, I went on a sex tour in Africa, I slept with 1,400 girls in two years and more than 600 got pregnant.

“I know many of you would judge me, but I do not care about your insults. I know that what I did is not good, but I enjoyed my stay in Africa, and I am planning another trip to Senegal, Mali, Gabon, Benin, Niger and Democratic Republic of Congo.

“The day after I returned to France, I went to the hospital for medical exams, and luckily, I was HIV negative, and I did not have any other infectious disease.

“My friend was also negative and we are planning another trip.

“I did not go to secondary school, so disregard my grammatical errors. Thank you for reading my story”.
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