I am not sure if this has been discussed in this forum. It is a rather difficult topic for me to bring up because in my pursuit to become a better man, I feel I need to somehow deal with this in a…Continue
"I wonder if you didn't have an idea that she was 'experienced' prior to your marriage. Is it the exact number of partners that bothers you the most? 10, 20 or 25, how were things between you before you heard the magic…"
"Alright there David,
If you led a similar path before to your wife then I doubt it would be an issue for that you couldn't come to terms with.
I made a pact with myself what to me is acceptable in a fiancee' history…"
"David---this topic comes up now and again, and I'm going to tell you what I honestly believe, even though it might not be popular in our current cultural climate. Sex is like fire--contained within its proper boundaries, it's…"
"I hope it's a good prize.
My girlfriend's family is Mexican, so no surprises there as far as religious affiliation goes. No moralizing other than some occasional mumbo-jumbo about how lonely and sad a world without God…"
"Conservatism is not used here in the political sense, but rather the vanilla flavored ice cream sense, do we need mint chocolate chip to live a flavor filled life? Nope. But, I like it.
That Alyssa does not try to persuade…"
"I agree, there is no character arch. But then, such is life. Which makes for poor story, but powerful example. We either learn, or not, from our experiences. Yet it is our experiences which make us who we are. Even if…"
"Interesting. I've taken pics exactly one time. And not for my own indulgence. But, rather hers. She complained the angles were all wrong and girls could never get a good view. I took that as a cue and obliged her…"
"Two separate questions.
Family is a rather fluid word, perhaps you mean why the hatchlings? The answer is simple. The world requires my awesome.
Perhaps you're inquiring into a world of monogamy. That, is…"
"Vanilla or not, it's still true; and recognizing truth isn't relativism. It's sort of the opposite, as relativism rejects the idea of truth.
Now there is a decade that saw a decline of decency: 1970's (maybe more…"
"The vanilla response is often to just claim that "every generation thinks the next one is worse than the previous". However I'd say that some are objectively more right than others.Only problem with it is that it's essentially…"
"While I believe the perception has always occurred throughout time even going back to Socrates, I believe there are some objective social changes in this day and age which are arguably worse than those which existed a few generations ago:The economy…"
"Having looked into the whole "red pill" pill thing, there's less of any one coherent view:At the most basic the view is essentially that long term relationships often do not work out, and that having a starry eyed "Disney"…"