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Question:

I've noticed that a lot of women in this part of the country - andI'm certain elsewhere, too - have really bad haircuts and hairstyles (i.e.teased or feathered hair, mullets, bangs, etc.). Most seem to be over 35years of age. This strikes me as a paradox, considering the numerous women'smagazines available in which every other article seems to be about hairstyles.My question is this: When they go to their stylist, do they ask for thathairstyle? What compels them to go for gaudy and tacky styles as opposedto straight, natural, shoulder-length hair? Better yet, do they know thatit looks terrible?

POSTED 10/8/2002

Christian, Boston, MA, United States, 28, Male, White/Caucasian, Consultant,Over 4 Years of College, Upper middle class, Mesg ID 108200211120

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Question:

What are the pros and cons of being a lawyer?

POSTED 9/10/2002

Ashley J., Kinston, AL, United States, <platinum_princess53@hotmail.com>,17, Female, Agnostic, White/Caucasian, Straight, Student, Less than HighSchool Diploma, Middle class, Mesg ID 4242002125549


Responses:
Pro: Money.

Pro: Information. As an 'insider' in the system, you have access to informationthat mere mortals do not.

Pro: Status. People treat you with respect (but see the Cons below) -and many will actually fear you.

Pro: Power - actual power to make changes in society. It's addictive andcorrupting sometimes.

Con: People tend to think that since you are a lawyer, you must know allabout X (never mind that your area of knowledge is restricted to Y).

Con: Some people are afraid of you - this can be good, but also not sogood. My in-laws are migrant farmworkers. Every time I walk into a room theconversation stops. I'm just a guy, but sometimes I get treated like I'msome kind of freak.

Con: Alienation. This can be true of doctors, accountants, software engineersor other kinds of specialized professions. Your spouse, family and friendscan't relate to or often understand what you do or why you are tired or irritable.It may all seem like smoke and mirrors to them. Beware of talking shop withother lawyers when civilians are around - it drives them crazy.

Con: Hard work. Being a lawyer involves a great deal of boring, studiouswork on a daily basis. The hours can be very, very long.

Con: Confrontationalism. Sometimes it is hard to leave the brutal cross-examinationmethod at work. Trying it out on your wife, kids and/or pets is not a goodidea. You will find that you hold people to precise definitions, and saythings like 'but what evidence do you have that I ate the last twinkie, eh?'The divorce rate for lawyers is very high.

Con: Stress. Yelling at people and getting yelled at, not to mention beingrelied upon by desperate people whose lives or livelihoods are going to bedirectly effected by your performance, can give you heartburn, heart attacks,baldness, alcoholism, etc.

Con: People hate you for no other reason than the fact that you are alawyer. If you win a case, at least one person hates you. If you lost, atleast two people hate you.

Con: Forced socialization. Being diplomatic all the time is a real painin the butt. Most days I want to come home and crawl under a rock for a fewhours. You will experience periodic loss of faith in humanity (another sideeffect of knowing people's ugly little secrets).

Con: Not all lawyers make decent money. In fact, considering all the troubleyou have to go to, starting salaries are really bad.

POSTED 10/8/2002

Hugo, Tallahassee, FL, United States, 35, Male, Agnostic, White/Caucasian,Straight, Lawyer, Over 4 Years of College, Upper middle class, Mesg ID 108200214859

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Question:

Why do so many people, especially women, need to get their opinionsfrom celebrities? I can't count the number of times that my co-workers cometo work saying Oprah said this on her show or Julia said that or Rosie saidsomething else. Can't women form their own opinions?
POSTED 10/6/2002
Kathy, Springfield, IL, United States, 49, Female, White/Caucasian, Medical,Over 4 Years of College, Upper middle class, Mesg ID 104200241817


Responses:
I think women are capable of forming their own opinions. Saying thatyou heard something on Oprah doesn't mean you agree with what was presentedor even the way it was presented. It means that that's where you heard it.You could say 'I saw it in the newspapers' or 'I saw it on 60 Minutes' orthat it was on Donahue. It doesn't mean we are worshipping, and it doesn'tmean we agree with the source.

