Nov 18, 2015
commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Clone A Husband
i actually did this exact scene with my partner a few days ago. the secret? hypnosis. my partner was hypnotized to feel one of my cocks from behind, one in hir mouth, and there was a third me also helping out. physical me was in another state 3000 miles away.
Oct 7, 2013
commented on SLLOTD: Maladjusted Shits
-Asexuals exist. I don't know why this is complicated for people.
-It's so awesome that BIL is IDing as ace from such a young age! Lots of folks don't have access to info about asexuality (or don't know to look), which kind of creates sucky situations for everyone.
-Some asexuals have sex with their partners. Some even actively enjoy it.
-Nobody asked about disclosure, so I don't know why Dan's bringing it up.
Jun 20, 2011
commented on Bristol Palin: Levi Raped Me
@Various commenters above:
MAKING A FALSE RAPE ACCUSATION IS NOT HALF AS BAD AS RAPING. For crying out loud!
The frequency of false rape accusations is about equal to the frequency of false accusations for other crimes - about 2% - although our cultural seems to think otherwise. This CLEARLY isn't the fault of those 2%: their power is no different from that of the 2% falsely reporting other crimes.
So you know what lends credence to the idea that women are lying whores, and people don't deserve to be taken seriously when they report rape? It's assholes like you who bring up the "lying whore" trope when someone reports rape. And it's assholes like you who blame those 2% for the rape culture endemic in our entire society.
May 22, 2010
joined My Stranger Face
May 22, 2010
commented on The Trans Community Will Understand...
@8 - the fact that you disagree with her political convictions doesn't mean it's okay to delegitimize her gender. She's a transwoman running for office - are you really going to argue that she's got gender privilege?
I am so fucking sick of people using others' trans* status as a trump card against them. Yeah, she's a homophobic hypocrite whose campaign we shouldn't support. But that's *it*. That doesn't in any way open up her gender for questioning or ridiculing. Referring to her gender by calling her a "classic man-in-a-dress" is not only irrelevant to the conversation but reveals that you've never had true respect for her - or anybody's - gender identity.