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No. 271193[Reply]

I find it really confusing when nonnas post in the relationship advice thread as if they were having real relationship and then it turns out it's just some dude on discord they are talking to. Usually this information is not divulged until much later.

I propose we have two threads, one for real relationships and one for online relationships. Talk about your discord-kitten problems in this thread and get help from other discord-kittens. Leave the relationship advice thread for people who actually have to deal with moids face to face.
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No. 290930

>>290926
He wasn't manipulative but yeah he was actually depressed unfortunately

No. 290932

whoever is this has to be a tranny or bad troll i dont believe it for one second and whats up with the newfag "lmk lol" gtfo

No. 290933

>>290932
I don't understand why you are mad or why people actually responded lol. I mean I don't know what else you want

No. 290934

>>290933
Just rambling about an online relationship that I had 2 years go

No. 291056

>>272092
This is something I'm wondering too since I'm in the same boat. Trying to find a date IRL as a lesbian that has niche interests/beliefs and doesn't relate to the wider LGB community and doesn't click with the normie lesbians I talked to on apps, so I wonder if finding someone online and planning to meet up would work. Most of the worst e-dating stories I read are from straight couples, and lesbians tend to make up 1-2% of the population, so going online makes more sense in that case.

It makes me wonder how women get into relationships like this, though. All my crushes were on girls I knew in-person, and despite having online friends forever due to being an outcast, I could never be attracted. I was online friends with one cool nerdy girl in high school, we got along great (and liked girls), she showed a selfie once and was just my type, but I felt nothing despite having a platonic bond. Maybe it would be different as an adult, but when I see people gush over their online friend crushes, I don't get it, but I'm also jealous since I wish I could do that since online seems like my only chance.



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No. 108748[Reply]

I have a question regarding IUDs. I've been on the pill since early 2017 and I get pretty bad side effects. My breasts swell up (they become REALLY painful) and I get extremely nauseous. I haven't been off the pill since 2017 and the symptoms haven't disappeared. I'm honestly sick of it and decided to get an IUD. Have any of you had experiences with IUDs? I am not sure whether to get the hormonal or non-hormonal one. I absolutely hate and almost can't stand the side effects of hormonal birth control, but I get very painful periods and I heard that the copper IUD makes them 10x worse. ;-;
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No. 286970

>>286335
God speed nonnie. I had one of those bad experiences with my first IUD (second one was fine). My advice is that if something feels wrong even before the procedure don't be afraid to speak up. This is your body and doctors can be assholes who make assumptions. You're allowed to ask questions and question their judgement. Make sure they're working for that pay check.
Wishing you luck, tranquility, and happiness with the end result.

No. 287017

>>286968
Different anon, but do you use the cup on its own or with a pad underneath? I accidentally bought the wrong size and leaked constantly, thought switching to a smaller one would help get a better seal, and it did, but I still can't go a whole day without some blood getting on my underwear. Curious if other people deal with this too or if it's just a weird anatomy thing

No. 288371

Women who are on the pill and are aware of the increased health risks like cancer and blood clots, how do you not worry about the risks? I want to go back on the pill (the pill is my only option for personal reasons) but I quit because of the increased health risks scaring me too much.. But I miss it so much, I miss being able to plan my period.

No. 290912

started BC 6 weeks ago, it's supposed to be those pills that let you skip periods. everything was great, but suddenly started spotting today. not sure if the pills are failing me or if it's from having had sex yesterday (which can cause spotting in rare cases).
fuck i thought this was over. periods send me into autistic rage. on the other hand it's only light spotting and is way preferable to a real period. i hate men for not having to deal with this shit.
>>288371
I take evening primrose oil which lowers blood clot risk. i guess i should be less sedentary though.

No. 290968

>>290912
Spotting is common on BC; especially so early after you've just started taking them, so no worries.



