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hmm.. when it comes to SL relationships I always start from a position of being suspicious & cautious.  Reason being that a lot of people come here to explore different things that they might neve

No one is in any way offended by who or what you are attracted to. What was appalling, was how you expressed your idea of what a woman is, what womanhood is. Had you just diddled around in private aro

I'm not a huge fan of people, especially crowds of people, in either world. I'm not so much so, to the point that I'm completely socially inept, but I'll pick a quiet evening at home over a night-out

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2 hours ago, Wulfie Reanimator said:

Incredible, yet another thread that has become all about Bagnu.

They might've stopped being a whore, but they're still an outstanding attention-whore.

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I never said i stopped Escorting as far as i remember..And other people have made it about me. I didn't want that. This simply just isn't about me!!!

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44 minutes ago, Bagnu said:

I never said i stopped Escorting as far as i remember..And other people have made it about me. I didn't want that. This simply just isn't about me!!!

There are two steps you need to take to regain some goodwill.

  1. Don't interact with people you've had recent drama with.
  2. Don't respond.
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“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

Bagnu you're not going to get a pass here for your behaviors . The more you talk the worse it gets. You did what you did but you do not appear to actually understand what you did. Watching all of this I think you are willfully ignorant. You will never regain any trust here for your actions.

Stop making this all about poor you.

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19 hours ago, CaerolleClaudel said:

What pisses me off is when some dude who isn't even trans comes in and plays at being the absolute worst stereotype of what they think a sexy woman or a sexed up women 

Just wanted to say something about the physical stereotyping of what a sexy woman is supposed to be, i.e. high heels.  I've known high heels are dangerous to walk in from the first time I walked in them when I tried walking in my mother's stilettoes as a little girl.  Fortunately, as an antiques dealer that went to estate sales and auctions which are casual dress, I wore sandals and boots in the Winter, and then eventually worked mostly from home, starting with eBay in the late 1990's.  I never had a job that needed high heels, and feel very blessed about that as I hate the things in rl and feel they are very dangerous to walk in.  

But, high heels came up in some topics so I googled oh something or other...I forget now...perhaps 'what men find sexy about high heels'.  Anyhow, I came upon an article about high heels.  The two main things the article said men find sexy about women in high heels is 1)  She will walk slower so he can watch her more, and 2) Because a women can't run in high heels, so he has a greater chance to over-take her if he wants.  Now, to me, that is disgusting (the second one).  I've thrown my high heels to the wind for now in SL after reading that article.  

But, please distinguish between real exploitation of women which is not something Bagnu did.  Real life and Second Life are not the same.  There are real men who have exploited women horribly, even the so-called "godly" ones.  I am a victim of real life exploitation as a child-female but I am not telling my story here.  My story is something for the police to know but not others.   And, the Police do know.  They've been informed.  

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8 minutes ago, manoji Yachvili said:

me too and getting older I give more value to my social  "loneliness"

I think of it more as social aloneness instead of loneliness.  I might be alone but I'm seldom feeling lonely

But that is just me.

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1 hour ago, manoji Yachvili said:

me too and getting older I give more value to my social  "loneliness"

Not me.  Even though I have been very happy being mostly a home-body anti-partier most of my life (I love life sober and don't like drugs), with Covid-19 isolation I miss my best friend whom I used to see every day because we live in the same building.  I can't wait until this Covid-19 isolation ends and I have my best friend again.  I like (most) people; it's mostly the greed mongers of the world I don't like.  

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10 hours ago, FairreLilette said:

But, high heels came up in some topics so I googled oh something or other...I forget now...perhaps 'what men find sexy about high heels'.  Anyhow, I came upon an article about high heels.  The two main things the article said men find sexy about women in high heels is 1)  She will walk slower so he can watch her more, and 2) Because a women can't run in high heels, so he has a greater chance to over-take her if he wants.  Now, to me, that is disgusting (the second one).  I've thrown my high heels to the wind for now in SL after reading that article.  

Whoever came up with those reasons was either a man-hater or an absolute sexist, lol. (Edit: Seems to have been true in the 1400s.) The modern high heel has a long and transformative history, and they weren't even originally* made for women to wear.

I thought the whole point of high heels today was "tall women are sexier."

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10 minutes ago, Wulfie Reanimator said:

Whoever came up with those reasons was either a man-hater or an absolute sexist, lol. The modern high heel has a long and transformative history, and they weren't even originally made for women to wear.

I thought the whole point of high heels today was "tall women are sexier."

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Honestly, i just simply like the way a woman looks in them.No different than a particular hairstyle or other piece of clothing. Why do women like us wearing certain things? It's the same.

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1 hour ago, Bagnu said:

Why do women like us wearing certain things? It's the same.

We like men wearing things that imply they are financially successful, such as three piece suits, men like women wearing things that make us look like we are good in bed, not really the same.

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It is the same though. It's a matter of the implication and possibility of fulfilling the other person's wants and needs. 

Ultimately we have to provide the person we are with at least some of the things they want and need, whether it be emotional or physical. Otherwise we lose them, and rightfully so.

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42 minutes ago, Talligurl said:

We like men wearing things that imply they are financially successful, such as three piece suits, men like women wearing things that make us look like we are good in bed, not really the same.

I find a man in jeans and work boots far sexier than a man in a 3 piece suit.  To me, there's something more masculine in that look.

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1 minute ago, RowanMinx said:

I find a man in jeans and work boots far sexier than a man in a 3 piece suit.  To me, there's something more masculine in that look.

We like what we like. We can't fault anyone for their preferences.

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3 minutes ago, Bitterthorn said:

As the proud owner of a few Utilikilts, I can assure you their appeal is unisex. :D

   Never saw one on a woman. Now I'm curious!

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