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  1. JuxtAposE
  2. scroses
    04-12-2016 12:19 PM
    scroses
    i'm sorry. i don't really understand fetishes, thus the 'likely due to'. i suppose you could start by trying to understand how they come about.
  3. scroses
    04-12-2016 12:09 PM
    scroses


    i had fun going in more detail in this conversation with you! it was interesting!
  4. scroses
    04-12-2016 11:54 AM
    scroses
    in that case, i think 'youth' and 'beauty' need to be more clearly defined.
    if we refer to 'youth' within the context i've used it, it certainly cannot mean that children or babies are sexually attractive to everyone.
    if we refer to 'beauty' in the context i've used it as well, it also does not refer to being able to find a vase 'beautiful', or the sight of a setting sun 'beautiful. i refer to beauty simply as in its appeal to the senses. innate attraction without disturbance. and thus the success in young models drawing in consumers who wish to either possess them or be like them.

    so it really should be better defined, what 'beauty', for example, is really referring to.
    often, it's quite subjective. and i don't think it should be mixed in with the type of attraction i referred to above to the point where it discredits biology's role in mating selection.
  5. scroses
    04-12-2016 11:34 AM
    scroses
    i feel like that's been her stance the whole time. by 'fetish', i mean it isn't innate/natural for the body to find certain features attractive, but it somehow fixates on these features and even prefers exaggerations of them.

    in her last post to me, she somewhat alluded to this idea concerning youthfulness, and i can only think that for humans to find 'fertile indicators' outside their inclinations of what is considered 'attractive', there must exist an isolated group of humans that would be sexually attracted to older women, and would even condition their young to find such women more attractive than women in their most fertile age ranges.
    i'm pretty sure there are none. i can only conclude that all human beings must be wired towards finding age ranges that exhibit the highest level of fertility as attractive.

    but humans are interesting in that I think we're more like birds than the great apes in picking our partners. we have traits we desire, selection criteria that must be met; we value women of certain characteristics, and men of others, and furthermore, this will slightly deviate among individuals-- i refer to these as 'subjective attractions' as it is influenced by society or personal experiences. i think this is necessary in choosing 'compatible partners' and play a role in bond creation. thus, there are deviations, such as younger men with older women. people often mate with those of the same age range as well, despite being outside the range of max fertility, since individuals within the same age range are more likely to relate and share the same experiences.

    but i think 'youth' as it refers to fertility will always hold an appeal.

    maybe i SHOULD have written this in the thread. lol. i really didn't care to participate in it, but i pinned you for a reasonable person so was genuinely surprised by your first post.
  6. scroses
    04-12-2016 10:43 AM
    scroses
    oh i see. lol.
  7. scroses
    04-12-2016 10:38 AM
    scroses commented on Youth = Beauty
    i'd say human mating behaviors resemble that of birds more than apes. it's good to recall that humans are only 1 of 3 species to find sex satisfying; once again this correlates to survival of the species as the neurotransmitter released (oxytocin) simultaneously allows couples to bond. the point of couples bonding is to allow the next generation, as it takes longer for the brain to fully develop, to reach maturity. thus, a 'healthy' unit is one where both parents provide for the child-- rather than a bunch of 'harems' attending to the needs of a single male; i mean, would the latter even make sense to you? i think if you'd like to think about it more, a good place to start is in how the human body's reactions to certain stimuli; eg. for men, higher pitched voices and sloping curves, leads to mating preferences. it's no coincidence that as women age, not only do their voices change, but so do their figures as it becomes harder to maintain one's metabolism and the body slopes. deviations from 'objective' measures of attraction are likely due to society, personal experience, exposure, etc.; particularly, whatever it is that leads to fetishes.
  8. ness2361
    04-07-2016 04:39 PM
    ness2361
    and the music, and the relaxed tone... No intellectual, robotic verbiage. I mean, sure, I liked my son's transformers--some more than others, but they were toys. I prefer real human beings, and along with "real", I enjoy being taken by surprise... coming across "harmlessly fun stuff". \ (•◡•) /
  9. ness2361
    04-07-2016 03:27 PM
    ness2361 commented on Guilty Pleasures.
    If this is true (all but the liberated bit... could be somewhat facetious), I've learned more about you to love, no shit, in this one post, than any other I don't remember... Reminds me of Gromit except... no, including the bubble bath (I made for him). He loves the 80s music including B52s and I can't remember them all, but it's silly-sweet.
  10. Jalex
    We can't pretend 50 years of sexual liberation can override 2 million years of human evolution.
  11. Beesnthebreeze
    03-21-2016 10:56 AM
    Beesnthebreeze
    Notice you visited my page, what brought you over?
  12. Sarea
    02-25-2016 06:29 AM
    Sarea
    Hahahahaha that was among the popular songs chosen by the elderly folks who conducted their mass aerobics every weekend at one park in my hometown.
  13. Sarea
    02-25-2016 04:45 AM
    Sarea
    Add on that evergreen one hit wonder disco hit "The Hustler", and those Village People "YMCA", "In the Navy" etc. Imagine artistes being rich just because of one/a few compositions alone, and their family estates/funds continue receiving royalties for songs played by radio stations worldwide even well after they've deceased.
  14. Sarea
    02-25-2016 04:34 AM
    Sarea
    I can tolerate listening to the Eagles more than the non-stop ABBA compilations played over here. Some boomers in south east asia would either play ABBA or Air Supply in every party, karaoke session they attend. No disrespect to A and AS, but there's so much of those that I can stand after all these years growing as a Gen X in SEA. Even when I was living in the UK in the 90s, A and AS were also their favourites.
  15. Sarea
    02-24-2016 10:20 PM
    Sarea
    When did you realise you're sick of the Eagles? And why?
  16. gracious
    02-24-2016 04:29 PM
    gracious
    I wouldn't dream of it.
  17. gracious
    02-24-2016 03:07 PM
    gracious commented on Guilty Pleasures.
    Mysterious indeed!
  18. Sarea
    02-24-2016 06:23 AM
    Sarea commented on Guilty Pleasures.
    what about The Eagles, Dan Fogelberg, Chicago?
  19. deconspire
    02-20-2016 06:51 PM
    deconspire
    Sure man, I love this stuff lol.
  20. Beesnthebreeze
    02-17-2016 11:44 AM
    Beesnthebreeze
    Possibly. If I don't know how he feels then I can't take measures to protect myself. He's already blatantly talking to me in secrecy. Now that I really understand, I will have to figure out what the best thing is for me. He's definitely my best friend. I am allowed to have those.

    In ethics we were discussing clients that we are attracted to.. my initial response was to refer them out, but the professor suggested that maybe I'd be an even more attentive listener. I don't know if that's maybe the stance he is taking, or if there is more. On that note, I have other things that need my attention so I don't want to spend too much time dissecting the situation.

    Right now he is my best friend. Right now, that's exactly what I need. I do not need to deprive myself due to something invisible.

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