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27-10-2014, 07:10 PM (This post was last modified: 27-10-2014 07:30 PM by GirlyMan.)
RE: Religion and Sexual Oppression
(27-10-2014 05:54 PM)Shadow Fox Wrote:  Saving yourself reminds me of these.
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Purity Balls.

giggle giggle giggle ... He said purity balls ... teehee teehee teehee. I swear I can't understand the level of ignorance to not recognize the double entendre and maybe think about changing the name. How 'bout purity sockhops. That seems safe enough ... Consider ... no, that's got a different even worse double entendre.

As far as your personal sob story, sounds like lack of confidence and self-esteem. There are professionals who can help you with that. It's kinda like their calling and shit. But you're gonna want to do your homework 'cause you typically won't find them just walking the street.

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27-10-2014, 11:12 PM
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(27-10-2014 07:25 AM)RobbyPants Wrote:  I hate those pledges that some churches have girls make. It's unrealistic to expect them to be able to hold to them, it adds immeasurable guilt to many girls that are doomed to "fail", and to top it off, many of them have creepy, creepy ceremonies where the girl and their dad get dressed up for the pledge. I hate that.


it could be worse, apparently some parents recommend chastity devices for boys or girls.

http://chastetothegloryofgod.blog.com/


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And without so much as a mere touch, cut me into little pieces

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28-10-2014, 04:55 AM
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(27-10-2014 11:12 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  
(27-10-2014 07:25 AM)RobbyPants Wrote:  I hate those pledges that some churches have girls make. It's unrealistic to expect them to be able to hold to them, it adds immeasurable guilt to many girls that are doomed to "fail", and to top it off, many of them have creepy, creepy ceremonies where the girl and their dad get dressed up for the pledge. I hate that.


it could be worse, apparently some parents recommend chastity devices for boys or girls.

http://chastetothegloryofgod.blog.com/

Those people's views of sex are quite weird - just read some comments and follow some of the links.

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28-10-2014, 06:02 AM
RE: Religion and Sexual Oppression
(27-10-2014 06:44 PM)Shadow Fox Wrote:  
(27-10-2014 06:23 PM)morondog Wrote:  

Another real problem is that I do not make friends very easily. I have almost nothing in common with most people and holding a conversation is the hardest thing ever for me. I am too quiet and whatnot lol.

It's sad, as pathetic as I am, I am by far the most social of the people in this house and the second most social person out of every friend I have.

Morondog had really good advice. Also, don't throw up after I say this, but what other people's first impressions of you don't matter, what matters is that you think of yourself. I know that sounds super cheesy and you probably want to slap me for saying that, but its true. You are not pathetic. I have a hard time making friends too. I'm kinda quiet and awkward at first and, as an atheist, I don't have a lot in common with people in the bible belt. I'm just not as social and I'm a homebody.
One thing I thought about doing for myself is to start taking a class at the gym. Kinda to force myself out of my comfort zone and out of the house. LOL

Also, that purity balls video was disturbing as fuck. LOL

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28-10-2014, 06:13 AM
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(27-10-2014 06:44 PM)Smercury44 Wrote:  religious right's motto may as well be "sex is dirty, and a sin. Save it for someone you love" Dodgy

Near the end of my Christianity, I helped out in my churches youth group. One of the sermon series was, of course, about sex. They actually told these teens that once you have sex you'll be permanently connected with that persons heart forever, and even when you're married you'll never be able to separate your soul from your first. Blink It made me mad because a lot of these students were probably no longer virgins, and that shit is as discouraging as fuck! Might as well do it with everyone!

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Their thoughts are someone else's opinions,
their lives a mimicry,
their passions a quotation."
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28-10-2014, 07:24 AM
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(27-10-2014 06:44 PM)Shadow Fox Wrote:  2.Girls? ...hang with? ... Zero, ziltch, nada, El Nothing.
Root of your problem right there. You're like a space alien wondering why humans don't wanna ride his spaceship. Capsice? You gotta know the species before you can fuck 'em. And porn doesn't count as behavioural studies. *Learn* by just talking and not expecting too much. Go to a sports club or a bookstore or something - girls go to such places. Get out the house. If you're not prepared to challenge yourself what makes you think anyone's gonna knock on your door and smother you in kisses?

Quote:Please do not call me creepy. That title has been following me around for the last 10 years or so. I have literally seen females, children walk to the other side of the street when they see me and I never did nothing. I never look at them or whatever..so there is no creepy pedo or rapist looks going their way because I am not even really looking at them. People stare at me in shopping malls. I wear black and sometimes I wear a long coat, but I am nothing compared to the people with 2ft color spikey hair or metal bits coming out of every orifice of their body with tons of tattoos and metal junk all over their shits and pants, and people like that never get weird stares because its normal these days.
*You* know you're not a creep but *they* don't. You can either learn what you're doing wrong to give that impression (probably largely your inexperience) or... carry right on I guess. Good luck to you.

Quote:Another real problem is that I do not make friends very easily. I have almost nothing in common with most people and holding a conversation is the hardest thing ever for me. I am too quiet and whatnot lol.
Poor you. I am exactly the same. I don't easily make friends etc. But it's possible to learn these things. What I see right now is you sitting on the sidelines of life and refusing to make an effort *yourself*. If you don't make an effort, same deal, no one else will.

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(06-02-2014 03:47 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  And I'm giving myself a conclusion again from all the facepalming.
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