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  • redditmoose

    redditmoose

    March 10, 2015, 4:10 pm

    toby,

    The fundamental problem I see with what you were doing is that you judge what you say and do harshly, thus diminishing your own worth. I'm going to guess this is because others do similarly.

    Being submissive in a relationship doesn't necessarily (and shouldn't) stem from being under-appreciated.

    The checklist you presented is insidious in how it presents the one alongside the other. It's akin to this example;

    "If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may be a child molester!

    * I love kittens and/or puppies

    * I have been in the same building as children

    * I am a child molesting furry"

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  • joshlrogers

    joshlrogers

    March 11, 2015, 5:27 am

    This is the only thing in this thread that really sticks out at me and I am surprised no one has said anything.

    You're an adult, it has nothing to do with man or woman, it has to do with how one human adult relates to another and we don't spank one another as punishment. Especially to the point you have marks and you can't sit. Your partner should be ashamed of ever laying a hand on another adult for the purpose of punishing and harming.

    Now if this was done in some sexual context, and you were "in to it" then disregard, anything other than that your partner is a douche and is showing a propensity for violence that could escalate dangerously if you *really* step out of line. I would put a nix on any fashion of physical punishment before you tie the knot as the progression of what punishments are acceptable is pushed can truly trigger things in the human psyche that allow him to justify slapping, hitting, pulverizing you.

    At the very least, since I assume you will not take my advice, take some advice from the bdsm crowd and establish a safe word where he knows that he has gone too far. If you are getting into a submissive role where violence is an accepted control/punishment technique then you need to have very clear guidelines.

    I will say it one more time, you shouldn't allow this to happen at all in my most humble of opinions.

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  • bretticon

    bretticon

    March 10, 2015, 9:09 am

    With all due respect your viewpoint is simply uninformed.

    >The problem is when everyone who offers to represent us are all the same, and none of them actually represent what we want. Or they say they represent us, but when they get into power, we find out that they really represent big business.

    Whatever your political leanings there is a large variety of selection within the Canadian political spectrum.

    The current government led by the Conservatives is generally pro-business and has a long term vision at devolving duties currently handled by the federal government to provincial bodies. It wants to increase funding for military expenditures and play a stronger role within military operations Canada conducts with its' allies.

    The Liberal party alternatively, is in favor of a strong federal government and wishes to increase spending on a federal level. Under its' current leader foreign policy is quite similar to the conservatives on most issues although Ignatieff's experience abroad does give him an advantage in discussing important issues between heads of state.

    The NDP as a social democratic party does not want to nationalize everything (although certainly they have a contingent within their party that desires that to occur) and typically are critical of the mainstream foreign policy approach to issues such as Afghanistan and Canadian citizen detainees. They favor higher taxes on the wealthy and businesses while support legislation that increase safety for workers and improve their benefits.

    The Green party currently holds no seats in power and under the leadership of Elizabeth May has swung from being a right of centre to moderate left party in favor of large cuts to personal and corporate income taxes that would be made up in the form of taxes on carbon pollution. As far as Foreign Policy matters are concerned the Greens are officially committed to pacifist attitudes and during last year's debate May suggested that Canada pull its' troops out of Afghanistan and replace them with a UN led development program.

    So I'll ask again. What do you want in a leader? Cause all I hear is complaining.

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  • anonymouslives

    anonymouslives

    March 10, 2015, 7:47 am

    Hey Doc, thanks for stopping by!

    I need a lot of dental work done, due to drinking a lot of soda in the past, and not taking good enough care of my teeth. I need probably 10,000+ worth of work done. I don;t use drugs, or smoke, and I am not a disgusting freak. What it is, is I have a serious phobia about dentists, far more serious than your average dental anxiety patient. So my question is, how do I find a dentist that can handle all my needs, and who will be patient and understanding of my psychological issues towards dentistry. I'm a 32 YO male, and am quite knowledgeable about medicine, hence part of the reason I don't like dentistry. What should I do, how do I do it, and how do I find the right dentist for all my needs, who won't rip me off?

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  • smpx

    smpx

    March 11, 2015, 10:03 am

    There's always a lot of rhetoric on Reddit over the decline of our freedoms and how we're losing the liberties that the country is founded on, but it's moments like this that make me kind of examine the world around me.

    If this conversation is taking place in a fundamentalist Islamic nation, you would be applauded for your dedication but probably attacked for your idea of "choice". So fuck the feminist guilt-- you're allowed to live however you like, and don't let anyone ever tell you otherwise. If you're a sub, be a sub with pride.

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  • philasurfer

    philasurfer

    March 11, 2015, 12:59 am

    It may be that the General knows more about this matter and is correct. The issue I am raising is one of authority, chain of command and incentives. If the General has a view on the proper plan for Afghanistan that should be communicated to the President, not in the press. Further to leak a memo and give a speech advocating his position in London he is going far outside the chain of command. He is creating policy rather than implementing it, which is totally out of line for a General.

    The reason Generals do not make policy is because they have incentives to see war through their own lense. They are incentivized to escalate war. They do not recieve medals for mantaining peace. They receive medals and promotions through waging war.

    The President, on the other hand, makes a calculation about when war and peace are best for the country.

