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Jul 19, 2011 uberstellar commented on Savage Love.
I first encountered the concept of squirting from Tommy Lee's biography, and it horrified me (I'm a woman, btw). A couple months later, I was in my second trimester of pregnancy, experiencing my first orgasms ever, and whoops I squirted. I about died from mortification, and I'm still not too pleased with my new skill, but the fact is: good orgasms make me ejaculate, and not ejaculating makes orgasms feel lacking. I'm lucky to have had one partner during that discovery and to this day, and I haven't figure out how I would introduce it to a new one, but it's my reality and it feels good. Lay down a towel and enjoy.
Oct 21, 2010 uberstellar commented on Texas High School Kicks Cheerleader Off Squad For Refusing To Cheer For Her Rapist.
@41, thank you. There is a difference between the general knowledge of a moral person understanding that in reality, there is a majority of adult american people that can justify blowing off a young girl's trauma because of their preconceptions and bias, but when I was actually reading the comments from supposedly fully grown, educated human beings (most were grammatically correct after all) I was overwhelmed with angry emotions. Between that and my tendency to run-on sentences, it would be easy to misconstrue my point. My original comment was to the effect of, to understand why it's possible that a boy convicted of assault is able to still attend the same school as his victim, and to understand why the victim is being actively punished, we have to understand the mindset of not only the corrupt high school officials but the entire local area this girl hails from. At this point, there is the very upstanding ideal of achieving a role model status and standing firm and proud amongst injustice, but I would hope that somebody sits this poor young lady down and says "this is not a fight you are obliged to stand for." I genuinely fear for her wellbeing and hope that she looks out for her own best interest rather than puts herself under further scrutiny and abuse by staying in the spotlight as a crusader. She's too young to feel responsible for the burden of a greater purpose.
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Oct 21, 2010 uberstellar commented on Texas High School Kicks Cheerleader Off Squad For Refusing To Cheer For Her Rapist.
It's been a slow morning, so I tracked down a lot of the old referenced local news reports and actually read through the comments. By the time the kid plead, this is the story that everyone in the community believed: that this cheerleader was drunk, went into a room for a three-way and upon being caught cried rape, so the general consensus was this was another case of a white woman exploiting racial fears to get out of a slutty reputation and the case needed to be wrapped up as quickly and cleanly as possible so that the attacker could get back to focusing on his football scholarship prospects. Now, I personally know a few girls that have actually falsely accused, and the response and behavior of the victim in this case does not match with most false accusers. She is being targeted by groups as either a prime example of racial inequality, a stereotypical embarrassed whore, or a shamed elitist daughter. I admire her weathering through this long ordeal of personal attacks and standing by her convictions, but seriously girl, get out of there. Time to focus on safety in such an unbalanced environment.
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