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    [–] How sensitive are men about going soft during sex? throwawayforbaes 4 points ago in AskMen

    Aww. I told my uber driver that his leather jacket made him look cool enough that he should start picking people on a motorcycle instead of a car. I hope he melted too.

    [–] How sensitive are men about going soft during sex? throwawayforbaes 3 points ago in AskMen

    I am older though. Do middle aged men like to get complimented?

    [–] What does the physique YOU find most attractive look like? throwawayforbaes 1 points ago in AskMen

    I'm just still pleasantly surprised that there is love for thickness out there :)

    [–] What kind of relationship do you have with your mother? throwawayforbaes 3 points ago in AskWomenOver30

    I love her but I feel like I will never live up to her standards. My mom was (is) a civil rights activist that took us from the US to Mexico when the local police wanted her for participating in some riot. (This was the 70s in LA). She raised us by herself while she taught people and worked tirelessly to nurture people's revolutionary ideas. It broke her heart when I got a job in pharma; but mended when I left job security to get a second doctorate in order to teach. She also is a gorgeous woman: tall 5'7 ( a giant in Mexican standards), fit, and tans faster and much better than I do.

    [–] Times your SO was uncontrollably or accidently on display or nude and it turned you on? throwawayforbaes 4 points ago * (lasted edited 4 days ago) in AskRedditAfterDark

    Gurl. I am about to go have breakfast near the Flatiron District just to catch a glimpse of handsome men in suits and their bulges.

    [–] What type of man (what profession) is the worst romantic competition for you? throwawayforbaes 1 points ago in AskMen

    I had sex with two Canadians. Not at the same. (I wish!) Sex was phenomenal so now I have the maple fever.

    [–] Women who read - what motivates you to do so? & when do you read? throwawayforbaes 1 points ago in AskWomen

    My mother raised me to love reading. In fact, I was a toddler on her back as she worked with literacy teams reading adults living in underserved Central American countryside. My love for reading plus my background as an academic positions me to struggle to find time to read everything on my desk. In a day, on average, I read a book's worth of text, often comprised of a combo of academic, leisure, and research (I teach research design for epidemiology students) articles or chapters. I wish I had more time to read non-work stuff like philosophy, classics, stupid daily rags.