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Thunderstorm

Not a Kardashian

Postby Thunderstorm » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:01 pm

We are all the same, but lets have a workshop to illustrate the correct way to say no to homosexual advances.

Genderqueer. They are just making shit up now.
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GLX

Outhouse Editor

Postby GLX » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:22 pm

Thunderstorm wrote:We are all the same, but lets have a workshop to illustrate the correct way to say no to homosexual advances.

Genderqueer. They are just making shit up now.


http://www.roostertailscomic.com/?p=1495
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Thunderstorm

Not a Kardashian

Postby Thunderstorm » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:49 pm



That is insanity and nobody can hope to keep up with all that nonsense. People are more than their sexual identity. You could apply a 'spectrum' to ANY aspect of a person if you're insecure enough about it.
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pastajoe

Fagorstorm

Postby pastajoe » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:52 pm

syxxpakk wrote:This is a legit question and not meant to be rude: how old are you?

It seems to me you might not have a working understanding of what actually happens at parties, clubs, bars, etc these days.


I'm married, I gave up bar hopping a long time ago. But I still believe you should get to know someone before you start making out with them.
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syxxpakk

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby syxxpakk » Sun Apr 28, 2013 3:14 pm

Which is fine but that's not reality anymore as it's a pretty normal occurrence. That aside, they weren't trying to make girls actually kiss. They were trying to teach non-hateful responses.
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Keb

<( ' . ' )>

Postby Keb » Sun Apr 28, 2013 4:12 pm

pastajoe wrote:
I'm married, I gave up bar hopping a long time ago. But I still believe you should get to know someone before you start making out with them.

99% of drunk guys at clubs, bars, lounges, house parties, in the middle of the street, on public transit, etc. would disagree with you.

Have you ever read The Game by Neil Strauss?

Although I believe that one of the best ways to clown your homie is by laughing at his ass when he leans in for the "kiss close" and she turns her head to the side.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:50 am

asking students to request a kiss as part of a seminar of all things is pretty stupid irrespective of the context.

we sure as hell didn't have sex ed classes where we were told to solicit kisses from anyone when i was at high school. especially at 13-14yrs old.
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e_galston

Staff Writer

Postby e_galston » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:08 am

fieldy snuts wrote:asking students to request a kiss as part of a seminar of all things is pretty stupid irrespective of the context.

we sure as hell didn't have sex ed classes where we were told to solicit kisses from anyone when i was at high school. especially at 13-14yrs old.


except it was role playing in a class room environment they weren't actually asking a girl to kiss them.. the point of the activity was to learn how to not be a total asshole when faced with someone who is over a different sexual orientation than you asks you something like that.

I understand what the school was doing. And honestly i kind of applaud it. Its not teaching kids to ask total strangers for a kiss. They could have changed it to having a girl ask a girl for a date, cause that would warrant the same type of response.

And really unless you are in a place where there are only people of the same sexual orientation, gay people do run the risk of finding someone attractive/interesting and they not be gay. And there are people out there who would do something potentially harmful to them if they were asked if they wanted to go out on a date. If we educate people when they are just starting to have romantic inclinations (right around puberty) then maybe we can prevent the bad things from happening.


(and i'm pretty certain that someone will rip my opinion apart)
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habitual

Silly French Man

Postby habitual » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:41 am

e_galston wrote:
except it was role playing in a class room environment they weren't actually asking a girl to kiss them.. the point of the activity was to learn how to not be a total asshole when faced with someone who is over a different sexual orientation than you asks you something like that.

I understand what the school was doing. And honestly i kind of applaud it. Its not teaching kids to ask total strangers for a kiss. They could have changed it to having a girl ask a girl for a date, cause that would warrant the same type of response.

And really unless you are in a place where there are only people of the same sexual orientation, gay people do run the risk of finding someone attractive/interesting and they not be gay. And there are people out there who would do something potentially harmful to them if they were asked if they wanted to go out on a date. If we educate people when they are just starting to have romantic inclinations (right around puberty) then maybe we can prevent the bad things from happening.


(and i'm pretty certain that someone will rip my opinion apart)


That's because you really agree with fieldy.

Hab

3MJ

Postby 3MJ » Mon Apr 29, 2013 1:55 am

Punchy is just shocked they allow girls an education.
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Keb

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Postby Keb » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:03 am

Jubilee wrote:Punchy is just shocked they allow girls an education.

That's because he gets met with physical violence when he asks girls for kisses.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Mon Apr 29, 2013 3:48 am

even putting kids barely into their teens in a position where they kiss in front of adults has massively creepy undertones regardless of its purpose..

let kids discover kissing on their own and just teach them basic etiquette for how to react to those situation.
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syxxpakk

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby syxxpakk » Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:11 am

fieldy snuts wrote:even putting kids barely into their teens in a position where they kiss in front of adults has massively creepy undertones regardless of its purpose..


Yep. Good thing that's nothing at all like or similar to what happened.
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fieldy snuts

Rain Partier

Postby fieldy snuts » Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:36 am

syxxpakk wrote:
Yep. Good thing that's nothing at all like or similar to what happened.



Can you give me the version that isn't TLDR?
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Keb

<( ' . ' )>

Postby Keb » Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:32 am

Presentation at school by university kids for high school kids on how to turn down requests nicely. Girls were asked to request kiss from other girls to demonstrate how to say no. Girls complained to parents. Parents went nuts.

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