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djj2k

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djj2k last won the day on December 5 2012

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  1. did anyone save this before it was removed from yt? oh nevermind this is the great pyramid thing
  2. Good save, pulled (for real this time, no longer using Tor ;)
  3. Great story! I just have to mention something I noticed though that you probably weren't conscious (or at least I hope you weren't!) of at the time you wrote it. Even though this woman is clearly aroused by what your 13 year old character did, is there a reason even though she says "someone ELSE had seen you" could have resulted badly when the main character demonizes men (even though a woman has been depicted as being aroused) suggesting if it was a male social worker, he would automatically been unprofessional and asked to meet her solely for the purpose of some sort of illegal activity? Seems kind of sexist... and I think men are demonized enough by mainstream society -- don't need to be demonized by people I used to think were like minded on top of it. Plenty of men would have been in that situation, social workers or not, could have been aroused, and could actually have the moral decency (hard to believe isn't it?) not to pursue the girl sexually the moment her age was believed to be that of a minor. I understand mainstream has brainwashed most women into assuming all men are evil natured, unable to control their urges, and will rape them given the first opportunity--that's not anyone's fault by mainstream media's but do we REALLY need to continue to demonize men ourselves on top of what they do for us? Or are we really such a helpless society full of predjudices that we can't even be unbiased on a medium where literally everyone is anonymous such as the internet?
  4. I was curious what all the fuss was about--did anyone grab the video in question? cuz youtube pulled it already
  5. Err, is that a transgender? Can you specify that please? I think that is more warranting of a ! than nudity is...
  6. Why so shy Rachel? And back to basics? this fetish originated with women being the only ones wetting, way back when ;)
  7. Can't seem to access the Video link / Upload page. Anything in there seems fine or at least threads I'm subbed to, but all links to the index page of that section go to blank white page for me. Anyone else having trouble?
  8. I'm afraid I disagree, and the 'real desperation thread' (now nearly 1 year running) is proof that I'm not alone. We need to; for some tastes no desperation is nearly as good as the real thing, even if hollywood hires you your acting is that good. No voluntary release, can compare to the involuntary release of it for a true fan of REAL desperation. Deliberate desperate peeing isn't an accident, its a wetting... at some point anyone choosing to hold will always choose to let go. The nature of this fetish for some is one where the person desperate to pee, has no control at all--and that's the biggest turnon. Maybe its just me, but 50 pages of real desperation fans (who have already agreed staged wettings and male desperation also need to be on separate threads for separate tastes so no one feels left out or uncomfortable) can't be wrong. This thread exists, because we need to distinctly separate them. Omorashi has become nearly mainstream! its not just a fetish, its becoming a whole CATEGORY of fetish now. If were lucky maybe we can stop being labelled and judged for being different than the norm (which clearly we see every day more, does not exist at all)
  9. Did anyone download this and can you upload pls?
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