Is being two-toned a turn off? A question for Men and Women.  

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7/26/2005 8:57 pm

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Is being two-toned a turn off? A question for Men and Women.


Vitiligo: Vitiligo (Also known as Vitalago) is a dermatological condition characterized by the appearance of white patches of skin on different parts of the body as a result of the destruction of the cells that make pigment (melanocytes). This may vary from one or two white spots on the skin to large areas of depigmentation. Vitiligo is not contagious. It seems to occur more often among people who have certain autoimmune diseases. For some people, although not for everyone, the depigmentation is progressive.

This covers over 40 percent of my body, my hands and feet, my chest and back. Yes, even there too. These spots can hurt violently if exposed to sun for long periods of time, and often burn. I tend to stay indoors because of this, taking the lifestyle of an artist or writer from time to time but mostly a Geek, or Otaku (Japansese for Anime Fanatic).

During junior high, when the coloration grew I was forced to take PE. That meant outside. While the rest of my body tanned the spots did not and grew. "Spotted mother fucking cow" and a phrase in Spannish I cannot remember nor wish to, I was called constantly. I was hurt by those, being a not very confident boy I worried what other people thought. I became a target for almost anyone in those schools. Even the girls thought I was a freak and for a time I believed it as well.

Shift forward a few years. High School. I had accepted my "spots" Though now they were large patches of skin. I was something special. No one else in my school had it. I didn't notice them unless someone said had I been burned.

The two girls who have ever seen me naked had similar but different ideals to it. One loves that my balls are two different colors. It facinates her. The other loves the fact she gets to fuck a two toned dick.

So what is your opinion. If a guy like me or a woman with the same condition, would it turn you off? Would you be excited? Indifferent?

Why do I ask if I am use to it?

Well, I am _so_ use to this I totally forgot to mention it in my profile. Get this, I actually ran into someone from this site today (Accidentally, I was at work. Hell I was shocked somoene recognised me!!!) and she freaked. Apparently on top of being taller than she thought the look of my hands spooked her. I just kinda was shocked my it, not to mentioned VERY embarassed, I work in a Foley's and my co worker was RIGHT THERE.

Oh well... Though I will keep her name out of the picture I am startled you that badly. I apologise very much. If I see you again I hope we can talk on a more am amiable nature.

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