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No. 44548[Reply]

New relationshit general since the other has reached post limit.

Any ideas on how to get partner to try rougher sex (choking, etc)? He's so afraid of hurting me or leaving marks but I'm into that shit. I guess it doesn't help he personally knew my ex who did sexually abuse me.
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No. 61365

>>61357
Yes, he is. He recently dropped out of University because he was stressed from it. He is really happy with his job tho, but I know that he has been really stressed and not happy with our relationship. He told me that I was not the problem and he thinks that he is. I feel it's just half and half you know, but I don't mind trying to fix our issues, he is a lovely person. But something in my head is telling my to drop him because he is stubborn to make any effort.

No. 61373

I'm just about at my wits end here.

It's late and I'm tired and emotional so I am so sorry for the giant emotional wall of text I am going to dump right now.

I have been with my husband for just over 10 years and I am starting to break.

We are old fags, in our 30s, and I've known him for essentially a third of my life. I keep hoping it will get better but I am starting to finally lose hope.

I'm a stubborn asshole. When I want to have someone in my life, I usually do whatever it takes, but for the first time I am really starting to doubt my ability to stay in this relationship. It sucks because if it ends, it is going to be so messy. It's going to be so bad I can honestly say I will never want to date another man again after this.

He recently lost his job due to a really… strange series of events that left him helpless legally. He has been out of work for just over a month, but here's the thing. He is just so depressed he has essentially given up.

I got home today after working my typical 9 hour shift (a busy one at that) and literally filled out job applications FOR him while he watched cartoons.

I would be more understanding if this was a rare thing, but he cannot. hold. a job. Like, ever. Since we started dating when he was young, he was very immature. I helped him out essentially throughout our entire relationship, and embarrassingly enough my family did too at points early on. He has gotten fired from 4 jobs in the last 10 years, 3 instances being his fault.
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No. 61376

are all/many guys 'grabby' during sex? i've only ever been with my husband, but i've noticed like, during it, he likes to grip my hip/butt fat

on that note, are women like that too?

No. 61377

My current relationship is really losing steam

and besides I got some cool new husbandos

No. 61385

>>61376
Depends on the guy. Had a couple flings with guys who did that too, didn't really like that because I felt fat. My current boyfriend only strokes and is really gentle and sometimes slaps my ass but doesn't grab. I do grab his ass and other body parts thou.



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No. 61334[Reply]

Post your stories about when you lost your virginity and thoughts about virginity/fist time sex in general.
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No. 61375

>>61368
My twin! I'm an absolute sex pest in terms of porn, but any kind of irl intimacy terrifies me. Even if I'm fantasizing to get off, I'm never actually in my fantasies myself, it's always faceless people. sage for ot

No. 61378

Lost it to my bf (still with him) like ~6 years ago.

I don't even remember the specific first time, first several times we tried it has all blurred together.

It was REALLY painful and irritating for me, friction. The first lube we bought was some KY wARMING shit which only made it burn more.

We figured it out eventually tho so
not traumatized or anything , maybe my nerves were squeezing my vag shut idfk.

I still occasionally have the problem where my eyes are wetter than my vag tho… and I'm super eager to have sex without realizing I'm too dry, end up with some irritation after. I just have to not be dumb and lube up every time

No. 61380

It hurt like HELL even after fingering and everything
It took us a few days with lube to finally have actual sex
I will never forget it tbh

No. 61381

>>61363
I'm bi. I just have a low sex drive and I'm pretty repulsed by sex. I have some weird kinks and I do masturbate sometimes but it's always kink of gross to me. I don't know if that makes me asexual, I wouldn't necessarily say so. I'm starting to think that what really repulses me is the skin on skin contact and the bodily fluids. Without that I can be really into it and I can even imagine doing pegging, I just don't want to be penetrated myself.

No. 61384

Tried with 2 guys around the age of 15. Hurts so much it didn't even got in. I did bleed, thought I lost my virginity.
Tried with (ex)boyfriend with loads of lube, no problems what so ever. I bled again and thought I lost my virginity twice, haha.

To be honest, if I didn't feel so pressured to lose my virginity I wouldn't have tried at 15 with those guys. All my friend where sluts who had new boyfriends every month and would sometimes talk about sex and stuff. I was at least 1,5 years younger than them but I felt incredibly left out. When I did have sex regularly it was suddenly cool to not talk about it whatsoever because 'it's private and I don't want to hear about your sexlife'.

I am now friends with a couple of girls who are younger than me (started a new school at a older age) and they didn't have sex yet, nor actual boyfriends. It's actually pretty nice not talking about that topic.



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No. 43395[Reply]

Any of you guys have an actual doll face?
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No. 60798

>>60641
You made me curious about your face. I bet you're not as ugly from the side as you think you are.

