Size Discrimination RANT  

Barbiebunny69 43F
1457 posts
4/24/2005 3:13 am

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Size Discrimination RANT

nightstogether 56M

4/24/2005 7:56 am

The world would be a better place, but perhaps a touch more limited, if intelligence and education were factors in a person's sex life.

private-intellectual (.de)

keithcancook 60M
17718 posts
4/24/2005 6:52 pm

Right On Barbiebunny! A worthy ideal! I was much more shallow when I was a young man. I had to have that "trophy".

However, now I am no longer naive and am considerably wiser. Give me an honest and trustworthy woman before any other factors.

XTommyTheKatX 41M

4/25/2005 10:55 am

Couldn't agree more B!

One of the best sexual adventures I ever had was with a woman who didn't fit my typical size tastes. I DO have "tastes" in size which I naturally gravitate toward more and tend to get more easily turned on by, but by no means do I limit myself to those. The imagination and creativity and even enthusiasm factors all weigh much more heavily in my mind.

Gunslinger1954 62M

4/27/2005 12:28 pm

When it comes to size, the only thing that really matters is the size of your brain. If you can't get in a woman's head, how do you get in their heart? It never ceases to amaze me how some people dwell on size.

I did enjoy Shallow Hal, though.

zenyen 65M

4/28/2005 7:29 pm

I'm tired of it, too, Barbie. I'm not very tall, my cock's not really big, and neither are my breasts. Besides that I'm too old, aren't I?

Barbiebunny69 43F

4/29/2005 3:54 am

well hell Zen come here and ill put ya out to pasture but i will pamper you LOL Welcome to bunny heaven

zenyen 65M

4/29/2005 9:38 am

Well, Barbie, you are at least a year older than my daughter, which is my unofficial cut-off.

Denver_Obsidian 43M
43 posts
4/29/2005 10:58 pm

That was powerful - eloquent words to digital paper. I was so moved I had to check out your profile to learn more about you, Barbie. Curiously enough, one of the first things I noticed was a big, striking red X on my side of the Match Indicator, suggesting that I would be the wrong race for you if I were to try to make a connection. I believe whole heartedly with you about being open, but maybe we all still have hurdles we need to cross.

rm_Elysia2005 43F
412 posts
4/30/2005 11:47 am

I have to admit, I have certain preferences (ironic because I'm no Barbie-doll myself) but for the most part, if a guy can catch my mind, I'll give him a chance no matter what the size/looks/etc. Two notable exceptions... if a guy's package is too small for me to feel when he's in me, there's just no point, and though I didn't think it possible, I've run across some. Two, if a guy is as young, or almost as young, as the nephew whose diapers I used to change (1 he really doesn't stand a chance. If he's as old as, or older than, my stepdad (46) he needs something else that makes him irresistable, or I'm just gonna have a mental block there too.

Barbiebunny69 43F

4/30/2005 3:34 pm

Generally speaking Im not into black men. Ive tried it..i feel my experiences with them have been complicated, too personal for me to go into even in my blogs. However Denver, if a good soul comes around i am open to him no matter the color or hurdles.

Elysia xo

ProFotoFreak 45M

4/30/2005 8:07 pm

I'm torn on this subject. I was with a Sandra Bullock look-alike, and a Christina Applegate look-alike, and neither one was right in the head. The last person I was with had buck teeth, a lazy eye, and was over weight. She was the best thing that ever happened to me from a relationship standpoint. (Applegate was the best sex)

Yet here I am in your blog because I thought you were physically attractive. I don't appologize for that. There are men that really like big girls. There are men that really like black girls with big booties. There are women that get turned on by all sorts of different men.

Yes, there is a stereotypical "attractive woman" and "attractive man." I don't think that fitness is a bad thing to hold up as an ideal -- it's healthy. I DO think that this plastic surgery thing is way out of hand.

I'm sure I'm leaving things out, but I think it's complicated.

The bottom line is: Be who you are, like what you like. It just so happens that a lot of people like the same thing, yet there aren't a lot of people that fit that mold.

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