Is that like click bait only where some guy shows his dick but misrepresents himself somehow? What was the context specifically? If you don't mind sharing?
I can't remember exactly where I was reading. I had just started a story and this term was in it. The story wasn't very interesting so I moved on. Now I can't find it. That's why I googled it, but that didn't help. Google described it as a male covering himself with leaves and just leaving his dick showing. Doesn't sound like a very promising strategy to me.
"dick baited" just speculating on my part but could it be a guy that has a 'shower penis (fairly large flaccid) but he has ED when it comes to having PIV sex. I can imagine a woman saying she got "dick baited" if a new man was just trying to be sexual with her, leading her on, but couldn't finish the job.
Post by tiredoftears on Sept 2, 2019 13:11:29 GMT -5
I used to meet up with strange men on Craigslist. Yes, many men lie about the size of their penis, or send fake photos. There was more than I occasion, that the Craigslist-er that I met up with had lied about his size, and I literally looked at it, and told him nevermind. I do not care how that made them feel either.
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petrushka: In my world view, you are buying into some really shitty memes there.
Nov 5, 2019 17:25:20 GMT -5
apocrypha: The "feminist agenda" has changed across the past 60 years. Some feminists of the 60's call the current iteration "fainting couch feminism", thinking it a subversion and betrayal of women's lib. Hard to get a bead on what folks think, using a broad label.
Nov 8, 2019 9:37:14 GMT -5
apocrypha: No aspect of that article (which I amount to a magazine offering bad diet advice) promotes rape, coercion (beyond seduction), sexual assault, and I don't understand your public performance suggesting that they would be and thus implicating bfar.
Nov 8, 2019 9:41:51 GMT -5
mirrororchid: pfar, being sensitive means understanding how others think and feel. It doesn't mean you are compelled to adopt their thoughts and feelings. This is a matter of understanding people including loved ones. If you aren't sensitive, you lack tools to
Nov 11, 2019 8:09:49 GMT -5
mirrororchid: live well. You need not soften, but you should be able to understand vulnerability. Recognizing others' distress provides me with cues when I need to use self-control or extend help. If you're strong, you should be helping others. Use what works.
Nov 11, 2019 8:14:06 GMT -5
worksforme2: You know who I miss ...I miss smartkat and andie..and snowman 12345
Nov 14, 2019 9:16:44 GMT -5