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But what if there's an alternative explanation, One that goes like this: "I really liked this woman. I dated her, took her out several times, enjoyed her company, had sex with her once, enjoyed that, was falling for her, and wanted to see her again with the idea that she would become the primary romantic relationship in my life. Then I found out that she was married, that she never liked me in the way I liked her; she was toying with me, using me for sex, always knew that the relationship could never go in the direction she implied! I feel like shit! What kind of woman leads a man on like that when she was married the whole time?"
If you tell the story with the sexes reversed, if it was a woman discovering that she's been dating a married man, you get a reaction like the one I describe above. If that's it, you tell your employee/confidante that there are dishonest people in the world and that the best you can do is vet people more carefully at every step in a relationship. That might mean dating alone at first, then dating with friends along so you can meet them. It might mean insisting on seeing where your date lives pretty early in the relationship. A true POS can figure out ways to lie and mislead anyway, but it can't hurt to do your homework.
The look on the priest's face when he went to sign the marriage license was one of the highlights of the day for the entire bridal party, and the couple still joke about it.
Ahhhh---to be one snip closer to sanity!
(1) Phthalates are only released from plastics at astronomically high temperatures. Unless ITCH's junk gets as hot as the inside of an active volcano when she orgasms, a phthalate-filled dildo isn't going to release any of those scary, scary phthalates into her.
(2) People get the majority of the phthalates found in their systems from their food (that food that's regulated so much more carefully than sex toys!), so worrying about whether they're in your sex toys or not is a huge red herring.
(3) Only extremely high concentrations of phthalates have been shown to be harmful to the endocrine system. You know what else is harmful at extremely high concentrations? Everything. Just about every ingredient on your multivitamin is toxic if you get too much of it. Hell, you can die if you get too much water.
As for food- don't buy canned food unless the lining is BPA free (especially tomatoes). Plenty of shelf stable food is available in TetraPaks. Drink bottled beer and remove frozen food from containers and place in microwave safe containers before nuking. Even if it's a steam bag or some other nonsense you can easily cook it in a bowl, just sprinkle a little water on it and stir half way through.
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If you use it *right*, it can be a non-trivial way to decide something. But using it right basically means using it to make yourself make a decision instead of waffling about it. If you flip a coin, and feel that the coin flip gave you the "wrong" answer, then... it probably did. If you feel it gave you the "right" answer, then... it probably did. If you truly don't have an opinion either way, then the coin makes the decision for you.
But, using it to decide whether or not to marry is.. probably, at the very least, something you should not tell your partner.
Please---NO PC reading in between the lines, people!
As she's the one with the boyfriend who regularly entertains her at his flat in Paris, I kind of believe her. She wouldn't appeal to a much younger man, probably, but she wouldn't be interested in him either. A lot of people, male and female, prefer people around their own age. If you find women your own age more "agreeable", maybe you're the same.