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No. 132014[Reply]

Female Dating Strategy is a subreddit which was created in February 2019 as part of the larger arising of pp’d subreddits (such as r/vindicta, r/pinkpilledfeminism, r/trufemcels, etc.)

Female Dating Strategy is a female-only subreddit that was created in the interest of helping women to achieve their goals in dating, whether that be LTR, marriage or just FWB. It is centred entirely around maximising female benefit and minimising costs/risk. More saliently, due to its policy of being aggressively pro-female, FDS promotes a very unforgiving and cutthroat approach to interactions with males. In many respects, it is a response to the presence of the ‘manosphere’ and in particular TRP.

Important links:
https://www.reddit.com/r/FemaleDatingStrategy/wiki/ideology Ideology of FDS
https://www.reddit.com/r/FemaleDatingStrategy/comments/dugj5t/fds_guide_nonmainstream_opinions_and_strategies/ Non-mainstream opinions and strategies held by the sub
https://www.reddit.com/r/FemaleDatingStrategy/comments/deoi18/psa_femaledatingstrategy_doesnt_believe_in_asking/ PSA on asking men out
https://www.reddit.com/r/FemaleDatingStrategy/comments/d22vzv/given_that_the_risks_of_sex_are_way_higher_and/ why sex shoPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
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No. 133171

>>133163
That's good because you realize you don't deserve this. I'd leave, there is no coming back from that.

No. 133188

how do I stop trying to rely on men to provide my future for me? I don't mean to whine, but my whole life I've failed at most things I've tried, and I'm nowhere near smart enough or cutthroat enough to have a successful career that will provide for me my whole life. How can I be a high value woman when I have no value?

No. 133194

>>133188
If you don't have kids you don't need a successful, high paying career, just a steady full time job.

This isn't really a question for a dating thread, there's a career thread in /ot/.

No. 133197

Is there an app you ladies prefer? Bumble seems good but I don't feel like writing every single first message

No. 133204

>>133197
I've found that on bumble I'm expected to carry the whole fucking conversation, maybe it attracts more passive males but they come just across as disinterested or socially inept



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No. 48662[Reply]

Hi! I don't know if this belongs in /g/ or here…but most of us will never have a sexual partner so here we can give masturbation tips to each other to improve our solo sex lives! DIY sex toys for those of us who still live with their parents, sex toys recommendation, rub techniques, tips and tricks for multiple orgasms, kawaii pastel sex toys, kawaii sex videos etc…
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No. 133121

>>133113
I mean my dad would've beat the shit out of me if I was having sex in his house at 18/19 too. He kicked my brother out for that exact reason.

But what'd be the logic behind objecting to someone masturbating?

No. 133125

>>133079
She's using the bristle side? You're supposed to take bristles off or use the back of the brush part so the bristles face outwards.
I highly recommend a detachable shower head. Usually there will be different water pressure settings that are good for masturbating but also for getting every part of you really clean or blasting away any aches and pains with hot water. Showering without one just is not the same. Everyone should have a detachable shower head. They're pretty inexpensive as well and I doubt parents will think anything of it.

No. 133128

>>133121
This wasn't even in his house, I was living with my ex while he was in uni and they came to visit for the day and went rooting around his stuff while I was in the room, so it's not like we were disrespecting his parents house, it was our own place.

No. 133129

>>133128
That is pretty wacko

No. 133158

>>133121
>>133109

it's the confrontation, her parents dont seem like nut jobs that would get bent out of shape over their daughter masturbating, and ive suggested pretty much everything already brought up before and then some to her.

ive walked out of Spencer's with vibrators in my purse before, my parents have straight up found my dildo by accident and they dont care, neither do i, and I'm usually an anxious mess; i guess it just goes to show that it's really not that hard to pull off.

oh well, it might not be as bothersome as she's described if shes still not willing to take at least some risk to get herself something actually meant to be used as a vibe. i would just take her to an adult shop and get her one, but yknow. LDR



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No. 127692[Reply]

post conventionally attractive women you'd want to fuck and have no shame admitting
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No. 131191

>>131189
Is that Conan's mom in Conan the Barbarian?

No. 131193

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>>131191
It's Eowyn from the Lord of the Rings

No. 131212

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Saw someone post her in the fashion thread and it reminded me to post her here.

