How is someone who picks up a stranger at the bar for sex any different than the guy who runs into a bar with his cock out forcing his sexuality on everyone around hoping for a response? The answer is pretty obvious.
I am trying to find an actual friend online who is interested in not masturbating alone; well figuratively at least.. I HAVE to spend 40 hours a week pretty much on my laptop alone; sorry if wanting a mutually agreed upon online fwb makes me a pervert to the same extent as the guys on here that will just send you pictures of their dick. If you notice I don't have a single naked picture... I am NOT one of those perverts, any more than you are a million other derogatory terms I could throw at you without any basis for them.
If you're going to have a condescending response at least make it some what reasonable.
It's illogical on your part to think that using somebody for sex doesn't make you a pervert. Just because you are slightly more discreet about it doesn't mean that your intent isn't the same. You could choose to use your 40 hours a week doing many different things. For example,
- YOUR JOB!
- Taking online college courses
- Researching topics that interest you
- Playing solitaire
- Watching TV or movies
- Writing a novel
- Writing an autobiography
- Learning a multitude of things by watching How Things Work videos
- Reading a book
And the list goes on and on and on. But you don't choose to do things like that. You choose to try to find women to jeopardize their privacy, their reputations and even their careers (whether current or future) by masturbating on cam with you. Not only does that make you a pervert, but it also makes you unethical as you are basically stealing from the company you work for. I highly doubt that camming is in your job description.
This post has been edited by wouchgirl: Wed Aug 24, 2011 07:21 AM