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No. 136699[Reply]

ITT: post characters/actors that you had a crush in your youth but may or may not have any feelings for now

mine was Trey Parker
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No. 344362

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Also x men evolution Wanda

No. 344944

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This brings back memories

No. 346771

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never liked mcavoy in any of his other roles however

No. 346772

This makes me feel very nostalgic as a bong. The lion the witch and the wardrobe

No. 346796

kek I feel seen

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No. 339255[Reply]

>What is this thread
By popular demand, we have created the retarded shitpost thread which talks about husbandos and/or horny shit about fictional men in general.
>Why was this made / what is the difference
The difference is that here you can be retarded about your fictional 3D (as in characters from live action movies or shows) and 2D crushes so you don't clog /ot/. Post memes, be frisky, whatever. Be as mild or as spicy as you feel like.
>But why
Farmers are some horny bitches
>Examples of posts that go here
-I want the Jojos to gangbang me raw
-I love me some man tiddies
-I want to cuddle Reigen
>Examples of posts that DO NOT go here
-actual real life men hornyposting
-Your husbando is trash/ugly/cringe/moid-tier etc
-He's gay/belongs with me/other character instead
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No. 346171

i feel bad for any nonnies with link as their husbando I swear it feels like every western fan artist draws him with hideous top surgery scars now—luckily the only way i ever seen trans content of my husbando is if i purposely go searching for it but it is out there

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No. 346174

New thread! >>>/g/346173

No. 346176

nta but FGO Douman?
It's cause he's combined with some other gods/goddesses. But they don't actually contribute to his personality/body.

No. 349145

>this body

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No. 282262[Reply]

This is a thread for heterosexual women who are opting for voluntary celibacy. Feel free to discuss your thoughts and experiences

>A growing number of young women are rejecting sexual liberalism and embracing celibacy instead. Studies in recent years have reported young women trend towards being less sexually active. With the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles Covid study reporting an overall decline in sexual behaviour since lockdown, especially fewer one night stands, it’s undeniable that the culture surrounding dating and hookups has been irrevocably changed since the pandemic.

>While earlier iterations of feminist thinking celebrated female sexuality in all its forms, now more young women are questioning how patriarchy has shaped the dynamics of heterosexual culture, and women’s ability to exercise their full agency and power during sex.

Keep in mind: This thread is not a female involuntary celibacy (female incel) thread nor a dating strategy thread.

Here are few questions to start off:
- How long have you been consciously celibate for?
- What made you decide to go celibate?
- Are you experiencing difficulties?
- Has your quality of life improved?
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No. 346045

- How long have you been consciously celibate for?
If we don't count the few experiences - less than ten times - with a friend with benefits back in the beginning of 2020 (Corona was a blessing in disguise to help me get away from that pointless situation), and not counting a few long distance crushes, I've been celibate since 2014.
- What made you decide to go celibate?
It kinda came naturally back then due to depression and a family situation that was traumatic. And even after that was done and I moved away, I've done enough introspection to realize I am not emotionally nor sexually available for anyone, my childhood trauma history has turned me into a misanthrope.
- Are you experiencing difficulties?
The only problem I have is that I can't relate to most people of my generation, whether they're already married with kids, engaged but frustrated by their vanilla partner or single and enjoying the hedonism of that or absolutely starving for human contact. I have one best friend who lives five hours away from where I am, meaning I don't get to hang out with someone to whom I can vent to whenever,that's the one thing that's a problem.
Sure, there is some peaks of libido in any normally constituted body, so I'm not excluded. But that happens twice a trimester that I have to deal with that if at all.
- Has your quality of life improved?
Prior to celibacy, I wasn't exactly a single that was engaging in a lot of sexual activity anyhow. Nothing has really changed from me being a celibate or not.
It hasn't hindered my ability to get myself a good situation now at 30+.

No. 346046

>How long have you been consciously celibate for?
A couple of years? On the bigger scale I've only had sex a few times in a decade, mostly with one guy that visited me from abroad for a week, it was meh.
>What made you decide to go celibate?
It's not so much a decision, but the fact that not even the idea of sex gets me excited, and I honestly find most people off-putting the older I get, but especialy males. The decision part is mostly that I refuse to risk pregnancy, because I do not want to deal with the aftermath, be it either delivery or abortion. I just don't ever want to be pregnant for even a week. The only guy I had sex with this decade was sterile, but we still used protection.
>Are you experiencing difficulties?
Fortunately no one really asks about my dating life. I get horny from time to time, but it's mostly directed towards fantasies with fictional men or scenarios where the faceless man isn't the focus.
Parents seem a bit worried about my lack of dating, but it's not like they can force me to do anything, I'm 30+ and getting most of my ducks in a row for a decent life.
>Has your quality of life improved?
I'd say it stayed at least around the same. Being in a great relationship with a great man would probably be the best, but this is second best. I didn't like my vagina pH being off, sometimes having pain because of partners treating my pussy like a punching bag and most of the time I've spent with any ex, serious or casual, I was just fucking bored really, and sex felt like a chore really fast.

