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外围体育投注Me (26 M) and my girlfriend (26 F) usually have conversations where we say things like, that guy/girl is beautiful, and when I tell my friends about it they think I'm crazy. Like how don't you feel bad knowing she finds a guy attractive or how can I tell her in her face I find a girl attractive.

Yeah people, being in a relationship does not mean you stop finding people beautiful, but to me at least it makes it so I have no sexual interest in them. Just like when I see a guy I can recognise he is attractive even though I'm straight, I can see a girl and find her attractive without thinking about sexual stuff.

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外围体育投注I’m an only child but I’ve seen lots of stories on here about people who have essentially had to raise their siblings because their parents couldn’t and it’s horrible. Either get a baby sitter or don’t have more kids that you can parent. These are your children, not those of the oldest child. Therefore, they are only your responsibility. Parenting is 100% a choice that you chose to make. Yes, the oldest child should help out (as all of the kids should) but their lives shouldn’t be centered around taking care of their siblings.

外围体育投注Edit: I’m specifically referring to older siblings who’s lives have become centered around taking care of their siblings. That’s what I mean by secondary parent.

外围体育投注Edit #2: Good lord people READ MY WHOLE POST AND STOP MAKING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT MY BELIEFS. There’s nothing wrong with looking up to your older siblings. That’s great. It’s much better than siblings who hate each other. And if you decide that you want to become a secondary parent to your siblings, fine. But that doesn’t mean everyone has to do that.

Edit #3: Thanks for the awards kind redditors!

外围体育投注Edit #4: I’ve had to say this a whole lot in response to the commenters so I’ll say it again: Most people stay in one economic class their whole lives. People who have extreme financial changes or other extreme unfortunate circumstances are in the minority. I am sympathetic to those in that minority. I am not sympathetic to those people who have kids when they don’t have the financial or mental ability to do so. PARENTING IS 100% A CHOICE. DON’T FORGET THAT.

外围体育投注Edit #5: I realize that there are kids that exaggerate their responsibilities. I’m not referring to those people in my post.

外围体育投注Edit #6: I’m not referring to older siblings simply helping out. I’m referring to older siblings who are literally becoming parents to their second siblings. This often robs them of their childhood and young adult lives because their lives revolve around being parents towards their siblings.

外围体育投注Edit #7: Geez people there’s a difference between giving your kids more responsibilities and literally turning them into a parent.

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Posted by11 hours ago

I have a friend who is baffled why men don't enjoy movies or books in the "romance" genre. She says it's because men are often too insecure in themselves to feel like they can enjoy that sort of thing.

In my opinion, it's a lot more simple and upsetting. Where women look at romance novels and see love and caring, men look at them and see work.

外围体育投注To be fair, sometimes these movies and novels hide it pretty well. Maybe it starts with a happenstance encounter, a "meet cute." The relationship will progress - sometimes it will look like it's by accident. Loving glances are exchanged. Meaningful gestures of affection are performed. Eventually things reach a head and the characters begin ravishing each other, unable to keep their affection hidden any longer.

What most women will see is a guy who is empathetic and open and aboundingly loving.

What most men will see is a horrifying amount of work and luck. These novels and movies often treat the man as an almost omniscient entity. He does everything perfectly and knows exactly how to make someone swoon. He is expected to have boundless confidence (work), to continually push the relationship forward (work), to make gestures of affection (work), and to not want or need any affection in return (work).

Basically, romance is work外围体育投注 and a lot of people have been sold the idea that it's simply a natural thing you do if you love your partner. It's only partially true - you do it because you love your partner, but it's work nonetheless.

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I really, really hope people won't actually buy this movie. If this movie is sucessful, they'll definitely pull this crap again, and other companies will follow in their footsteps. Streaming services used to be an alternative to renting movies, now I worry its slowly turning into a replacement of cinema. In the future, films are gonna go straight to being streaming exclusives that you have to pay to pay to watch, so please don't contribute to the death of cinema by buying this movie.

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Posted by9 hours ago

外围体育投注Everyone automatically assumes you are an idiot and they are better than you because "hormones". Nobody takes you seriously. On top of that, you have tons of homework, so you might not get enough sleep at night. You have almost no money unless you get a job on top of everything you already have.

外围体育投注Edit: not saying they are all smart, but some arent as dumb as people think

外围体育投注Edit 2: also, worry about fitting in with society and what they say is normal

外围体育投注Edit 3: im not smart.

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