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  1. Sorry, I meant "no" to the topic question. I was mostly being silly because it was posed as a question which I found equally silly. I, for one, am not interested in male content, but in this community, there is quite obviously a large group that does.
  2. [Female] Susi Braucht Windeln

    not even in the diapers?
  3. Yeah, what's up with that, no one even mentions it.
  4. Floribama Shore Request

    Looks awesome though. Makes me want to make her mad at me.
  5. HD Wetting Sneak Peek

    My favorites are, 1, 3, and the last one. These are great btw. Thank you.
  6. female Out of a window

    That would make sense as she isn't holding on at all and that would be kind of scary standing up on her toes as she was.
  7. The Gender Gap

    Ok, wow, there is so much here. FIRST: I believe that gender equality has or should have more to do with respect then with roles. We should have the same amount of respect for the roles that females seem to more commonly and are better suited for as we do the roles that only males seem to fill. If the respect was there across the board, a lot of these issues would not be present. The way society has gone about addressing this issue is definitely cause for concern. It can't be exactly the same in every aspect because man and women are not exactly the same. Both sexes can do things the other cannot. It is human nature to want to be superior and irreplaceable. Men often want to make like their role is somehow more valuable than the female's role. This isn't exactly true, but men are stronger physically and often times can endure more, but women can endure more emotionally at times. There are things both sexes excel at and we should recognize and appreciate that instead of trying to justify why both sexes are capable of every role, because they aren't. Second: I have spent many years in an Indian household.........trust me, it is not the male you need to worry about. Not that you are wrong about men not being able to do certain basic domestic things, that is true. But that is only because they are expected to live at home until marriage. The worse part of this is this........the wife is EXPECTED to do all those things. Cook, clean, laundry, pack bags, make bed.......all that. It isn't so unfair, then men are expected to make the money and pay for EVERYTHING. They are expected to know how to or who to call for everything. They take the trash out, mow the grass, anything that would traditionally seem like a male thing.....yeah, its fair, its just not the same. The tragedy in the culture though is this, men are raised to be leaders, they are taught they are better then females and more capable. Women are taught, and at a very early age, that they mean nothing other than to grow up and marry. They are raised to attract the highest dowry possible. Even an older sister will take a back seat in leadership to a younger brother. The eldest brother (son) will become the family patriarch and will be respected almost blindly. I do not feel as sorry for the male who doesn't know how to cook as I do the female the feels worthless and to succumb to everything any man tells her. Now admittedly, this is a more traditional Indian belief and not necessarily symbolic of India today which has become quite Westernized over the past decade specifically. However, there are plenty of households still today, that do actually believe and practice these values. I have personal experience. I have never been employed at a job where a male made more money for the same position as a female. I'd like to think those days are gone but I can only speak of my experience in life and I don't see it nor have I heard of such. I think there are probably situations where that could be true based on potential but it would be situations that aren't common. IE: a female NFL player probably wouldn't be paid as much as a male for the same position, but in all likely hood (not necessarily 100% fullproof) the male will be able to sustain that type of work longer. But like I said, it should be more about respect. A man will never give carry and give birth to a child. That is something that as a male, I can never imagine the toll, the pain, the joy or the connection that occurs in that process. And no, that is not the only thing women should be respected for or are good at. It is certainly a good starting ground. Let's just be real, like the girl in the video, the world needs men to be men, we also need women to be women. We don't need men to be women or women to be men, and I am not talking about gender reassignment, I mean in pushing everyone to some sort of common ground. It isn't necessary and is in fact detrimental to society. Both roles are needed and they certainly aren't the same, so let's not pretend like we can all do both, because we can't.
  8. Bestest underwear

    Stupid can still be fun to try.
  9. Peeing inside a girl? Safe or no?

    I have done this multiple times with a couple of different girls. I have never had any negative outcome. I think the precautions you are taking are sufficient and I think you should go for it. It will be amazing for both of you. Showering afterwards would probably be a good thing. Of note, diaper rash does not occur the moment one urinates on themself. It happens after sitting in urine for an extended period of time.
  10. Well I don't have the backstory and I don't know everything that is going on but I do agree with Brittanybunny, first, you sound like you need professional help for depression. If you don't like yourself, no one else will either. As was suggested in some of the other threads as well, take a moment and look at yourself. Also take a moment and think of what you like and what you want to be. What are your hobbies? What are your accomplishments? What are things that you are honestly proud of yourself for having done? These are things you must have for your own ego and will help in those conversations with friends or with girls. If that list is short, then you need to worry less about finding a partner and more about making life count as an individual. What is your own personal bucket list? Trust me, while I am a relationship guy, I have found it much easier to do things that I want to do when I am single. You need to identify the traits about yourself that you would find appealing if you were sitting across from you. That part that disturbs me the most here is your trouble making and having friends. Girls are still complicated for me but friends and socialization is quite easy for me. But it wasn't always like that. In school, I was always shy, quiet. Not self confident and came across in a way that I wouldn't respect if I was a girl or anyone else, either. It takes time to grow into yourself, but it helps to know who you are. Project the qualities about yourself that you like. You talk about wanting to be more "alpha" and less "girly". I'm not sure being an alpha male is really the right goal, I know I am not one but I do understand what you mean. My three favorite colors are Black, Pink and Blue. Growing up, I used to always say "Pink" when asked what my favorite color was. Blame it on Miami Vice or the Pink Panther, whatever it was, I liked pink. Turns out pink isn't the most masculine color. I took a lot of heat over it. One day when I knew the reaction would be negative, I said "black". No body razzed me about that. I still like both colors but the picture I paint to others in a first impression is very limited in depth. Choose what you want to project. I have come to learn that I like carpentry work and I have some talent at that. Well that is great, when is the last time the guy elected as prom king said "I'm the quarterback of the football team, work at circle K and like carpentry work". Really cool hobby........well, until I made some really cool shit. I had some ideas and buried myself in my own hobby and when I was done, I impressed myself and others. It gave me some self confidence that I could do something and suddenly I had a quality that other people found interesting as well. Search within yourself and identify who YOU are and what you want to be. It may take you sometime to get there but work on that instead or worrying why life isn't happening yet. If you want to be the big and strong type, go to the gym, learn nutrition and how to train, but you don't have to be an alpha male to be a man.
  11. female Unexpected Wetting Friend for Halloween

    Love the account. I really really hope she calls you.
  12. I love the color.
  13. female Warming on a cold wet night

    These aren't playing for me, they just look like they are endlessly rendering. Anyone know why?