No. 133122

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Pamela Anderson is so cute.

No. 133127

>>131212
big kevin mcallister vibes



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No. 103439[Reply]

Old thread seems to have reached it's limit.

>Post hair related advice, tips, questions etc.
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No. 132998

>>132967
I have the same hair and face shape as you. If you don't wanna do bangs, look at liv Tyler for inspo. I tried bangs for years but they just don't work for me because I have cow licks in my hairline. (As far as I can tell, so do you)

Also, fill in your eyebrows properly, they make a huge difference.

No. 133001

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>>132967
I have the same faceshape and I was thinking about getting bangs like this

No. 133003

>>132822
Mine does the same thing and I think it might just be the hair type :/

No. 133037

>>132822
getting layers and thinning it out might help. you could ask a stylist if they agree.

No. 133084

Anybody got curler/roller layout diagrams? Trying them out and aiming for long, soft curls almost more like waves. I know using larger rollers will give looser curls, but not sure how much the layout/pattern of the rollers will contribute. And all the same direction? Horizontal and rolling down over the roller?



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No. 55352[Reply]

>>Developing a huge crush on a relatively popular fitness YouTuber
>>not something insane I'm-going-to-send-a-bomb type of thing, but it's still something pathetic
>>Super lonely since breakup in April
>>Know we probably won't ever meet because he's becoming more and more popular, and I'm just a sad potato in a different country
>>Daydream about him as if he was someone achievable; feel jealous and shit over him

He seems genuinely sweet and we seem so much alike. I know, maybe it's just a persona, but still.
I've thought of sending a gift, but I worry that might
make me even more helpess in case he opens his gifts on camera again :(

Anyone out there with a similar story? Tell me I'm not totally crazy, pls. I'm pretty sure it will go away, at least a bit, once i meet someone new, but yeah…

Making this in /sty/ because I'm not sure it is /ot/ material and I'm sure this topic has been brought up before.

/Ryoga best character
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No. 132816

>>132815
Good luck! I hope it all goes well, but remember if it doesn't, at least you were brave and put yourself out there.

No. 133019

I'm crushing on a tiktok boy but he lives on the west coast and he's never going to notice me out of all these girls…

No. 133023

I WILL ASK OUT MY CRUSH
I DONT CARE IF HE SAYS NO OR YES
I JUST DONT WANT TO LIVE MY LIFE REGRETTING NTO DOINTG IT

No. 133078

>>133023
Go for it, anon! I just told my crush I liked him over the weekend! He didn’t even give me an answer, but just telling him made me feel sooooo much better!! You can do it, anon!!

No. 133187

I have a massive stupid crush on my uni teacher too. For context, I'm a second year at university (19) and he's a first year grad student .. who just turned 27. I know he's way too old for me and I would at least have to wait until the end of the semester but idk anons. I just like him way too much lol.



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No. 114320[Reply]

In this looks obsessed world. Especially as a woman, honest people will admit our entire worth is based on our looks by society.
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No. 130913

>>130910
Cat calling is not about the subject. Men use it to show their own ”confidence”/”masculinity”, and impress other men. It has nothing to do with women’s appearances.

No. 130922

if I were pretty I would've been cute, quirky, and spontaneous but because I look like this I'm awkward, sloppy, and annoying. I really hate how two people could do the exact same thing but be judged differently according to how they look. even my jokes are unfunny until someone who looks better than me repeats it then it is the funniest thing ever, my edgy personality is radiating negative energy but other edgy girls get to be edgy and not be as judged this much but thing is even if i acted all cute and soft it will still look awkward and annoying because it is me the problem and not my interests and personality.

No. 130926

I think I'm ugly because everyone ignores me. And whenever I talk to people they don't even look at me. I find that people avoid me. I guess I'm really hideous, huh?

No. 130971

>>130912
it's social anxiety. get help

No. 132940

>>121919
I haven't been on here in a while, but am anon you replied to. Most women are having children late in life, and having children is not a measure of sucess. Maybe in some scientific terms it is, but I value community more. The reason we have children is to ensure survival of the tribe. There are many ways to fufil this evolutionary need that does not require biological children. Working "spinster" women provide labor: teacher, mediator/spiritual conselor, farmer, CEO, you name it. Adoption is also an option. Our culture places too high of a value on a picket fence family. It's not bad to want, but it's just one of many options. You're allowed to find out it's not for you.

