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Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 2 answers

What's your opinion on female only spaces?

sounds like a good and useful thing for those females who want to hang out in female-only spaces, so, if there's a demand for them, they should exist. it seems like it would be problematic nowadays because anyone can identify as female, unless you only allow biological females. i guess some female-only spaces could be accepting of people identifying as female, they could have members that don't mind it or they could happen to have only one or two transgenders and have a small number of members who are uncomfortable with that so they could just suck it up.

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 3 answers

How do you deal with temper tantrums?

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 3 answers

What the best fantasy book of all time?

only fantasy books I ever read were the Mode series by Piers Anthony. I liked them.

Shannon asked about 7 hours ago · 3 answers

Have you ever studied abroad as an adult?

Shannon asked about 7 hours ago · 2 answers

Would you be a step parent?

Maybe. I tend to shy away from girls on dating sites that have children, just because I don't think I would make a good parent. But if I met the right girl maybe I could be convinced, or convince myself, to brave it out.

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 2 answers

Have you ever stolen money as a child and teenager or a adult?

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 2 answers

Would you date someone much younger than you?

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 3 answers

What's the best science fiction book of all time?

Shannon asked about 6 hours ago · 2 answers

What's your opinion on telling people what they can and can't eat?

If I were supreme dictator, it would be illegal to sell unhealthy food, or maybe you could sell it but with some mechanism for regulating how much of it individuals eat. I know it's authoritarian, but it would be the only way to get people to eat healthy. It would make people healthier and happier, and would also significantly reduce the cost of health insurance and Medicare.

Daniel asked 1 day ago · 11 answers

What was the last city that you have visited as a tourist?

A asked 6 days ago · 5 answers

If you were to become well known, what would it be for? As silly or as serious responses as you like 🙂

Danger asked about 22 hours ago · 3 answers

For academic purposes. Do you enjoy having sex with your partner penetrating their anal or you don't? I don't actually.

I do, I can feel it more. My member doesn't seem to have a lot of feeling. Though I learned the hard way that you can't just have anal sex whenever. Have it when she wants to have it. That's when she's evacuated her bowels and having anal sex won't stink up the whole room. =p

Arman asked 2 days ago · 11 answers

[Hot take on why men don't like promiscuous women] "As a women if you get pregnant, you know for a fact that child is yours. But if that women slept with other men, you cannot guarantee paternity. I know in the past 40 years it's possible through DNA tests but that doesn't undo hundreds of thousands of years of evolution and biology." Thoughts? Counterarguments?

Sounds a bit reaching. I think it has more to do with the fact that, sexually/romantically, men play the role of contestant vying for sex/love, while women play the role of selector granting or denying it. Also men are more driven by desire for sex with hot women, while women are more driven by the desire for love and security. So of course men would have sex with 150 women if they could, but for a woman to do that is unnatural. And these roles are products of evolution, so evolutionary psychology applies to this explanation too. It sounds like I'm slut shaming in my argument, but I'm not. IDGAF if women are promiscuous. I actually l

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A asked 1 day ago · 5 answers

What would you consider brave?

One example would be risking your life to save someone or to save multiple people. Another example would be risking your life for some political cause. Also, my trying to work many years ago was brave af.

Shannon asked 3 days ago · 9 answers

A man in England was turned away from a pub in Liverpool by a bouncer for being too old. Thoughts?

It's a big world, lots of stuff happening all over the place 24/7, it's no surprise something like this happened once somewhere. If it were a regular occurrence then it might be an outrage.