No. 346049

I guess I should also add that I did try to date occasionally, but I lose interest in a man within literal hours of talking to him. I have a general difficulty to be interested in others, but for men it applies 10x. I can only really notice surface-level good looks as attractiveness, I give little to no damn about their boring fucking IT tech jobs and same 3-4 hobbies, even though they happen to be the same things I'm interested in, they make it sound boring.

No. 346056

I feel that. Sometimes I get briefly interested in a guy but when it gets mutual I just want to get out. Or even before that all kinds of little things become immediate turn offs. I tend to get attached to fictional characters instead because they don't become real so I never get disillusioned with them. I was only ever attached to one guy I was in a relationship with and he was extremely avoidant which I think is the main reason I loved him for so long even though it made me miserable. Some men do have some interesting qualities that I appreciate but when I think about having to deal with them every day it's just ugh. And usually the good qualities are balanced out by a bunch of bad ones which just makes it not worth it anyway. I've seen so many relationships become bland and almost like a chore over time, it seems kinda inevitable in most cases.

No. 346226

i decided to quit men after my ex left me when my mental health got bad and i visited a clinic. i was always there for him, did every weird sex act he asked me about, was as submissive as a woman can be. but he discarded me, because i'm too mentally unstable and he doesn't want a woman as fragile as i am. and you know what? i really think i am too fragile for romantic love. it makes me anxious and sick and i hate not feeling safe. that's why i decided i don't want a partner and i don't want to have children anymore. it's not worth it. you can be perfect in every aspect, but god forbid you show weakness. that's why women who get sick with cancer or any other chronic illness get left by their husbands. men are not loyal.

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No. 156622[Reply]

A thread for anons who do not want kids in any context, whether biological, adopted, or step. Discuss anything relevant to a childfree lifestyle here.

Some topics for discussion to get started:
>miserable parents we know and their nightmareish lives
>the wonderful world of having expendable income
>how much better women without children age
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No. 345879

We don’t know what “causes” it but there is a lot of research now on the connections between heavy metals and autism. I’m not the anti-vaxchan ITT but it’s still worth looking into. Autism is not normal, obviously, and that’s fine, but there is a large possibility that human pollution and destruction is directly related to it which is the fucking awful part, not the fact that autistic people exist.

No. 346010

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Maybe castrating more moids could help solve the tranny epidemic

No. 346029

We do know what causes it. Genetics and old paternal age. Growing up with an autistic father who's negligent when you're genetically predisposed also means you're more likely to have it.
I don't see how anons ignore literal research proving it's genetics and upbringing yet believing heavy metals can cause someone's brain to be wired differently as if that wiring difference doesn't happen during the time the baby's in her mother's womb.
I'm a med student and we're taught about ways to diagnose autistic children when they're younger than 3 years old. Most autistics will be diagnosed at that age because their behavior patterns are so different from kids even at that age, they play with toys differently, they don't develop the social skills the same way other kids do.

Diagnosing for autism has gotten better and autistic people are more likely to have kids nowadays, that's why thr stats are rising so much. Doctors probably didn't bother diagnosing higher functioning autists back in the day and they'd just be seen as weird or quirky people in the past bur nowadays we know why they behave differently.

No. 346068

Fucking LMAO. I get so much glee from seeing posts like these

No. 347222

Me too kek. Play stupid coomer games, win stupid prizes.

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No. 90960[Reply]

I can't be the only one who constantly has to deal with selfish and clueless guys who've obviously got their idea of sex from watching too much porn.

So let's share our worst and cringeworthies sexual experiences in this thread!
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No. 322905

And he cheated on you?? Ew fuck him! It's always the ugly fat dudes that think they can get better just cause a cute girl felt bad and dated them, hate them sm.

No. 322920

I've only had penetrative sex twice (with the same guy few months apart) and it's not how I imagined it at all, both times hurt even though we used lots of lube and he made me cum first so I think my vagina was as prepared as it could have been.
The first time I literally felt nothing except something punching me in the stomach from the inside (and I got a UTI), at least the second time it eventually started to feel okay after a few pumps but he finished quickly after that.
Is this just what penetrative sex is like? Does it get better if you do it frequently and your vagina is used to it? Am I just broken? Pls help

No. 322926

I have endometriosis and PIV can be painful for me. You have to find a man who's going to be patient and willing to go slow and try different positions until you find one that feels good. Some positions are very painful for me, and some feel good, so there's hope for you.