I get the not being paid attention to thing. Humans are biased to be kinder to those they find better looking, but even Albert Einstein who is no model was highly respected as a person and listened to (as well as had his naysayers). No matter who you are, what ideas you have, there will be admirers and oposition. There is this fantasy that being attractive means life is easy, well that is something sold to you by celebs and the beauty industry. Only a fraction of the top 1% can ride this, and they're the ones selling you those products to improve your appearance in order to be "swept off you feet." Everyone has to work to establish their place in life. You'll see very attractive women who are also alone and may feel like you, women who are high on the social ladder. There's a level of assertion you need to have, and it takes time to develop.



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No. 110770[Reply]

I am a "manly" female. I was a tomboy growing up. When I was a child I hated wearing dresses, I always felt stupid or that I would be ridiculed for wearing them. In elementary school I insisted on wearing "boys" clothes, even boxer shorts, and my parents went along with it. In middle and high school I wore pretty "gender neutral" clothing, but I was heavily into the punk scene so it was still strange clothing by average standards.
Now I'm an adult and I've tried to ignore my past and embrace femininity.
I dress pretty basic, just jeans and shirts.
I am struggling as an adult female though. I have no female friends and I don't know how to make any. I have not had any since I was a child, and back then it was forced friendship and not genuine. I have not even had a single friend for many years. The only "friends" I make that I can be myself around, are men who either want to be in a relationship with me (but I refuse, so the friendship dissolves), or men who I enter a relationship with (but I am never happy in).
I feel like I can only relate to men, but I cannot be friends with men, because men only want to fuck women.
I feel like friendships between women are not and will never be as deep or meaningful as friendships between men. I understand that this is something I will never experience, and it fucking hurts me so much.
I feel I am experiencing gender dysphoria, however I will absolutely never transition or put it out in the open.
I just don't understand what is happening in my mind, but I feel like there may be some kind of childhood trauma that I cannot trace.
Can anyone offer any help as to why I feel this way, or should I go straight to a psychiatrist? I am now 28, and I am in so much emotional pain. I feel my biological clock ticking away and I don't know where to even start with my problems.
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No. 131686

>>131030
Anon, don't worry. I never wear make-up and I'm proud of it. The most I'll do is mascara and eyeliner on my top lid when I'm going out. I don't even care about putting it on for after work dates anymore.
I honestly have no clue how to do makeup, but I don't have interest in learning. It's bad for your skin, time consuming, and super expensive. I don't run the risk of people asking "Are you tired?" if I don't wear it, and when I do wear even the little amount I do it I look fucking awesome.

No. 132898

does anyone else ever wish they weren't so tomboyish? I feel like my masculine disposition makes life difficult for me. for example I'm straight but I don't cherish the "feminine" role in a relationship which makes relationship dynamics hard to manage. it also has to do with the way I see myself. and all of my masculine interests makes it hard to socialize with other women because I tend to have more in common with men but I crave female friendship. I just feel like my life would be easier if I was a femme. I might sound like I'm being overly dramatic but this is something I think about a lot lol.

No. 132902

>>131055
>would you expect most people to enjoy the feeling of heavy silicone lotion all over their faces?

This is such an exaggeration. You don't feel the make-up on your skin. (Unless you have an unusually sensitive skin or cake various primers and layers of foundation and other complexion products on your face like nikkitutorials maybe)

No. 132927

>>132902
nta but some people (me) can feel it, like I can feel chapstick/lipstick on my lips and it feels weird. plus even if you can't feel it you still know products are suffocating your skin.

No. 132934

>>132902
it's not at all an exaggeration. i can't stand the feeling of makeup on my skin. i can't deal with lotions, oils, concealer/foundation, sunscreen. kind of ridiculous for you to assume everyone doesn't feel an oil, silicone, mica mixture all over their faces when it's literally reality. it's way more absurd and ridiculous for someone to insist it's normal to not feel makeup on their skin when you're literally putting it all over your skin. it's very difficult for me to wear. it's materially there and it feels very obvious for a lot of people.



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No. 95052[Reply]

What do you think is the ideal penis size? Personally i think its between 6-7 inches as it usually gets me to cum. But i do think their are other factors that can help climax like foreplay or atmosphere/ the sexual tension.

