The All-Inclusive PC Dating Pool: Where do we draw the line?.....

  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 19, 2013 6:09 AM GMT
    How far can we go with being politically correct & all-inclusive with the dating pool? What's permissible & "normal" for dating material? Where do we draw the line? No pygmies, aborigines, dwarves, disfigured amputees, burn victims, the diseased, the physically-challenged, Scientologists, eunuchs, cannibals, lepers.....? How far is ur limit? Never say never? How pc is too pc?.....Leveling the playing field opens up a whole Pandora's Box.....
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    Dec 19, 2013 6:33 AM GMT
    I don't care about being PC. I'll fuck any race if they're muscular but I'll only date a white, Native, (some Asians), or Latino guy. That's how I solve that issue.
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    Dec 19, 2013 6:35 AM GMT
    Avsigkommen saidI don't care about being PC. I'll fuck any race if they're muscular but I'll only date a white, Native, (some Asians), or Latino guy. That's how I solve that issue.


    If you were 10-15 years older I'd be all over dat dick of yours....icon_twisted.gificon_twisted.gificon_twisted.gif
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    Dec 19, 2013 6:35 AM GMT
    I suppose that Harrison Bergeron would be required to date only obese women older than 70. Seems fair.
  • Apparition

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    Dec 19, 2013 8:56 AM GMT
    your dick makes the decision about what you like, and he doesnt have to be pc...cuz hes a dick about it.

    you dont have to make everyone happy with your choices. with 3 billion guys on the planet there are enough to choose from even if 99.9 percent of the people on the planet hate everything about you even if they havent met you.


    enough already
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 19, 2013 9:02 AM GMT
    Apparition saidyour dick makes the decision about what you like, and he doesnt have to be pc...cuz hes a dick about it.

    you dont have to make everyone happy with your choices. with 3 billion guys on the planet there are enough to choose from even if 99.9 percent of the people on the planet hate everything about you even if they havent met you.


    enough already


    U totally missed the sardonicism icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 19, 2013 10:52 AM GMT
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.

    This.

    What is vanilla?
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    Dec 19, 2013 11:02 AM GMT
    Trolliosis said
    Truppensturm said
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.

    This.

    What is vanilla?
    What do you think vanilla is?

    That's not an answer icon_neutral.gif
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 19, 2013 9:33 PM GMT
    How open-minded are u?.....
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    Dec 19, 2013 9:54 PM GMT
    thebearerofbadnews saidi gotta ask you. since you mentioned it, why do you feel that people have to date someone of a certain group, has a certain characteristic or whatever in order to prove something to someone else? icon_neutral.gif do you have a hidden agenda behind the question that you're asking?

    let's be real here. people are people. everybody is going to be attracted to whoever and whatever for whatever reason. not everyone is going to be interested in dating you. you're not going to be interested in dating everyone out there. sometimes, i think that the reason why some guys pose the same question though in a different manner is because they want to date a certain group BUT can't for whatever reason or they want everyone to like them. the more they keep on trying to convince other people to like and accept them, the more they turn people off away from them.

    if a guy that i'm interested in isn't interested in me, that's cool. i can't do anything but respect his decision and keep it moving. i would hope that he would treat me the same way if it were him that were interested in me but me not being interested in him. rejection is a part of being a human and socializing with others. i get rejected and i also do the rejecting. that's life. yeah, it hurts, might get a bit down and depressed about it depending on the state of mind that i'm in BUT it's nothing that's gonna kill me or is gonna stop me from living my life and doing my thing. if a guy doesn't want to date me because i'm black then cool. there's way too many men out there to be upset over one guy's rejection. i'll live. people have the right to reject someone else for whatever reason. makes no sense to tell them to like someone that they're not attracted to or not interested in.


    Oh, hentail is isn't going to like that post.
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    Dec 19, 2013 10:09 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidI suppose that Harrison Bergeron would be required to date only obese women older than 70. Seems fair.

    Cool!
    I made a Harrison Bergeron reference a few months ago. I really think the discontents of the group should watch this movie and see the sad results of leveling the playing field.
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    Dec 19, 2013 10:11 PM GMT
    thebearerofbadnews said
    meninlove said
    thebearerofbadnews saidi gotta ask you. since you mentioned it, why do you feel that people have to date someone of a certain group, has a certain characteristic or whatever in order to prove something to someone else? icon_neutral.gif do you have a hidden agenda behind the question that you're asking?

    let's be real here. people are people. everybody is going to be attracted to whoever and whatever for whatever reason. not everyone is going to be interested in dating you. you're not going to be interested in dating everyone out there. sometimes, i think that the reason why some guys pose the same question though in a different manner is because they want to date a certain group BUT can't for whatever reason or they want everyone to like them. the more they keep on trying to convince other people to like and accept them, the more they turn people off away from them.

    if a guy that i'm interested in isn't interested in me, that's cool. i can't do anything but respect his decision and keep it moving. i would hope that he would treat me the same way if it were him that were interested in me but me not being interested in him. rejection is a part of being a human and socializing with others. i get rejected and i also do the rejecting. that's life. yeah, it hurts, might get a bit down and depressed about it depending on the state of mind that i'm in BUT it's nothing that's gonna kill me or is gonna stop me from living my life and doing my thing. if a guy doesn't want to date me because i'm black then cool. there's way too many men out there to be upset over one guy's rejection. i'll live. people have the right to reject someone else for whatever reason. makes no sense to tell them to like someone that they're not attracted to or not interested in.


