do you just help each other out and just talk about boyfriends,husbans,sex etc.?? no fun?
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Well, this is a sex education site, so yes, most of it is going to be about sharing information (not always about "boyfriends or husbands", though - not everyone has a partner, not everyone here is a girl, and not all the girls are straight ...).
But if you check out a forum like "It's All About You", you'll find plenty of threads that are just there for fun.
We try to keep those really FUN threads down to a minimum though, since afterall, this IS sex education site...and it's payed (or paid?) for by donations from generous users and straight out of the pocket of Miz Scarlet. If you want REALLY fun threads, go do a search on google.com and become a part of a webboard that specializes in that.
[This message has been edited by Daydreamer24 (edited 07-24-2003).]
I'm part of a lot of other groups, too, but knowing how few others care what I feel about old audio equipment or corsets, I don't post about them here. Bringing off-topic sites unexpectedly into threads tends to look kinda like spamming, so any and all personal threads belong in All About You, and Village Peopl.
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