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Kara__El

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I gave an unlikely match a chance

I actually realized the same thing, when I was dating. Most women I followed, when I had social media, had very average looking husbands. The few with gorgeous husbands were vapid and shallow women from high school, who still went barhopping in their late twenties.

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Lets talk about romance novels

Check the downloadable titles. A lot of times libraries have to pull older titles for new ones, but have them available digitally. Try Kristen Ashley. She writes great alpha males.

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Lets talk about romance novels

I actually love your comparison of porn to social media. Dead on. My husband and I don't watch porn or engage in social media for exactly these reasons.

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Are the brains of males and females different?

I agree. If there is a difference, they'll choose the gendered item. No need for marketing. If there isn't a difference, they'll choose what they like. A toy is a toy.

Edit: I do think the male and female brains differ. I just think it has little bearing on children's toy selections.

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I gave an unlikely match a chance

My husband and I had the most organic conversation on our second date, about appropriate timelines for engagement and marriage and kids. It was actually less threatening because it was so obviously hypothetical. Context is important and if you don't think it was too much, you're the one with the most information to judge.

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I gave an unlikely match a chance

Men are terrible at selecting pictures of themselves. I always tried to choose someone I thought I could be attracted to, as opposed to someone immediately gorgeous. People are always surprised when I tell them there wasn't a spark when I met my husband. Well, of course not, this isn't a Disney movie. He looked like his picture and hadn't lied about his height. There was...[More]

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