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by shevek
4 years ago
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Re: DEAR WORLD: SORRY THAT I'M A MALE. (RANT)

There is not a day that goes by when I don't have to deal with some third-wave extreme-progressive social justice virtue signaling. And I am writing this as a second-wave feminist who believes in equality of the sexes, and same-sex marriage, and abortion on demand, etc. I am definitely no right-wing...
by Imagineer
2 years ago
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Re: Binge watching ...VS... "One episode per week"

I think binge-watching reduces the value of new serialized content -- and I think as Netflix continues to evolve, they'll step back from the full-season release model and parcel out shows in smaller chunks, at least for high-profile highly-anticipated shows. Maybe not an episode-per-week model, but ...
by Dazzle1
1 year ago
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Re: Dune

tallyho wrote: 1 year ago Series goes downhill though, but enjoyed the first book.

Duncan is a bit lame in the film though
I agree

Dune: Excellent
Dune Messiah: Good
Children of Dune: Poor

I gave up after that
by Mr. X
1 year ago
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Re: One Member's Politics Bullshit Agenda Propaganda

Regardless if Sasour does or does not support some terrorist group why would any progressive with principles support someone who actively supports an ultra conservative religious ideology that has no progressive stances, is actively anti-lgbt, is anti-diversity for the most part and is not willing t...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Dune

Dune is set in the year 10,191. As far as we understand, yes, there were other forms of much slower, more primitive FTL travel before the discovery of the properties of the spice. And no, initially no-one had any idea that it allowed folding space. But it was known to be a narcotic, and so people h...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: Supergirl Season 6 (the final season)

Supergirl was a victim of The Asshole Effect. Andrew Kreisberg was one of us. Sadly, he was also a titanic asshole who so bullied and harassed people on set that he got himself fired. In the aftermath of all that the powers that be handed the show over to do-gooders who eliminated all the sexy and a...
by Deceiver
1 year ago
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Re: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

I really, really disagree. An 80s Supergirl could have been much better. Do any of us looking at the Helen Slater film think "yup, that's as good as it could have been. " It's not even close. I'm conscious of the word "definitive" may be misleading. I didn't mean it to be like t...
by Get Your Exxon
1 year ago
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Re: Poll: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

I’m surprised this topic hasn’t gotten more traction, 20 or so votes feels low for a forum dedicated exclusively to superheroines. And, while I’ve enjoyed reading everyone’s posts, I’m gonna go back to the original, where the question appears to be whose Supergirl feels more authentic? Admittedly, a...
by Maskripper
1 year ago
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Would you like the heroine to wear underwear (panties + bra) under her costume?

In countless fetish videos, xxx comic scenes and xxx stories the heroines mostly doesn't wear any underwear under their costumes. I am sure that this is a fantasy-thing for the big majority as it seems? Guess I am one of the few who actually like the heroine to wear a (sexy) bra and panties undernea...
by lionbadger
1 year ago
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Re: Darkly Reimagined shows or movies

Visitor wrote: 1 year ago Get Smart revived correctly. KAOS has seized control of the US government by getting a failed businessman and reality TV show star elected president. He then at Siegfried's direction has thrown the world into chaos.

Wait this really happened.
Heh

I think we've got a netflix!
by batgirl1969
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I can tell you, under no other administration would we have what therapy and soon to be vaccines that we do have or will have this month, 10 years worth of research and development in 8 months...unheard of. Team Trump left everyone else in the dust....even if it is orange cheeto dust, he has done be...
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

The issue around the persecution of "anti-maskers" is they're quite correct. No the issue around the 'persecution' of "anti-maskers" is... They're killing people, and pretending either willfully or ignorantly like this isn't a global disaster. The 'issue' is, anti-maskers are fu...
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

November's spike is just Thanksgiving. It was an INEVITABLE spike. Certainly California's November spike is little different from everyone else this month. November's numbers aren't comparable with the numbers based in months where the holidays aren't tempting people to be stupid. We're into DEEP Ho...
by Dazzle1
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Most if not all there were wearing masks (particularly in the Biden victory gatherings) and it was criticised at the time but was mostly spontaneous taking to the streets rather than organised planned events often INDOORS in deliberate violation of the medical advice your own administration was put...
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

We are 100% not clear Femina. We are talking about two entirely different things, I guess you have not been paying attention to my posts! In a couple of my posts yesterday, I mentioned that Trump has mishandled this pandemic to a massive degree and that I felt that he deserved to lose the election ...
by RedMountain
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Those numbers in the twitter post are interesting, but to put them in perspective a little bit, over 1700 people a day die from heart disease in the United States. It would also be interesting to see other daily death statistics from things like car accidents, etc. Over 7500 people die every day in ...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: How to tell your friends and family that you now ....make fetish videos for a living?

