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   Can't decide whether I ought to post a topless girl. To be fair, I don't feel particularly 'guilty' about being attracted to them though. Shrugs.

 

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I am not guilty at all about my lusty pleasures. 

But I am 100% guilty about my love of Gachas and lootboxes. I am such a sucker for slot machines and the like. I don't even really care if I get rare things, just the act of pulling a slot machine arm is a joy.

It's why I have very very strong rules with myself about not going to casinos or gambling IRL... but in second life I'll happily drop 3000 Linden at a gacha event on a whim. Yes, I know that's small change and there are people who spend that per machine but honestly I just have an inventory full of ***** I never use because of it, haha. 

In the grand scheme of things, it's pretty low cost lootboxing. I could be addicted to gacha mobile games I guess. At least in second life it's 20c a pull for most Gachas. 

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1 minute ago, LittleMe Jewell said:

As long as you remember to cover the nips

   My comment was more of a prod towards the duality of how objectifying men's bodies is entirely fine for a G-rating, but were a man to do the same thing with a woman's body, it'd be a whole 'nother story wherein a lot of people would get their knickers in a twist.

   Also how it's a 'guilty' pleasure. Having a functional libido isn't something anyone should be ashamed of. 

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1 hour ago, Orwar said:

My comment was more of a prod towards the duality of how objectifying men's bodies is entirely fine for a G-rating, but were a man to do the same thing with a woman's body, it'd be a whole 'nother story wherein a lot of people would get their knickers in a twist.

Yes, I knew that.  And I know that we do have a double standard about it.

I simply decided to take your post more in fun and the spirit of the previous posts, and not acknowledge the double standard.

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2 hours ago, Orwar said:

   My comment was more of a prod towards the duality of how objectifying men's bodies is entirely fine for a G-rating, but were a man to do the same thing with a woman's body, it'd be a whole 'nother story wherein a lot of people would get their knickers in a twist.

   Also how it's a 'guilty' pleasure. Having a functional libido isn't something anyone should be ashamed of. 

So what if someone gets their knickers in a twist.. It's your world too..

 

How is it a guilty pleasure for me? I'm married, not single. If I had a picture of a man on my computer and my husband walked in the room, I'd probably close my browser or minimize it and act like I was doing taxes or something.. hehehe

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Ceka Cianci said:

So what if someone gets their knickers in a twist.. It's your world too..

   I'm not so much 'offended' by it as I merely enjoy poking fun at social convention (and rules in general) and pointing out its flaws and contradictions. Especially if it gets people's knickers in a twist.

2 minutes ago, Ceka Cianci said:

How is it a guilty pleasure for me? I'm married, not single. If I had a picture of a man on my computer and my husband walked in the room, I'd probably close my browser or minimize it and act like I was doing taxes or something.. hehehe

   Having a significant other certainly does create certain situations in which it would be bad to act on certain desires. Whilst one would expect that both parties in a relationship wherein the participants are older than twelve understand that attraction and appreciation of beauty from other parties is a thing, one should of course not flaunt it before each other, unless the dynamic of the relationship is built to accommodate such.

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2 minutes ago, Orwar said:

   I'm not so much 'offended' by it as I merely enjoy poking fun at social convention (and rules in general) and pointing out its flaws and contradictions. Especially if it gets people's knickers in a twist.

   Having a significant other certainly does create certain situations in which it would be bad to act on certain desires. Whilst one would expect that both parties in a relationship wherein the participants are older than twelve understand that attraction and appreciation of beauty from other parties is a thing, one should of course not flaunt it before each other, unless the dynamic of the relationship is built to accommodate such.

He wouldn't get upset or jealous or anything like that.. It's more me than anything that feels like I'm sneaking peeks.. hehehe

He would be more likely to goof around about it than anything.. Something like, Shopping for a third huh?

hehehe

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11 hours ago, Orwar said:

   My comment was more of a prod towards the duality of how objectifying men's bodies is entirely fine for a G-rating, but were a man to do the same thing with a woman's body, it'd be a whole 'nother story wherein a lot of people would get their knickers in a twist.

   Also how it's a 'guilty' pleasure. Having a functional libido isn't something anyone should be ashamed of. 

We (women) don't like the double standard either, but, we aren't the ones who started it. Do you really want women to finish it? 😈

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3 hours ago, Silent Mistwalker said:

We (women) don't like the double standard either, but, we aren't the ones who started it. Do you really want women to finish it? 😈

   As in, free the nipple? Or as in, make men wear shirts? 

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16 minutes ago, Orwar said:

   As in, free the nipple? Or as in, make men wear shirts? 

Well... freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose so my personal vote would be to lose the shirts if one is so inclined. Doesn't bother me if other people want to run around topless. Personally, I wouldn't do it myself because floppy fun bags are no longer fun, if you catch my drift. 🤭

In other words, I wouldn't subject others to something I don't think they really want to see. I can satisfy my own morbid curiosity and, you can satisfy yours* but not with my body. 😆

 

*not you personally, you in general

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On 2/27/2021 at 3:39 PM, Silent Mistwalker said:

Born in lust, turn to dust.

Born in sin, come on in!

 

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You know....I was Team Jacob back in the day. That might count as a guilty pleasure....just because it was Twilight.

 

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24 minutes ago, Janet Voxel said:

You know....I was Team Jacob back in the day. That might count as a guilty pleasure....just because it was Twilight.

 

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I'm not a Twilight fan. 🤭

There's just something about the way First Nations men are put together that I just can not resist.

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17 minutes ago, Silent Mistwalker said:

 

I'm not a Twilight fan. 🤭

There's just something about the way First Nations men are put together that I just can not resist.

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You kinda had to be a teen when it was out to be a Twilight fan, it’s pretty much a YA series.

But yes!!! One of my first boyfriends was a Kahnawake Mohawk, super cute!

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I am not sure I feel guilty about this, but I love bad movies. It all started with Mystery Science Theater as a child ,and then I  rediscovered it as a teenager, and now weekly as an adult I scour the internet looking for the worst movies to watch with my best friend. I love all movies really, but the bad independent ones have a special place in my heart. Most of you have heard of Tommy Wiseau's "The Room", but there are so many others out there that are just as good.

No one:

Absolutely No One:

Drunk Eric Roberts as a talking cat:

Neil Breen movies speak for themselves.

 

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27 minutes ago, Janet Voxel said:

You kinda had to be a teen when it was out to be a Twilight fan, it’s pretty much a YA series.

But yes!!! One of my first boyfriends was a Kahnawake Mohawk, super cute!

 

I didn't say I never watched it or didn't know about it. lol

I may be too old for cute but I'll never be too old for a hunk. 🤭

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I'm heading for my bunk. It's getting hot in here.

 

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42 minutes ago, Laurel Aurelia said:

I am not sure I feel guilty about this, but I love bad movies. 

LOL, me too :)

Have you ever seen this Irish martial arts movie? 

 

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