Being afraid of one's own body
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09-03-2011, 09:02 PM
RE: Being afraid of one's own body
I think you have to keep it to yourself until you put it to use or most girls will think you're a pervert. That's just in my experience though.

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10-03-2011, 12:45 AM
RE: Being afraid of one's own body
(09-03-2011 08:42 PM)gaglamesh731 Wrote:  Is knowledge of female anatomy a good way to impress women or does it just make you come across as gross ?
I's a good way to impress but not in the male sense of the word. Smile
In other words: Don't brag about it stupid!

You can, however, use that knowledge to to be more thoughtful about your girl. You can impress her with your empathy. And empathy is just easily found when you have more knowledge of her situation.

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10-03-2011, 12:28 PM
RE: Being afraid of one's own body
Received and understood.

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12-03-2011, 12:01 AM
RE: Being afraid of one's own body
That's actually sad D:, we should teach these people there is nothing to be ashamed of! we all have those body parts.

This also remind me of the time when I was scared of my penis (medical term, not being inappropriate, sorry if offended) when I was little, because I was putting this medication thing, on the tip of it. and it began to stretch like outward, revealing the inside slowly each day. I realized then it was just extra skin that got stuck there. I remember phoning my parents because I was pulling on the foreskin, wondering what it was in there.

I'm not really afraid of anything about myself, except for this weird lump on my lower bottom, my parents were curious about it, and told me not to worry.



knowing about the female anatomy ? Maybe tell them you are a medical student, and handling it maturely Smile

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12-03-2011, 03:44 AM
RE: Being afraid of one's own body
(05-03-2011 12:33 PM)The_observer Wrote:  In Belgium you have the right on 10 free visits of a breastfeeding coach. The one who visits us now is a very competent middle age woman who is also midwife. (I call her "The specialist from Venus" in a reference to "Men are from Mars, woman are from Venus")

While talking and babbling with my wife she gave us tips that you should have a "breast feel". By that she means that you should touch your breasts often. On a side-note she said that some woman are afraid to touch their breasts (not my wife). Later, she told us that she once had a patient that stated she had "spiders in her vagina". She (the patient) was too embarrassed to ask someone or to even look at the period bandage where she found the "spider". She, however, kept it and showed it to our "Venusian specialist". What happened: A piece of degradable wire from the episiotomy stitches came loose and got stuck in the blood.

We laughed about that a bit. but then it struck me...
The more I thought about it, the less funny it got...
I asked her, "Why did that poor women not check it for herself?"
She said that she was to embarrassed to do so. Turns out that there are normal people in the world who live normal lives but who are afraid of their own body. Woman (I don't know about men) who are afraid to touch their breasts, who don’t dare to have an orgasm, who think their ladyparts are too filthy to even touch or look at.

I think that’s kind of sad!


Any thoughts of you people?

That is sad. It sounds like self-inflicted catholicism.

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