POSTED 10/7/2002

Bella, Washington, DC, United States, 30, Female, Christian, Afro-Caribbean,Straight, Administrative Assistant, Technical School, Middle class, MesgID 107200213504

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Question:

I've always been your basic straight woman, although I've had sexualfantasies about other women. Not emotional, just sexual. Earlier this yearI had my first sexual and emotional encounter with a woman. I was fallingin love with her. She left me last week to return to her ex. I would liketo go back to dating men, but right now I'm consumed with all things lesbian.I think of lesbianism more than I think of heterosexuality, but I think I'mobsessed with this. Why do I find myself searching for another woman to replacethe one I had? Can someone like me go back to heterosexuality and live theway I did before my lesbian relationship?
POSTED 10/6/2002
Lynn H., Louisville, KY, United States, 33, Female, Mesg ID 1062002122251


Responses:
It sounds to me like you're bisexual and are curious about the yourlesbian side because you are just now discovering it. Why not try to lookfor a good person to replace the one who left you, instead of thinking thatit must be a man or woman? It seems to me that you are able to connect emotionallyand physically with either gender, so why limit yourself?

POSTED 10/8/2002

Sherman, Richmond, CA, United States, <sjack916@aol.com>, 35, Male,Christian, Black/African American, Straight, contractor, Technical School,Lower middle class, Mesg ID 1082002104218

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Question:
Do blacks feel physical pleasure differently than whites? In sex, food,warmth and other physical pleasures and desires, it appears black peopleare somehow hungrier for the pleasure than white people. How can this be?Neurotransmitter differences? Serotonin uptake?
POSTED 3/14/2002
T.C., Philadelphia, PA, United States, Mesg ID 314200295857


Responses:
The differences in the way blacks and whites experience pleasure ismost likely an inherent evolutionary difference in the races. The black racedeveloped in the more tropical regions of the Sub-Saharan desert, while Europeanraces developed in the harsher regions of Europe. Blacks had plenty of landresources, food and sexual partners and plenty of time to partake in theseindulgences, while the white race spent its time struggling for survival.The white race had to learn to be civilized to suppress their immediate desireto eat in order to have enough food saved in the winter, while blacks couldeat all they wanted anytime they wanted. What it comes down to is that nowthat blacks are living in white civilizations, like the United States wascreated to be, they are being required to work for their pleasures. Theyhave to work to get money for food, and they aren't allowed (in theory, anyway)to force themselves on multiple sex partners. Blacks are resistant to thewhite 'delayed gratification system,' and their strong hunger for pleasuremay well be a sign of an innate desire to return to the more base and barbaristiclifestyle of the African jungles. It is most likely a sign of the inappropriatnessof blacks living in a white society. If you want more information and straightfacts about the evolution of the races, I suggest reading My Awakening by David Duke.
POSTED 3/18/2002
Beth, Dallas, TX, United States, Female, White/Caucasian, Straight, CollegeStudent, 2 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 318200293038

It's amazing you believe the racist rhetoric written by a former grandwizard. It's amazing how white people always generalize about other races.Keep thinking the way you do and racism will never die. Oops, I forgot, youcan't see that because of the burning cross you just put on my lawn.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Melissa, Philadelphia, PA, United States, Female, Black/African American,4 Years of College, Upper middle class, Mesg ID 326200292124


Have you ever been to Africa? Sub-Saharan Africa has some of the mostinhospitable, harshest environments known to man. You think a European winteris harsh, what do you think an African summer is like? Does Ethiopia meananything to you? Drought, monsoon seasons, searing sun and heat, pestilence,venomous snakes, scorpions and other wild creatures, poor soil in lots ofplaces, etc. And this 'lack of harsh environment' supposedly fostered anevolutionary difference in the way blacks and whites feel and experiencepleasure and pain? I could counter that apparently whites feel pain verywell and that that explains the European obsession with torturing people. Or perhaps Europeans are more likely to enjoy S&M, bondage etc. or havesexual fetishes because it goes back to their history of struggling throughharsh European winters - so they enjoy tying up their resources and theycan't really enjoy it any other way.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Gregory H, New York, NY, United States, 24, Male, Christian, Black/AfricanAmerican, Straight, law student, Over 4 Years of College, Mesg ID 331200232450


