i know what uncomfortable sex is like. It is a hard process for some to overcome. I have stayed with the same man though for 6 years. We have three kids. Our relationship has grown so incredibly close because I communicated with him my needs and he his. I also patiently listened and became aware of his needs. I accepted the fact that he is not perfect nor am I. We work together on bettering ourselves. He is the most loving and patient man I have ever met. I want to encourage you that there is hope in a man becoming a man. you may not want to face the reality of GOD causing it to happen but I have proof of GOD doing the work in a man to make a man. Pick up a Bible and read boldly. Start to encounter people that believe in the Bible. You do not have to aggree with them but I guarantee You will be graciosly given the answer to your needs getting met. I will give you over to Him in prayer now............. I hope you sleep well and know someone does care about you and the beautiful person you are.
-- dawn hoffmeister, September 11, 1997
LOL! This is great!
-- Chance Platt, March 3, 1999
Hehe, ...this is a laugh! And I might add, a lot of fundamental truths among these lines ...and that's scary. Phallocentric social conditioning is prevalent.
-- Carole Gray-Weihman, June 30, 1999
It is better to have a thousand voices who can't seem to get along than to have one voice that can only agree with itself.
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Thanks for the thoughts. Oh, and these links open in a new window so you can come back here by closing your browser window.
-- jon d, August 5, 1999
Thank you for thumbing your nose at the alterna-establishment, Political Correctness [or, as you term it, 'Appropriate Inclusivity'], and the whole 'Social Construction' milieu.
Your humour is much appreciated. And I hope it pisses a lot of people off.
For those who are somewhat less amused by these pages, ask yourself the following question concerning a favorite academic theory [Marxism, Social Construction, et. al.]: "Is there really much out there that <insert theory> does *NOT* explain?"
If you have a lot of trouble answering this question, then you are no longer examining a theory. You are believing a religion.
-- Paul Cox, September 28, 1999
The Urban Legends Reference Pages take a look at the "Advice and Instruction for Young Brides" here: http://www.snopes.com/weddings/newlywed/advice.htm
The gist of it: The wording gives it away. Although the use of the word "sex" to indicate the sex act was sort of known in the very late 1800s (it previously had been used only to indicate gender), its use in that form then would have been quite cutting edge. One wonders if a minister's wife would have thrown it about with such abandon. Surely "conjugal relations" would have been the term of choice.
Other language usages give one pause: " . . . and turned off all the lights . . ." Would people in 1894 speak of 'turning off' lights? Usage changes more slowly than the technology around it, and at that time even though electric lights were in use in many households, one would still term the act of shutting them off as "putting out" or "extinguishing," not "turning off." The days of gas lamps weren't that far in the past.
Whether or not you buy these arguments, this last bit is interesting (and fits in with the theme of this "Dating" page):
Don't take it too seriously, but enjoy it all the same...But be careful who you pass it along to: In 1996, a Seattle ombudsman was fired by the city council after forwarding it to a female co-worker. His action was deemed misconduct.
Barbara "some cardinal rules are cuckoo" Mikkelson
(The source of the Seattle firing is mentioned on the page as an article from the Seattle Times, Oct. 22, 1996, by one David Schaefer, "City Council Fires Ombudsman").
-- David Cohen, November 5, 2000
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-- travis richards, March 4, 2009
Close your eyes and think of England
http://www.telegraph.co.uk. 06 May 2009.
A couple were arrested after being caught having sexual intercourse on the Queen's lawn outside Windsor Castle. The pair, in their early thirties, stripped on a private grass bank at the castle, where Her Majesty was in residence.
"They even ignored the Please Keep Off The Grass signs".
The couple, who were described by police as "respectable people with respectable jobs", were said to be "mortified" by their actions.
A police source said they were put in cells overnight to sober up before being cautioned for outraging public decency. Jonas B.
-- Jonas B, May 11, 2009
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