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Introduce Yourself » Finally decided to join » November 1, 2017 12:08 am

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Amans lacrimae wrote:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XqgNmC7tklo

I think she had a very athletic body, in this video, if you watch closely in 1:32 and in 2:22-24 you can notice her thigh muscles jiggle a little.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=g8YV2EgzQ7g check 1:51, 2:17 and 2:47.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fqhPr2JiPZE check ar:0:53.

You will know what I mean, as far as I have seen, two of the most amazing fit bodies I encountered.

Check them out, tell me if you noticed, feel free to ask.

Okay I see what you're talking about. I've seen some of that in women's lacrosse and weightlifting. It's quite attractive.

Crying Discussion » Have you ever had your tears wiped? » October 30, 2017 12:57 am

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My tears have generally been wiped by people who I've been in a relationship with, or by very close friends, as I've detailed on this forum a few times. I've always liked it, as long as it's being done by someone who I've allowed into my personal space. If it was a girlfriend or boyfriend who was doing it, I usually would move closer to them. If it was a friend who did it, I would at least turn to face them and talk to them (if I wasn't already doing that). Now, if someone kisses me while I'm crying I tend to get quite aroused.

That said, it can get a little awkward sometimes. In my last year of high school I was crying to my girlfriend and she was really meticulously wiping all my tears, not kissing me at all, and I kind of wanted her to just stop and listen to what I was saying. It was as if the tears were annoying her. I didn't like that.

Crying Discussion » Wife obs, last night » October 30, 2017 12:41 am

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I desperately hope that she's getting the mental health care that she needs.

Introduce Yourself » Finally decided to join » October 20, 2017 1:51 am

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Welcome! You're going to fit right in. I'd love to get to know you.

Jiggling thighs? There's something I'd never thought of. In my experience, athletic toned thighs don't really jiggle that much. Share some obs!!

Crying Discussion » Are females more prone to crying in pain? » October 3, 2017 10:52 pm

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You’ve asked such a huge question. This post is going to be about science. If you want obs then skip to my next post. There’s no simple answer regarding whether women have a lower pain tolerance. Here’s a link to a meta-analysis about whether women feel pain more intensely than men: http://tinyurl.com/y8wtxdys

It basically concludes that there is some evidence that women have a lower pain threshold. This means that, if a man and a woman were both subjected to an equal, and gradually increasing amount of pressure on the same regions of their bodies, the woman would be more likely to be the first to perceive the sensation as pain. Women were also better at discriminating between different intensities of heat, and were more likely than men to report heat sensations as being painful. So women may have lower pain thresholds as well as lower pain tolerances, although these results are not generalizable in any useful way because the differences are so inconsistent. Athletes are a completely different story. Athletes have a higher pain tolerance, but they are also more aware of the pain. Here is a study about pain in dancers: http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/bjsports/29/1/31.full.pdf . Athletes know how much pain is normal, so they may be more sensitive to abnormal pain. Their higher pain threshold may simply be due to psychological conditioning, but if you read this article you will see all the confounding factors that make this study less than useful.

So this is super complicated. My observations are purely anecdotal and have no statistical power whatsoever.

Crying Discussion » crying as kid » September 21, 2017 2:36 am

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As a kid, my parents judged me based on my reasons for crying, but they wouldn't usually tell me to stop unless we were in public. They never tolerated it if I cried in protest against any of their decisions, or because I didn't want to study. If they were scolding me and I cried, they wouldn't tell me to stop, but they wouldn't soften their tone or lower their voices either. So basically, the only time they tried to shut me up was if I was crying in public and I was opposing them at the same time. However, if I was sad about something that had happened with my friends, or I was frustrated after falling short on a test or in gymnastics, they were pretty quick to comfort me and didn't try to get me to stop even if we were in public. My mother is fairly emotional (she literally just cried while talking to me on Skype an hour ago), so I think she felt hypocritical telling me not to be. She taught me that girls are sensitive and that sometimes we need to cry first before we can think about how to fix our problems. She forgot to mention that boys are sensitive toohttp://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/tongue.png
. She also let tears flow down her cheeks when she cried, and wiped them when she was done. I think this was the reason that, until I was almost 10 years old, I falsely thought that only girls could let tears fall down their face, and guys never did. 

It was mostly my father who had a problem with me crying in public, but I think he was just trying to teach me that there were certain places where crying would just cause me trouble. Funny thing is, my parents had two more daughters after me, and after a while I think my dad just gave up trying to stifle all the tears that were flowing in our household.My youngest sister has been allowed to cry over anything, anywhere, her whole life.

My crying increased through puberty and high school, through the process of coming out to my parents and friends, and then decreased to a more normal frequency as

Crying Discussion » Feeling tearful today » September 21, 2017 12:46 am

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Wow. This is the first time you've sobbed in a very long time, right? Sorry you're going through something so exceptionally difficult. I know you'll pull through, and I'm here if you wanna talk.

That said, when I saw that you had given us a self sobbing obs, for the first time in so many years...dude I have goosebumps. Gonna go walk this off. Jesus.

The Lounge » Rate Your Physical Attractiveness (0-10) » September 5, 2017 12:20 am

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College was super weird for me as well. I've tried my best to expunge most pictures of myself from those few years of my life (seriously stupid hair colors/styles/lengths, poor makeup decisions, inability to properly pose for pictures, etc.)

I'd say I'm between 7-8. I'm in shape, have a nearly symmetric face, and I take care of my skin. Unfortunately I'm a combination of two of the hairiest ethnicities on Earth; keeping that in check takes a lot of razors and a lot of dedication http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/sad.png
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Crying Discussion » Barely holding it together » September 5, 2017 12:08 am

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I'm sorry, caircair. Praying for him and you.

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