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Townhall Chat on Friday, March 20 @ 2PM GMT

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No. 122983[Reply]

Old thread hit the limit! >>>/g/108637
Having some relationship issues or questions and need to vent or get advice? Come here and talk with fellow farmers for another point of view.
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No. 134631

he's trying to get a rise out of you, don't give him the satisfaction

No. 134633

How do I explain to my partner the impact that watching snuff porn as a child had on me? I came across it when I was maybe 7/8 years old and kept reading and watching that kind of content until maybe age 13. I hate to act like it was some kind of trauma inflicted upon me because I viewed it all out of my own volition, but it messed me up. I have all these morbid kinks and obsessions and I'm completely desensitised to a lot of disturbing stuff. I'm ashamed of being this way. even being sexually assaulted did not make me feel so bad. How do I talk about it? Should I? Or should I just keep it hidden from her in case it weirds her out and drives her away? She knows I'm into gross stuff and knows I've been watching porn since childhood but I've never told her the extent and how it distresses me. Am I being dramatic for feeling this way?

No. 134656


Thank y'all for giving me your opinions on this. I don't feel like an ass anymore. He can cry more, I have no intention to talk to him any time soon. He can go fuck himself.

No. 134690

okay good, that's what I was going to do anyway. he basically said that he was upset because me kissing another guy so soon 'confirms what he already thought' before we broke up? like what the fuck does that mean - I hate when men are obviously insecure and they insist on taking it out on their partner. I'm horrifically insecure but I wouldn't ever dream of projecting that onto another person. Good to know I wasn't just being irrational, thank god I ended it when I did

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No. 121656[Reply]

Hey ladies, can we get a breakup support thread for anons who don't want to clog up the relationship advice thread? We can share stories and advice for moving on after a breakup.
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No. 134523

It will in time. You'll catch yourself finding people attractive again. Start checking out actors in tv shows for science. I had to use Dennis Reynolds as a fantasy for a while since I didn't know how to not masturbate to the thought of my ex lol

No. 134554

How long has it been since the breakup?

I felt similar after my marriage ended and tbh it took a few years before I had sex with another person but I eased into things by embracing some celebrity crushes and building fantasies in my head, watching marathons of movies with attractive actors in them and investing in a couple of adult toys.

No. 134562

It goes away.
I was with my ex for 6+ years and it took me around 2 years to be able to do something sexual with someone else. I still haven't but the mental block is mostly gone now

No. 134606

The break up was about a month ago, and it was a long term relationship. Thanks for the advice. It seems impossible but I'm sure it'll improve. I almost tried to have phone sex with him recently but thankfully I stopped myself.

No. 134612

I was similar anon, had about a 5 year unsteady relationship. Broke up in January. Took until the start of this month that I was getting turned on by other people

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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. 134170

So I'm at 24 weeks and the latest ultrasound has not been able to get a good reading on the face (to check for abnormalities) and there is a slight heart issue which could be a bigger issue and I have to get a special ultrasound scheduled next week with possible amniostesis if the OB asks for it. I'm scared because I don't want my baby to have down syndrome or any serious condition. I was offered a genetic screening earlier on but my OB at the time told me it might cost a lot so I shrugged it off because I figured my husband and I are so different genetically that its unlikely we share a carrier gene for the same genetic illness. I wont know if anything is seriously wrong for weeks, all they know so far is the baby has a narrow outflow tract (VSD?) and that could mean a possibility of down syndrome or a genetic disorder. Sorry, I don't have a lot of people to vent about this to, my husband says not to worry but I can't.

No. 134244

Congratulations on your pregnancy Anon, and I am sorry for the worries you are facing. Thank you for sharing. Have you and your husband discussed how you both would manage if any results show a disorder of any kind, or is he just a cross-that-bridge-when-you-come-to-it guy? I had to have some extra scans for some random minor concerns and my baby didn't have anything in the end, so it isn't anything you majorly need to worry about, but it's so important you chat or even vent your worries here because it's completely valid to be worried too. Are your doctors/OBs helpful?

Oh sis don't even remotely worry, you can always bring it up at a check up but the difference in how quickly babies pick up random skills and shit is just bizarre. My kid never wanted to roll, straight up never bothered, crawled a bit late and was fucking sprinting by 12 months. She also only slept through by like 13 months lmao babies are so weird. You really sound like you are doing great, many moms who are eager to post online also emphasise their kids milestones for some reason (it's really unnecessary and weird to me)

I had no clue about this either until they tested my bloods when I was pregnant and told me about it. I wish this was commonly known. Also congrats and I hope everything goes smoothly for you, Anon

No. 134301

There's are non-invasive (they just draw blood) tests for chromosome disorders and other common defects. I'm in the USA where healthcare is expensive and without insurance it would cost about $350-400. I paid for it and thought it was worth it since the earlier you catch these things the easier it is to make important decisions.