No. 60828

I've had the same face since I was 13 (23 now), I get called 'sweet' 'cute' and 'innocent' a lot.
I've realised that having a child face and ageing doesn't mean you look older, just more like an ugly child. I'm worried by the time i get to 30 I'll look as uncomfortable as I did when I was 11.
I have tiny low-gumline slightly crowded child teeth as well and I'm planning on fixing this asap, I think it's the lowest cost but highest reward cosmetic change I can make.

No. 60918

>>60673
Same, anon. It's not a kawaii doll face but more of a perpetual chubby-cheeked child face. Like an awkward preteen whose face still has to grow in proportion. I'm 20 now so I hope it will change over the next few years.
I would love to wear more make-up to match my elaborate style of clothing, but it just looks really off. Especially stuff like eyeliner or lipstick always looks like a kid smeared paint on its face.

No. 61371

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I have been told by 3 strangers I am the spitting image of Emily Kinney (Beth from The Walking Dead) always when my hair is in a ponytail like hers in the show. I have the same small lips, round cheeks, pale skin, but a somewhat different and more crooked nose and much worse skin, so that takes away from the dollishness factor. I think it's more of a general "cute" face than a dolly face. When I don't know wtf to do with my hair, I look at photos of Emily actually…

My mom happened upon a VenusAngelic video once and brought me into the room to show me this "weird doll girl that looks like you!"

No. 61383

>>61371
Was just going to say she looks a bit like Venus. Less slavic, though.



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No. 45820[Reply]

Could we have a makeup thread that isn't shit? The last one has been dead for ages and has such an ugly OP picture.

Lolcow also seems to have a bit more traffic now after being linked to 8chan several times (which is still currently down).
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No. 60485

>>60382
I find best success with a patting motion when it comes to applying with my hands. Always start with less and add more as you need it. I also found setting it with a powder has really upped the appearance of my foundation compared to before (before it stayed pretty dewey looking which just made me look greasy in bad lighting). Soap glory's powder is nice.

I personally use a brush to apply my makeup but i just used a cheap one that had the right feel i wanted for applying (kinda dense, somewhat fluffy). The only problem i've ever had with a cheap brush compared pricier brushes is they come off the stick part a lot faster because the glue weakens from washing them over time (Same happens with paint brushes and is why you should NEVER soak a brush of any kind). But i just glue em back together and it's fine.

No. 60533

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>>60222
I have one and I really like it as a lip gloss. They are thick and a bit sticky which is what you should expect from a gloss, but they are pretty.

Try these bunnies from Tony Moly. You can get them really cheap on amazon and they're nice for moisturising and giving a bit of colour. I usually have a couple in my bag.

No. 60534

>>60533
I have some of these! I especially love the orange (the grumpy bunny, 4th from right to left).

No. 61379

Any tips on how to make my eyes bigger/stand out more?

They're hooded so I always have to be careful with how I apply stuff onto my eyes and lids otherwise it makes them look smaller. I also don't seem to be able to wear falsies because of current eye irritation but eh, it will go away eventually.

And how do I make my face look less greasy? I tired blotting paper and regular tissues but it's not really working. Very light powder maybe?

No. 61382

>>60533
That shit is cute as fuck but I just checked and they're really expensive where I live.



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No. 58871[Reply]

Here we can discuss black hair issues etc

>be black

>2 years ago I would have been shamed for wearing my natural hair
>the "natural hair" meme started around 2015ish
>now in 2017 you're considered a slut/hood rat if you straighten your hair and or wear weave
>the only acceptable "natural hair" is the mixed girl kind, when people mean go natural that is what they expect your hair to be like.
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No. 61317

>>61265
Thanks, I'll check that out! I realized from my post that I want to do a shitton with my hair all at once and that I need to choose something and chill.

>>61311
I was thinking that, too. I don't think it's actually high porosity, but it does absorb moisture extremely fast and gets dry faster than it should, so it probably is. That's really sad, I liked the red highlights it gives! How often do you henna your hair? Just whenever the mood strikes you, or is there a limit?

No. 61322

>>61317
My hair is around the 2b/c range, so it needs some products to keep the frizz at bay. This weighs down my hair alot, so hennaing it once in 2 weeks gives it life and shine.
Doing it more than that will just dry it out so much that conditioning won't even help.
Something I've heard from my grandmother is adding a tablespoon of coconut oil will reduce the drying effect. Maybe you should try that?