    Oh, hentail is isn't going to like that post.


    who's hentail???


    He's a rather dense person on that other topic about preference etc. We got into quite the argument...er, well he did. I simply repeated myself a dozen or so times, lol.
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 20, 2013 12:31 AM GMT
    thebearerofbadnews saidi gotta ask you. since you mentioned it, why do you feel that people have to date someone of a certain group, has a certain characteristic or whatever in order to prove something to someone else? icon_neutral.gif do you have a hidden agenda behind the question that you're asking?

    let's be real here. people are people. everybody is going to be attracted to whoever and whatever for whatever reason. not everyone is going to be interested in dating you. you're not going to be interested in dating everyone out there. sometimes, i think that the reason why some guys pose the same question though in a different manner is because they want to date a certain group BUT can't for whatever reason or they want everyone to like them. the more they keep on trying to convince other people to like and accept them, the more they turn people off away from them.

    if a guy that i'm interested in isn't interested in me, that's cool. i can't do anything but respect his decision and keep it moving. i would hope that he would treat me the same way if it were him that were interested in me but me not being interested in him. rejection is a part of being a human and socializing with others. i get rejected and i also do the rejecting. that's life. yeah, it hurts, might get a bit down and depressed about it depending on the state of mind that i'm in BUT it's nothing that's gonna kill me or is gonna stop me from living my life and doing my thing. if a guy doesn't want to date me because i'm black then cool. there's way too many men out
    there to be upset over one guy's rejection. i'll live. people have the right to reject someone else for whatever reason. makes no sense to tell them to like someone that they're not attracted to or not interested in.


    I elaborated on John Spotter's post about pygmies on the "Sexual Racism" thread. He said that if ur not willing to date a pygmy than ur all-inclusive stance is moot. This thread facetiously opens up Pandora's Box.....
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    Dec 20, 2013 4:21 AM GMT
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.

    I think that only leaves gingers.
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    Dec 20, 2013 6:43 AM GMT
    JohnSpotter said
    mindgarden saidI suppose that Harrison Bergeron would be required to date only obese women older than 70. Seems fair.

    Cool!
    I made a Harrison Bergeron reference a few months ago. I really think the discontents of the group should watch this movie and see the sad results of leveling the playing field.


    It's a movie now? icon_eek.gif The story was only, like, five pages long...
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 20, 2013 8:22 AM GMT
    eagermuscle said
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.

    I think that only leaves gingers.


    Or his hand icon_wink.gif
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 20, 2013 5:33 PM GMT
    Calling out the racial sexual hierarchy is not about leveling the playing field. I'm guessing only unattractive white men would take it that way, because they fear people would acknowledge that beautiful men of color are hotter than them.
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    Dec 21, 2013 3:38 PM GMT
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.


    lmao
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 21, 2013 3:44 PM GMT
    somersault said
    Trolliosis said
    Tanner saidHow open-minded are u?.....
    I'm not.

    No vanilla. No chocolate. No rice. No maze. No beans. No curry. No falafels.


    I think that only leaves gingers.

    Or his hand icon_wink.gif

    lmao


    Ur friend Bubba the pig is waiting..... icon_smile.gif
  • TannerMasseur

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    Dec 25, 2013 12:17 AM GMT
    HottJoe saidCalling out the racial sexual hierarchy is not about leveling the playing field. I'm guessing only unattractive white men would take it that way, because they fear people would acknowledge that beautiful men of color are hotter than them.


    True
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    Dec 25, 2013 12:58 AM GMT
    mindgarden said
    JohnSpotter said
    mindgarden saidI suppose that Harrison Bergeron would be required to date only obese women older than 70. Seems fair.

    Cool! I made a Harrison Bergeron reference a few months ago. I really think the discontents of the group should watch this movie and see the sad results of leveling the playing field.

    It's a movie now? icon_eek.gif The story was only, like, five pages long...

    Yes.
    Here's cutie pie Sean Astin having the unfair advantage of a high IQ removed from him.
    harrison_bergeron_0.jpg
  • Timbales

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    Dec 25, 2013 1:26 AM GMT
    Maybe instead of listing out all the things you don't want in your dating profile, should consider listing the attributes you are looking for in a more positive manner.

    Ex: "I'm looking for an active guy who enjoys the gym, biking and weightlifting." Instead of "No fatties"
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    Dec 25, 2013 2:00 AM GMT
    That's a good idea, Tim, but I think a better one is for everyone to say what they want. That way you get to know them faster.
    "No fatties" is pretty rude but why would I want a profile to hide the fact that the person is rude?
    Screw political correctness. This is about dating. Show me who you are.
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    Dec 25, 2013 8:01 AM GMT
    People almost never respect the wishes you state on your profile anyway, so from what I have experienced, it's better to just describe yourself.
  • TannerMasseur

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    Feb 04, 2014 2:28 AM GMT
    JohnSpotter saidThat's a good idea, Tim, but I think a better one is for everyone to say what they want. That way you get to know them faster.
    "No fatties" is pretty rude but why would I want a profile to hide the fact that the person is rude?
    Screw political correctness. This is about dating. Show me who you are.


    Ur "no pygmy" post in the "Sexual Racism" thread inspired this thread icon_smile.gif .....