I would say you make videos but maybe keep it ambiguous. You could couch it so you aren't exactly lying, just not telling the whole truth "You know those corporate training and specialist niche hobby sort of videos? Well I'm branching out into stuff like that' It's 'stuff like that' in the sens...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: How to tell your friends and family that you now ....make fetish videos for a living?

Yeah, talk about a dilemma! Asking us is tough because we are a biased audience - I'd love to see what you came up with for videos! But putting that aside, my suggestion would be to plan and shoot one video on the sly. Obviously it would be extremely difficult, but I think it would be worth the effo...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Dune

I just finished Dune: Messiah. I really liked the book. I remember reading at the end of the first book that in Dune Messiah, some were not happy with Paul's portrayal in the second book. I enjoyed seeing Paul look a little more mortal, a little more human. On to The Children of Dune next. I pity y...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Most of those precautions are just for show, so people feel more safe. You're not going to catch covid from briefly walking past someone. It's prolonged, close, indoor exposure that transmits the virus. If you want to stay safe, wear a mask indoors when exposed to people, avoid crowds and maintain s...
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

My my, that is quite an expansive definition of natural disaster, and sorry, I am not buying it. This was a man made virus. As a fine and smart Canadian dude once said to me "human beings are imperfect individuals, they are fallible, they make mistakes". I believe that is what happened he...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Mandatory mask-wearing puts an individual's comfort and freedom of expression against a chance of temporary illness, and smaller chances of permanent complications or death. The main issue here isn't the virus risk to the individual who refuses to wear a mask, it's the virus risk to those around th...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Some Melissa Benoist-SG wholesomeness

How many under 10 year olds do you think have followed her through all her decades of depiction? My point is there's nothing wrong with giving people what they expect and want. The important point was my last line - by NOT doing that they are playing to a minority who do not have any affinity for th...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Ok before forum war 1,342 breaks out let's just all cool it can we please. Trumps latest shenanigans are he won't sign it unless there's more cash even though it was his own party stopping the larger sums in the first place. So all this debate about the current bill might be irrelevant anyway. Let's...
by RedMountain
1 year ago
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Re: Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

I would also say that Covid has people finding new avenues of entertainment and also pinching pennies in the budget, so many aren't willing to splurge for the stream options of the movies released on streaming services. Personally this past year I've realized I can survive without sports(and many ot...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

To be honest with you masks do NOT work against this, the only true preventative is a fully sealed bio/Hazmat PPE, in our labs we do not wear masks or shields, we wear full self contained gear. Love you girl...you know that, but I wish you would have worded that differently. One thing we do not nee...
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I totally understand if some folks out there are nervous about taking the COVID vaccine, that these vaccines were rushed in production, bypassing many of the regulatory safeguards in order to get it out to the public, so I get the hesitation out there. At least in the USA and UK, AFAIK, absolutely ...
by Bert
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Agreed. And vaccine hesitancy is a problem on the left and the right. Certainly Donald Trump hasn't helped matters with his crusade against covid precautions, but there are plenty of people on the other side of the spectrum who also distrust vaccines.
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

A lot of the multi year trials are sequential, waiting to see if one element works before progressing with the other. These trials were run in parallel for expediency sake. The other big difference is the standard trials compete for investment before progressing to the next stage, here the costs wer...
by Dazzle1
11 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

It was going to be just my son joining me from PA but the weather isn't cooperating so I'll be watching it with him and talking via the phone for a good chunk of the game. Rooting for KC. Brady doesn't need another ^%$#@ ring!!! Yes he does. Just for the Monday morning meltdown for the Brady haters...
by Dazzle1
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

I admidt I am picking the Bucks partly as a Brady fan. You have to admire how he worked to get to his position being a 6th round pick, not being the chosen one at Michigan etc. This is the match up most of the fans wanted to see. I do admire Mahomes and have since he came back two years ago in the A...
by VictorBlack95
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

The chiefs will probably come back but after one half, I am immensely impressed with Tom Brady. Sheesh. 43 years old.

