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Started by Laurie Ellicott (Figgie). Last reply by fruitophilic 22 hours ago.
Many of us, in this group and following this type of lifestyle are spread out around the globe. Would you be willing to relocate and if yes, what would be your determining factors...country, climate,…Continue
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Started by Bevon Ingraham. Last reply by Bevon Ingraham on Wednesday.
24 years old looking to meet new people.
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And to think that women are normally the ones creating such fantastic human interactive drama - heehee...you guys are silly!
Fruitman has a great point...this group is about meeting a partner - someone to share this journey with - so, knowing if someone is straight or whateva is a vital part of this group - for some - maybe not everyone - regardless, that kind of comment seems to fit well in a group like this.
Mark, I actually think this group really IS open minded, loving and free-spirited - heck, I would wager this whole site is...people are just sharing their own experience - no right or wrong...no judgment.
A great book that I have gained a lot of insights with human interactions is 'Love without Conditions'...I highly recommend it to everyone. One of the great points that I gained is that when someone says something that 'triggers' me (grrr...hiss) - it has nothing to do with that person - it has to do with me having a hole inside myself that I need to examine and heal...thus, that trigger has become a gift for me to go inside and see where I need to love myself more. AND, we all have holes otherwise, poof, we leave this planet (in my belief system!) :-)
PS, my sense of humor is not coming off to well in this group, I try to make light of things, make jokes say things in a humorus way, and it seems that it gets misunderstood and taken out of context. The guys in this group are way too serious. My words were not intended to judge but to look at a lighter side of the topic. I give up, I don't seem to belong very well in this group. I will take a back seat and keep my comments to myself. Good evening to all.
Using some of your words one could say that those who do not describe themselves as “straight” are fearful of commitment, dogmatic about bi or homo-sexuality, insecure with their gender, not really looking at their purpose and nature. But this is not what I want to say. I just liked the idea of playing with those words.
I agree that people are people and I love them whoever they are. But you can’t argue that most people in this group are probably interested in creating a family and definitely to declare self as straight helps to reach that goal.
I think that the purpose of this group is obvious.
BTW I am straight.
That is great Mark. You are judging me for being straight. It seems to be these days that it is okay for gay or transvestite to judge me as a straight guy. It seems to be alright for women to say how lousy the male species are. It seems to be alright for other races to say that the white man sucks. But if I the white, straight male say something about the groups previously mentioned then I have to tip toe so not being judged being homophopic, male chauvinist, rasist.
I do not judge you Mark. Why do you have this prejudice towards me and others for being straight.
We have smaller apple banana's here. I no longer eat those that you all have on the mainland. I think we call them Williams. those things taste nasty to me now. I have to get used to them when I make a trip back to visit.
I was also wondering about the "straight" comment? Maybe just a little blurb to let herself be known.?? Or to change the subject a bit???? Or maybe it's a reference to the Melon's...:) that would be FUNNY. HA! I think I got it.....did I Olivia? I'm also straight even though I love the juicy melons in season right now. LOL
Sooooo.....how many banana's do you eat a day? I eat about 10 or so. I also eat a ton of other tropical fruits - papaya, mamey sapote, white pineapple, mango's etc. - along with some regular mainland fruits as well. Melon's (local and mainland) have been plentiful lately. yum!
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