quote:Originally posted by virtue:] You're kidding right? You think I'm going to believe that men don't look at those pictures because it excites them? Okay...... As far as being loose..... I don't think men who view photos such as this "think" much of anything...... However.... A woman with a thong on posing for God knows how many male strangers doing a close up of her rear simulating sexual movements or positions would be sending the message of sexual readiness and openness to hundreds (thousands?) of men..... would be considered in even today's time as loose........quote:Originally posted by HonestBrother:quote:Originally posted by virtue:The desirous idea behind these actions is the same......quote:Originally posted by HonestBrother:quote:Originally posted by virtue:
Do any of you who do not like promiscuous women... support the threads of half-naked women in this section?
There's a (HUGE) difference between (anonymously) looking at a picture and (physically) sharing your body with another person.
The idea/emotion behind imagining that you killed someone and actually killing someone can be the same too... But the acts are very different.
In a fantasy, you haven't committed yourself...You simply entertain the possibility... And you can also imagine away (or simply ignore) the harsher aspects of the reality. For example, I can imagine that the woman is not actually sharing herself with the world in her picture but that it is meant for my eyes only. And If I fantasize about Sanaa Lathan, though she is a complete stranger to me, I can imagine she is my wife. Whereas in an actual encounter with her it would probably become evident very quickly that we are complete strangers and have no real intimacy.
Lastly, when we look at the pics, we're not thinking "Oh Geez, here's a loose woman... I'm soooooo excited." but rather "Here's a beautiful woman who is sexually powerful." The idea that she may be "loose" doesn't even come into play... In fact, the idea that she may be loose is arguably in its own distinct category of fantasy.
one does not have to be rigid or religious to see that....
You failed to undertand my point. I was not denying being excited. But, YOU, my dear, are the one looking at the picture making the judgement that the woman is "loose."
Who are you to tell us what goes on or doesn't go on in the mind of a fantasizing man???? Especially when I, a man, am telling you something very specific. Who are you to over-rule my opinion on the matter?
My point was that the idea of the woman being loose plays no part in the enjoyment of the pictures. In fact, the idea may ruin that enjoyment.