It's racists like yourself and your pitiful ex-Klan, ex-human loser DavidDuke that poison places like Y? Forum and stop intelligent exchanges of ideasfrom happening. Tell David his hatred will never win here at Y? Forum oranywhere else.
POSTED 10/4/2002
A.J., New Orleans, LA, United States, 29, Male, White/Caucasian, teacher,Over 4 Years of College, Upper class, Mesg ID 412002103248


How and when were you raised? Have you ever met a black person? Your responseis dated and based on hate, not facts. There is no difference in the waysblacks or whites experience pleasure. Any perceived differences come fromthe way the media stereotypes blacks and from the opportunities availableto them. If you were not able to afford the Mercedes you wanted, you'd makedo with the Civic, right? However, I do not agree when other people blamethe 'white man' for their problems. There are good, bad, ignorant, intelligent,poor, rich, etc. of every race and culture. There are also sexual deviants of every culture. In fact, most are white, and for an example, look at theCatholic Church these days. I suggest you read the book 'The Mismeasure ofMan,' take a few history and culture classes and enter the 21st Century.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Gina, New York, NY, United States, Female, Black/African American, Straight,College Student, Mesg ID 41200281851


You say blacks are living in the 'white' civilization? If you paid attentionin grade school, you would have learned that Africa is the cradle of civilization.Africans gave the world music, arts and science. The Europeans raided thecitadels of learning in Luxor, Egypt, and claimed the knowledge as theirs.For goodness sakes, open a book and read the African origins of 'pythagorean'stheorem' and fractals. Anyway, I don't have the time or patience for ignorant morons like yourself.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Kay, Boston, MA, United States, 26, Female, Black/African American, Over4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 59200262419


David Duke. . . Are you kidding? You must be. You cannot seriously beproviding David Duke, ex-Klansman, as a reliable source for scientific evidenceregarding race.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Tubbs, Silver Spring, MD, United States, 28, Male, Agnostic, Black/AfricanAmerican, Straight, policy analyst, Over 4 Years of College, Upper middleclass, Mesg ID 5232002102107


That is without a doubt the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard, andwhat makes you or a known former Klansmen like David Duke qualified to commenton the way blacks feel pleasure? The theory that Africans had plenty of foodand sex is false, and doesn't take into account the many famines during whichblacks had to ration, just like Europeans did. As far as struggling to survive,there is no harsher climate than in Africa. Africans were civilized longbefore Europeans were, so how can you say it's blacks who want a return toa barbaric lifestyle? If you want to learn about black people, why wouldn'tyou suggest they read a book written by someone who was black and might knowwhat he was talking about, instead of someone who clearly hates black peopleand is a racist?
POSTED 10/4/2002
Sherman, Richmond, CA, United States, <sjack916@aol.com>, 34, Male,Christian, Black/African American, Straight, Contractor, Technical School,Middle class, Mesg ID 319200293711


Please develop your critical thinking skills and broaden your coursesand reading. The information you just laid out is neither scientificallynor historically accurate. It bears no resemblance to reality. If you'rea college student, you owe it to yourself to read beyond authors such asDavid Duke. I know you don't want to remain in a state of ignorance.
POSTED 10/4/2002
Gwen, Pittsburgh, PA, United States, 53, Female, Black/African American,Over 4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 323200284458


Beth, white people went to every country in the world, especially Africa,for the resources, land, food, women and everything else. Barbarians? Whiteshave destroyed and raped many civilizatons. If you were so civilized, howcome you needed slaves? And why did whites go to every country and kill thepeople and rape the women?
POSTED 10/4/2002
Ptah, Brooklyn, NY, United States, 23, Black/African American, Straight,2 Years of College, Lower class, Mesg ID 9302002112522