Still got the Chiefs coming back but I am pulling for the Bucs.
by Damselbinder
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

Yes my Sunday also ended with the discharge of firearms.
by theScribbler
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

Can't believe they let Brady deflate balls again! He deflated the balls of every Kansas City player as well as their coach! Enraging the Weeknd cause now all the KC players can sing higher than he can!
by DrDominator9
11 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

My son and his fiance' got it back in last March after coming off a Disney cruise. They're in their late 20s and fortunately both recovered. My son's case was quite mild from what he said. Hers was a bit more problematic but she recovered with no lasting effects from what she says. Phew!
by bare_thighz
11 months ago
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Male issues

I suffered a kind of embarrassing masturbation "accident" a couple of months ago that involved this fetish. The problem was, I was was staying up all night, not sleeping, and was horny all the time. This lead to me consulting some of the videos I had on my computer. What happened next I wo...
by theScribbler
11 months ago
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Re: The Golden Age of SHIP Begins

The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity. I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early ...
by DrDominator9
11 months ago
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Re: The Golden Age of SHIP Begins

Okay, first things first: I am not proclaiming myself the vanguard of any Golden Age of SHIP or SHIB or whatever. I have a solid sense of my value to this community based on the work and the writing I have done here and at Wizard's Lair. And I let that speak for itself. It has been perhaps groundbre...
by Bert
11 months ago
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Re: I Have Returned

GeekyPornCritic is hardly a newbie and his, now altered, first post under his new name was a doozy.
by Shakeshift
11 months ago
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Re: I Have Returned

Say what you want about the Golden Age of SHiB not having any credence. Like everything else, I just let the $$$ do the talking. Words don't mean shit. The paychecks each month were all the validation ANYONE ever needed at that time and place. Let history decide whether Geeky Porn Critic was full of...
by Shakeshift
11 months ago
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Re: I Have Returned

If someone could please lock down this volatile thread so that I (as a racial minority myself) don't have to read all about another minority's self-proclaimed agony and self-inflicted grief at the hands of an (allegedly) racially-apathetic SHiP audience, that would be swell. The crescending arias ov...
by SHL
10 months ago
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Re: Damien Woods New Alina Lopez Movie

I’m not taking the bait and getting into an argument on this website. I hope anyone who checks out the film enjoys it. I hope to make more films in the future that are bigger and better. For anyone who is on social media lately watching SW’s and the sex industry being attacked left and right there a...
by SHL
10 months ago
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Re: Damien Woods New Alina Lopez Movie

I love Alina Lopez and think she has done wonderful stuff in this genre. I may be in the minority however in this viewpoint, but sometimes I see these young actresses playing Wonder Woman and I feel they are too young to play the part, almost as if these are young girls playing dress up rather than...
by Dogfish
10 months ago
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Re: Justice League Snyder Cut - March 18 2021

Given what we've all learned about Whedon recently I'm glad to see his contribution, such as it was to this movie, is being bulldozed and concreted over.
by tmon
10 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Cuomo put Covid patients into nursing homes and got lauded by CNN all last summer. Democrat Governor of Michigan did the same thing. Democrat Governor did the same thing. But the liberals blame Trump for those deaths. now as to the travel ban being only partial lets see what Biden advised. During a ...
by Mr. X
10 months ago
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Re: Superman and Lois spin off show

Okay so everything I know about this program is coming from this thread and uhh is Superman in this show, or is it just people arguing about unions, or what Yes... BTW this is what happened to Supergirl. It became the everyone else show co-starring supergirl. In fact Clark isn't all that much in it...
by tallyho
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

It's pathetic. It's a fucking skunk. Reading the articles you have statements like " he promotes rape culture because he forces himself on the woman." No he doesn't because it's a fucking CAT not a woman. Cartoon characters are not aspirational role models they are caricatures for children...
by DrDominator9
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

While I agree with valid points made by both Tallyho and Sneakly, I think what's corrosive about some cancel culture bonfires I've noticed lately is that the seriousness of people's anger at real items of concern such as sexual harassment in the workplace get mitigated. They get diluted by forays in...
by MightyHypnotic
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

I understand the gist of this thread is more about the Times article than the cancel itself but my memory of this cartoon as a kid was, it wasn't very interesting. However, the only impression it made on me was how delusional Pepe Le Pew was in thinking that the female cat was into him. That was the...
by sugarcoater
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

[ There have been two generations raised on intersectionalism at the university level, and thus there are now thousands of people willing to go bat for that ideology in both the public and private sectors, even though the vast majority of other people in the world simply do not care. You make some ...