Tuesday, February 16, 2016

(Part 2) NSFW Commentary on the personal ads on Craig's List

Part 1 here

In my first part I didn't talk about women seeking women, because men posting crotch pictures is too much in one viewing. Again, not surprised just sad. I can only take so much pathetic sexual sadness each day, and lonely horny guys posting pictures of their exposed genitalia creates a lot of sadness in me I guess.

For the sincere posts for women seeking women, again it was more of the "why not" type of posting.

There was also a lot of fraudulent click-bait, usually with a picture of pornographic nature to lure men to.

There seems to be an exploitation of young femme lesbians, that they are some sort of sexual freaks for the pleasures of others,

 There were a lot of disclaimers asking for NO MEN and NO COUPLES (heterosexual), if a young lesbian woman describe herself in anyway as being femme she must be flooded with inquiries.Think about all the girl on girl pornography to entertain men that now exists.

There is also something quite upsetting about the couples, it's bad enough that a husband treats a wife poorly, but then wants a concubine of sorts to the mix. The couple advertisements are creepy, just as creepy as a men seeking men type ads. Some couples kept insisting how normal they really were. Another couple, written by the wife I assume spent most of the personal ad talking about what she looked like, and the concubine (that's what they are really looking for!) had to be specific measurements. Specifically she really couldn't be too pretty, but they wanted someone who was pretty and educated.

Essentially, your husband wants to cheat on you with a younger woman, but somehow this is will be OK if you are in the room and probably get some action out of it too again for your husband's pleasure. Sure she may not live with the couple, but she's expected to put out on "date nights"

PATHETIC.

3 comments:

  1. We're different than ISIS only in degree, not kind.

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  2. I do well avoiding this exploitation, but it's only two to three clicks away.

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  3. I do well avoiding this exploitation, but it's only two to three clicks away.

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