Ptah, you sound as ignorant as Beth. Africans also raped and pillagedin the past and still do to this day. Africans enslaved humans in the pastand still do to this day. Who do you think provided Africans for the Americanslave trade? I think you should check into the past of your ancestors beforeyou preach to us about ours. We had no monopoly on barbarism. At least Europeanswere able to evolve past some of that behavior. I don't know about Africans. Watch the news.
POSTED 10/6/2002
William, Columbia, SC, United States, 39, Male, Methodist, White/Caucasian,Straight, Sales, 4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 105200264449

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Question:

To black people: since Negro and Colored are usually offensive now,how do you feel about the names of organizations like The National Associationfor the Advancement of Colored People or The United Negro College Fund? Doyou think they should replace 'Negro' and/or 'Colored'? Or is it OK becausethey are black organizations?
POSTED 10/6/2002
Ridley S., Chambersburg, PA, United States, 22, Male, Agnostic, White/Caucasian,Mesg ID 1052002124511


Responses:
Collectively speaking, weunderstand that the terms are used in an historical context. When these entitieswere founded, 'Colored' and 'Negro' were the terms of that era to describeblack people. It's not offensive to me at all.

POSTED 10/7/2002

Lynn, Louisville, KY, UnitedStates, 35, Female, Mesg ID 1072002102529


It's not OK, but as black peoplewe have been able to look beyond the names of these organizations and focuson the good they have and will do in the future. And with all the good theydo, there is a sacrifice that we must live with the name. I must say I amnot ashamed of the history of my people, or the NAACP or UNCF. Understandthat that is what they called black people back then. It was even what wecalled ourselves. So we will keep the names and remember from whence we came.I didn't know that white people were so concerned as to what black peoplecall our organizations, although I do appreciate your concern.

POSTED 10/7/2002

Aaron, Palo Alto, CA, UnitedStates, 31, Male, Christian, Black/African American, Straight, Customer ServiceRep, 2 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 107200212711

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Question:

What nations, tribes or other groups of people prefer women with hairylegs?
POSTED 10/6/2002
Piotrek, Lublin, na, Poland, <abdonn@wp.pl>, Mesg ID 105200251716

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Question:

In the past several years, there has been more and more of a trendto hang all kinds of 'accessories' on economy cars like Honda Civics andother similar models, apparently with an eye to making them look like theycan go fast. I'm talking about the low-profile tires, lowering kits, hang-glider-sizedfins and fake performance badges you see on so many small foreign cars now.The modifications, especially the wheels - look like they are worth as muchas the rest of the car. Is this a culture in and of itself? I see peopleof all races driving these things. Maybe I am wrong to differentiate them from regular low-riders, but it seems like a different sort of motif. Havingjust watched (and laughed my butt off) at The Fast and the Furious, I justwanted to post this question.

POSTED 3/7/2002

John, San Antonio, TX, United States, 31, Male, Agnostic, White/Caucasian,Straight, Editor, 4 Years of College, Lower middle class, Mesg ID 36200254623


Responses:
It seems that the big push toward modified imports is that it can bedone cheaply, and the same effect can be acheived in the same manner as onewould with a souped-up 1966 Ford Mustang. Think about it: imports typicallyget better gas mileage than the old V8's of yesteryear. Parts are widelyavailable for imports at a cheap price. Imports are easy to modify. As forvalue down the road, I think the 'modified import' trend is simply that:a trend. Look at the movie The Fast And The Furious. It takes a look at apsuedo-sub culture that is growing. It's fun for the 16 - 30 age bracket;personally, I'd rather have the '66 Mustang.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Max, Nashville, TN, United States, 26, Male, Straight, Middle class, MesgID 592002120030


I see a lot of this in the San Francisco Bay Area. I thought it was anAsian fad, as 99 percent of the time the driver is a young Asian male. Also,I noticed most of the time an oversized muffler. I believe that is a wayto compensate for an inferiority complex.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Rick, Piedmont, CA, United States, 40, Male, Catholic, Straight, Over4 Years of College, Upper middle class, Mesg ID 610200244854