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>>58871
god im so jealous of all of you. ~_~
when i was a child i always dreamed of hair like that.
i always wanted whoopi goldberg-ish kind of dreadlocks when i was a child until i had to admit to myself that caucasian hear just looks like a rat nest when doing dread locks

No. 61369

ugh i have such frizzy 3c hair. i've been chemical free for 8 years now, relaxed parts all grown out, yet my hair STILL won't grow into a lush mane. it sits on my shoulders and doesnt grow any longer.

anyone know where to buy good silk scarfs/headwraps? i sleep with a satin pillowcase and a slap, but it's getting hot out so i'm lookin for good scarves

No. 61370

sorry samefagging but SM didn't change their formulas. i have an old bottle from 5+ years ago and compared it with a new one i bought. same ingredients, same order



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No. 60919[Reply]

Is close female friendship even possible?ive always wanted a best friend but if always seems girls are super close with each other for a little while then they end up hating each other out of nowhere. Is it even worth trying to find friends?
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No. 61285

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You have to wade through piles of crap. Either they're bitches or you'll drift apart. I have a close bff though and we're thick as thieves for the last 10+ years but she's the only one.

Actually when you get ancient like me (26) you'll have less friends in general. I ran around with so many people at 19-23 and you just get tired.

Shit like friends where you have close and trustworthy friendships in your thirties, it's honestly more unrealistic than the big fancy apartment.

No. 61318

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hearing that it's harder to make and keep friends as you get older is so depressing to me.

i'm going to be graduating college soon. i pretty much stopped talking to my high school friends as soon as we graduated, and the most we do now is like each other's instagram posts. i'm worried - will my friends and i stop talking after graduating? do we even have anything in common outside of having fun lunches and gossiping together? they're all the fujo/nerdy types, just like me.

No. 61319

>>61318
Same boat, anon. I'm graduating soon and my best friends and times were in college (freshman and sophomore year, not later when the courseload is higher). You will grow, and you might grow apart as your interests change. But if you're really friends, you'll find something to bond over. My friend and I from high school don't cosplay anymore (she works too many jobs right now, I'm working on my master's), but we still go out to lunch when we can and we've always been there for each other. I can't say that for all of my friends, but I don't mind keeping the ones that matter.

I also made a few friends recently joining local organizations with another friend of mine. Don't forget about social events and clubs (I swear to you, adult knitting clubs are way more fun than they sound), they can also help introduce you to more people.

No. 61324

>>61285
I'm the same age as you anon but there is hope! It's true that as people go into the "career and childhood" stages of their lives, friendships drop off however I've read a few studies about how women are more likely than men to begin socialising again in their late forties onwards after they settle into their careers or their kids grow up.
Another positive spin on how we lose friends as we mature is also because we finally begin to stop putting up with crap and instead put ourselves first rather than the kind of petty cliques that teenagers find themselves in.

I myself am also going through the depressing 'Frances Ha' transition of losing all my close friends, mostly as they move away or enter relationships whilst I'm stuck in a loop, but I am also finding that it's important to remember that you never know who you might reconnect with later in life. Also, pushing yourself to go to something regular like a class or group is really beneficial to stop you from becoming rusty at communicating with others.

>>60994
>You really can't force a friendship.
Painfully true, it's really important to not take it personally if someone just has enough commitments in their life already

No. 61360

>>60919

I like friends! Friends are the best! Friendship is always possible! You should never give up on friendship because I like friends.



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No. 59063[Reply]

Would anyone be interested in a girl-oriented anonymous imageboard? Including boards like

skincare
advice
fashion
jfash
feels
career
sex

Would you be a user?
Which boards should be considered?
How friendly would you want the board tone to be (strict moderation)?
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No. 61295

>>61251
thanks!! i've waited for this!!

No. 61340

I was a little wary at first because I thought it would be like this site's /g/ and /ot/ boards but everyone's being so well behaved! Great job anon!

No. 61353

Girl image boards will never be as popular as 4chan because they're too strictly regulated. Why post on a forum where there's a strict topic regulation when you can just go on 4chan and post almost whatever ya like?people will get bored if they're having a discussion in a thread then a mod butts in telling them to stop.

No. 61355

>>61340
agreed. everyone is so nice there right now. i haven't seen any toxic posts or people bitching out each other. once the community grows, it'll be exactly like this place though; full of some of the saltiest fish in the sea.

>>61353
>people will get bored if they're having a discussion in a thread then a mod butts in telling them to stop.
i agree. the discussion should flow freely until it gets way out of hand aka people arguing back and forth with continuous name calling and just shitting up the thread entirely.