No. 346025

I used to be the same way, I think the mental block makes it more painful and worse even with all the lube in the world.
Do you feel comfortable in your body?
Is the person you are having sex with someone you actually like?

In time it gets better, but like other anon said, you have to be vocal about what works for you. Let him know that you need time to get past the few first painful thrusts and to go slowly and maybe spend more time in foreplay.

Penetrative sex can be good with the right mindset, person and position. If not, it can be painful.

I enjoy positioning from the side and he enters from behind slowly. Along with lots of foreplay before. Find what’s right for you and tell him, I’m sure he will be understanding if you are upfront about it.(reddit spacing)

No. 347176

Shame post ig because I feel like I'm the one bad at sex. I can't ride a guy for shit (not morbidly fat or anything, I just can't put it in me when I'm on top???) and I give shitty blowjobs (I don't really enjoy it that much anyways). On the other hand I've heard I'm good at eating pussy so maybe it cancels itself out kek.

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No. 58349[Reply]

What medicine are you on farmers? Is it for mental health? physical health? How are you dealing with the side effects?

I just got put on bupropion, it's been really helpful for both my depression and body dysmorphia, but I've been getting horrid headaches.
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No. 270651

I’m on vraylar and lamictal for my bp 1. My new psych won’t give me my fucking kpins for my ptsd though, so I’ve been having fucking melt downs and horrible insomnia and relapsed really hard on drugs and alcohol.

No. 272184

Has anyone taken Strattera and does it have any bad sexual side effects like antidepressants do? I realize it has some libido/orgasm stuff as some of it's side effects and it's apparently an NRI (no serotonin to the degree of antidepressants but I know SNRIs have that problem) and I value my sex life a lot, but I really need help with my ADD.

No. 345701

Does anyone else here take Xywav/Xyrem?

No. 345702

these pronouns getting out of hand

No. 345714

Kek. It's basically ghb. Feeling weird after being rxed for a year and a half

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No. 264598[Reply]

A thread to write about the things you're grateful for, no matter how small it is. Don't be shy to post daily!

"One of the early research studies on gratitude journals by Emmons & McCullough found that "counting one's blessings" in a journal led to improved psychological and physical functioning. Participants who recorded weekly journals, each consisting of five things they were grateful for, were more optimistic towards the upcoming week and life as a whole, spent more time exercising, and had fewer symptoms of physical illness. Participants who kept daily gratitude journals reported increased overall gratitude, positive affect, enthusiasm, determination, and alertness. They were also more likely to help others and make progress towards their personal goals, compared to those who did not keep gratitude journals."

We used to have a thread like this, but it died on /ot/ and I think it could find a better home here on /g/.
Please keep cynicism and sardonic comments to a minimum.
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No. 345490

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Thank you nonnyfriends for keeping me company on slow work days and making me laugh after the tough ones.

No. 345496

I'm thankful for my in laws. Not just my parents-in-law, the whole extended family. For the first time in my life I feel welcome, wanted, and unconditionally loved.

No. 345523

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im grateful for my friends, even though i treat them like shit most of the time. im grateful that they love me enough to care for me anyways.

im grateful that im not as bad as i once was, and that however slowly its happening, i am getting better.

im grateful that im not ugly. if i was this mentally fucked and also ended up with a giant deformity like my brother i would totally be dead by now. i think i take being medium pretty for grateful sometimes, and thats bad.

im grateful that the eceleb im obcessed with has stopped posting the last few months, thats been good for me (as much as i hate to admit it). ive always known the way i am with him is unhealthy, but ive never had the self control to not engage when he posts. its much easier now to just try to keep myself from watching his old stuff, though still not really easy.

No. 345526

I am thankful for my friends, they are so supportive and they seem to genuinely love and care for me. I love them and I'll do my very best to show my love for them.

I am grateful for some of the nonnies here too. So many have helped me in the past and there are things I can only say here on lc. It became a cozy place for me in a way. I try to be nice too and I hope I give back the support I received. Love you nonnies.

No. 345548

You sound like a horrible person

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No. 189175[Reply]

What is your experience with body dysmorphia/hating how you look in general? How to cope?
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No. 344695

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Samefag MY FOREHEAD pops out and it looks like I’m going bald why are my feature so BIG I am honestly just ugh and don’t even get me started on my body, I have a huge body and a little head and it’s the worst insecurity ever I can’t change it I can barely hide it well and it just sucks having a peanut head, I avoid water, one time I was swimming with my sister and she just randomly started laughing and I was like “huh?” And she was like “your head is super round” like it’s just a little circle. Man I wish I just had average proportions I look like a slender man with my small head and giant body I would stab a random person on the street to have regular proportions like uhmm idk just be able to wear a bun without looking funny.. I wish I had a bigger head I wouldn’t even mind having a big head, small heads are a curse, I’m not even tall I just have long legs and long arms and long body but small head I NEVER wear my hair all the way up because everyone will see that I have a little peanut head

