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In Topic: Unpopular Opinions

09 November 2017 - 06:08 AM

For me, I feel like it comes down to what you’re comfortable with seeing and what you’re not. For example, I would get uncomfortable seeing certain people’s bare backs. I would find some of them repulsive. In fact, I often do when at the beach. It’s not because I’ve sexualized backs, I just find some of them extremely unappealing to look at. If you’re not comfortable with seeing bare breasts, regardless of the baby, that’s your own preference and I think that’s totally fair and reasonable.

It’s not about not being comfortable seeing breasts for me. I love tits. Show me all the tits. But pictures of tits with a baby in front of them, where I can see the entire nipple and everything and the baby’ there smiling or sleeping or whatever, that’s different. That, to me, is a more intimate picture. Not a more sexual picture necessarily, but more intimate. When I see these pictures posted by women on social media, I see them like, here’s a picture of my tits because if there’s a baby in the same picture no one can say anything, yaaah freethenipple whee hashtag feminism. It’s not that it makes me uncomfortable, it’s more like I feel like women are taking advantage of their babies to post pictures of their tits because it’s controversial and it makes them feel powerful.

This isn’t a huge thing for me, and I’m totally fine with most of the breastfeeding pictures out there. I’m not offended by people breastfeeding around me and have breastfed in front of other people. But if I had to be fully topless like Jess, I probably wouldn’t go completely bare like that in the waiting room of a doctors office, or at my desk at work, etc. I don’t want my father to see my tits. I don’t want my boss to see my tits. There are a lot of people I don’t want to see my tits. Adding a baby to picture of my tits would not make me ok with the idea of these people seeing them.

I guess when I said “babies attached to the ends of them” I should have said “babies included as an afterthought” or “babies included to make the picture ok”.

Fucksake I need to stop trying to explain myself. It doesn’t matter if you all understand what I’m trying to say I’m just pissed that Kate got so much epeen for disagreeing with something that I feel isn’t even what I’m saying.

In Topic: Unpopular Opinions

08 November 2017 - 07:02 PM

It seems like I'm being misunderstood.  I'm considering posting pictures of women topless so that I will get a warning and you guys will know what I'm talking about.  Naked breasts are not made into something different just because a baby is posed in front of them.

In Topic: Unpopular Opinions

06 November 2017 - 08:33 PM

I can't figure out how to breastfeed with a shirt on tbh I'm not coordinated enough.

I've yet to see a picture of your breasts or you topless (not that I would complain about that)

I don't know, I think that's the point isn't it? A lot of people cringe when they see boobs unless it's in a sexual way. I think the point of people posting photos is to normalize it, desensitize people to it, and desexualize it, because it is a very natural thing. I've personally never posted a photo of myself breastfeeding but I certainly see how it helps the cause.

I can totally see how photos of breastfeeding helps the cause, and I'm all for that. What I'm not for is photos of entire breasts with babies attached to the ends of them. There is a difference in posting a photo of you breastfeeding and posting a photo of your breasts.

I love breasts, I love breastfeeding, I just see a big difference in how things are shown.

Also thought this wasn't about debate aieeee

In Topic: Unpopular Opinions

06 November 2017 - 10:15 AM

Ahh okay that's fair enough, d'you still feel the same way today?


I guess retroactively I could admit that at the time of release it was a great machine, but currently I don't see any use for it because you can play its games on other consoles.  There would have been a brief period of about 5 years that I could understand it being awesome but once the Wii came out with backwards compatibility of both games and controllers it doesn't make any sense to me.


I totally agree that the Wii launch was a bit disappointing, titles-wise.  I played a lot of Wii Sports because I, obviously, didn't have any GameCube games lol


(Another unpopular opinion/confession - I hate playing Zelda games and give up almost immediately but I don't mind watching other people play (I had Twilight Princess at launch but couldn't figure out what to do with Epona and gave up))

In Topic: Unpopular Opinions

04 November 2017 - 05:45 PM

But Super Smash Brothers Melee for the Nintendo Gamecube!


Ok here's another unpopular opinion


I hate SSB

Why d'you think the GameCube is stupid?


Mostly because I loved the N64 and hated that Nintendo was moving toward discs instead of cartridges at the time.  I felt like they were moving away from their core and I thought most of the GameCube games were stupid.  Then the Wii came out and there was no reason to have a GameCube at all.  Yet there are still people that get raging GameCube boners and idgi