absolutelynormal 57F
6016 posts
4/24/2006 5:17 pm

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I've done some thinking on my blog from yesterday about getting old... Can you imagine how dangerous some of us would be if we still had reckelssness of youth combined with what we know now?

So what separates us from our younger cohorts? Experience. We have OJT. On the "job" training is a great thing. We teach ourselves while the job teaches back. We can try this out and that out and decide if we like doing whatever it was.

Growing up, we (I'm speaking of people approximately my age) didn't have the internet. We didn't have a website telling us that every man expects girls to act like they've had some real OJT, if ya know what I mean. If you don't I'll spell it out. When I was growing up, no one told me that guys my own age would think I was great if I knew how to give an excellent blowjob. I am sure they woulda thought it was great, but they all thought I was like most of them were, sexually inexperienced.

It's not like that now, you can look at the blogs of 18 year olds here and they are nothing like I was at 18. They're ALL experts now. I have a friend who likes women ( I think they're girls) young because they do what he says to. He can be quite convincing even to someone old like me, so I am sure they stand no chance with him. He's had more than his share of virginal butt sex.

I can't decide if the age of information is better than the one I grew up in. Back then it took time to get perverted. Perviness had to age and ripen, now, we got babies writing more porn than I do. I'm prevy in my own way, more sensual than a perv....hmmm...

Main Entry: 1perĀ·vert
Function: transitive verb
Pronunciation: p&r-'v&rt
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French pervertir, from Latin pervertere to overturn, corrupt, pervert, from per- thoroughly + vertere to turn -- more at PER- , worth
1 a : to cause to turn aside or away from what is good or true or morally right : CORRUPT b : to cause to turn aside or away from what is generally done or accepted : MISDIRECT
2 a : to divert to a wrong end or purpose : MISUSE b : to twist the meaning or sense of : MISINTERPRET

Well ok, to some Muslims, I'm perverted to anyone else, nah.

But.. if I knew then what I know now, I'd have been just like the lil pervs, full of knowledge, myself and probably you!

mycin62 55F

4/24/2006 5:24 pm

LOL, I know what you're saying, since we are relatively the same age, I can def identify. I have two teenagers and it's kind of scary the things they can find on the net. My kids both have myspace accounts, that place scares me. I try to moniter my daughter's since she's only 16. Kids today can find out ANYTHING, from how to make a bomb, to how to perform oral sex. WTF, we had to find that out the hard way, with OJT!! There IS to much info out there, most good, but some really bad, and the kids are to naive to figure out the difference.

As for the perv thing, yeah, I'm a perv too!

absolutelynormal replies on 4/24/2006 5:31 pm:
Yeah my kids have myspace too. I have a friend who is 30 soemthing who has a profile there, I'm like yeah uhm OK.. he's the one in the blog though, so makes sense.

Jeepidiot 43M

4/24/2006 5:55 pm

I'm still reckless at my age although I have looked back on some of the things I did in my teens and thought "What the heck was I thinking? I could of been killed?".

Can't blame kid's behavior all on the internet though. There are so many other variables and influences. Music, TV, movies, all of that stuff has gotten a great deal more graphic. I'm not placing all of the blame on that stuff though. I think it still ultimately comes back to how their parents raised them.

My mom use to work at a daycare center when I was younger. I use to go there sometimes after school and just play dodgeball and whatnot with the kids. Even then(15+ yrs ago), those kids knew more than I thought they should have. I remember one six year old girl got in trouble for french kissing and giving hickies to other kids underneath the table. How the heck did she know what a hickie was? This was all before the internet.

absolutelynormal replies on 4/24/2006 6:16 pm:
Kids will spy on their parents! My then 3 year old was beating the crap outta my then hubby's arm while the hubby was on top of me, he said "stop hurting my mommy!" Mommy musta been moaning.

I don't blame it all on the internet but think about how much you can learn here, espcially if you're a quick reader, and less likely to be caught if you can read quick and switch it back to homework help when mom comes in the room.

Speaking of reading, I've gotten some of my favorite sex "tips" from Cosmopolitan magazine, available OTC.

absolutelynormal replies on 4/24/2006 7:41 pm:
Hmmm, I already responded to this once... where'd it go??? Yes I agree can't blame it all on the internet, I can blame it on the parents to a certain degree.

southrnpeach333 51F

4/24/2006 7:33 pm

I agree with you. I think you have to grow into your perviness. Otherwise it is just sexual acrobatics. I like the sensuality that my OTJ training has developed.

absolutelynormal replies on 4/24/2006 7:42 pm:
OJT "breeds" sensuality, creativity and empathy Mac

ProtonicMan 49M

4/24/2006 8:46 pm

Interesting thoughts, Mac.

I had exposure to a lot of the "book" learning while I was a teen, through parties at the neighbor's house and looking through a friend's Dad's playboys. This was all pre-internet, too. Real experience (OJT) didn't happen for a number of years after, though.

The information has always been available, it's just a little easier for kids to get their hands on it now. Is that a bad thing? Perhaps, or perhaps not. I agree that a sizable number of parents seem to be shirking their parental responsibilities, and I think that is a bigger factor than the availability of the information.

Times change. Kids are developing more quickly in so many ways. I was talking with a friend last week about kids starting in sports. He is into go-kart racing, and he was telling me about a division for kids age 5 to 8. The 8- to 12-year olds run lap times nearly as fast as the adults. If a kid hasn't been racing since age 5, and s/he starts at age 8, s/he won't be competetive with the other kids.

Is this bad, or is it just different?

My daughter is still too young to be exposed to this stuff, and I don't want her to be exposed to it for another 13 to 15 years. I don't kid myself, though, that she won't be. My job as a parent these days is to make sure that she gets guidance to make good decisions with whatever questionable or kinky information she comes across, whether it is about drugs, STDs, or how to give a good BJ.

The best thing I can do for her is to help her understand consequences, gain confidence in her own judgement, and teach her not to have guilt about experimenting SAFELY and RESPONSIBLY.

OK, you can have your blog back now.


absolutelynormal replies on 4/24/2006 8:51 pm:
You're welcome to blog on my blog anytime you want to

rm_dragonheat23 52M
1158 posts
4/25/2006 1:16 pm

When I was 18, I thought that I might be a perv. Now that I have internet access and 22 more years under my belt, I have verified the fact. Of course, I am a more sophisticated perv now.

absolutelynormal replies on 4/27/2006 7:57 pm:
It's cheap to be a perv today too, even a sophisticated one like you

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