Discussion in 'General Global Topics' started by Bush92, Oct 13, 2019.
That's the jam!
No means no, Lonely-Boy.
It would probably be OK after you get past the used part.
One drop of black paint will ruin a gallon of white paint
It seems like you are getting closer to your real target: women, in particular white women.
If you want to talk about "morality," discuss both men and women, since it applies to both. Chastity is a moral/religious precept in view of your statement that "chastity is a traditional virtue."
If you want to talk about the "negative effects of early sexual experience," discuss what these are for both sexes. I strongly suspect that you are trying to exaggerate them with respect to women as propaganda to support a gender-specific sexual double standard, which should not exist if indeed sexual behavior is a matter of "morality." There must be "negative effects" on men, as well.
If you want to discuss the effects of "diseases," do so, as all of us are concerned with not catching diseases.
If you want to discuss what appears to be a problem that you and others on this board have with white women having romantic/sexual relationships with black men, be honest about it. Why just mention Klum's second husband in the headline, which somehow elicited comments that she is "disgusting" and "damaged goods," implying that she is somehow dirty? The link provided is to a story about "the untold truth" about Klum, but what "untold truth" is there? She had a child before she and Seal were married, whom he adopted, and then they had kids of their own. Simple.
Oh hell yeah! She's gorgeous!
Wouldn't sex with the wives of some of the right-wing types posting on this thread be "disgusting"? After all, the right-winger had already "hit it" and sex between spouses is so appalling.
OK. Fair challenge.
DO you deny that chastity would avoid those negative effects?
as a liberal progressive with ethics and morals and standards I wouldn't have sex with ANYONE who isn't "sweety".
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