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Posted in Gay or not? on 2011-06-08 14:43:07

none of these things actually determines if a person is gay or not. Let's assume that you are straight. Could you actually believe that you would suddenly turn gay if you participated in one of these situations? Even if you enjoy or fantasize about doing some of these things it doesn't make you gay. Sexuality isn't about two extremes, it's a whole spectrum with infinite variations. Nowadays too many young people use the word "gay" to describe things that are perhaps not typical of the macho image. When used this way, it has absolutely nothing to do with a person's sexual preferences.

Posted in Uncircumcised guys only on 2010-09-11 00:43:20

I really find it silly the way misterpoll censors certain words (like the one you mentioned) unless it is spelled incorrectly. I guess it's an automatic program that works without human intervention. Anyhow, it's certainly not a "dirty" word, it's the legitimate name of an actual body part, not a crude slang word.

Posted in Nudism on 2010-07-18 16:10:12

I agree with Skyfox. If the parents have any doubts about their kids interacting with kids of the opposite sex they shouldn't bring them to a nude beach. Having said that, I am curious about what age these kids would be. For a couple of the questions, assuming the parent has brought the kids despite some misgivings, it would make a difference if the children are very young or teenagers. Having your teenage daughter wander off with a teenage boy could be more stressful than if they were perhaps 8 or 9. Even then, the nudity might not be the main concern. Keeping an eye on your kids at the beach is just good parenting, regardless of age, nudity, etc.

Posted in How Well Do You Know Me? on 2010-05-02 21:31:03

who cares?

Posted in Electric Chair Execution on 2010-05-02 21:28:09

I think there are more humane methods to execute a criminal. I would be totally against execution if our justice system could actually protect society from criminals, but a life sentence is rarely a life sentence, and it would probably be cheaper to raise a family of four than to maintain a criminal in prison. I don't really understand why this is so, but I also feel that when we take another human life it diminishes the value of life for us all. If it must be done, the least inhumane method available should be used. Our goal should be to protect other potential victims from being harmed, rather than have vengeance. Perhaps I would feel differently if a member of my family was murdered--but at the moment, this is my belief.