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  • genuinepolitician

    genuinepolitician

    March 10, 2015, 9:08 am

    You're taking me far too seriously. My only point is that it could be argued that Great Britain was formed at various times. Would I try to make that argument? No. However, British history is different that American history. We made a huge leap into a nation-state while Britain was a slow and steady crawl. Thus, defining ours is much easier. While, yes, you do have the Act of Union of 1701, that is simply the last step in a unified island. Even to this day British government continues to evolve as evidenced by the Scottish and Northern Irish parliaments (the one that used to exist). So, while yes, you do have an act you can point to and say *this* is when we consider ourselves a unified Great Britain it's been an ever evolving process.

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  • sbrown123

    sbrown123

    March 10, 2015, 10:50 pm

    But with a two party system each side can pick a social topic and the other can appear to oppose it. Neither side needs to progress those issues when in office (they don't matter much anyways) and instead concentrate on their lobby base. A third party might start talking about actual issues that effect their constituents which might result in one of the parties doing the same in order to garner their votes. This might result in change you can see. I don't know why someone would want something like that to ever occur.

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  • DelusionsOfAdequacy

    DelusionsOfAdequacy

    March 10, 2015, 4:21 pm

    The fact that he can't tell you (even broadly) how he made the money, doesn't exactly inspire confidence, but it's perfectly possible to make that sort of money at that age. By roughly the same age (19), I'd made not far off £500,000 (GB). It took 18 nonths to make, and came primarily from 2 mail-order businesses I'd setup with just £200 seed money. Each sold a single product pretty much off the page (advert=>SSAE=>mailshot=>order), and generated so much, so quickly, due to their scalability: i.e. 1x advert costing £80 generating £450, reinvest in 2x adverts=£900, and so on. I did this until I'd covered the UK twice. Whether this guy's chatting shit I don't know, but it can certainly be done,

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  • aenea

    aenea

    March 11, 2015, 5:19 am

    Well, I used to muck out horse barns and do early morning feedings and turnout, and then I had triplets, so generally I do get a lot of physical exercise in the morning :-)

    It's not a question of wanting to eat- it's just that if I do it in the mornings it makes me gag or vomit. But I'm now 45 and I've been this way since I was about 15, I've beeen the same weight for a long time, I'm in decent shape, have good yearly physicals, and eat reasonably well after noon, so I'm not losing sleep over it any more.

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  • moobius

    moobius

    March 11, 2015, 1:19 am

    That's a good one.

    I used to wear layers and layers of clothing to hide the moobs, whenever intimacy was involved I usually kept the last layer of shirt clothing on (it used to be an undershirt, eventually I found these bodybuilding 'wifebeaters'/compression shirts that allowed me to roam with just that and a tshirt).

    But yea, for a while I was a never-nude in a way. You can imagine how uncomfortable I felt when I watched Arrested Development. While hilarious with the cutoff jeans, I could not help but feel like Tobias at times.

    And then one day I met this hot little number, she saw me for who i was, and we were able to roll around completely naked and she took me for who I was and that was awesome and beautiful.

    And then we broke up.

    I've gotten laid since, but only once or twice have I been completely nude, mostly because we were both drunk as fishes.

    Part of my decision in going for the operation was this whole never-nude issue. I mean, come on, I worked several years and slimming down naturally in order to lose the moobs and some belly, and while it did help, it was not what I expected.

    Right now it's too early to see the results, but when I saw the initial results, it was nice but still a little weird. I can't wait to get these pumps removed and be able to see the full results.

    Also, stitches. There be some stitches that need removed.

    I'm pretty sure I will feel pretty great when I'm done with the recovery period. Until then it's just an uncomfortable waiting period of draining excess blood and covering the cuts with gauze.

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  • fishykitty

    fishykitty

    March 10, 2015, 6:50 pm

    I do agree that there isn't a rational reason, but there will be an irrational reason for denying permission. it might be irrational, but we shouldn't deny women the right to say "No, my dear boyfriend, you can't have it" even if their decision is "irrational." You get to make decisions about your body and what happens to the stuff that lives inside it.

    Just to expand a bit about the parasites/fetus/part of my body thing (I think it's a potentially interesting discussion). Under all technicalities, parasites aren't "part of me" and is technically a separate entity, but for all practical concerns, it is part of my body. Something done to me (ie: radiation) will affect my body as well as that of the parasite. A fetus is technically a separate "being" but for all intents and purposes, it's connected to me and is part of me (until it can make it on its own).

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  • Delslayer

    Delslayer

    March 11, 2015, 12:12 am

    Blame the ESRB and game publishers. While the ESRB creates a rating system that tells parents what is appropriate for their kids to play, it assumes that everyone of any age must adhere to the societal norms which state that violence and profanity are bad, and nudity is simply unforgivable; assigning M to often denote violence and profanity, and an adults only for nudity or extreme graphic violence. Essentially, it creates rating based on content rather than the context in which the content if presented. And the game publishers only perpetuate this problem by refusing to publish anything that receives a rating of Adults only because they don't want to deal with irresponsible parents complaining and suing because it's the publishers fault that their kid got a hold of inappropriate content because they made the content.

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