• White girl asian yea?

    White girl asian yea?

    Best answer: Everyone is happy.
    Best answer: Everyone is happy.
    11 answers · Singles & Dating · 4 hours ago
  • What makes your heart smile?

    35 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 days ago
  • How is it best to move on?

    61 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 days ago
  • Should I give in?

    My wife stated last night that she wanted an open marriage. Its not the first time she brought it up. It goes against my beliefs and values...she states its not about sex, but isnt that what an open marriage is about? Should I give in to her? Do open marriages work? Is it just an excuse for her to screw other men... show more
    My wife stated last night that she wanted an open marriage. Its not the first time she brought it up. It goes against my beliefs and values...she states its not about sex, but isnt that what an open marriage is about? Should I give in to her? Do open marriages work? Is it just an excuse for her to screw other men and women?
    50 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 days ago
  • Could this mean my parents are racist?

    Im 17. Ive been dating my current girlfriend for 2 years. She is black and my family is white. My parents have made the two years extremely difficult by preventing me from seeing her for reasons that are just petty and shouldn't matter. Even on her birthday they waited until I was going to go to her house... show more
    Im 17. Ive been dating my current girlfriend for 2 years. She is black and my family is white. My parents have made the two years extremely difficult by preventing me from seeing her for reasons that are just petty and shouldn't matter. Even on her birthday they waited until I was going to go to her house and then gave me a bunch of work to do and threatened to cancel my phone so I couldn't talk to her and not let me see her anymore if I didnt stay home and do the work instead. I have dated other white girls before and they never had a problem and never stopped me from seeing one of them even though one of them was pretty disrespectful to my siblings amd family. My current girlfriend is so sweet tomy younger siblings and aactually plays with them too when shes at my house. Im starting to really wonder why my parents would get in the way and prevent me from hanging out with someone who is so kind and respectful when they never did that to the white girls I dated before who weren't very nice OR respectful. Side note: my four year old brother once said he didnt like someone because of their skin color but he was too young to think about that himself. I imagine he wouldve had to hear that somewhere and that was before he was in preschool or exposed to much other than family business. What do you think? Is this possibly a sign that my parents are racist?
    17 answers · Family · 14 hours ago
  • Is it common for feminists to have a harder time dating men?

    Ever since being indoctrinated into feminism it's been harder to date quality men. Do men on average find man-hating feminists such as myself less appealing? My women's studies professor assured us such traits are admirable and desirable in modern society.
    Ever since being indoctrinated into feminism it's been harder to date quality men. Do men on average find man-hating feminists such as myself less appealing? My women's studies professor assured us such traits are admirable and desirable in modern society.
    12 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 day ago
  • Whats wrong with using a woman for sex?

    I like to use women every now and then under the guise of a fake relationship. A lot of guys do this.
    I like to use women every now and then under the guise of a fake relationship. A lot of guys do this.
    20 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 day ago
  • Is flirting with others cheating?

    Is it bad enough to end a marriage if your spouse is overly friendly and flattering to other men and touches them, smiles at them etc?
    Is it bad enough to end a marriage if your spouse is overly friendly and flattering to other men and touches them, smiles at them etc?
    35 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 days ago
  • Mom expecting half of my paycheck?

    My mom is expecting half of my paycheck. Am I selfish for not wanting to give it to her anymore? Here's my situation: I just got my first paying job a couple of months ago. I work minimum wage, so I'm not left with a whole lot after taxes. My mom is currently unemployed, has been for the past few years.... show more
    My mom is expecting half of my paycheck. Am I selfish for not wanting to give it to her anymore? Here's my situation: I just got my first paying job a couple of months ago. I work minimum wage, so I'm not left with a whole lot after taxes. My mom is currently unemployed, has been for the past few years. We just moved here so my brother and I got a job to help pay the bills, but now that my brother and I pay for everything she doesn't really feel the need to go out and get a job. I didn't mind splitting the bills with my brother, but I started to get really frustrated after a few months, especially when I'd come home late at night and she didn't make dinner or go grocery shopping or anything really. I pay her rent, utilities, car payments, car insurance, gas, food... I spend the majority of my time at my boyfriends house and plan on moving in with him. Only problem is my mom isn't looking for a job. I told her how I felt and how I can't put a dime away and she responds by telling me that I'm so ungrateful and a terrible daughter. In the past 4 months I've managed to save $200. How am I supposed to start my life if I'm paying for her to live hers? What bothers me the most is that she's not even trying to find a job, I'm so frustrated with the situation. Should I feel guilty for wanting to move out and stop paying her bills? I was thinking about moving out and giving her a couple of months to find a job. Any ideas?
    57 answers · Family · 3 days ago
  • Do you think it is selfish to remain childless on purpose, even if you are married, well-off and in perfect health?

