Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-17 22:56:14
ID: 55783
In response to a confession. I don't believe for one second that there are this many ignorant people on this site. Quit spamming the me too button.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-17 04:18:30
ID: 55831
I’m a polite person. For as long as o can remember people have commented on my good manners... being one of the few kids in my school who ALWAYS said please and thank you has often gotten me extra snacks and treats from the cafeteria staff. I have no idea how I turned out this way after spending time with my mom now that I’m a parent. She is so freaking rude. Never says please, hardly says thank you, bosses everyone around, interrupts everyone who talks to her, makes awful and usually racist generalizations about people and places (according to her the entire state of Texas are a bunch of red necks because her one friend moved there and now “spouts hate” on Facebook... coming from the woman who didn’t like the idea that the Filipino construction workers had nicer cars than her) I mean, I had my dad to help drill these habits into my head, but I only saw him weekends and holidays
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-07-15 14:24:58
ID: 55811
Anyone figure out yet what "more" there is to being gay besides same sex attraction? Also, I'm curious, is aromantic and asexual the same thing?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-14 08:21:26
ID: 55793
I’m in the bathroom pouting right now because when ds5 was mad at me while we were out he told me he wishes I wasn’t his mother, that I didn’t resist, and that he wishes he lived with dad instead of me. He’s apologized since then, but it really hurt my feelings and I’m trying not to be outwardly mad at him. His dad SUCKS and it’s so hard not saying anything bad about him when ds makes him out to be so wonderful. He said he wishes he was with his dad because I asked him to stop yelling because “I bet dad would let me yell!” And it took everything I had not to say “yeah, because he wouldn’t be paying attention to you” his dad has called twice this year and forgot his birthday in November. But somehow he’s still great in ds’ eyes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-14 00:05:23
ID: 55784
I never talked to my mom at all about my sexuality when I was a teenager. I also didn't really like many boys OR girls and although I had friends who were gay, I didn't think that's what I was. I had to figure it out for myself. I just give the OP kudos for being so open with her daughter that her daughter feels safe talking to her about her sexuality. If I would have even suggested to my mom at that age that I might not be 100% heterosexual, she would have flipped out.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-12 16:15:41
ID: 55766
I curious to hear the conversation about what goes into being gay besides liking your own sex. Because I'm gay and I guess I'm just clueless. Pretty much I always figured I'm just like any other person, except for wanting to be with females. Silly me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-11 22:09:48
ID: 55749
In response to a confession. What more is there to being gay besides liking your own gender? Why make it confusing? .. I guess since I'm hetero there is way more to it than the fact that I like the opposite gender? Nope, that's about it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-11 14:34:44
ID: 55731
In response to a confession. This is the super simplified meaning. It's like saying that being gay is only about liking your own gender. There's a hell of a lot more to it than that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-07-11 14:34:07
ID: 55730
Im a guy and I got penetrated by a [____]in my [____] for the first time tonight and I loved it
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-07-11 13:56:33
ID: 55742
In response to a confession. OMG calm down. She never said she or her daughter treated these labels like shoes for can put on or off, but in fact a lot of people do. Lots of people shift through some different perspectives and identities before figuring out who they are. Nothing wrong with that. I am still curious about how old the kid is if all of her peers are dating.
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