• Do you like VEGETABLES?

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  • Is teaching religion to children equivalent to child abuse?

    Being that the world's great religions are simply tiny cults gone viral, isn't teaching falsehoods to children's fragile, curious minds equivalent to child abuse?
    Being that the world's great religions are simply tiny cults gone viral, isn't teaching falsehoods to children's fragile, curious minds equivalent to child abuse?
    290 answers · Family · 2 days ago
  • What's more annoying than the mosquitoes?

    Best answer: Getting bitten by one lol
    Best answer: Getting bitten by one lol
    222 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 days ago
  • Does trump ever lie?

    157 answers · Elections · 2 days ago
  • My younger stepbrother is acting weird around me. I think its just curiosity but I dont know how to talk to him about it?

    I'm 16 and he's only 11 we've lived together for about 6 years. He's always treated me like a sister since he was too small to understand the idea of step-siblings. Well recently I have caught him looking through my underwear and found a pair in his room that he took out of the hamper. I noticed him... show more
    I'm 16 and he's only 11 we've lived together for about 6 years. He's always treated me like a sister since he was too small to understand the idea of step-siblings. Well recently I have caught him looking through my underwear and found a pair in his room that he took out of the hamper. I noticed him trying to peek into my room or the bathroom when I'm changing. I even had to stop going braless around my house because he would stare at me. I dont want to talk to my dad or his mom about it because I think it would be awkward for everyone. But then I dont know what to say to him myself. I get that hes at that age where puberty and curiosity are taking over his mind but apart from me telling him to stop doing it I havent said anything else. Everytime our conversation is just "What are you doing?" "Nothing" "Well dont do it again" I think maybe too at this age it sort of clicked in his mind that we aren't blood related and thats why he's starting to act this way. Like I said I'm just super confused and dont know where else to turn to get advice.
    15 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 4 hours ago
  • Why are virgins ridiculed and made to feel about themselves for being a virgin?

    I'm a 22 year old female who is a virgin. I lost count of the many times that people have told me "you need to get laid" or have strongly question why I'm still a virgin. When going on dates (the few that I've been on), I've told me straight forward that I am a virgin and is choosing to... show more
    I'm a 22 year old female who is a virgin. I lost count of the many times that people have told me "you need to get laid" or have strongly question why I'm still a virgin. When going on dates (the few that I've been on), I've told me straight forward that I am a virgin and is choosing to wait until marriage, and never hearing from the again. It makes me feel hopeless to be honest. I feel guys have it even worst. I've seen non-virgin guys pressure their virgin guy friend to have sex with a girl who is practically throwing themselves at him and when he refuses they call him a "p_ssy" or "loser". Making the guy feel terrible about himself. Sadly, some women even mock the guy and call the guy gay for being a virgin. Why is this? Why does that happen?
    116 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • When will blacks stop complaining about slavery?

    No blacks alive today were ever enslaved. Or were their parents. Or were their grandparents.
    No blacks alive today were ever enslaved. Or were their parents. Or were their grandparents.
    295 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • What superpower do you have?

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  • In one word: describe Donald Trump?

    Best answer: Drama Queen
    Best answer: Drama Queen
    172 answers · Makeup · 2 days ago
  • Would you tell your bf about past sexual experience if he asked? I dont want him to think differently of me.?

    I'm 22 and I have never necessarily had a relationship until recently. My boyfriend is really sweet and I dont want to believe he'd think differently of me but I fear it will happen regardless. He has told me he was only sexually involved with a long term girlfriend he had when he was seventeen. He's... show more
    I'm 22 and I have never necessarily had a relationship until recently. My boyfriend is really sweet and I dont want to believe he'd think differently of me but I fear it will happen regardless. He has told me he was only sexually involved with a long term girlfriend he had when he was seventeen. He's pretty much an open book and told me this without me even asking. I guess he did that in hopes that I would reveal my past to him. But I havent no matter how hard he pushed. I think at first he assumed that I must have been with a lot of people since wanted to keep it from him so I did tell him I have only been with one person. But then he wanted to know what age and who and all his stuff that I dont know if I should tell him. The thing is I was involved with someone older from the time I was 12 up until I was 15. Though I know it is illegal I wasnt molested or anything, it was consensual to me and to this day I dont feel differently about it. 1.) I'm afraid he's make a big deal about it thinking I was a victim of something or 2.) he'll think I'm slutty for being sexually active that young and with an older man to boot. But then I think NOT telling him will just make him presume something even worse. Is it strange for him to keep persisting? Should I tell him? Should I just lie about the age and situation?
    125 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • What happens when we die?

    I like to think we go into a comma-like state where our minds create a perfect fantasy world, where everything is exactly how we'd want it to be for the rest of eternity. What do you guys think? And I'd appreciate it if you guys would lay off with the religious answers, I'm not bashing religion, I... show more
    I like to think we go into a comma-like state where our minds create a perfect fantasy world, where everything is exactly how we'd want it to be for the rest of eternity. What do you guys think? And I'd appreciate it if you guys would lay off with the religious answers, I'm not bashing religion, I simply have my own belief. And the question is just for fun, don't take it too seriously guys! :D
    114 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 days ago
  • My daughter is friends with a lesbian!!?

    Best answer: Hi! I am 15 year old girl & before you dismiss me thinking I have no idea what it is like being a parent, which is true, hear me out as someone basically the same age as your daughter going thorugh some of the same situations. I have come to realize that social life as a teen can be kind of tough, people always... show more
    Best answer: Hi! I am 15 year old girl & before you dismiss me thinking I have no idea what it is like being a parent, which is true, hear me out as someone basically the same age as your daughter going thorugh some of the same situations. I have come to realize that social life as a teen can be kind of tough, people always judging you for the most meaningless things, gossip, & honestly you just want to fit in. So when you find a friend out of everyone that starts to actually like you for,well, you it makes you want to cling to person knowing if you let go you may never find anyone like them again, even if you will later on. I am asexual, like your daughter, & I too have friends, not best friends, but friends with girls who are lesbian. I can promise that your daughter has voiced her concerns with the girl if they are that close & I know lesbian girls are very understanding & respectful when it come to others sexual preferences. Also try not to take the 'I love you' too seriously, I say that to all my close girl friends, its more of a sisterly love if that makes sense, cuddling too, all sister sister. I completely understand why it would worry you but just try your best to trust your daughter to make all the right choices based off what YOU have taught her. & also remember how great it felt when you were a teen to find someone who you felt cared about you in a big school where everyone is just trying to find their place. Hope that helps & good luck with everything!
    63 answers · Special Education · 1 day ago