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No. 289276[Reply]

previous thread >>>/g/193846

the anticipated second containment thread for the irl husbandofags is here! sperg freely about your trash men here and don't forget to have fun
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No. 290846

>>290577
i don't want to end up dead but i also fret my manifestations may succeed for all the wrong reasons. god help me for changing my mind

No. 290848

>>290846
Anon if you're manifesting anything you should be super specific with what you want! Sorry to any husbando nonnies that don't believe in manifestation or care for the topic but I can't have my fellow nonas feeling down and doubtful.

No. 290849

>>290771
kaczynski?

No. 291006

>>290771
Theodore Roosevelt

No. 291231




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No. 180491[Reply]

A thread for anons who sew. Feel free to discuss anything related to sewing, ask for help and advice or show off your projects!
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No. 289344

>>289172
>>289340
if you look into vintage clothes, they sometimes used pinking shears to avoid the seam allowances from fraying, it works, but it takes a lot of time to make that look nice and a very good scissor. So if you have the money and space, get yourself a serger, you won't regret it.

No. 290168

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Can't wait to get a new sewing machine!! It's metal! And fully mechanical! AND BLACK!

No. 290803

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>>290168
I just got mine today! Not all metal or black but I'm still psyched, gonna put it to a test tomorrow with few jeans I gotta hem and finish a shoulder bag whose seams my old machine couldn't handle.

No. 290808

Has anyone turned long legged dungarees into a dress version? I have a pair I bought for farm work but I live in the city now and feel it's time to upecycle.
>>290803
Congrats, Nonnie!! I love it.

No. 290965

Embroidery anons, what sort of frame do you like to use? I like hoops the best, but I'm always afraid they will distort the aida, so I only use them when I will frame the work in the hoop. I bought a Q-snap frame, it's kinda OK but it does slide around way too easily. I'd like one of those wooden 'scroll' type of frames, but my pieces tend to be on the smaller size so seems like it would be overkill.



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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. 288257

>>288256
Yes tbh. Mainly because of acne. I think i was a very cute looking child and my wider nose suited my face at the time. But now? It's just too wide for my mouth. The more fat i lose from my face, the worse it looks and it's so distracting.

No. 289190

>>288256

Yes, this realization recently hit me because I'd never looked at my childhood photos before until very recently when helping my mom clean house. I definitely got smacked hard with the ugly stick at puberty, I developed an incredibly unflattering body type and my chin got very masculine and my nose got wonky. It seemed immediate. 9th birthday pics very cute. 11th birthday, wtf what happened? By 12 and 13… Jesus christ. I guess I thought I was always ugly, it kinda feels worse knowing otherwise lol

It felt like I had finally gotten over my looks a few years ago, like so what I'm a cool person and who cares, but this year it's been bothering me again and I think I never really made my peace with it but just ignored it.

I don't know if therapy will help, I've tried it before a few times but they want to focus on other shit and refer me to psychiatrists for a thousand shit meds, whereas I believe my looks are my sole self esteem problem, thus depression, thus anxiety, etc. But I don't really know. Certainly not coping well with it lately.

No. 290677

>>289190
I'm in the same position, with my looks being my main issue. If you don't want therapy you can try to manage on your own with free stuff online. I've been using the workbooks on this site for self esteem and tolerating distress. It helps, to a certain extent. They have one for body dysmoprhia which I haven't started yet.
https://www.cci.health.wa.gov.au/Resources/Looking-After-Yourself
I don't know if I will ever get over being ugly or learn to accept it but what do I have to lose by trying?

No. 290744

I've always been considered ugly both out of taste and objectively because i lack fat underneath my eyes and my mandible was never developed properly making me have no chin or jawline even when at a low weight.
My philtrum is so long and my nose is so shot I have sort of a piggish face. i look okay from a head on perspective but it quickly changes when you see me from the side or even resting my face you suddenly see how i have jowls despite being several decades before that's supposed to be a thing.
I look "deformed" like "wow that bitch certainly got some incest in her family" when not at all.
I feel like im lying to people when i send photos to people where i took 100 before i got a single photo where i didn't look terrible. They've never seen me irl and i keep saying to them "you'd think differently if you saw me irl" but they don't believe me.
i think theres some sort of body dysmorphia going on but also objectively having no chin and looking 2 seconds away from committing suicide isn't helping. wearing plain clothes and blonde hair has made me look "normal enough" people leave me alone more now.
im worry about meeting someone i met online because of my looks. nobody whos met me irl says im above a 5 maybe 5.5

