Rani

Bi virgin with male escort

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An interesting article about a bi girl who had been females but had never found a guy she had an emotional connection to. She decided to pay a male escort to lose her virginity to see what she had missed out on. At the same time she didnt want to be experimenting on someone or trying out a relationship she wasnt intereated in.

It matches my story in some ways. I have a long distance gf and have never had a physical relationship with a guy.

 

I wonder if this is the start of a new trend for male or female escorts.

 

Later down there is an interview with a pornstar about the differences between sex with a man compared to a woman

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.mamamia.com.au/i-lost-my-virginity-to-a-male-escort/&ved=2ahUKEwjCx_Gn3tPYAhXBoJQKHefcBhoQFjAAegQIExAB&usg=AOvVaw3h_YDNokJsKMzthsHynSMD

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2 hours ago, Rani said:

An interesting article about a bi girl who had been females but had never found a guy she had an emotional connection to. She decided to pay a male escort to lose her virginity to see what she had missed out on. At the same time she didnt want to be experimenting on someone or trying out a relationship she wasnt intereated in.

It matches my story in some ways. I have a long distance gf and have never had a physical relationship with a guy.

 

I wonder if this is the start of a new trend for male or female escorts.

 

Later down there is an interview with a pornstar about the differences between sex with a man compared to a woman

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.mamamia.com.au/i-lost-my-virginity-to-a-male-escort/&ved=2ahUKEwjCx_Gn3tPYAhXBoJQKHefcBhoQFjAAegQIExAB&usg=AOvVaw3h_YDNokJsKMzthsHynSMD

I liked the interview. Definitely, agree. Lol. 

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12 minutes ago, Vampire said:

I liked the interview. Definitely, agree. Lol. 

Haha yeh and lady would know. Physically she has been with a few on both sides. 

Off topic but

Margaret court saddens me but more than anger i feel pity for her.

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1 minute ago, Rani said:

Haha yeh and lady would know. Physically she has been with a few on both sides. 

Off topic but

Margaret court saddens me but more than anger i feel pity for her.

I don't know of her. Why does it sadden or angers you? 

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10 minutes ago, Vampire said:

I don't know of her. Why does it sadden or angers you? 

She is this champion australian womens tennis player. Apparently best in the world at her time. Now she is a minister. Very anti gay marriage. She calls same sex couples sign of the devil and people who advocate lgbt rights similar to hitler

I wrote a post about her on debates section. Called when does the homophobia end.

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17 minutes ago, Rani said:

She is this champion australian womens tennis player. Apparently best in the world at her time. Now she is a minister. Very anti gay marriage. She calls same sex couples sign of the devil and people who advocate lgbt rights similar to hitler

I wrote a post about her on debates section. Called when does the homophobia end.

OK, I'll check her out. 

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When you say minister, do you mean in the religious sense or governmental sense? I would be really worried if somebody with these views exercised national political power (there are plenty of government officials who believe these things in the U.S. too but I try not to think about that.)

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2 hours ago, Vampire said:

OK, I'll check her out. 

Ok definitely do. She recently came in the news and billy jean king made a comment of not playing in an arena.

I love how she conveniently forgets the Bible has verses women nees to follow men and cant be leaders. She doesnt mind that bit of gender fluidity

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1 hour ago, ChemFem said:

When you say minister, do you mean in the religious sense or governmental sense? I would be really worried if somebody with these views exercised national political power (there are plenty of government officials who believe these things in the U.S. too but I try not to think about that.)

I mean the religious type of minister. She started her ministry so she could have more of a platform for her views. Its ironic that she uses the Bible to hate against lgbt but the same Bible says women should stay silent and not instruct men. Females cannot be priests. Interesting case of cherry picking. 

My dad went to a christian wedding recently and the priest really emphasised that this is a wedding between a male and female. That the male's job is to lead and the female to follow. This emphasis must be the post ssm effect. Marriages are being recognised from the 9 jan.

 

Apparently meant to be the greatest female tennis player. But all her achievements tarnished by her hate towards same sex attracted individuals.

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7 hours ago, Rani said:

I mean the religious type of minister. She started her ministry so she could have more of a platform for her views. Its ironic that she uses the Bible to hate against lgbt but the same Bible says women should stay silent and not instruct men. Females cannot be priests. Interesting case of cherry picking. 

My dad went to a christian wedding recently and the priest really emphasised that this is a wedding between a male and female. That the male's job is to lead and the female to follow. This emphasis must be the post ssm effect. Marriages are being recognised from the 9 jan.

 

Apparently meant to be the greatest female tennis player. But all her achievements tarnished by her hate towards same sex attracted individuals.

I went to a wedding like that once. It made me really sad because the woman in question is brilliant. However from my other knowledge of them as a couple they probably just smiled and nodded and then did their own thing. For instance, he structured his choice of grad school around her career plans and not the other way around.

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2 hours ago, ChemFem said:

I went to a wedding like that once. It made me really sad because the woman in question is brilliant. However from my other knowledge of them as a couple they probably just smiled and nodded and then did their own thing. For instance, he structured his choice of grad school around her career plans and not the other way around.

It is sad. I guess whatever works for them and if they can be a little accomodating and flexible it can only be a good thing. I just think there is so much freedom if people can choose how they want to be according to their interests or talents rather than the gender they are. Like if a guy likes to be submissive or likes cooking or domestic things it should be fine.

I have a bi male friend i like who likes to dress as a female. He has his own wig and dresses. He has been open aboit it and been rejected many times. Now if i were to marry him we would be a straight couple to the rest of the world but it wouldnt change his desires or who he is.

 

My brothers ex gf is a religious christian girl. She broke it off because he wouldnt convert but they still stay in contact. She sent him an article against ssm and the impact its had in the UK. 

https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.spectator.com.au/2017/09/whats-changed-in-britain-since-same-sex-marriage/&ved=2ahUKEwio6LWnytXYAhVPQLwKHfSkALAQFjAAegQIFBAB&usg=AOvVaw1RdgwZD7UKnKZLrwl-RkyU

Eventually he voted yes but its sad the bunch of lies they feed people. 

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Domestically minded guys are great! My boyfriend generally takes lead on cooking and cleaning. Even today I wanted to be lazy and play video games all day but he was like "Excuse me, have you seen the state of the kitchen? We're cleaning today." Which basically turned into him cleaning and me still playing video games.

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On 14/01/2018 at 6:59 AM, ChemFem said:

Domestically minded guys are great! My boyfriend generally takes lead on cooking and cleaning. Even today I wanted to be lazy and play video games all day but he was like "Excuse me, have you seen the state of the kitchen? We're cleaning today." Which basically turned into him cleaning and me still playing video games.

Thats great. Im like that as well in that i would completelt choose playing video games over cleaning a kitchen.

My problem is the 2 bi guys ive met who are domestically minded live long distance in other countries. Right now already have a long distance relationship with my gf. Dont know if i can cope with more :P

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