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My married female friends are constantly telling me horrifying details of their married lives, details that they shouldn't tell anyone, obviously. Do these women not respect their husbands? Why would you marry someone you don't respect? I don't understand.

24 comments submitted at 06:47:05 on Jun 30, 2013 by [deleted]

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  • danabanana9
  • 15 Points
  • 13:29:18, 30 June

it was always women who were the cruder and more base sex, that's why whenever men got a chance they controlled them and covered them up, because left up to their own devices they would be naked strutting whores.

if you look at the popular culture you will notice it is in fact women who wallow in sexual situations and detailed portrayals of sex. we think its men, but men limit it to their private porn viewing. there is no sex in predator, alien, armageddon, independence day, commando, rocky, etc. i could list 100s of films that ranks as men's favorite films and you will not find a sex scene in them. what do women like? game of thrones (incest porn), true blood (vampire porn), sex in the city (hitting the wall porn), you could list it all day, not to mention romance novels and that classic of western literature "50 shades of grey".

google "self shooter" galleries to see 10s of thousands of perfectly normal girls next door posting nude and lascivious pics of themselves online and ask yourself where the truly ENDLESS number of 18-21 year old new porn actresses are coming from that populate the video clips of free porn sites. you can click for hours and hours without ever seeing the same girl twice

look at the endless stream of "sex tips" on the cover of "women's magazines". why is there never a headline on maxim's cover "10 new ways to make your girl squirt"?

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  • veggie_girl
  • 5 Points
  • 18:03:59, 30 June

Holy shit. You just said everything that I've been thinking for a while but much more eloquently than it was going on in my head.

I'm guilty of some of these very things you mentioned, but I like to think I at least had enough self-control to remain anonymous with it.

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  • MdPhdVictor
  • 2 Points
  • 05:53:11, 1 July

if you did selfies with a cellphone and didn't deleted the GPS data I'm sorry to say they aren't anonymous a quick check of the photo in windows will reveal your name, the time the picture was taken, and the exact gps coordinates where the photo was taken,

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  • veggie_girl
  • 4 Points
  • 06:43:09, 1 July

You're referring to geotagging and I have it disabled on my phone. In addition I wiped all photos of all meta information before uploading them.

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  • p3ndulum
  • 1 Points
  • 23:05:28, 30 June

> google "self shooter" galleries to see 10s of thousands of perfectly normal girls next door posting nude and lascivious pics of themselves online and ask yourself where the truly ENDLESS number of 18-21 year old new porn actresses are coming from that populate the video clips of free porn sites.

Also, try doing a Google image search for "Facebook mirror shots" and see what you come up with. (Note: This isn't a search for "Facebook mirror shots by/of women".)

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  • Amissmiss
  • 1 Points
  • 01:21:09, 1 July

My eyes can never unsee that. I did happen to see an image of failed mirror shots though. A couple of them had children wandering around in the background. I hope those wantabe strippers are putting back money for therapy!

What is wrong with all of these ladies? Don't they realize that once you put something like this out onto the Internet, you can never make it private again. Genealogical research in the future is going to be eye-openning.

edit: spelling

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  • danabanana9
  • 3 Points
  • 01:32:36, 1 July

theres nothing wrong with them. feminism has increased intra-female competition to such an extent by devaluing permanent young marriage that the sexual arms race between young women to attract the males they desire has forced them all to become porn stars

this was to be expected

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  • p3ndulum
  • 1 Points
  • 02:11:01, 1 July

> What is wrong with all of these ladies?

I gotta believe that it's insecurities and an addiction to attention and the constant validation they receive from the men who see these photographs. It then becomes 'ok' for them to do this because they are supposed to feel sexually liberated and empowered, and nobody is allowed to tell them otherwise lest they be accused of attempting to oppress women, or be labelled as a woman-hating misogynist.

I think that this might be a case of confirmation bias?

"The attention that I'm getting makes me feel good, therefore I must be doing something right."

And if you think this is bad, just consider the fact that these women are the role models for the next generation to come.

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  • TempestTcup
  • 1 Points
  • 14:31:21, 30 June

This is so true. To find an easy example, look how large the "pink aisle" is in the bookstore.

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  • Jake74
  • 1 Points
  • 14:40:13, 3 July

I just found this subreddit and if this post is an indication of what I should expect, I will be staying.

It's nice to find a place where women understand they are equals and that we shouldn't be competing against each other.

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  • DMlifter
  • 1 Points
  • 02:43:29, 5 July

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