These cars are commonly referred to as 'Rice Rockets,' which is somewhatof a racist dig at their (Japanese) imported origin, but it is in the lexiconof American Automobile Culture nonetheless. Basically, because they are economycars, they are often a teenager's first car, and therefore it's all theyhave to work with. I wouldn't call these cars 'fast' or 'powerful,' althoughI may grant them 'spry' or 'zippy.' Keep in mind that unless the thing hasnitrous oxide tanks, any 5.0 Mustang completely stock will waste one anyday.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Dan, Los Angeles, CA, United States, 23, Male, Pentecostal, Chicano, FutureSocial Scientist, 4 Years of College, Lower middle class, Mesg ID 621200235433


This is pretty much its own subculture - or possibly several differentsubcultures that look similar. You've got one group that may have a few performancemodifications and a lot of cosmetic work. This seems to me like it's mostlya fashion statement, kind of like the lowriders. In my opinion, The Fastand the Furious was meant to pander to this crowd. The movie had enough technicalgoofs that I sometimes laughed uncontrollably at scenes that were meant tobe serious. Then you've got the serious racers who would do things like switchengines, put turbochargers on non-turbocharged cars, etc. Their cars mayor may not have cosmetic enhancements - the wheels and tires are common,but not necessarily wings or loud graphics. They sometimes mingle with thefashion statement crowd, but some don't get along with those people verywell. The various import subcultures have sometimes cross-pollinated withthe lowrider crowd. The results could be something like a Sentra with tinywire wheels, diamond velor upholstery and a huge wing and exhaust tip. There'seven a group of various import and domestic owners that's kind of leadinga backlash against the tackier of the fashion scene. These people have putup a fair number of websites like ricecop.com (where, acting as fashion police,they issue prank tickets to people for excessive exhaust tip diameter andthe like) or riceboypage.com.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Matt C., Oxford, GA, United States, 24, Male, White/Caucasian, Engineer,4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 1052002112311


With the demise of the muscle car, there is little that guys can do toactually modify the engines. The cosmetic changes you mention may be worthmore than the car itself, but they are modifications that can be done piecemealso as not to overwhelm the budget all at once.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Rick, Springfield, OH, United States, Male, Atheist, White/Caucasian,Straight, Over 4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 39200265707


Those small modified import cars are actually as fast as they look. Oncethe engine is modified, they can outperform many of those muscle cars outthere. The thing is, it's harder and takes more time and is more fun, andmore challenging to modify these cars than to buy one that's already fast.As far as the so-called fake badges are concerned, those are mostly sponsorswho will give you free or discounted parts for letting them display theirlogo on your car. Sometimes people who own custom shops will also put theirlogo on their own car to advertise their shop.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Sherman, Richmond, CA, United States, 34, Male, Christian, Black/AfricanAmerican, Straight, contractor, Technical School, Middle class, Mesg ID 3112002113821

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Question:

What are the men who keep grabbing their crotches while rapping tryingto say? And why are their pants almost falling off and their clothing toobig in general? What does this all mean?

POSTED 10/4/2002

Jean, North Palm Beach, FL, United States, 69, Female, Unitarian, White/Caucasian,Straight, retired non-profit director, 2 Years of College, Upper middle class,Mesg ID 101200292740


Responses:
The rappers today are imitating what they've seen on rap videos and supplyingthe images that make them money . Since 70-plus percent of this music ispurchased by suburban white youths, perhaps these are the images that bestmotivate them to buy this music. Historically, many of the original rap groupshad their origins in poverty and crime-ridden inner-city neighborhoods. There,the gang-bangers, self-professed tough guys, and anyone not wanting to standout from the crowd wear large, over-sized clothes to facilitate the concealmentof contraband and guns or just to fit in. The prison culture inspired thepants that always seem to be falling down. Grabbing one's crotch or jewelsis a symbol of power. Alternatively, comedian Richard Pryor on one of hisalbums answered the grabbing the crotch question by saying something similarto; 'Y'all took everything else. We are just checking to see if they arestill there.'

