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(Mar 17, 2019 06:13 PM)C C Wrote: It's a tad amusing to stumble across radio or TV tabloid shows and "human interest" headlines in the context of today's blunt, "Dear Abby" advice givers (like this one as example), that either crudely analyze or tentatively fret over some "new normal" with regard to obliging male expectations.

As if it matters one whit, these "Are personal boundaries being violated?" explorations of cosmetic surgery demands and extreme/forceful versions of sex practices becoming commonplace. Since the appeasing subset and the next generation subset of young women (and appeasing gay slash trans dates, when that's the case) are just going to keep accommodating whatever graduated next-level, "pioneering" and occasionally bizarre cravings that these guys continue to develop in the future. Till whatever _X_ does become an entrenched expectation.

Maybe you shouldn't be accepting what a pornographer (and presumably porn "performer") deems a "new normal". https://slate.com/author/stoya

Personal boundaries can only be violated either criminally or due to a lack of defining/defending them. If it's the former, press charges, and if it's the latter, learn to set and jealously guard your own personal boundaries. Violating your own boundaries to appease others is a personal problem. No one knows your boundaries unless you express them AND don't abandon them at the first sign of pressure.

Was the sexual revolution all about women violating their own personal boundaries to accommodate guys? That's where all this started. Women wanting to be as sexually free as men, and men subsequently treating women as if they have the same sexual interests as men. The latter does not generally happen without the former.
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#52
For the sake of 'something' here is the original comic strip I tried to paraphrase.
https://www.gocomics.com/bloomcounty/1983/05/15
I deleted it because I didn't want to spoil the thread - that worked well.
What inspired me to post it (some lyric somewhere) is lost in the mists of time.
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(Mar 18, 2019 08:33 PM)confused2 Wrote: For the sake of 'something' here is the original comic strip I tried to paraphrase.
https://www.gocomics.com/bloomcounty/1983/05/15
I deleted it because I didn't want to spoil the thread - that worked well.
What inspired me to post it (some lyric somewhere) is lost in the mists of time.

Well, in that spirit of healing the thread... from the kick I gave it... Getting it back on track with something that at least seems quasi-recent(?)... albeit hardly a "knock your sox off" type solo instrumental performance that Tommy Emmanuel is noted for... actually a duet and lesson, on top of that mitigating factor. Why him? He's 63 and probably not much longer for the world, given the inclination of acoustic guitar players for wild living in younger days and fateful attraction to automobile and aircraft accidents. Wink


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVq5WHsny5o

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