commented on SL Letter of the Day: Kiddie Porn Catch 22
Look, I don't advocate for running to the cops for everything, but why would anyone want to keep a consumer of kiddie porn in their home -- or care for a dying pedophile to begin with? Shouldn't he be dying in jail? Those pictures could lead to the arrest of distributors and, more importantly, producers of the porn.
commented on You're a Sex Addict, I'm a Sex Addict, We're All Sex Addicts
This is a bogus test. The following indicators were present in my results:
Preoccupation: obsessive thinking about sexual behavior, opportunities, and fantasies
Loss of control: inability to stop behavior despite commitments to self and others and despite problems caused by behavior
Relationship disturbance: sexual behavior has created significant relationship problems
Affect disturbance: significant depression, despair, or anxiety over sexual behavior
I am happily married, all sexual experiences have been with my husband, and I'm guilty of thinking about fucking my husband constantly. That's the only "problem" I seem to have (that and renting porn with my husband regularly, which is not ok apparently) -- for those reasons, according to the test I'm an addict. The test results indicate I should feel guilty about that.
Screw those people! If being sexually obsessed with your spouse is wrong, I don't want to be right!
Dec 11, 2012
commented on Two-Day Group Set to Announce Concrete Police Reform at 12:30 p.m. Today
The reason for all of this institutional language is that the federal government spends millions (billions perhaps) per year on researching public safety, and in order for law and order agencies to continue to receive programmatic funding, they must implement some of the findings of all that research -- or the system breaks!
Nov 15, 2012
commented on Sl Letter of the Day: After-the-Fact Cuckold Denial
The answer to this question doesn't seem complete, Dan.
I have similar fantasies about my husband, and he about me. Both of us began the fantisizing because we both had fears of each other cheating. Fantasizing about it, and bringing it into our bedroom, actually made us able to talk about these fears and let us both feel wecould be more honest about our desires outside our marriage, which eventually became a fun little hot game to us.
All of this has deepened our relationship both inside and outside the bedroom. Inside the bedroom, we engage in our wildest fantasies (which started out as our wildest fears). Outside the bedroom, we love and trust one another, knowing that if we get turned on by someone else, we can go back into the bedroom and fuck our spouse and pretend whatever we want. Fantasizing about other partners, watching each other with other partners, switching or trading or whatever, helps to both keep things hot in our bedroom, and keeps us both satisfied so we don't go seeking things outside the bedroom.
But here's the end to the story: Having this game between us doesn't mean my husband wants to be a cuckold in real life though, or that I want to watch him fuck another woman in real life. What happens in our bedroom stays in our bedroom. It doesn't mean we're closet cuckolds however.
Oct 11, 2012
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Nonmonogamous Blues
It could also be a case of the woman who is looking for the "perfect" guy, who is attracted to married men because they are considered valuable by another woman. In this case, the woman thinks the man who is married is a good candidate for being a "perfect" guy because another woman found him to be good enough to marry. It may not sound logical (it isn't), but it is a thought process some women go through. It's what Alanis Morissette sings about: "I meet the man of my dreams and then I meet his beautiful wife."
These are also the same women who are *surprised* when said "perfect" man later cheats on them.
Oct 11, 2012
commented on I, Anonymous
@6, coming from experience, a woman who is married to a closeted or refuses-to-acknowledge-the-truth-about-themselves gay man learns to use such phrases as "suck my dick" to get a pussy-hating man to pay attention to her.
May 3, 2012
commented on Michele Bachmann to Endorse Mitt Romney
Paul said: "I just wish that these purity candidates would stand up for what they supposedly believe in when their ideology crosses traditional Republican party lines. At least then I could respect them for that."
Paul, that's not exactly true, because liberals mock Ron Paul for saying the exact same thing every time. His ideology crosses Republican party lines and he doesn't care. He just keeps asying it. But rather than respect him for it, you think he's just the crazy guy who talks about gold standards all the time.
Frankly, Republicans and Democrats are all just big jokes. They are both janus.