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    The Effect of Sexual Deprivation on Women

    Hi all:

    New poster to the board here. Over all I find that the information presented here is very good and useful, but as happens other times not so, which is par for the course. Started reading the board here about two months ago when I was thinking about checking out what's out there after quite an absence. Have to say that I was rather surprised at the rates some were charging... But to be honest didn't look into too many as of yet.

    On a side note I was in Kelowna recently, and was approached by a girl (figure of speech here) to have sex for money. Sounded good at the time. Went to the bank machine and got out the required amount, then as we are walking toward her place, we stop at a corner and she actually says, give me the money now and I'll meet you at the house over there. She'll leave her bag with me that allegedly has her ID in it. Ya right! She must think that some folks were born yesterday. I don't know about other people but I'd say you normally exchange the money just prior to the fun while alone in the room. I can't think of any possible reason other than the cash and dash to exchange the money before getting to the location.

    Well now for the main point of this post. I came across this article below on another board recently. Would be curious as to others thoughts and opinions on it whether male or female, john or service provider.

    Take care all.

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    Sticking a finger in the ear.

    I know many women who thought that sex felt like having a man stick his finger in the woman's ear. After marriage and some kids, they abstained. Thank God for this hobby right guys?

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    Awesome article!

    Everybody should check it out.

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    A shame that is the case.

    " know many women who thought that sex felt like having a man stick his finger in the woman's ear"

    Wonders why that is.... Were they ever in touch with their sexuality or did they lose it somewhere along the way? Did they have sex as the good Doctor implies and have it because it is what was expected in the relationship and in order to get a man, then once they got the man no longer feel the need to put out because they got what they wanted? After all, we are (both males and females) are sexual creatures. I think to neglect that part of ourselves is to deny an important part of ourslves. I think to deny this problems arise...

    "After marriage and some kids, they abstained. "

    I can understand this to a degree. Busy lifestyle, pressures and stresses, commitments of work and raising the child or children that is a 24 hour job that never really ends. Leaving on not in a romantic/sexual mood. But at some point one has to take care of one's own needs. And sexual needs are up there for both men and women I'd say...

    And on one hand it strikes me as being selfish whereas in a relationship there should be give and take, fulfilling each others needs and desires, enabling each other to grow and be satisfied as two, not as one. Seems more suited to being an individial alone as opposed to being in a relationship...

    "Love is a hidden fire, A pleasant sore, A delicious poison, A delectable pain, An agreeable torment,
    A sweet and throbbing wound, A gentle death."

    - Fernando de Pujas

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    Not sure if anyone's ever read the articles section over at

    But there's a few interesting articles written by either a current or a former service provder there that very much relate to the above article.

    Here's the direct links for those that are interested:

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    Wow... So much for the idea of free speech. Seems the good Dr. Makow got canned for his views...

    WINNIPEG, May 30 ( - Dr. Henry Makow, PhD, 50, a former lecturer in the English department at the University of Winnipeg, has filed a complaint with the Manitoba Human Rights Commission alleging discrimination on the basis of his political beliefs, and his sexual orientation. He is heterosexual. Dr. Makow, the inventor of the popular board game Scruples, has been let go by the University of Winnipeg over being a "non-feminist." University President Constance Rooke, told him he was "anti feminist" and that "anti feminists are anti-women." Dr. Rooke informed Dr. Makow that his teaching services would not be retained next year. When Dr. Makow objected, raising the issue of academic freedom, Rooke scoffed: "We let you finish teaching the year, didn't we?"

    Dr. Makow's punishment stems from complaints raised by four students in one of his two classes. In an anonymous letter, the four students told Dr. Makow that, "we have sensed your strong feeling that women should be submissive and docile." The feminists at the college became enraged because he expressed the view: "I don't believe being wives and mothers has oppressed women. They have been selected by nature for a task which is far more important than anything men do. It's time society, stopped devaluing the role of wife, mother, and homemaker." Dr. Makow believes that "a woman who puts husband and children before herself brings love into the world. More than any other, this is the way love is born."

    The university took drastic action upon receipt of the letter despite the fact that the complaint was not even formal. Dr. Makow informed LifeSite that there was no investigation to determine whether the letter had any merit. When he responded that he had been misrepresented he was ignored, as were letters of support for his fairness submitted by other students and Dr. Makow's submission indicating support for his position in course materials. As well as deciding to release Dr. Makow from his teaching responsibilities the following year, the university decided another professor should grade the final papers and exams of the letter writers. The university gave them permission to cut his classes and even discussed providing these students with tutors.

    Dr. Makow told LifeSite that the action was taken since the complaining students felt "uncomfortable," although radical feminist professors were not disciplined at all even though they would not give a passing grade to dissenting students. He provided the administration with proof that he had given A's to feminists. He lamented that the "university turns out women who hate men." He said that the radical feminists "have turned the university into an agency for their twisted social agenda."

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    Hmmm like the thrill of the chase, the challenge. So sweet and succulent to taste even if for only an hour. An sp in touch with her sexuality makes for a sweet encounter.Brings me to think of the saying attached to someone on this boards message, 'hosjustknow!!!! Kinda like the predator that likes to hunt it's own prey. Just does'nt taste the same without the hunt.

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