POSTED 10/6/2002

Herb, Atlanta, GA, United States, Male, Mesg ID 105200293031

I agree with Herb that thebaggy pants look comes from prison, where the inmates are not given beltsand their pants tend to hang down. On the issue of grabbing crotches, I believethat it is a learned behavior dating back to slavery. When whites would lyncha black man, they would cut off his penis and in most cases keep it in apickle jar as a keepsake or shove it in the lynched man's mouth after hewas dead. Black men came to understand that the only thing they had thatthe white man wanted was between their legs. So they held onto their crotchesin fear that they might be taken away. That fear changed to pride, and ourpride caused fear in some white men, and now you have all of the sexual mythsof today about black men vs. white men. I won't mention any, but you knowwhat they are.

POSTED 10/7/2002

Aaron, Palo Alto, CA, UnitedStates, 31, Male, Christian, Black/African American, Straight, Customer ServiceRep, 2 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 107200222925

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Question:

I have found over the years that when I go to the cinema on a dateor with female friends, I often have to explain the plot of movies. Do womenfind it more difficult to follow movie storylines? Have other men had thisproblem, or am I just picking dumb gals?

POSTED 10/3/2002

David, London, NA, United Kingdom, 32, Male, Christian, African Caribbean,Straight, Electrician, Technical School, Mesg ID 103200253026


Responses:
You're picking odiously dumb gals.

POSTED 10/4/2002

T., Munich, NA, Germany, Female, Over 4 Years of College, Mesg ID 104200243638



I'm a woman and write movies for a living. Possibly you're picking yourdates based upon attributes other than their IQs.

POSTED 10/4/2002

Emma, Los Angeles, CA, , Female, Mesg ID 104200281232



I don't think that has anything to do with gender. I have to explain movieplots to my husband. He says if a movie doesn't contain car accidents orstuff blowing up, he doesn't get it.

POSTED 10/4/2002

Annie, Lawrenceville, GA, United States, 51, Female, Christian, White/Caucasian,copy editor, Over 4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 104200295008

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Question:

Why do some men think it's cool to brag about how much they can eat?I know guys who act like bottomless pits in a restaurant, yet they have noclue why their wives refuse to cook for them. What's up with this behavior?

POSTED 10/3/2002

Alma J., Kempner, TX, United States, 49, Female, Methodist, White/Caucasian,Lesbian, government employee, 4 Years of College, Lower middle class, MesgID 1032002111026


Responses:
There are a lot of guys who will brag about just about anything they cando if it's something other men don't quite seem to measure up to. So whetherit's how fast their car is, how much they can bench press or how many slicesof pizza they can eat, some men will brag about it. Showing off is a prettycommon male urge.

POSTED 10/6/2002

Matt C., Oxford, GA, United States, 24, Male, White/Caucasian, Engineer,4 Years of College, Middle class, Mesg ID 106200224757

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Question:

Why do many all-night Rave attendees suck on pacifiers?

POSTED 9/29/2002

Demi, Elk Grove, CA, United States, 42, Female, 4 Years of College,Middle class, Mesg ID 9272002103915


Responses:
I too wondered this, and have since discovered that at many raves, drugsare rampant. One of the most popular is a drug called Ecstasy (or E, or X).It causes people to 'grind,' i.e. grind their teeth, which sometimes canmake them bite their tongues, or do damage to their mouths. The easiest wayto avoid this is to suck on something. Sometimes you see people with lollipops,or gum, but many use pacifiers, and it has since become a trend - so thatmany people not on drugs now suck on the pacifiers.

POSTED 10/4/2002

Sarah, St. John's, NA, Canada, Female, Mesg ID 104200293921



Most ravers suck on pacifiers because they are high on Ecstacy, which makesyou grind your teeth and lock your jaws up. I don't want to generalize abouteveryone, because some people just do it for the look.

POSTED 10/6/2002

A. Bailey, Bridgeport, CT, United States, 23, Female, Baptist, Black/AfricanAmerican, Straight, High School Diploma, Lower middle class, Mesg ID 104200254729

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