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Re: “Pitiless

Ugh! When someone breaks into your house no one asks "why didnt you have a security system?" We expect our houses to be safe and others to stay out until invited. So why do women have to do anything extra to protect their "houses"? A woman's orfices are hers and she can decide whose allowed in and not. Also, like a house guest who was once welcome, but no longer is, you're allowed to kick people out, without havig to keep a gun.

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Posted by kv on 04/01/2013 at 10:14 AM

Re: “Pitiless

When your house is broken into the first question isn't "did you have an alarm system, why didnt you do something". We feel sad for the victims and they weren't even physically violated (mostly). It's the same principal. A woman's orfices are her own to do what she pleases with. A d sometimes, when a guest gets too rowdy or annoying you're allowed to kick them out of your house and body. But people don't get that.

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Posted by kv on 04/01/2013 at 10:09 AM

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