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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyz22 View Post
    lol. oh come on, don't lament your attraction to excitement. it's what makes you - ygolo! or maybe there is something within you that changes these good-natured women into beasts of prey? (doesn't sound like such a bad deal to me) oh the psychological theoretical possibilites! *wanders off in contemplation leaving ygolo bewildered*
    *bewildered*

    I'll find a nice tame introverted girl to be with thankyou...and she will have a nice tame introverted guy.

    Enough with this excitement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I doubt that. Then I'll just have a completely frustrated sex-drive.
    Talk about a recipe for mass murder, wow.
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    I don't know, ygolo. I think I have about normal-low levels of sex drive normally, and to be honest, it's kind of boring. I want to have that passion! I want to do illogical things sometimes! I'm envious of people who feel that sort of driving attraction to others. It's a direction, albeit even sometimes an incredibly foolish one. Just because the results aren't optimal doesn't mean you don't learn/gain something from a experience, right?

    Though if you really want to know, exercise pretty much eradicates any sexual tension I have. Don't know if it'll work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I doubt that. Then I'll just have a completely frustrated sex-drive.
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    Sometimes I miss those boys. Pity life forced them to grow up.

    Ygolo, it is possible to put one's libido on hold - at least as a female. I'm assume it's possible for males as well.

    But it will reappear at the most inconvenient times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velocity View Post
    cutting the peen off should do the trick
    I wouldn't recommend that. this is one reason:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    What are the "corelated motions" for compassionate, friendly women? and how do I make myself attracted to them instead of the more predatory types?
    Women are objectified for their bodies.
    Men are objectified for their money.

    You shouldn't be surprised that it happens to you in return.

    Equating compassionate and friendly with plain, is a big mistake. Plain girls can be just as materialistic and predatory. They just lack the amount of opportunities, because they don't possess the superficial assets.

    I've seen unattractive people commit heinous acts against their partners, same as good looking people. Perceived attractiveness isn't an indicator of character. People are wired to look out for themselves, regardless of looks. Those with beauty, just have more in their arsenal to manipulate with. On the other hand, it's something you can recognize more easily. When an ugly person tries to use you, they have to be more clever. Better to be with the devil you know...

    Most people won't have your best interest in mind. Period. It seems better to be with an attractive, but flawed person. Than an ugly, flawed person. At least, you're getting something out of it. As opposed to the same problems, while lowering your standards at the same time.

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    Sex drive doesn't make you shallow, it makes you human. It is only a inconvience if you don't have a readily source to extinguish the craving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forzen View Post
    Sex drive doesn't make you shallow, it makes you human. It is only a inconvience if you don't have a readily source to extinguish the craving.
    Sex drive for guys (triggered by testosterone) can be channeled into other activities and is the driving for in their taking initiative in approaching women, so it's usually not a great thing to not have one... it serves a good purpose.

    But yeah, finding images of sex flashing through your head all the time when you want to be thinking of other things would really suck.

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    cutting the peen off should do the trick
    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I doubt that. Then I'll just have a completely frustrated sex-drive.
    Yeah, it's like trying to stop yourself from vomiting by removing your mouth. (Lousy idea.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I know what you mean. I don't think I really have one myself, but seeing it in other people... makes me see them as animals. Especially when coupled with the downright creepy worship of family as something of ultimate importance, to which everything else should be secondary. They're like cult members who've finally gone off the deep end in so many ways, yet they're the ones people think are normal and healthy.

    It really hurts the most to see its impact on creative, intelligent people. I often feel like I'm watching them slowly having parts of themselves removed and replaced with cheap plastic substitutes, finally ending with their brain and heart. :sad: Everyone else was already made of plastic and had the same form to start with, but the best people started off as human, and got pressured to destroy who they were, turning themselves into what everyone else was.

    This... is why I don't spend time with people. It hurts too much to watch them lose themselves to that pressure to see things a certain way, and value certain things unconditionally. To just act... with no conscious mind or heart remaining in them. Only shadows of their true consciousness that occasionally cause them pain but are dismissed as nothing.

    I just hope you manage to be one of the few who seem to end up having everything replaced with metal instead of plastic (thus rejecting their way). They at least retain most of what made them themselves, though a bit more distorted, rigid, and mechanical. Because the flesh always goes eventually... and most choose plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I know what you mean. I don't think I really have one myself, but seeing it in other people... makes me see them as animals. Especially when coupled with the downright creepy worship of family as something of ultimate importance, to which everything else should be secondary. They're like cult members who've finally gone off the deep end in so many ways, yet they're the ones people think are normal and healthy.

    It really hurts the most to see its impact on creative, intelligent people. I often feel like I'm watching them slowly having parts of themselves removed and replaced with cheap plastic substitutes, finally ending with their brain and heart. :sad: Everyone else was already made of plastic and had the same form to start with, but the best people started off as human, and got pressured to destroy who they were, turning themselves into what everyone else was.

    This... is why I don't spend time with people. It hurts too much to watch them lose themselves to that pressure to see things a certain way, and value certain things unconditionally. To just act... with no conscious mind or heart remaining in them. Only shadows of their true consciousness that occasionally cause them pain but are dismissed as nothing.

    I just hope you manage to be one of the few who seem to end up having everything replaced with metal instead of plastic (thus rejecting their way). They at least retain most of what made them themselves, though a bit more distorted, rigid, and mechanical. Because the flesh always goes eventually... and most choose plastic.
    Errrr...humans are animals. Sexual drive is a necessity in the survival of the species. If we didn't have it, it would be a dissaster as fewer people will procreate and we would have a law to mandate and pair people off to make sure its being done. Then we would have issue on being force to do something we don't want to do.

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