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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by Finesseful Finesseful wrote:

PICS is useful if you trying to learn some tricks, but if you are using it as you primary form of sexual stimulation & interaction (which many guys do) then it will become a problem later.


I haven't learned Anything from PICS bc a lot of those girls can't even sck a dck and it's all camera play. I do think a lot of boys use it as a tool but in my experiences men grow out of that with age. If I meet a 30 yr old man an he bangs me like a PICS star I'm gonna call u bc I will feel violated. Lol


You probably into that kinda sh*t anyway. LOL
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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by Finesseful Finesseful wrote:

Idk bout the op itself, but people do watch way too much PICS these days. Our minds have been ruined on what sex should be like.


I definitely agree with that.

Dr. Drew was just saying on his podcast that there was a university trying to do a study on how p.orn affects young males, but they had to scrap the study because they couldn't find any males who hadn't viewed PICS to be the control group.

He was also saying that it's no surprise that people in their 20's are finding it hard to have relationships because the males in that age group have had access to PICS since puberty and in many ways are now wired to need more extreme forms of sexual stimulation and don't really see the need for relationships since they can get sexual satisfaction easily from p.orn.

Quoting for emphasis. So very true. 

I've worked and talked with individuals like this. There was one man that was seeking counseling because he no longer found his wife attractive. No matter what she did for him, he just wasn't attracted to he,r and he didn't know why. After digging deeper, he admitted that he watched a lot of pornography. This was not a shock to me because this is one of the side effects of watching pornography - one's idea of reality becomes skewed causing one to have  unrealistic views of sex and relationships, and seek other, often extreme, outlets for sexual gratification.

Even though pornography is viewed as being 'harmless,' I think we can see the harm of it, and a hypersexualized culture in general, by just turning on the tv and looking at society/individuals around us. 
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The Puritan roots of this country coupled with the visual overstimulation of sex via p0rnography is what makes Americans seem to overanalyze everything when it comes to what is and what is not sexual.

Again, from the other thread, it is really not like this over here.  As another example, when my friends were students in elementary school, for sex education, they actually had a real man and a woman come to the class and get naked in front of them to show the actual body parts to the students.  She told me that this was a very normal part of their education.  I can't imagine what would happen if they did that in the US.

The attitudes about sex and sexual appropriateness are really different, depending on where in the world you are.
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Originally posted by princesshoneybee princesshoneybee wrote:

I was thinking about the other post and sometimes I think we as americans see sex in everything. I am a female and sometimes I allowed my neighbors small son to sleep in the same bed with me( he is 4 and refuses to sleep alone). I understand that there are psychos in the world but sometimes I think we take it a little too far. I don't like how we portray fathers as pervs just because they are male. What are your thoughts on this?
 
 
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I have a nephew (around the same age) that calls everyone (including me, his aunts, uncles, etc) his girlfriend and boyfriend. In his eyes, if you are his friend and you are a girl = girlfriend; a boy and his friend = boyfriend. Nothing sexual in his mind about it. He also is very affectionate - he gives hugs and kisses to everyone.
 
His mother had to sit down with him and tell him that it isn't ok to just go up to kiss strangers and he looked like  "What? why?!" LOL
 
BUT there are adults that are so quick to call him homosexual, or being fast/promiscious, etc.
 
Our views of gender roles are so rigid and strict, as well. For example, if a boy (small child) likes to cook and play house, and doesn't like to play football , we are quick to label him homosexual.
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Originally posted by india100 india100 wrote:

You see nothing wrong with a little girl exposure to her dad penis ? I trust my husband with our life , but we would never expose our 7yr old daughter to his private parts . India tells her father" Girls only" when I dress her . My husband is not perverted in any way , but we would never expose her to his male parts EVER !! I never saw my father body parts under any circumstance thank god . 
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No. Some people have gone through sexual abuse.
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Originally posted by TokyoRose TokyoRose wrote:

The Puritan roots of this country coupled with the visual overstimulation of sex via p0rnography is what makes Americans seem to overanalyze everything when it comes to what is and what is not sexual.

Again, from the other thread, it is really not like this over here.  As another example, when my friends were students in elementary school, for sex education, they actually had a real man and a woman come to the class and get naked in front of them to show the actual body parts to the students.  She told me that this was a very normal part of their education.  I can't imagine what would happen if they did that in the US.

The attitudes about sex and sexual appropriateness are really different, depending on where in the world you are.

I think I remember you posting this story before. People would probably riot if we did something like that in the US.
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Originally posted by purpulicious01 purpulicious01 wrote:

Originally posted by princesshoneybee princesshoneybee wrote:

I was thinking about the other post and sometimes I think we as americans see sex in everything. I am a female and sometimes I allowed my neighbors small son to sleep in the same bed with me( he is 4 and refuses to sleep alone). I understand that there are psychos in the world but sometimes I think we take it a little too far. I don't like how we portray fathers as pervs just because they are male. What are your thoughts on this?
 
 
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We do pervert a lot of things.
 
I have a nephew (around the same age) that calls everyone (including me, his aunts, uncles, etc) his girlfriend and boyfriend. In his eyes, if you are his friend and you are a girl = girlfriend; a boy and his friend = boyfriend. Nothing sexual in his mind about it. He also is very affectionate - he gives hugs and kisses to everyone.
 
His mother had to sit down with him and tell him that it isn't ok to just go up to kiss strangers and he looked like  "What? why?!" LOL
 
BUT there are adults that are so quick to call him homosexual, or being fast/promiscious, etc.
 
Our views of gender roles are so rigid and strict, as well. For example, if a boy (small child) likes to cook and play house, and doesn't like to play football , we are quick to label him homosexual.

TBH I never saw what the problem was with boys playing house and/or cooking. As usual we tend to have double standards when it comes to how children play. If a girl likes sports and playing with what would be considered boy toys such as cars we just call them tomboys or say "oh she will grow out of it" rather than being quick to holler she's a lesbian. Like you said if a boy likes playing house or "mommy & daddy" type games he's considered gay.
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I was raised to be very modest and I have a rather prudish view on things, but until I joined BHM, I swear that I had no clue about how many people male & female, from all countries have been either sexually abused or handled inappropriately in a sexual manner by an older person of influence during their childhood. That knowledge makes me even more sensitive to how I view people's behavior and my perception of how people act when they think that no one is watching.
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He was also saying that it's no surprise that people in their 20's are finding it hard to have relationships because the males in that age group have had access to PICS since puberty and in many ways are now wired to need more extreme forms of sexual stimulation and don't really see the need for relationships since they can get sexual satisfaction easily from p.orn.


thats an interesting concept, yet there is the perpetuation of the hung like a horst and fucck for 45 hours to enjoy sexual pleasure that young women tend to have

i mean, undoubtedly PICS has negative effects and has raised unrealistic depraved expectations in both sexes

we've had this type of discussion before, (perverted fantasies and duration of sexual intercourse to dtermine enjoyment)

but these discussions are that musch easier to have when we point the finger at young men because men are the "sexual predators by default" and society still considers women's sexual urges and desire moot points not worth discussion





Edited by afrokock - Jan 19 2013 at 6:20am
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