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(50 People Likes) Why would anyone buy a silicone baby?
tle creepy since it falls into what is called the “uncanny valley” which means it's just life-like enough to disturb us. When my grandmother was deep into dementia towards the end of her life, she loved baby dolls, and would try to bottle feed them
(80 People Likes) Why The Change?
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(22 People Likes) What is a Sex Doll Brothel?
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(47 People Likes) If people need guns for safety, why don't they just buy imitation firearms or firearms filled with blanks/ rubber bullets?
ew, when I heard a kerfuffle outside… Being me I went to check it out. A neighbor boy of 16 was standing in the road, bleeding from his hand. I know this boy. He’s a good kid. I walk over and ask what’s happening. He said he broke a beer bottle against the doorframe in an arguement with his stepdad… I took a closer look at his hand and realized he had a pretty bad gash that needed attention… I took him back to my house to patch him up… Several other neighbors came with us… It was 2 am… On a saturday night… But everyone was up… Most of them drunk or on drugs… Many were both. So, I sit him down at my place and start cleaning his wound, he starts to tell me what happened, gets to the part where his stepdad is high and drunk and gone crazy when said stepdad comes bursting through my front door, cussing, yelling, basically acting like a pissed off meth head… I told him to leave… There were 5 other people there, plus my two toddlers asleep in the room just off the livingroom… This man was acting buckwild… He told me to shut the fuck up… at the time I kept my gun stashed down in the crack between my sofa arm and end cushion, where you wouldn’t see it even if you removed the cushion… I grabbed it. It was a revolver, 9 shot .22, I kept the first three chambers empty as it had no safety… As I brought it up I spun the barrel and cocked it… I said, “I said, get the fuck out of my house.” His eyes went big as saucers and he stumbled, backwards, out the door… He went to his house and got his gun… Neighbors saw him stomping toward my place with a 10 guage and stopped him… If they hadn’t, I’d have had 7 people, 3 of them kids, to defend from a madman with a shotgun… Would a fake
(13 People Likes) Why is it common and socially acceptable in Eastern countries like Japan, Korea or China for single men to have life-sized woman sex dolls instead of a girlfriend/wife, but not in the West?
Russian and Ukrainian women… ) refuse to date local Asian men, find them generally repulsive and they get angry when we don’t find the local female population repulsive and prefer to date the local population over the expat cat/DVD women who refuse to let go of their tightly held racial dating preferences.* That we don’t think the same as them when it comes to dating the local population, they probably see our overall preferences as a betrayal of them physically and our ‘shared values’ thus the bile comes out in the guise of racism, anger and bitterness - usually hidden amongst feminist rhetoric. Why Won't Western Women Date Chinese Men? It’s a great article by Jocelyn Eikenberg and I am going to copy and paste a quote from it. When I thought about my burgeoning crush for Tian, I figured it was no different from that college semester when I studied in Spain. All the American girls I knew liked flirting with the local Spaniards, and why not? The experience of being in a foreign country and culture somehow liberated us from our usual American expectations for men and dating itself. We could try new things. We could even reinvent ourselves and what it meant to be in love with someone. It seemed natural and normal to do the same in China. I didn’t know much about China back then — a time when I could only communicate in Mandarin with a dictionary and lots of patience, and where my entire cultural knowledge was amassed from the library books on China I borrowed during the summer. But I figured surely I wasn’t alone in my feelings. Surely the other female foreign teachers at my college had secret crushes of their own. Or so I thought, until one day when I was sharing lunch with my colleagues. “Whenever I arrive at the airport in America, the first thing I notice is our men, how handsome and how tall they are,” one of my white female colleagues mentioned over lunch. “I’ll just stare at them for hours, as if I was Chinese and had never seen a foreign man before in my life.” At least that woman wasn’t as blunt as another colleague, who used to bicycle with me through the streets of Zhengzhou. As we stopped on the corner of a side street and watched the mostly-male populous pedaling past us through the intersection, she grimaced. “Chinese men don’t really seem that attractive.” “How can you say that?” I asked her. “I don’t know... they just aren’t.” She sounded too casual for a woman who just dismissed the entire male population in China. How could these women just write off all Chinese men as undateable? The question haunted me as I pondered my crush on Tian. But it wouldn’t be the last time I would find myself up against these ideas. As I continued to date the locals in China and eventually married a fellow from Hangzhou, I would come to realize that most expat women in China agreed with my Zhengzhou colleagues. And sometimes, their dislike was just shocking. A European woman I worked with in 2001 famously told me that, while she found all Chinese men completely repulsive, she considered Chinese children so adorable. So it is down to common garden racism. On the topic of submissiveness - are Asian women submissive - I am sure some are, some western women are too, submissiveness isn’t a national or a racial trait. What most critics are confusing ‘submissiveness’ for an indirect style of communication - it is exactly what it is - Asian women (generally…) are not as direct or forthright in putting their ideas across, but if you marry one such lady, you’ll see she is not submissive in any way shape of form when it comes to what she thinks is important. Try and take a year (or any length of time) off work to ‘find yourself’ and see how submissive she is then. Anyt