No. 290782

>>290744
advice who literally was there in my college days: maybe phase away from photo taking and getting into situations where you show others your photos, and maybe ease off of meeting people that are that interested in your looks + rating you. you should be avoiding situations that encourage yourself to put your looks under a magnifying glass. think this: what if you got super lucky and found someone that didn't mind you? do you understand the likelihood it'd backfire on you because you'd be so relieved that you'd probably ignore certain red flags or be easier to manipulate–which I've seen constantly with other women that are extremely insecure yet seek out these situations…idk if they're romantic or what.
I deeply regret doing similar (none of the weird meeting shady people off the internet thing–I did get to know one person that started making me feel horrible about my irl looks) and it just filled my younger years with constant neuroticism and self-consciousness. I wish I just focused on what I actually loved.



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No. 78523[Reply]

>Think you have a great guy freind.
>later reveals that he wants a romantic relationship.
>basically just spoke to you so he could fuck your pussy.
>When you decline he never speaks to you again.

I have lost contact with most of the guys who I thought were genuinely my friends this way.

This is the worst sort of betrayal. I've come to find that a lot of women think they have male friends when, in reality, there is always an ulterior motive.

Do you think there is even a point in making friends with men?

Do you think men and women can be friends?
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No. 290524

Old-ishfag and it's funny seeing my old post >>78577
I've since dated a man (depressing, a learning experience) and also had a very close friendship with a man (not the one in my op) who rejected me. Since then I've also been hit on enough to say I'm okay-looking, and had several more platonic male friends who never made a move on me as well as a few that did. I've also gone from fat and androgynous to thin and feminine, and everything in between. So it's not me.

It's a gamble whether you can net an earnest male friend, but my reasoning now is that it depends on the dude. It's almost as if they're people or something.

No. 290555

>>290487
Do you smell what the Rock is cookin, skank?

No. 290654

>Do you think there is even a point in making friends with men?
Sure. male socialization is cancer but it doesn’t automatically turn every one of them into raping assholes. As long as you are careful and aware of those problems you should be fine. I wouldn’t judge a woman for not wanting to hang out with men though because those problems are huge.

One of my oldest friends I trust a lot, we have been through so much and I slept often at his place because I always felt comfortable in his company and would do it again without second thought anytime. Love this guy in particular. In general I couldn’t be friends with anyone that I wouldn’t share a bed with platonically. I always kept the ones who appear as if they have trouble respecting boundaries or are just nice because they want sex at arm’s lenght and will continue to do so.
I’m friends with a bunch of guys since forever. I more or less trust all of them but am aware of their socialization.

No. 290762

>>290654
How many of your moid friends have girlfriends? Do you have relationship with those girls? How do you think your moid friends react if their girlfriends say they’re uncomfortable with the fact that you are willing to sleep in the same bed, platonically?

No. 290812

>>290762
Some of them do. I get along good with them as well even if we dont know each other as long. I honestly have no Idea how those guys would react in a situation like that, if they would be understanding or how much they would take it personal, but I think some do understand that many women have justified trust issues due to bad experience, or at least they should. They suck if they don’t lol



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No. 215102[Reply]

Admin gave permission to re-create this thread. Enjoy!
Rules
>Don't forget to stay anonymous. Don't give key details about you like your real name or address. Have basic cyber security common sense.
>Don't organize any type of discord/telegram/etc group in this thread or anywhere else on lolcow. Organize it elsewhere.
>Don't get discouraged if you get ghosted or don't immediately click with someone, shit happens. Keep trying.
>This website is 18+ only, don't post here if you are a minor.

