1st July 18:40
Ok, whatever you say.
Prefer for what exactly?
Older men have noticed me more than younger men. Older men seem to know
more of what to look for, are better able to read facial expressions and
body language and are not giggling over silly things all the time.
Yes, there have been lots of studies done on this. I remember reading a few.
I've not met a four**** year old man, don't think I will either in my
lifetime. If I do, I will be very surprised and I will let you know.
What do you mean by social evolution?
Sure, but I am talking emotional maturity and mental maturity and you must
admit that age can give someone an edge there.
Oh sure, isn't that the truth. I have seen the same. How old are you now,
if you don't mind me asking?
I don't think girls are mature enough to handle being mothers at age 10, 11
& 12. Seriously, they still need to be taken care of and are not up to
taking care of themselves completely, never mind another whole person.
I never heard that before.
I know there isn't a specific age, but I also really do wonder why the age
is dropping for girls, yet seems to go higher for boys. That's what I see around me anyway.
An interest in *** doesn't dominate a (normal) person's life, it is just
part of life really. But, it is also a need for most people for complete
balance and happiness. Before puberty, it isn't even an issue.
I disagree somewhat, it is the drive. Healthy people have healthy ***
drives which creates the interest, not the other way around.
I disagree again, must be the gender differences talking here. I respect
your view, I just don't agree with it.
I totally disagree with you. I think our young people are anything but
isolated. It must be your area or upbringing which makes you say that.
Minors are given *** education which explains everything and are urged to
have safe ***. When I was a ****, it never crossed my mind that a person
could die from having ***.
Yes, I can see that, it is a good point.
I seriously would at nine years old!
I'd say you were an early bloomer.
Aren't you funny, and so confident!
I have nothing against ****, I just do not feel it is appropiate for
children. Not all **** is only pictures of **** women either, that is naive.
Too many lines get blurred and crossed in the wide world of ****. Much of
it is not out of love either, but obsession.
I don't like men for just ***, and ****age boys are children to me and I
have no ***ual interest in them what-so-ever.
It sure is, there are many distractions without physically touching another
person. They do it because it is something they don't have. You don't see
grown men snapping bra straps now do you?
***ual arousal is different than snapping bras. It would be like me giving
him a wedgie.
Sorry, but you will never convince me that this is a mature act.
It is a step, on the way to ***ual maturity, but not mature in and of
Is that what you meant?
They are acting out. That's all, noticing bras and playing with them. It
is immature, not mature because they noticed the bras to begin with. Plenty
of ****age boys notice and don't snap them.
Nah, I was only nervous if he was being overly aggressive with me.
Sorry, but you are not me and don't know what I felt, but if I liked the guy
and he liked me, well.......
Hmmm......I don't know what to really say about all this.
Yes, I do know how it feels sometimes.
I think it is quite opposite, but I'm not sure. What you described sounds
more to me like an experienced lover, than a ****ager.
That she is interested in you, probably in a ***ual way. Women are very
aware of how close their bodies are to men (Most anyway) and if they are
that close they feel comfortable with you and are receptive to touch, or
1st July 18:40
Sobering! (erection intercourse)
Maybe you just didn't give them a chance, hm? I agree with mxsmanic
here, maturity is very individual.
He's right. I can't remember the first time I got an erection, but it
was definitely before I was nine. My romantic interest in girls has
been going strong since kindergarten, when I had my first crush. My
***ual interest in girls started back then too, and grew stronger
every year. My crush wanted us to have intercourse, but I refused,
because I knew I'd feel guilty (which I shouldn't).
Maybe you just don't remember how it was like to be a child, or
maybe you are generalizing incorrectly from your own experiences.
I surely wasn't an early bloomer.
As I've written before, I watched my first hard-core **** movie when I
was around nine years old. So did most of the other boys I knew;
everyone had an older brother or knew someone who did. I don't think
it damaged us for life.
You failed to rebut mxsmanic's (good) point.