Also, what do you tell guys when asked this? I'm usually honest and tell them around 6 inches. Does this make me look shallow and would it turn a guy off?
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No. 132736

Best way measure a dick is to compare it to your phone. Ppl cry about poor measuring but it's pretty easy to get accurate sizing like that.

Below 6 inches all around is a nono.

No. 132806

>>132735
I’m being conservative with my estimates and I kind of wonder if it’s actually more toward 7” considering I feel like any bigger than that would cause nothing but pain. I never thought I was the type of person to make a lot of noise during sex but my previous exes were much smaller and never made me feel the way this current guy does.

No. 132844

I'm average height but feel like I have a short vag. I know you expand when aroused but anything more than 6 inches is wasted on me

No. 132848

>>95052

OT but this chart always pops into my mind when i see pictures of kpop men on here

No. 133149

>>132844
I'm 5'9'' and my bf can hit my cervix in a lot of positions even when I'm super horny and hes 6.5 inches. I don't think vagina depth is related to height just like penis size isn't tbh



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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. 131166

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I went through both an unexpected pregnancy and a miscarriage recently, it was so strange and scary.

I have a disorder that led me and every doctor ive met to believe I was infertile. Out of nowhere recently, I started feeling all the ''signs'' at once.
I took a test and realized that somehow, despite my supposed infertility I was pregnant, my boyfriend and I were both really shocked, but he and I were ok with keeping it. (we had been discussing adoption in the past, and both are at a stage where we could support a child)
This pregnancy came with so many complications though, I was sick all the time and could not eat anything. I had to be hospitalized at week 9, they told me that the chance of this child surviving were slim to none, and prescribed me morphine for the severe pain I was in all the time from both pregnancy and an inability to eat.

By week 11 I was passing out all the time, and eventually miscarried. It was terrifying. My boyfriend had to come home from work and take care of me for the next two days because the pains/blood/puking did not stop. As soon as the baby was ''out'' though, the vomiting, pain and fainting all stopped.

As sad as I am, it feels amazing to be able to eat/function again. My body feels like my own again and I'm slowly regaining my energy.
I have so much respect for everyone in this thread who went through pregnancy for 9 whole months, you're amazing!
Because of all the complications I had during this pregnancy, I think adoption is going to be my choice in future even if I do have this sudden regained fertility.

Has anyone else had any experience like this?

No. 131188

>>131166
I'm so sorry you went through that Anon. I'm glad you had support.

No. 131204

>>131166
I'm sorry for what you went through. But you said you have respect for women who go through it for 9 months but I have never heard of a pregnancy being that bad, it's not supposed to cause that many and those extreme issues. I just don't want you to assume and believe that every pregnant woman has all those struggles because they don't. Especially not at a stage that early. It sounds like there must be something wrong with your particular body, did nobody tell you that?

No. 132616

Just found out I have a negative blood type and I'm pregnant. Nobody ever told me I could only successfully have children with 15% of the population so now I have to get a series of shots. If anyone is thinking of having a child make sure to get your blood tested and stay in touch with your OB.

No. 132720

My OB office kept me waiting forever, I was supposed to find out the gender today but had to reschedule because I got 0 sleep last night and the place was understaffed and overbooked. To top it all off the building is like 200 years old and falling apart, why is women's healthcare so underfunded?



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No. 132583[Reply]

I find bras pretty uncomfortable, even well fitted or sports. It's not something I'd like to wear all day and apparently it's not good to wear them for long either.

So I wonder if there's a thing like short or long sleeved shirts with padding that you can wear without a bra and not have your nipples show? lol. Pic related is all I could find, but what I imagine is more like a normal cotton shirt with a rectangular layer of thicker fabric sewn into the chest area.

No. 132586

I think wearing bralettes would be a better idea

No. 132587

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>>132583
I wear padded camisoles, they are really comfortable and they don't show lines like a bra does if you wear something tight over them

No. 132597

Usually only dresses have this, I'd recommend bralettes or pasties even.

No. 132661

>>132583
It's called a shelf bra I think! I have a few tank tops and things that have them, never seen a longsleeve but it's a good idea!

No. 132697

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uniqlo do these bra tops that are camis with built soft bras. they also sometimes make dresses with built in support. might be what you're after



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