Guidelines to consider:
>Contact
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No. 290667

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i hope we can talk sometime. thank you for everything
colourblock@onmail.com

No. 290701

>>290667
sent! check your spam folder just in case

No. 290706

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>contact
throwaway444@gmx.com if we get along I'll give you my discord ID.
>timezone
PST
>age
24
>what age range are you most comfortable with for new potential friendships?
18-30, just be mature.
>about me
I'm into knitting, programming, spirituality, divination, and the occult. I have a pretty eclectic taste in music ranging from grindcore and powerviolence to hip hop and classical, etc. My favorite movie is Goodfellas. Favorite shows right now are Girl From Nowhere and Russian Doll. I like playing mobile MOBAs and simulation games.
>what are you looking for in this online friendship?
I'm pretty much friendless right now so anyone to chat with in my spare time is welcomed. Contact me whenever.

No. 290734

>>290184
>What namefagging? That post is the first one I made in this thread.

>>290253
They bought into the lie that assholes are honest, fair, and down to earth.

No. 290757

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I might regret this but here it goes.
>Contact
votkakoikashmar at proton dot me
Write me an email and introduce yourself, and we can maybe later move to discord or someplace else if we click. I’d like to voice verify early to ensure you’re not a moid though.
>How long this contact will remain active?
for as long as I remember to check it, at least for a few months
>Timezone
UTC +2 / +3
>Age
in my early twenties
>What age range are you most comfortable with for new potential friendships?
probably around the same age, but idc as long as you’re over 18
>How would you describe yourself?
Basically I’m a non-weeb nerd. I like all kinds of creative stuff and sperging about any interesting topic (mostly in the realm of humanities, but if you wanna sperg about science or medical stuff etc. I’m up for listening). I like to go on highbrow intellectual rants about books and films but not in a serious way, more like as a joke. I like to mix tacky and trashy things with high culture. I’d call myself a radfem but I’m not super orthodox about politics, either. Trying my best not to be an annoying edgelord. I’m actually polite and avoidant of conflict in one-on-one interaction.
>Hobbies and pastimes
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No. 248328[Reply]

The good, the bad, the ugly. Share your experiences here, what are the best apps to use, your success stories, cringeist interactions, horror, etc.

Previously >>>/g/82463
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No. 290415

>>290409
I hate the hikers so much. It's like 90% of men on there, what are they chances they're all serious hikers? More like they pretend to have a hobby that conveniently takes no particular skill, knowledge or gear to prove you're genuinely into it (anyone can go bushwalking and take a photo), and lbr it's a 'no fat chicks' dogwhistle, since they always claim they want someone fit enough to ~keep up with them~ lmao. I mean, not that they need to like fat girls but we all know they'd be fine with an unfit skinny girl.

No. 290598

>>290409
>The whole app is full of fit single fuckboys that are happy to do casual sex, why the hell would anyone want some shady fucking dude while also going behind a woman's back for that.
The only explanation I can think of is that they've heard dating apps have made casual hook up easier, just thought that meant anyone would fuck anyone and have no grasp of their "competition". But it's baffling anyway because it's common knowledge by now that men complain about not getting matches or whatever equivalent. I doubt these people get any interaction, except maybe from scammers.

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No. 290747

>>290409
this is why i deleted all my dating apps and havent been on in a while. (why am i itt??) everyone sounds the same.

>>290415
i used to hate the "i love hiking types" but i genuinely love going on trails now and i see a lot of people claim they love it only to not want to actually go out. lol. and btw, i have a friend i go hiking with often who is overweight, being fat does not exclude you from enjoying the outdoors

No. 290752

>>290415
Hiking is more or less code for "I don't date fatties"



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No. 112815[Reply]

This is for diet and fitness related things only.

-Post your goals, your current state, like yout weight or measurements;
-What you're going to do to change it and your methods (Weight training? Intermittent Fasting? Running? Raw eating? MyFitnessPal logs?);
-And how to be held accountable for it, like biweekly weigh-ins or measurings.

