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  • Abstinence before Marriage

    19 25.68%
  • Fidelity in Marriage

    58 78.38%
  • Being against Pornography

    15 20.27%
  • Being against Homosexual/Bisexual/Transgender behavior

    9 12.16%
  • Patriotism

    12 16.22%
  • Religious Freedom

    67 90.54%
  • Right to Life: Against Abortion and Euthanasia

    19 25.68%
  • Being against Addictive Drugs

    27 36.49%
  • Being against Alcohol

    10 13.51%
  • Being against Gambling

    14 18.92%
  • Being intolerant to any behavior that may destroy individuals, families, and our culture.

    15 20.27%
  • Discrimination as the wisdom of choosing between good and evil.

    9 12.16%
  • The Ends justifying the Means.

    10 13.51%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I want to find a theoretical way to do this so I can be good at it the first time.
    Your time would probably be better spent devising a way to get rich without doing anything whatsoever or a method to get into fantastic shape without lifting so much as a finger.

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    What about a more practical way that doesn't involve a biological entity? (Like a hole in the wall?)

    And what do people get out of this? What is the pay-off? (Unless I'm lucky, I probably wouldn't get monetary gratuity.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    What about a more practical way that doesn't involve a biological entity? (Like a hole in the wall?)

    And what do people get out of this? What is the pay-off? (Unless I'm lucky, I probably wouldn't get monetary gratuity.)
    Functionally, it's the difference between eating good food and having just the bare requirements. Both end up the same, but the impact on us is entirely different.

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    and this was the third reference to food after Uber asked about sex?
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Is there anything that chemically happens to the mind during the "warm apple pie" sensation? Does it enhance my intelligence or does it dumb me down? How will it transform me as a person? Please, I like to know what I'm getting into. I'm too afraid to go through with it.

    Tell me about this easy way. It sounds impossible for me. It seems even easy for the introverts to get it. Why is it hard for me?

    How do I know if I'll be good at it? I hate being incompetent.

    And what does an orgasm feel like? Most of the time after I've gotten a hard-on, I just get really tired. Is there something else that's supposed to happen? And is the sensation more physical or more abstract?
    The pie thing was a joke. How do you describe a physical sensation? The counterpart piece of the female body is rather more... custom designed for your purposes than your hand.

    Orgasm is basically a process of your nervous system getting intensively stimulated, leading to a state of excitation followed by a release of tension, and usually a state of relaxation, hence the sleepiness. (If you've never had an orgasm, that's something you can take care of on your own before you venture into the doubles version of the sport.)

    I don't know about making you smarter, but there is some evidence that sex helps your nervous system regenerate itself; it may well reduce your risk of Alzheimer's, among other things. In terms of neurochemistry, your body is hardwired through millions of years of evolution to reward you for your efforts.

    I have the same advice I had for you on your other thread--it's only going to happen for you if and when you actively create opportunities for it to happen. This involves doing things that may not be comfortable at first, but, again, get out of your room.


    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    No older women, please. That's disgusting.

    I want to find a theoretical way to do this so I can be good at it the first time.
    Think about this a little--how many times have you been "good at" something the first time you tried it? Sex especially depends on your ability to read a situation and understand your partner's responses. A lot of that knowledge can only be gained through experience. As far as the basics, I don't know, maybe pick up an anatomy textbook so you're familiar with the relevant mechanics and geography, but a lot of it is going to be your perseverence in the face of your anxieties.

    You've got a couple options as far as dealing with your "competence" issues. If you're honest with a partner about being inexperienced, odds are she isn't going to judge you or "punish" you for it--keep in mind she has every reason to help you figure out how to make her happy. It's really not a contest, so I wouldn't worry so much about your initial skill level. Read up, know what you're trying to do, but most of all just pay attention to your partner.

    Alternatively, you could take the Christian route and attempt to minimize the anxiety of a new experience by making sure that you're both equally ignorant when the time comes to consummate your relationship, and hoping that this will make things less awkward. (It will also help with your philosophical issue, since the purpose of Christian sex is explicitly specified: you're doing to it to create future generations of ignorant children.) As an added bonus, going to church will show you just how much certain people will respect you and stroke your ego for the "accomplishment" of remaining inexperienced. Christians basically view infancy--a state of near-total ignorance and dependence--as the ideal form of existence, and they will give you heaps of encouragement and support in your effort to avoid learning about your own mind and body.

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    I looked hither and thither, but alas, could not find the original topic.

    :confused:
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    And have any of you been able to get laid while unemployed? Here's another problem that's killing me. If you've read my blog, you'll know that I'm struggling to find a job. But so far, I've been turned down. I imagine you need a job before you can have a sex life, right? And this is something I want to at least try before I hit 23 so I can feel less insecure, but I need the money first.

    Or are people still able to get it that way without necessarily being employed?

    And I heard most women want men to be experienced.

    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I looked hither and thither, but alas, could not find the original topic.

    :confused:
    I mentioned to the mods to move post 76 and beyond to my blog.

    And the derail was not my fault...this is just a subject that really gets to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    And have any of you been able to get laid while unemployed?

    And I heard most women want men to be experienced.

    I've gotten laid while unemployed!

    and what a man doesn't know, a man can be taught...
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I've gotten laid while unemployed!

    and what a man doesn't know, a man can be taught...
    Yes, and it's also more undesirable for the man to be unemployed than the woman. Men with no money is a turn-off for women. What sort of places are designed to get laid (and still legal)?

    (And the church crowd is definitely not a crowd I want to hang out with.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I looked hither and thither, but alas, could not find the original topic.

    :confused:
    Click on the "first page" link (top right).

    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    And have any of you been able to get laid while unemployed?

    I imagine you need a job before you can have a sex life, right?

    Or are people still able to get it that way without necessarily being employed?
    Um, you are in college, right? See my responses on your other thread.

    Generally, sitting on your ass all day doing nothing doesn't make a person particular attractive. (Would you be into a girl that had no direction to her life or motivation to do anything?) The key is: yes, "what you do" is a huge part of who you are, or at least how other people are going to get to know who you are. You need to have an answer to the question "so, what do you do?" If your response is "I dunno, not much of anything," you're not going to arouse anyone's interest.

    I know plenty of guys who are broke and unemployed and have girlfriends. But they're students, artists, musicians
    or otherwise involved in activities that express who they are and what they want or intend to do with their lives. "I'm just an amorphous lump of flesh that sits around consuming food and playing Bioshock because life is confusing and people don't like me" isn't going to get you anywhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    And I heard most women want men to be experienced.

    .
    Who have you heard this from? Generally speaking, your level of sexual experience is a negligibly minor factor in a relationship. Once she knows you well enough to know she wants to screw you, she's going to make every reasonable effort to make it happen. I wouldn't worry so much about it.

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