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so confused by mixed signals

why do females show off their assets and join sexual groups
yet insist they want absolutely no conversation, photos, sexting. roleplay???
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it's probably because you're ugly or old. or ugly and old
[@1132659,habibti] or too forward.
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Keepitsimple51-55, F
To engage in public convo. It doesn鈥檛 mean we want to send the words 鈥渕mmmmm鈥 to you or see your dick in PM鈥檚. A woman can be sexual under her own terms. It鈥檚 not an open invitation.,
1490wayb51-55, M
[@11509,Keepitsimple] i consider membership in a group an invitation. yet their profile says otherwise
1490wayb51-55, M
isnt the reason for joining a group to engage with one another??
ReneeT61-69, M
If they really wanted roleplay, sexting and things like that they would say it. Pictures are never an open invitation.
Keepitsimple51-55, F
Ok, I looked at your profile. This place is a meat market to you. That explains why you sound like you do.
1490wayb51-55, M
ive posted a wide variety of topics
you are in a group claiming to like nude men pics i noticed
They're just being selective so don't get too excited
Really80-89, M
I believe for many it's a power play - deliberately emphasizing their sexual attributes so they can berate males who show any interest. "[i]What do you think you're looking at, you pervert[/i]" It's not usually that brazen, but I have seen 2 naked females displaying themselves very ostentatiously on a public boulevard, deliberately drawing a crowd then verbally abusing male observers for looking at them.

It's a 'Gotcha' gambit. Eric Berne described the game in the 1960s and gave it the name Rapo.

@habibti Is this the reverse sexism you say is so much fun?

Of course millions of cleavage-flashing young women are not playing the game, at least consciously - just mindlessly following what has become the fashion for their gender and age group.

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