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First, DoIsRight offers a very detailed unsafe sex point system.

I do a point system, like I am counting cards. I assign points to every risk factor. the higher the points the higher the risk. No particular order:

1) Where she lives/ Where she hangs out/ Where you are banging – If she lives in vermont, frequents chelsea, and you are banging her in long island. Vermont has only like 450 cases of hiv, while chelsea is infected by bi men, and if she is willing to go to long island with you to bang she probably has been banged previously by a guido. She has a higher chance of being infected. 3 points.
2) Casual questions about drug use. Alcohol frequency, weed, Coc, K, Meth. For coc, k, and meth girls are willing to get fucked in the ass to get high = Infected. Any sign of intravenous drugs – DO NOT BANG. 10 points for coc, k, meth. Alcohol to black out 5 points. Alcohol to loosen up 2 points. Weed a lot 1 point.
3) Race – not being racist but it is a huge factor facts wise when it comes to STDs. 1 point.
4) Economic status – poor people dont go to the Doctor. Lets hope a democrat gets elected so we have less STDs. 2 point.
5) Age – the younger the better. obviously. post 35 – 3 points – post 28 – 2 points – post 22 – 1 point. pre 22 – 0 points.
6) If she doesnt ask you to put on a condom, doesnt bring up condoms, just straight to insert. 4 points.
7) How many times you have to play just the tip and she does the hip squirm before inserting. No squirming 2 points. Medium 1 point. A lot of squirming 0 points.
8) While you are banging if you can stick your thumb in her ass without much effort, that is a bad sign. 2 point.
9) If she voluntarily tells you to cum inside of me [sic]. 7 points.
10) If you ask where should I cum, and she says inside of me. 5 points
11) If you ask, can I come inside of you and she says yes.3 points. If she says hell no. 0 points.
12) If she she asks you to put it in her ass. 15 points – almost like being gay

Second, Nomadz is insulted by people who whine about getting dumped.

The problem is we live in a society where pain, any kind of pain or suffering, is considered un-natural, and to be avoided at all cost. No one actually accepts anymore that pain, being hurt, suffering, are normal components of a human life and cannot always be avoided. Because a girl (or guy) gets hurt once, she or he takes shelter in a “i don’t want to suffer so i’d better never fall in love again” attitude, which is plain ridiculous.

What ? Say again ? You have been dumped ? you’ve had your heart broken ? BIG DEAL ! Get a life. Everybody has. Every human being suffers. Gets rejected. Gets his/her heart broken. THIS IS FUCKING LIFE, and if you can’t accept such a small amount of pain, well, just shoot yourself, or become a Buddhist so you can extinguish your worldly desires. This is not pain. This is nothing. Maybe if you were born in a war-torn african country and had your whole family raped in front of you just before you were enlisted as a child-soldier at the age of 8, well, maybe I’ll feel compassion, and understand that you need to build a defensive armour around your soul and mind so as not to become completely crazy. But don’t fracking tell me you need to be a cold-hearted, cocky bitch for the rest of your life because you prom date actually just wanted to fuck you and you felt disappointed.

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Or if she compliments you saying, “You’re so much nicer than my last boyfriend — who by the way was a careless, Haitian bisexual heroin addict who summered in Zimbabwe.”

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Yeah but what about herpes? They don’t test for that on a standard scan and a condom isn’t always enough. Or is that implied on the point scale?

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A girl who is from the Midwest would be much less likely to have STD’s, according to the stats.

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They’re just comments, but…

On the comment from DoIsRight, it gets _very_ close to that whole homophobic thing. This is not a call for the commenter to establish his/her ‘gay credentials’ – by typing either how many gay/bisexual relationships they’ve been in, or how may ‘gay friends’ they have – it’s just a little mic check. Is the commenter anti-gay? Is this blog anti-gay? Even if it were the case that gay folks were at higher risk of infection – due to practices, etc. – would that justify the language? Apply parallel situations and use race-based language and tell me if it still sounds ok.

The comment by Nomadz is not completely without merit – it’s just more on the asinine side than advisable.

The whole first graph is re-tread from the latest ‘happiness’ books on the shelf.

The last sentence of the post makes sense, but the rest of the second graph is just so over the top as to render the comment effectively meaningless, at best – but more likely, offensive.

The ‘kids are starving in Africa’ line – didn’t someone somewhere take the time to point out why our parents are full of horseshit? I guess not. Perspective is great, but comments about entire families being raped before one’s feelings are to be taken seriously – I’m guessing this part of the comment must have been a joke, because nobody in their right mind would want to be on the record for saying something so self-congratulatory and morally bankrupt.

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^^^

What a tool.

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Well, I won’t even try to argue, since commenting a comment of my own comment, after it has been offered to public vendetta, becomes a little too far-fetched.

Just for the record, I actually DID live in places where these kind of things happen, so please, don’t get all moral on me, I goddamn know what “to be taken seriously” means.

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Maybe if you were born in a war-torn african country and had your whole family raped in front of you just before you were enlisted as a child-soldier at the age of 8, well, maybe I’ll feel compassion, and understand that you need to build a defensive armour around your soul and mind so as not to become completely crazy

Interesting you say that. When I went to Cambodia, the people were ultra friendly, despite having an entire generation destroyed under the Khmer Rouge, one of the most brutal regimes in human history.

People simply get cocky when their own impression of their social status is out of whack with their true status. But it’s also that there are alot of sleazy guys that won’t leave a girl alone unless she’s a bitch.

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I need some more insightful comments like that on my blog =)

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