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Posted by: anonymous
2017-08-01 15:40:07
ID: 49491
In response to a confession. That's what I thought! I thought I had lost my sex drive. I just lost my sex drive for my husband. I feel attracted to someone else, and it is showing me that those feelings are still there. Now what do I do? Nothing! That's what. Sigh...
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-08-01 06:15:09
ID: 49489
I wish i was horny! I have no sex drive at all. I hate it. I like sex. I love sex. But my body doesn't want to.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-08-01 05:12:48
ID: 49488
In response to a confession. This is what I mean by a second midlife crisis! I thought I went through this at 40! Why is it happening again? UGH!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 21:35:07
ID: 49476
Have any of you women experienced being really horny while you're pre-menopausal? Something is happening to me!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 20:46:05
ID: 49479
You know that part in the movie Dodgeball when the creep goes to touch her and she immediately twists his arm about halfway off and says, "You don't get to touch me..EVER!" and then he's like, "Nobody makes me bleed my own blood." .. I fucking love that moment. I wish I could do that. I wish I could have done that to every creep that ever laid an unwanted finger on me in my life. (Or in my nose, WTF is that!?!! Completely creepy!) I mean, what the fuck makes a person think they're allowed to just touch someone!? Oh- and if you don't like it you're stuck up or uptight or 'need to get laid'. I just wanna -the moment the fucker even reaches for me- twist his arm halfway off and say, "You don't get to touch me, EVER!"
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Posted by: greensquirrel
2017-07-31 19:45:25
ID: 49475
I had a guy at a bar do something weird and inappropriate this last weekend when I was out of town on a GW. He stuck his finger in my nose. Complete stranger. Then got indignant and belligerent when I told him not to touch me. He proceeded to say "You don't know how to have fun, wow, you're uptight, you must need to get laid, you must be some uptight city girl because girls around here don't wear purple lipstick." And on and on. I just ignored him and he went away eventually. Then at the end of the night my "friends" asked me if this guy and his buddy could come back with us for an afterbar. I told them what happened and they thought it was funny and I was overreacting. Um, no. So then we had to wait an extra 20 minutes for a cab and I was livid that they thought it was a big joke that this guy invaded my personal space and was rude as fuck.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 14:13:57
ID: 49469
I don't like being catcalled because it makes me feel unsafe. More often than not, the guy will call you a stuck up bitch when you don't respond to him. I'm not fucking obligated to be enchanted by some random asshole telling me I have a nice ass.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 12:47:26
ID: 49472
Men just don't get it. I explained it to someone (a guy) like this. What if a guy said it to YOU? How would you feel? What if I guy told you how attractive you were? What if a guy touched or grabbed you? What if a guy (or group of guys) yelled crude sexual suggestions to you? Oh, yeah, and what if all these guys were much, much bigger than you? Would you feel flattered? Or would you feel a little grossed out and scared? Bottom line, if you wouldn't say it to a man, don't say it to a woman. Period.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 12:19:07
ID: 49471
I'm personally ok with non-vulgar cat calling than any other sort of "compliment." I get wildly uncomfortable and a little scared when a man says I'm beautiful to my face. You see all these horror stories about women who were attacked and killed for not wanting to be with someone or returning their affection or whatever...but you're called a tease if you play along/give them a chance...which we shouldn't have to anyways. I don't like swearing or needing to know what you like best or want to do to someone. But acknowledgement in passing (not trying to get my attention or start a conversation) is probably the safest imo, and therefore instead of worrying how to handle the situation because they should already be gone...I can just take the words at face value and forget about them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-07-31 04:52:01
ID: 49458
In response to a confession. Can I ask why you won't divorce your dh? I swear, I'm not asking to be a dick. I was actually in a similar situation about ten years ago. I hated my ex-dh, but I didn't believe I could make it on my own, so I had an affair. It didn't make me feel anything more beyond a fleeting rush. If anything, it put a huge spotlight on how shitty I felt. My divorce sucked, but my life is so much better now. The man I'm married to now is everything I ever wanted in a man (took a awhile to find him, though, lol). And, yup, I did a metric shit-ton of therapy. You don't have to live like this. You are literally one decision away from a totally different life. Either way, I don't judge you. I just hope you do what's best for you.
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