    Best answer: No.

    Becoming a parent is a choice, not a requirement.
    Best answer: No.

    Becoming a parent is a choice, not a requirement.
    34 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 days ago
  • My mum's boyfriend is staying the night and I'm really scared?

    Best answer: He sounds inappropriate at best, and I would lean towards sinister at this point, until proven otherwise, for the sake of you guys' safety. Some random grown man that your mom happens to have been dating for a few months has no business touching you, let alone repeatedly bear hugging you. It's possible... show more
    Best answer: He sounds inappropriate at best, and I would lean towards sinister at this point, until proven otherwise, for the sake of you guys' safety. Some random grown man that your mom happens to have been dating for a few months has no business touching you, let alone repeatedly bear hugging you. It's possible he's just socially and emotionally clueless about it and has no bad intentions, but you CANNOT risk making that assumption when he's going to be staying overnight in your house. There's no end of cases of kids who've been hurt by the mom's boyfriend.

    It's extremely important for all people to know not to ignore their intuition about potential danger. You hear far too many stories about crime victims who had a gut feeling about something but chose to just play it off instead of taking precautions, because they thought they were just imagining things or being dramatic, or didn't want to cause a scene, etc.

    So make sure the door to your room stays locked all night, and if it's the typical inner door lock that can be easily picked with a coat hanger, then you have to prop a chair against it or push your dresser in front of it or something so that you'll at least wake up from the noise if someone tries to get in. You could put a door stop/wedge under it too, but with any of those, they'll eventually slide across the floor if someone's determined to get in. Test it out first and make sure it'll be a good deterrent.

    Keep a phone in the room, and some weapons. And not a baseball bat or a hammer, because unless you're pretty strong and fast compared to a grown man, it won't be much help, because unless you got him real hard in the head, he'd just take the bat away. I'd say longish knives and the element of surprise would be a better bet, meaning don't let an attacker see it coming; then run away screaming, or else finish the job, if necessary. And don't go out to use the bathroom that night without a knife.

    But that's like worst case scenario stuff, and I don't want to turn something that may have just been a well meaning but inappropriate attempt to make friends, into a horror movie paranoia. It may turn out he's a decent guy, but like anyone else, it takes years to build trust.

    In the meantime, don't get within touching distance of him and keep some furniture between you. If he keeps looking like he wants to close the distance to grab you again, then that's a pretty strong indicator of what he's after, and you should state politely but in no uncertain terms that you don't want him touching you, however you want to phrase it. If he then tries to turn it around and lay the blame on you for being "unfriendly" or whatever, then that's another cause for suspicion, because what he should say, is "okay, sorry."
    8 answers · Family · 6 hours ago
  • I think my uncle is trying to seduce me and I like it ...?

    So ,my uncle is almost 40 and I'll be 18 in two months .I have been living at his house since school ended (two days now) with my cousin and my little brother and I've noticed that his behaviour towards me is pretty sexual . Last night we were all hanging out at the porch and when my cousin and my brother... show more
    So ,my uncle is almost 40 and I'll be 18 in two months .I have been living at his house since school ended (two days now) with my cousin and my little brother and I've noticed that his behaviour towards me is pretty sexual . Last night we were all hanging out at the porch and when my cousin and my brother got tired and went to sleep ,my uncle started talking differently. He used quite a few sexual innuendos some of which were too obvious to be by mistake .He also said he was feeling hot (and it wasn't even that hot) so he removed his shirt and he let me know that I could remove mine as well if I was also feeling hot and that I didn't have to feel uncomfortable cause "we're family". Anyways , he behaves in a very sexual manner when he's alone with me and thing is that I like it. It turns me on ...I'm trying not to show it because I know it's wrong ,but truth is it does . After what happened n the porch yesterday I've been having sexual thoughts about me and him all day long. I want him so bad ...He turns me on like crazy ... Is it wrong? What should I do?
    10 answers · Singles & Dating · 16 hours ago