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posted on Apr, 3 2016 @ 12:56 AM
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originally posted by: WhiteWingedMonolith
a reply to: christophoros

If this is true, their presentation is not normal under sober circumstances. First off, they were drinking alcohol. Secondly, there are massive amounts of people who take mind altering drugs now. People who take prescription drugs such as SSRI's, Prozac and pain killers while drinking alcohol can become sexually promiscuous, which includes promiscuous in speech. Same goes for folks who smoke weed or take any kind of amphetamine type of drug including coke. Combine that with vast amounts of pornographic imagry available on tv and the internet and there you have artificially induced sexual expressions.

A guy brought the subject up with talking about the chick at work. I call BS on his story. He was drinking and was using a technique, as lame as it was, to make himself look appealling and easy to talk to in front of some good looking young women. I think he totally embellished on the story he told you all, hoping to create dialogue, and he did; the chicks fell for it, in turn embellishing on their personal story regarding how much they think about sex to look cool. It's pure BS that women think about sex that much if their minds are free and clear being sober, and is part of the reason why drugs are pushed on people, more so women, because they are not normally sexually receptive until some kind of emotional bond has been created first. Which then continues on through their life and is why they easily lose their sex drive (not horny) when their partner withdraws emotionally from them, as the two normally come hand in hand being hard wired into them.

If what these young women are saying IS true, they've under gone similar programming that sex workers receive to get them to stay and keep playing that role using manipulation that does not include the typical fear factor with telling them if they leave they will hurt them, and all done under the guise of free love where no emotional commitment is given, which emotional comitment being over-rode when it comes to sex creates mental illness in females. Enter the drugs being pushed from the street and big pharma - most mental illness centers on unmet emotional needs and not a chemical imbalance. Doctors prescribe mind altering meds based on info the patient gives them, no brain scan or blood work is done on them to see if it is a true chemical imbalance.


You do realize its BAD FORM to call someoen a LIAR on ATS correct? as in against posting rules. OP hasnt given any inddication of deception or making this up. you got proof h e i s making it up? if not just give your advice and move on.




posted on Apr, 3 2016 @ 07:44 AM
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a reply to: christophoros

What? You didn't know that about us?

I'm into early middle age and I'm still there.

The big difference about men and women is what and how we get turned on. Women don't have the "easy" stick ... if you know what I mean. And to get us revved up, you need to get us a bit emotionally invested (not love per se, but emotionally into it).

But, yeah, none of that changes that we think of it too, although it might change how we think about it as compared to how you do.



posted on Apr, 3 2016 @ 08:09 AM
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originally posted by: Astyanax
a reply to: Klassified


I was once in a serious relationship with a very attractive young lady, who couldn't even tell you how many partners she had been with.

Well, it’s a hell of a compliment. All that experience and she was still willing to go the distance with you.

How did it work out? I bet it was interesting — if not necessarily good for you.


It was great. We had a blast, until I had a bout of conscience, and my "religion" at the time got in the way of what could have been.



 
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