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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by xsedrinam, Mar 13, 2006.
Other, if there is one
We already had a thread about this..... big story
yes.....t'was the 60+ page thread?
I checked but did not find a link. If you can find it, post it, and I'll withdraw the thread.
i think it was deleted because of its massiveness and the drama around it
didn't some people leave the site cause of its deletion?
oh...now i need a fake ID to rent ultra-porn
i have no idea what happened, i never followed it.... All i know is that it was a huge deal and some of the regulars left
Was it this one? If so, please Mods, feel free to flush it. Thanks.
Actually, I was coming at this from a celebration of diversity and an affirming of what constitutes "different", and why.
P.S. I note one vote has arleady been cast for "other". That'll keep me up for another hour thinking on that one.
So is that like hetero-metrosexual? Ubers can be that too.
Actually, it just means I'm soft like silk.
I see. Got silk? Maybe a matrix would be better than a linear, columned poll.
You forgot buy-sexual for those unable to get a willing partner for free.
I am a straight male, but I have a gay friend (woman) who is dead set on a theory about gay men.
She says that there is no reported cases of blind gay men. She thinks it is completely visual for them. She also thinks more gay people are into art for this reason (art= fashion, architecture, design etc). So, what do you think about that?
In a psychology class I took in university, I learned that people are on a continum from VERY straight, to VERY gay. No one is completely one or the other. So what does that mean for mac fans? Most seem to be attracted to the shapes of the computers, the colors/design of the OS, does any one think that being homosexual and having an inclination for art? I don't know where I'm going with this, I just thought it was interesting. I mean I'm not afraid to admit I could be attracted to certain men (not sexually) but I'm very much straight. I dunno
I've no idea what some of these terms mean.
Basically I'm married to a woman and we have two kids, so I guess we're doing something natural. Either that, or it's the bloody postman!
Well, I have a friend who is essentially asexual... He has zero sex drive whatsoever. And, oddly, he is a UNIX whiz...
That's a pun on the homonym of UNIX, not a social commentary on UNIX admins.
asexual means you don't have to have sex to create offspring. I think the term is 'nonsexual'. Which describes me, 20, and still...
Those mailmen really do deliver in all circumstances.
Aren't we all asexual in a way?
Only in recent history - as 'we' have developed ways of controlling pregnancy.
Just to show that ******* will make you go blind - even when quoting I can't believe my name gets mis-spelled!
Asexual is also used to describe someone without sexual feelings and sexual attraction to anyone.
... and they're usually red-heads.