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JadussD 08-10-2007 01:59 AM

Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
Sticking my dick in the pancake batter at IHOP
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puduhead 08-10-2007 06:03 AM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> Sticking my dick in the pancake batter at IHOP

Photoshop please?
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Danoz 08-11-2007 01:39 PM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> Sticking my dick in the pancake batter at IHOP

Maybe you're bi-curious?
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The 9th Sage 08-11-2007 03:14 PM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> Maybe you're bi-curious?

Is there such a thing as female/male pancake batter?
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Reaper man 08-11-2007 04:31 PM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> Is there such a thing as female/male pancake batter?

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JadussD 08-12-2007 01:33 AM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> > Sticking my dick in the pancake batter at IHOP
>
> Maybe you're bi-curious?
>

Yeth, maybe that ith it.
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puduhead 08-13-2007 07:51 PM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> > Sticking my dick in the pancake batter at IHOP
>
> Maybe you're bi-curious?

Like JadussD, I believe in past lives. So it's quite possible I was a woman in a previous existence.

that being said, I see no point in homosexuality for myself and the propagation of my kind.

My GF and I have a little daughter and may have more kids. Couldn't do that if I was gay, especially when wanting to raise the kids with the 2 parents they spawned from.

As for BI, I never really understood that. Choose a team!
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JadussD 08-14-2007 12:42 AM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> As for BI, I never really understood that. Choose a team!
>

You'd think so, but the idea of gender is simply an idea created by the binary opposition of "male" and "female", which is only a distinction made by language. In truth, gender is only a spectrum. Every female has male qualities, and every male has female qualities. So to say that someone is "male" or "female" is limiting, in that they have characteristics of each within each "gender". The concept of "male" and "female" are actually obsolete now that reproducing does more harm to the world than good. So, we can discard notions of gender in the hopes of creating a new hermaphrodite race of individuals with personalities that are by default balanced between what are now considered female and male characteristics, so they don't have the personality imbalance caused by being "male" or "female" exclusively.
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Essee 08-14-2007 02:13 AM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> In truth, gender is only a spectrum. Every female has male
> qualities, and every male has female qualities. So to say that
> someone is "male" or "female" is limiting, in that they have
> characteristics of each within each "gender".

I have to agree on that, personally. I've never attached much importance to gender myself, aside from whatever part of it affects your personality. I kinda disagree with... umm... the parts about discarding gender entirely, creating perfect balance between male and female (be it personality or physical characteristics you're referring to), and having only one gender causing a "personality imbalance," though. I mean, variety is fun, you know? It's what makes the world interesting, and although I completely think it sucks when somebody is miserable because they were born transsexual, I don't think gender is necessarily a limiting thing.

And for the record, I am bisexual (and, well, female) myself. That's just the way I feel about things-- I'm just attracted to males and females. Period. I think it's weird that there seem to be people that understand ONLY being bi or ONLY being gay, but not both... But hey, I don't really mind that people don't really understand either state, as long as they aren't prejudiced against people because of it. Heck, some people who THINK they're one sexual orientation don't actually understand whether they are or not, but that's for them to work out for themselves. Heck, orientation is another spectrum, separate from gender, too. =)

I would say that this discussion is getting off-topic, but then again the first post's actual TEXT was about sticking your dick and pancakes (and created by the person I'm replying to), so... <img src=smilies/magbiggrin.gif>
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JadussD 08-14-2007 06:38 AM

Re: Anti-social Personality Disorder
 
> I have to agree on that, personally. I've never attached
> much importance to gender myself, aside from whatever part
> of it affects your personality. I kinda disagree with...
> umm... the parts about discarding gender entirely, creating
> perfect balance between male and female (be it personality
> or physical characteristics you're referring to), and having
> only one gender causing a "personality imbalance," though. I
> mean, variety is fun, you know? It's what makes the world
> interesting, and although I completely think it sucks when
> somebody is miserable because they were born transsexual, I
> don't think gender is necessarily a limiting thing.

Well, I suppose having the full spectrum might be more interesting. However, there is the definite conflict caused by people denying either their masculine or feminine halves, which is the source of all manner of stupidity and conflict. You can't really relate to someone if you're missing the half of you that they would correspond to...so it's a tricky thing. It should be like Yin and Yang, there being masculinity in the feminine and femininity in the masculine, but it doesn't work that way too often. The last 3100 years or so have been about male domination; females are only getting a hold of how to assert themselves since maybe the beginning of the 20th century. It's a tricky situation...
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