no sex is appropriate for kids ages 6 - much older than 8, fwiw.<br><br>but, the only problem with seeing two guys holding hands as they walk down the street is that we are conditioned to think that we're seeing something that shouldn't be happening. when we see a man and a woman doing it, nobody bats an eyelash.<br><br>if there was honestly harm in seeing two people show a little affection for each other, then gay kids would have grown up straight because that's what they see in on television and in society all of the time. they end up gay despite what they see modeled. <br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
Can I pick this a part<br><br>[color:blue]but, the only problem with seeing two guys holding hands as they walk down the street is that we are conditioned to think that we're seeing something that shouldn't be happening.</font color=blue> Yes exactly right but shouldn't a parent have the opportunity to explain that to their children - or should we let the comic books explain the birds and the bees ? Then again maybe its better this way and much easier on the parents , by the time they reach that age they would know that Batman and Robin are gay , Batwoman is a dike and Superman has a package problem <br><br>[color:blue]then gay kids would have grown up straight because that's what they see in on television and in society all of the time. they end up gay despite what they see modeled.</font color=blue><br><br>Well ? ? I read something years back that mentioned gay people have a certain DNA structure that causes them to choose same sex partners , ahhh sorta born that way, they have no choice - Maybe Poly can add to this.<br><br>
I taught at a small college in mid-nowhere Illinois once, and for some bizarre reason, it had a connection with several secondary schools in Indonesia, which regularly sent us three or four students a year. One year, we had a couple of kids who were trained in Indonesias classical dance. I don't know if you've ever seen it, but it's a very gestural, elegant form of dance, and the dancers are invariably very slim and slender and equally gestural. Well, these two kids fit that profile beautifully. And they were best of friends. So, of course, that meant that in their first day on campus, as they came into the dining hall, they were doing what good friends in Indonesia do . . . holding hands. So imagine what the blonde-haired, corn-fed Illinoisian students saw when these two guys came into the room, and imagine what assumption they made. <br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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LOL<br><br>[color:blue]Well, that sure explains a lot. When I tied that towel around my shoulders, believed it was a super cape and jumped off the garage roof, I was emulating!</font color=blue> - I grew up with a cousin who would emulate the comics, he was a junkie comic book freak. I was 2 years older then he was and he drove me nuts with his comic book hi-jinks . He later grew up to be an engineer and a heterosexual , btw<br><br>
you're wrong. gay people choose to be gay because they love being hated and discriminated against. but with the appropriate instruction from the bible, we can change their orientation. i call it the, "make them feel so guilty that they humor us and act straight for a while" strategy.<br><br><br><br><br><br>seriously though, the research is not yet conclusive.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
[color:blue]seriously though, the research is not yet conclusive.</font color=blue> - I though so , I have not read anything since ? ? Then I am not one who would follow something like this with a passion <- sorry for the pun - I should say that I have not run across an article that followed the first one<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>if you measure the pixels used to draw her waist and the pixels of just her right tit, the tit wins!<p><hr></blockquote><p>It must have taken quite some time to measure those pixels! <br>But you're right: those ....uh...mammary glands are strongly developed!<br><br>[color:red][b] "Get a better VISTA with OS X!"[b]</font color=red>
Yes it was difficult but rewarding. Multiple histogram slices on multiple planes and axes. Then mutlivariable what ifs removing constrictions on both objects. It was a close call until then but all freed up the tit wins hands down.<br><br><br><br><br>
I really don't recall Batwoman much. Now CatWoman was very sexual, as she snuggled up to Batman. I always thought it strange the love/hate relationship she and Batman had. And yes, I thought it strange that Robin was so close to Batman. But then I thought it strange that Batman was considered and super hero as he had no superpowers at all. Super Woman had powers but not Batman. And Robin was a wimp. How he made it through highschool with out being beaten up is beyond me.<br><br>Plus, Batman only did his work at night. And it was funny to see all the business being done at night. He just didn't click with me. Shucks, Archie had more super powers than Batman.<br><br>dave<br><br><br>
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Batman had all the gadgets and Robin was an acrobat , together they used their wits and skills to get out of situations <-- I liked that better then the super hero model which they would mostly use their super human powers as opposed of wits. IMO<br><br>Catwoman was hot - I would have like it if they played that off better. Like Catwoman and Batman got real intimate then later the betrayal <-- that would have been good IMO <br><br>
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