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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

December 12, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Answers, Interesting |

What is feederism?

People develop various tastes in their sexual development and it’s beyond their control. You could just as easily ask the question: “Why do some people like people of the same gender?” The short answer is that ‘it’s just how they’re wired.’

I am inclined to feederism myself and I don’t know where it came from or exactly when it first occurred to me but seeing females that have gained weight or are gaining weight is sexually arousing to me. Personally, (to share more than you want) I have this inclination towards fulfilling gender roles where the ideal feminine form is soft, gentle and pampered, being brought nourishment by a strong, lean, provider of a male. When the female is able to become plump it signifies that these roles (rolls? – pun) are being filled. It’s such a strong impulse that I don’t particularly find myself compelled to seek intercourse in a relationship (although I do engage and enjoy in it – sorry if tmi).

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

December 5, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Fascinating, Interesting |

George H. Bush letter to Bill Clinton on inauguration in 1993

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

December 5, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Answers, Interesting |

What is it like to be a lifelong smoker?

I have smoked for 23 years. I am currently 39 years old. Apart from internal damage that I just don’t know about yet, here is how smoking has affected my life:

  1. Running for any considerable distance is impossible. I lose my breath quickly.
  2. Swimming for any considerable distance is impossible. I lose my breath quickly.
  3. I clear my throat about 100 times per day.
  4. I cough about 100 times per day.
  5. I wake up with a sore throat regularly.
  6. I, along with my home and vehicle, smell like cigarette butts.
  7. The reward centers of my brain are broken—I’m constantly looking forward to the next cigarette even though they are not pleasurable in any real way.
  8. I spend more than $100 per month on cigarettes.
  9. No matter where I am or what I’m doing, I have a nagging compulsion to stop and smoke. Whether I’m working, relaxing, playing video games, having a conversation with friends or anything else, I am always anticipating the next “smoke break”. To a smoker, life is what happens between cigarettes…which is pathetic and sad.
  10. Running out of cigarettes is not an option. If I had no cigarettes, I would have an anxiety attack. Smokers like to call them “nicotine fits” but let’s call them what they really are—ANXIETY ATTACKS. They’re a symptom of mental illness and severe addiction.

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

November 28, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Interesting |

psychopath

How would a psychopath feel psychologically if they were violently raped?

Psychopaths don’t feel empathy, fear, or remorse like normal people. They aren’t capable of experiencing emotional pain. So how would they feel if something that is normally traumatic for most people happened to them?

Any pain that I have endured loses it effectiveness over time, as does medication & other drugs. There are some sources of pain that I find enjoyable, like splinters or hot baths.

Whether I can mark this down to pain tolerance, or simple adaptation, I am not sure. One thing is certain, anything that arouses pleasure or pain loses it effectiveness & quickly at that.

I was raped a few years ago, vaginally and anally in a violent fashion repeatedly over the course of 5 days. During that time I felt little to nothing at the end of the ordeal in regards to my skin sensitivity. Mentally, I was not in distress. Vengeance was the only thing that served my mind, and served me quite well in terms of justice. He now lives & begs on the streets, and I have immense pleasure seeing him doing so, I think it is rather fitting given his actions.

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Feed Your Brain With These Fascinating Facts

November 27, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Facts |

Freddie Mercury of Queen held a party in New Orleans in 1978, which featured nude waiters and waitresses, a man biting heads off live chickens, naked models wrestling in a liver pit, and dwarves walking around with trays of cocaine strapped to their heads. (article)

Fortified by “lines of marching powder as long and as thick as your grandmother’s arm”, the guests are free to choose from a menu of exotic diversions.

The hotel ballrooms, made up to resemble labyrinthine jungle swamps, are swarming with magicians, Zulu tribesmen, contortionists, fire-eaters, drag queens and transsexual strippers. Drinks are served by naked waiters and waitresses who politely request that any tips are placed not on trays but in bodily crevices.

Naked dancers cavort in bamboo cages suspended from ballroom ceilings. Nude models of both sexes wrestle in huge baths of shimmering, uncooked liver, while 300lb Samoan women lounge on banquet tables, smoking cigarettes from various orifices.

As a bonus, visitors to the hotel’s grand marble bathrooms are orally serviced by prostitutes of both sexes.

“Most hotels offer their guests room service,” quips a passing Mercury. “This one offers them lip service.”

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Fascinating Photos Collected From History

November 27, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: History, Interesting |

Camp guards at concentration camp Buchenwald, who were captured and beaten by the prisoners on the day of liberation. April 1945

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

November 26, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Fascinating |

The Social Media Queue

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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos And Videos

November 14, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Fascinating |

Dan Bilzerian reveals his training regiment

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Feed Your Brain With These Fascinating Facts

November 14, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Facts, Interesting |

A study titled “Where Are They Now?” in 1978 followed up on 515 people who were prevented from attempting suicide using the Golden Gate Bridge from 1937 to 1971. About 90% were either alive or had died of natural causes, concluding “suicidal behavior is crisis-oriented” rather than inexorable. (study)

 

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A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About

October 31, 2018 | No Comments » | Topics: Answers |

How do fat acceptance activist rationalize the detriments of being obese?

This is a difficult subject to approach with the majority of society because it’s often met with disbelief due to the lifetime of inaccurate information we’ve been fed. Everything you think you know? Rethink it.

It’s important to note that the creation of our health and fat concern was initially called the “Obesity Parasite.” This started in the late 1800’s and was concocted by the upper class in order to differentiate themselves and reclaim their social power over the lower classes. This wasn’t endorsed by physicians (in fact, they fought it) until the concept became so popular that they caved from the peer pressure. It was created by the people; not the doctors. Did ya hear that? People. Not doctors. Wanna know more about the history behind why we hate ourselves? Well, GOOD NEWS! I’ve compiled it and resources here.

What we believe about health and fat bodies is often inaccurate. Here. Let me blow your mind: Skinny bodies can be unhealthy. Fat bodies can be unhealthy. Skinny bodies can be healthy. And fat bodies can be healthy.What does this mean? It means we must remove weight from the health equation. Period. That leaves us to look at the other signifiers of health. So, check out this list of symptoms compiled in a 2007 UCLA study: “Increased all-cause mortality and to increased mortality from cardiovascular disease. Increased risk for myocardial infarction, stroke, and diabetes, increased high density lipoprotein cholesterol, increased systolic and diastolic blood pressure, and even suppressed immune function.”

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