Discussion in 'LGBT Later in Life' started by Cinnamon Bunny, Sep 13, 2017.
You need to work on homework for your gayness.
Haha, you win post of the day. Well played.
My boss still makes fun of me for going on and on about Carol lol. I watched it like 40 times at least. Then my husband erased it from our dvr even though I told him not to and had it set to not automatically erase.
Men... so insecure. They know the truth that all women are a little gay.
Yeah he knew that was the movie that made me question my whole life. He did watch it with me once and said he liked it and that the boyfriend was a ass.
Also... read the BOOK!!! Please please please, everyone read the book. "The Price of Salt" was the original title. It's better than the movie (and I love the movie). The buildup is so much slower. Excruciatingly beautiful.
Yes, the book is very good. I read it twice as the first time I went to fast and the second time was much slower to make sure I didn't miss a thing. God the movie though made me consider every look and unspoken body language. I truly thought it should have won an award. The music and costume were amazing as well.
Research time! Seriously, it's phenomenal and so beautiful.
I've been wanting to read it; time to put that on the real to do list.
Check out Person of Interest for the Root and Shaw romance!
UMMM Sarah Shahi is the woman of my dreamssss. Im so into it. Wish theyd hade more interaction
I guess I haven't done homework for my gayness either. I'd never heard of Carol until now (embarrassed).
As for the lesbian porn, the fakeness is a turnoff. I swear it's all made by men. Not sexy, just looks forced and pathetic.
I'm genuinely glad I can ask questions like this on here
I only watched some thumbnails without sound (couldn't find anything I liked, plus worried about being heard) so I didn't hear the giggling but... that sounds distracting and also how a straight guy would imagine a girl to be like lol.
Glad I'm not the only one in the natural camp I think how someone chooses to groom themselves is up to them, but ALL the porn I saw lacked natural appeal ...in more ways than one!
I feel like I don't mind "just images" or porn without plot, but at the same time I want it executed with talent that conveys itself in a realistic and genuine matter. I believe a single image can convey so much desire, pleasure, and love, but if it doesn't resonate on an emotional level it's bad art. So, I think you're right.
Unfortunately bad art is still pretty hot. Maybe that is my inexperience and being new to all this.
I find porn very empty. Once I became sexually active with a woman I did watch some to see if there was anything I wasn't thinking of to do. It didn't help much. Most of what I saw was definitely created for men.
I've experienced sex both shaven and unshaven. It was all good. I personally keep things trimmed and shaven on the sides. I really don't think it matters.
I have heard of "The price of salt". I don't think I should be reading it just lately though. This heartbreak is too much...
I listened to an episode of the Made of Human podcast today which was a conversation with a porn actress. Not completely on topic but it might be of interest. She's bisexual but prefers women and rarely performs with men.
Regarding this shaven versus unshaven thing...
You know for YEARS I was like very shaven. Even when I was pregnant, and the moms out there will know how hard that feat is. It's like working in the dark.
And then, when I got separated, I thought, why? Why the hell do I do this? I don't even like the way it looks. So, I have liberated myself. And it's awesome! And sexy. It's not like I've gone amazon, but definite less time down there.
And I'm all for whatever another woman wants to do for herself. It's her body and the most important thing is she is comfortable with it!
Yeah I alternate. I'm too lazy to go full shaven all the time and get ingrown hairs and I'm too inconsistent to depend on waxing/lazer. So I usually trim well. But honestly, I'm so single, I'm an amazon rn. Legs and all LMAO
I am appreciating the insight, girls.