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Kittens +  Grenade

NINJA TWATRAGS

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I thought I was the only one who hated wings.
When I was using pads, I preferred them... but I definitely had the thighs-rubbed-raw and involuntary-bikini-wax experiences. Yet without them, the pads slipped to the side or spilled.

Thus my eventual switch to tampons, despite initial loathing.
Gorilla salad?!

*dies laughing*
Okay.
That was so evil that it had me laughing my ass off AND squirming in uncomfortable sympathy....
Hard to do considering how jaded I am.

;)

-Badger-
Oh shit, I haven't laughed this hard in ages.

I both feel sympathy for the female sex, and utter reliefe that I'm not part of it. I'm evil.
...am I the only one who thinks wound-related words for the female genitals are really teh ick? I dunno, it's like they deserve more respect than being compared to something that's normally to be avoided at all costs (huge gaping gash in flesh), or summat.

..Maybe I'm missing the point, though. :3
Well - I can see where the idea came from. Layers of parted, almost raw, wet flesh.... add blood and, well. I'm none too fond of the expression, but like I said I can see the point.

I think it's vitally important that we are able to discuss it with irreverance and humor. I'd much rather refer to it, in a moment of sardonic self-gender loathing, as the Axe Wound, than held hostage to a tongue-tying We-don't-talk-about-THAT frame of mind. Humor overcomes fear and disgust in this instance, makes the subject more approachable and less intimidating.

Which wasn't exactly what you were getting at, I understand, but that's how I look at it. :)
::nods:: I do think we both have valid points. If we get *too* reverent about it, we don't talk about it; if we're too irreverent we can fall into the trap of using the same self-degrading language that is often used against us.... What you're saying is a good counterbalance to my view, and a very good point. ^_^

Oh, and since I don't think I've ever said, let it be known that I've been admiring your writings and art since, ooh, about 2001. ^_^
Eeeep. ::^_^::
I think it was actually your art that got me first, back when I didn't really know what furry was; then I hit on your Morality of Bestiality essay.... While it's not my personal leaning it doesn't repulse me, either, and I was awed that there were people on the Internet who were not only prepared to go out on a limb to make a case for something so controversial but actually did it with breathtaking aplomb and insight. From then on, I was hooked. ^_^
This post sums up exactly how i feel about Aunt Flo and I've added it to my Memories its that good!
Bless you darling! I soooo needed that right now!