No. 61374

It's been a day and there are already men, jesus
The only thing I'd like is a darker theme, so far all of the current ones make my eyes hurt lol I know we'll get one eventually

But so far I like it, good job



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No. 60704[Reply]

Post advice about where to buy panties of different types, what to look for in panties, advice about what to wear under specific clothes, etc.
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No. 61331

>>61330
>>61316

anons i love you

anyway, i am a real fan of classic briefs. if they touch my belly button, that's great! mostly because i like the vintage look to undergarments and they're also really comfy esp in good black cotton. i like sloggis and playtex briefs best of all.

they're not very sexy but fuck it. i'll choose the sturdy gusset of a brief or boyshort over the bacterial superhighway to my vag that thongs offer lol
(no shade if you're a thong girl, they look amazing, but i always found that they don't feel super fresh personally)

No. 61333

I actually love thongs and g strings, when they fit properly it feels like wearing nothing at all. But it's hard to find any with a big enough gusset for my fat fucking roast beef flaps so I default to boyshorts or hipsters. Even bikini rarely have a wide gusset for me. Anyone else deal with this?

No. 61337

>>61333
How do thongs and g-strings not irritate your asshole? Every time I wear them, feels like I get a rash back there. Itches like crazy.

No. 61339

>>61333
me. i just avoid thongs and g strings altogether. i used to be super embarrassed about my vagina because of the flaps, but whatever at this point. im getting too old to be insecure about something thats normal.

>>61337
are you wearing the right size?

No. 61354

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I wear lace thongs because they feel like I'm wearing nothing, now I get mine from Primark for £1 each. When I discovered them I had a very cleansing day where I bought 10 and threw out all my withered/broken/uncomfortable underwear. Now I never have to think about VPL ever again.

But I also really love french knickers (tap pants)! They look so pretty and comfortable, I'm thinking I might make some because at the simplest they're basically just a little circle skirt with a gusset.



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No. 49996[Reply]

This is probably an odd talk, but can we talk about pregnancies, babies and all that kinda shit? I'm sure some of you farmers have kids here, while some of you are feeling the pressure to have kids and whatnot.
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No. 61233

>>61212
Had my kid at 22, entirely unprepared for mom life. Yeah, my body bounced back, no stretch marks, perfectly healthy baby, etc., but I wish we could've waited a little longer. It's just a LOT to handle emotionally and of course physically when you can barely take care of yourself (as most young adults struggle to do these days.) It forces you into growing up and being responsible immediately. You can't just do things you want to do any more. Want to go see a movie with your SO? Well, you don't want to be THAT person who brings a crying infant/very mobile toddler to a movie theater. Get someone else to watch the baby? YOU'RE A HORRIBLE MOM WHO JUST WANTS TO GO OUT ALL THE TIME INSTEAD OF RAISE YOUR KID. (That is, if you can find someone/aren't too broke to pay for a babysitter.) Sorry for ranting, but it feels like the ONLY positives to being a young mom is that I won't be too old to have fun when my kid is basically grown and I have more energy right now to deal with a young child than someone who's 30 or 40.

No. 61312

>>61232
You could not have kids since you seem to care more about your figure bouncing back and being a "cool mom" and don't seem to give a shit about being far too naive for motherhood. It's a fucking person not a chihuahua or handbag.

No. 61325

>>61233
what age do you think would have been good? just curious because I'm 22.

No. 61327

>>61212
>I'm only 25 now but I feel like it's too late
lmao are you fucking trolling?

No. 61329

>>61325
It varies by your life situation, really. I'm 25 now and know I can handle a newborn easier than I did 3 years ago (financially and emotionally.) However, there are some 30 year olds entirely unprepared for children and there are 20 year olds who are great parents.



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No. 45776[Reply]

The old thread hit bump limit a while ago and I miss it.
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No. 61289

>>61273
you can never get rid of them unless you surgically remove the skin they're scarred onto.
best you can do is use topical creams or oils to lessen how they look and get a little sun.

No. 61299

>>61273
Try dermarolling anon!

No. 61300

>>61299
I don't get how dermarolling would help? Stretch marks are scars in the dermis, a dermaroller doesn't penetrate that deep.

No. 61323

>>61300
dermarolling is supposed to stimulate collagen production by inflicting controlled surface damage to the skin, i don't think there's something with more [theoretical] potential outside of laser treatments.

No. 61328

>>61095
>>61100
>>61118
Anon from OP here, he gave me already some legit medical antiacne products to treat my acne, and for the summer he told me to stop only the antiacne gel application, since - he says - I'm getting better and it's one of those gels who react to the sunlight so it would be better to avoid it for the season. Don't know why he's so obsessed with the sun thing anyway. As far as I know it's the sea water that makes acne disappear on summer, not the sun, but I'll follow his advice and will make sure that my face takes a full hour exposed, with sunscreen of course. In this case, if nothing happens, on my October check I'll let him know that his advice was shit, lol. I can't take hormones, so the next step would be retinol. Thanks for the answers!
(Btw I just remembered that he also denied that fungal acne exists, I'm from a small town and his knowledge may be… eh… but there's people coming everywhere from my area to get visited by him and he has a certain reputation so for now I'll trust him)



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