No. 134344

As heartless as I am, I would probably give my baby up for adoption. If its trisomy 13 or 18 the baby will most likely die within the week so it would be pointless. If the baby has some heart problems I of course will want to do everything in my power to keep my baby alive and I've heard of people having holes in their heart as babies recovering as if nothing was ever wrong. My worst nightmare is having a baby with a severe disability or deformity and having to give them up. I hate to place a burden on someone elses hands, but I would want to try again and ensure I get tested early enough to abort if doctors suspect something seriously wrong.

No. 134358

I don't think you're heartless, when I was going through the worries I had the same opinion. I've also known a woman whose baby had trisomy 13 and that was devastating for them of course. It's all so difficult no matter what choice you make in that position, so I hope you don't have to make any choices at all and everything is fine. Do you have any update on possible testing to put your mind at rest?

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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. 134022

This is just me, but I have makeup and dyed hair (incl. theater, halloween, and beauty purposes) heavily associated with bad odor. Not as in BO, but as in chemical and artificial. I can barely scroll through /snow/ and /w/ while eating.
If you think of it this way, if you define feminimity as make-up and fashion, then it's easily appropriated by drag queens and stage performers who also wear make-up and feminine fashion. Or any man that's a make-up artist. Except obviously, they're not any less men than they were before, for having used makeup. It's a consumer product for an industry.

No. 134183

I feel the same way. Sunscreen is good if you can manage it. Biore Watery essence is good and relatively cheap, but it is more of an indoor sunscreen. Hats and covering skin in general can also help to protect you.

No. 134239

Everywhere you go, tomboys get shitted on. Both being and not being GNC give me different kinds of "dysphoria".

No. 134269

Same… I hate how Tumblr snowflakey it might sound but I feel like I just don't fit in anywhere sometimes

No. 134916

I would consider myself pretty femme but I used to be a tomboy in my earlier years. Funny enough the first time I was ever told to wear makeup by was a man who was trying to groom me to look like a proper "lady" kek

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No. 72061[Reply]

New makeup thread because >>45820 is being locked.

Anyone try the new Fenty foundations and are they suitable for oily skin?
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No. 133206

Oops! It's the Shaka Ultra Light Fluid in 50+.

No. 133328

Thank you so much anon, this is definitely helpful and I'm very very grateful! <3

No. 133946

I have been thinking about getting some foundation to wear. The only makeup I wear on the regular is mascara and lipstick. My skin is fairly even and smooth but I want to get good at using something light to look a bit nicer for special occasions. I can't stand the feeling of layers of makeup covering my face so I am hoping just a single pressed powder product could do the trick. Just swabbing a big foundation brush across my face and go, y'know?

Do you experienced ladies think that is possible for me? My skin is between regular and dry, but my forehead can get oily at times. My cheeks have more colour to them than the rest of my face. I am a pasty ghost with a blue(?) undertone.

My theory is that a nice sheer layer of pressed powder foundation would look natural and well put together. Makeup is expensive in my country so I'd like to gather advice before buying products I might not like in the end…

No. 134265

Try getting a moisturizer to apply just before you put the pressed powder on so it has something to adhere to, Anon

No. 134367

ty for the beauty blender replies. I decided to go for an official one (got one for £5! brand new from ebay) and anon was right, it's super soft and makes the application very easy. not like any sponge I'd used in the past. I had used the real techniques one before but this beauty blender is definitely my fav of the 2

what's wrong with too faced as a brand?

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No. 101084[Reply]

Talk about skin stuff here. Old thread is at 1200+ posts.
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Anyone have any experience with rosacea? I'm wondering if I have it. I'm fair skinned and have always flushed easily, but the last couple years I flush very intensely and my cheeks always feel like they're burning, and recently it's been getting even more painful. I'm on a 4 month waiting list for a derm even with a referral and not sure how to cope in the meantime.
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No. 134812

Is mandelic acid as good as people claim? It's supposed to be "both" an aha and bha, how true is that?

My skin is rather prone to inflammation and my pores are almost constantly clogged so I get blackheads and want to start using bha along the lactic acid I use now, but TOs bha+aha peel is too strogn I think, so this would be a good alternative if true.

No. 134863

I have a product that says the absorption time is 10-20 seconds, does that mean it's okay to wipe off excess product with a paper towel after a few minutes? I hate going to bed with a greasy face and getting that shit in my sheets and hair, it feels so gross.

No. 135068

Any other anons dealing with eczema during this pandemic? I have to work, so I have to wash my hands constantly and the eczema on my hands is so painful and raw now. I've tried a few lotions and creams to help re-hydrate my hands but nothing is working. Any recs?

No. 135137

Drop your favorite products from the ordinary, quarantine is boring and i wanna try new stuff.

No. 135140

Lactic acid and niacinamide

And we need a new thread, this one's not getting bumped

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No. 76727[Reply]

We've had a lot of mentions of red flags in various threads, so here's a way of collecting them all.

Which friends do you forsake? Which dates do you dump? Which co-workers do you cut off?