No. 344710

>I have a little peanut head
Koreans must love ya

No. 345365

I realized why I like one side of my face better than the other, my eyes are asymmetrical to the point where they're basically different shapes. The worst part is it's so subtle I'm pretty sure 99.9 percent of surgeons would end up botching me if I try to fix it. And I don't like hair in my face or wearing makeup everyday so I can't just fix it with face tape. The worst part is, now I notice it in everyone, there's a few actors and actresses who have the same issue and I can see it, so other people can probably see it in me. I've made it better by sleeping on my back (I still toss and turn) but I can't fix my eyes pretty much being two different, but similar shapes. I also have an objectively nice enough nose, but I still want a nose job to make it better. But again, it's subtle so if I tried to go and fix it I'd probably just get botched.

No. 345380

I always feel like i seriously lost the genetic lottery when it comes to looks. I don't think I've ever looked in the mirror in my whole entire life and thought i looked good. I have a massive forehead and i can't really cover it because it's awkward to do it when you have curly hair and a high hairline. I have a noticeably asymmetric face and when i try to take selfies it looks like half my face is melting or i had some kind of stroke. I have very ugly fatty eyelids and i scar far too easily and they linger for months. On top of it, i am just very hairy and i find it difficult to groom my eyebrows because they are quite bushy, but at the same time i look bad with thin brows and my brows are both completely different shapes from each other. To look somewhat decent i would need to spend so much money and it's frustrating. I can't begin to say how insecure i am about my looks, it would honestly be easier if i had some kind of condition to explain it all away, but i don't. I feel too embarrassed to burden people with my presence, even if they want to talk to me and seem nice, i am not happy with the way that i present myself to people and i can't help but feel that they only want to talk to me because they see me as a charity case. It doesn't help that i have had random people on the street, both genders say nasty things about my looks and it revalidates my insecurities and makes me want to keep avoiding people when i remember the incidents. It doesn't help that i am a aspie on top of it and have a tendency to accidently act in a way that is off putting so i can't even be the ugly funny friend either, if i could act more normie it would probably help me stop focusing on my looks so much.

No. 345382

i started binge eating a lot while i was in high school and have since recovered and lost about a third of what i was at my highest weight and am now considered a healthy weight, but the problem is now that i still envision myself as being that size/even larger. like i still instinctively buy larger sizes and actually lament having to buy clothes because i remember the misery of not being able to fit anything in the damn stores and everything that DID fit looked frumpy. i got a fitted bra recently and im having that under arm spillage thing going on and it's making these feelings come back and i haaaate it. i feel like i can never talk about this with anybody because a lot of my friends are "plus-size" and think any talk of body dysmorphia from anybody is an attack on them and normal people like my mother don't seem to get that i can't just magically stop thinking that way. it makes me want to rip my own skin off.

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No. 70049[Reply]

Post ringspo

What gems do you think are worthy of an engagement ring besides diamond?
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No. 309926

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my ideal ring. i love the blush pink sapphire and the leaves surrounding it. there's another picture of it on someone's hand on the jeweler's site (and they're local to my state!) and it doesn't look like it'd overwhelm my size 5 finger at all, which is easy to do.
link: https://oorejewelry.com/products/lab-pink-sapphire-in-the-wisteria-setting?_pos=8&_sid=7391cfb3b&_ss=r

No. 309929

Does anyone else feel like they have ugly hands and therefore shouldn't wear rings? Are people still weird if you decide not to wear a wedding ring? I have thin fingers but big knuckles.

I really like rings like >>269942 but I think it would look stupid on my grandma finger and probably spin around after I got it over my knuckle. Fuck I just think my hands look so weird and old even though I always took care of them and wear sunscreen, use lotion, etc.

No. 344222

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This is going to be my wedding ring. I knew this was the one since I first saw it.
Six month late reply but men will bother you if you don't wear a wedding ring. Some get very aggressive about it if you say you're married but aren't wearing a ring. But if you don't care about that and your partner doesn't more power to you.

No. 344616

Hate it. Looks cheap, anon. And if you have petite fingers, the thicker band will look unflattering.

No. 344955

I've got a platinum band and emerald cut teal sapphire. Love the stone as it changes colour from all shades of green to blue depending on the light - gonna pair it with a rose gold leafy design wedding ring

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No. 344795[Reply]

A Twin Flame(TF) is described as: Two people who share the same soul. Once these twin flames meet, this results in an intense, magnetic attraction and connection. These individuals share similar past experiences and trauma.

> Do you believe in Twin Flames?

> Do you believe in divine connection?
> What has been your experience?
> How did you deal with the intensity?

No. 344832

We need a designated thread for woo woo bullshit like this.

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