What happened to dating and getting to know some one? Friendship

  • View author's info Author posted on Mar 24, 2006 13:39

    Why when I meet a man for the first time he wants to know my bra size, when can we have sex and what I will do to him sexually? He doesn't know me to ask that but men seem to think it's ok to say hi then ask such questions. No interest in me just my body. Please men and women alike tell me your opinion on this. Am I wrong for feeling this way? Is there some unwritten book or rules that state if your on the Internet then that's all your looking for?
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  • View author's info posted on Oct 17, 2006 20:16

    Yes, it's true we've all heard the same song and dance over and over and its not a very pretty tune. Apparently if you don't know the person and you can't see each other, some folks decide that it is okay to be vulgar and disrespectful.
  • View author's info posted on Oct 08, 2006 02:57

    hi claalysplace,

    i like your profile and would like to be your friend too.
  • View author's info posted on Sep 02, 2006 13:47

    I agree with some of the posts on this forum, how ever it has been my experience that some men large and small
    seem to feel that they do not have to be respectful and that Internet sites are open markets for sexual request and that they are not hurting anyone because its all about their own selfish
    desires and needs. And that you may
    be desperate or needy and have low self
    esteem. To me BBW means Big, Beautifully
    Made Woman and that includes my mind as
  • View author's info posted on Jul 30, 2006 06:56

    Hi sxyblk, I have to disagree with some of the posts on here. I dont think it has anything to do with your name. After all, what is it about bbwchina that would say, ask me what is my favorite position as soon as you say HELLO? Also, I have a pic of myself in a short skirt and I've heard that I'm asking for that sort of stuff because of it. That's like saying a woman who wears skimpy clothes !! Everyone should approach someone else with respect and remember that they wouldnt walk up to a stranger on the street and ask the questions they feel free to ask on here.
  • View author's info posted on May 31, 2006 17:46

    It just seems to me, that most fellas take it for granted to act as if they have had twelve stiff drinks inside them when they approach women on this site. The need for only a small amount of general chit chat before asking inappropriate questions is the only way of communicating with a lady. If I felt the need for some berk to make comments on my chest then i will quite happily take myself to nightclub on a Saturday night slam back a few shots and then stand and wait. The art of being a gentlemen has been lost but I hope to be pr oven wrong!
  • View author's info posted on May 05, 2006 16:24

    Ok, so everyone keeps saying its the name. Yes, when you put sexy in your name, its going to make others think of something that may be different than what you intended. Also, though, society has changed. I have recently gotten back on the net, after a few years, and it seems everytime i go into a chat room, or someone msgs me on here, all they want to know is if i want to screw them or have any naked pics of myself... it wasnt that way when i used to come on... so either these guys are getting waaaay immature.. or they are just not gettin enough... idk
  • View author's info posted on Mar 31, 2006 14:58

    I do have to agree with veni and Sweetie on this one...If your screen name is the slightest bit suggestive...It will encourage some of the "weirder" men who frequent the net, or those that are simply look for s*x.
    Not that I am sayin you should not be proud of your sexiness....Just advertise a little less, might get you more of what you are looking for?
  • View author's info posted on Mar 30, 2006 11:58

    I disagree Sweetie52..
    Just because she feels good about her self.. And feels sexy doesn't mean she should be treated like a piece of meat..
  • View author's info posted on Mar 29, 2006 21:33

    C'mon let's be fair. If you're going to have something in your nickname or pic or profile that is se_xually suggestive, then don't act all shocked and surprised and offended that se_ x is what you get offered.
  • View author's info posted on Mar 29, 2006 00:20

    Hello sexyblkthang I completely understand what your saying..Honestly tho the majority of men on line.. Are really only looking for one thing.. Especially from bbws as they see it.. Were just there for there pleasure.. So don't be surprised if they don't care to talk about much else.. With some of them your Lucky.. If they wanna take the time to get to know your name its sad..Makes it really hard for the very few decent caring guys out there..
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