Farmers, what are your red flags when it comes to people?
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No. 134128

i think you've been engaging in an elaborate form of self harm with this guy. yes.

No. 134136

> emotionally abusive behind closed doors

There's a theme on here and the relationship advice thread of anons venting over and over and never actually dumping the guy and I wonder why? If you're at the point of recognising emotional abuse and calling it what it is.. then why do we need to tell you to leave?

I'm always here ready to give advice when I see young women are failing to recognise signs of abuse.. but you see it and you still need input from others?

No. 134137

Nta, but leaving someone you really like/love or are invested in isn't exactly easy and people often fool themselves with the good old phrase "they could change" or "it might get better"

No. 134139


That's the point I'm at. I grew up in a very abusive household with a very manipulative abuser and I'm still going to therapy to wrap my head around ending things when it's sour and not getting obsessed with convincing myself if I stay things will change. Bf is like Jekyll when I just about plan to go and my stupid ass stays. I hope he hurts someday

No. 134140

I know, I've been in an abusive relationship. As other anons pointed out I believe they've posted about this guy multiple times so I'm just trying to say lets get things in motion.

I see the pattern of anons venting about one guy for months on end and my heart always aches over how much we seem to endure before we reach that point of leaving. A lot of good advice falls on deaf ears in the relationship advice thread because these guys leave us with fuck all self esteem. >>134139

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No. 109507[Reply]

The last thread of this is a year old, SO, NEW THREAD! Post your room inspos/ideas/decor

Selfposting welcome
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No. 132393

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I’m sorry if that’s the wrong thread but I literally don’t know where else to ask this.

Does anyone by any chance know where I could get this desk?
It looks like it’s from ikea (the drawers remind me a lot of kullen/malm furniture) but I can find anything like it.
I even considered that it’s made out of two night stands and a table top, but I can’t find any night stands like that either and it doesn’t seem like the drawers have their own top part (although, that probably could be left out when you put them together, now that I think about it).

But anyways. Any help would be appreciated as this is the first room inspo picture that actually fits the logistics of my own apartment/room.

No. 132402

nvm found the base units and they’re almost $400 each lmao

No. 132449

LMAO imagine spending 800$ on a basic ass desk.
You could actually make it yourself for cheaper if you have space and help, it doesn't seem very complicated, except for the drawers (maybe it would be easier to just make cabinets instead of drawers). Or you could try finding some drawers at a second hand store. Or just find similar cheaper ones at some other store. Good luck I hope you make/find a nice desk.

No. 132452

Right? Especially if it doesn’t look like it. But each to their own.

I think I‘m gonna go with simple Malm dresser/nightstands or just buy a simple desk (like Micke) + cabinets.
I just really suck at furnishing, decorating and have literally 0 sense of what fits and what doesn’t (aesthetic-wise) so it’s easier for me to copy it 1:1. But oh well. I‘ll live.

No. 133857

Anons, I'd love to get some help.

I bought a new nice desktop for my PC. It has many things to offer, my only issue is that I want to put everything cute and pink on it but the table itself is black coloured. Is that too much of a trouble? I could send an image of my desk.

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No. 51836[Reply]

Vagina general. Talk about your vaginas, ask questions, period and other reproductive system stuff is OK too. So is masturbation talk
I'll start
My clit is really fucking small. like the average clit is supposed to be pea sized and mine is maybe a quarter of that size and it makes masturbation frustrating and fruitless (yes even with toys)
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No. 75904

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I produce a lot of discharge on some cycle days, but I just use a cloth liner or a low-capacity menstrual cup depending on the activity, because disposable liners don't breathe enough for me. If it's every day, and you need to use paper towels, you should see a gynecologist. There may very well be nothing wrong, but it's a good idea to check.

No. 75911

I have no inner labia, like it straight up looks like I was born without it but my outer labia wrinkles and makes it look like my inner labia, I hate my outlabia it looks so weird, like fucking dimples or some shit

No. 75912

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What is wrong with you

No. 75938

>vaginal lubrication

Are you sure you aren't referring vaginal discharge? I used to produce an insane amount of this to the point that I would sometimes wear panty liners or pads even when I wasn't on my period. This started when I was really young too. Like around 8. It used to really irritate me and freak me out but if I ever mentioned it to a doctor, they'd say it was normal.

It seemed to calm down in my early 20's after I changed my diet and incorporated more whole foods, namely fruits and veggies. I used to eat like absolute shit and was missing a lot of essential nutrients in my diet. I had other chronic problems in addition to this that also got better after cleaning up my diet.

No. 133575

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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. 132848


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

No. 133149

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

No. 133558

haven't had any personal experience(obviously) but i've heard alot of guys on reddit and irl say it almost seems inversely correlated. wouldn't be surprised

No. 133565

why would chinese people report their dicks as tiny? why wouldn't everyone self report a 9 inch cock?

No. 133631

because they are honest, lol? and actually these data are not always self-reported, sometimes they are measured by the researchers

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