Feel free to post charts of your progress! If you're doing daily reports, remember to sage.

Also, a reminder that we all have our ups and downs. You're human, allow yourself to fail. Just pick yourself up again and don't give up.

No ana, please.
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No. 290648

>>290638
you may not believe me but you can learn to like them! I had to teach myself and it took longer than most, I really eased into it, but it can absolutely be done. I am much happier about it and it's worth the effort!

Keep up with the pastas. You said "most" vegetables, so what are the ones you do like? Any fruits and nuts?

No. 290662

>>290638
fry them with savory batter, If oil is an issue just use extra virgin olive oil

No. 290664

>>290638
just really take advantage of seasonings, oil, lemon, (margarine if you're very desperate to stay low cal). zoodles are awesome imo. i could easily live off of zoodles and never need real pasta

No. 290666

>>290664
also samefag but the best low cal option to make salads delicious and irresistable that i stand by is the ginger-carrot dressing you get at japanese restaurants in america. don't add the honey to your recipe, carrots are already sweet enough and it only needs extremely minimal oil. i pull back on the oil in the recipe

No. 290691

>>290648
>Any fruits and nuts?
Nta but I actually like plenty of fruits and nuts but I've heard they make you fat because of how much sugars they have and too many nuts make me break out like crazy



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No. 48533[Reply]

Please feel free to vent or ask for advice in this thread pertaining to sexual abuse or harassment, etc



I'm looking for advice on how to build a healthy sexual relationship with my partner after my bad past. We've been married two years and he's fantastic. But my libido is very low and I have a feeling it might be tied to poor sexual relationships I'd had before. Starting at 8 years old and then on out. I'm not really bothered by the past but I think my mind is instantly associating sex with bad times, which shouldn't be the case since my husband is lovely. But my brain instantly is telling me that I dont want to do this or that its just a hassle. Often times when we begin fooling around I get stomach aches that will go away basically instantly when we stop, like he can tell I'm not in the mood so we wont continue. I never thought much of it, I always thought it was just something I ate. But today I figured out maybe it could be anxiety related.

I just want to be able to have a normal sex life with him where we can fool around and have fun, but I feel so bad for having something -wrong- with me. If anons have any advice i'd love to hear. I'm too poor for a therapist and I've scoured the internet for advice as well
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No. 288316

>>250737
Yes. I dislike certain positions because of this. My husband is the complete oposite of my abuser, and I've often wondered if that's the reason.
I also HATE the smell of male perfume because of it. Can't tolerate it, I get anxious if someone passes by smelling strongly like men perfume or deodorant.

No. 288356

When I was young I was molested by a girl who was two years older than me. I never told anyone because it felt too weird, and I don't think I will because what good can come of it now? She was more than likely being molested if she thought that was a normal thing to do and I don't want to speak up and ruin her life over this

No. 288366

>>286954
You should shut your mouth if you have no fucking idea what you’re saying. You have no experience and don’t know shit. It is the most common psychological reaction to have, to process trauma only years after it happened.

No. 290634

My parents divorced when I was a toddler, I was living with my mother, with visits from my dad. When I was 6, mom got a boyfriend, he was not violent physically or verbally, but he was cold. A few weeks passed, and he started to be inappropriate with me, a few months later he started abused me with pencils (forcible penetration with a foreign object) while he masturbated. My mom knew of the abuse. I told my dad, and he called the authorities and I was put in his custody. I don't know what happened to them, since I was too little to know, and as an adult it would make me feel uncomfortable to ask my dad.

My dad is a good enough person for a moid, but growing up without female figures really fucked me up. When I was younger, I was needy towards my friend's moms and my (female) teachers. I do not feel comfortable around men, specially alone, and I repressed my sexuality as a teenager. To this day, whenever I masturbate, the face of that monster will flash for a second and kill my mood.

No. 290669

>>288314
you can try to file a civil suit. honestly would probably scare him and his daddy more, plus less ability for the bullshit "justice" system to side with and protect him.



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