nesgirl wrote:Well I won't exercise mine that way, but if you want to see how my gender exercises theirs, then be my guest, but don't say I didn't warn you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcOV68Gx1YU
What is your point with that animation, nesgirl? I hear the adult humour and I see the carnage, but there is a lot of fantasy there and none of it is real.
nesgirl wrote:And let me inform you of this. Some females don't want kids, and should they end up pregnant, they will kill their own offspring, which obviously wouldn't have been necessary in the first place if they just stayed asexual.
You are missing the point, nesgirl. Those women don't speak for the majority of sexually active ladies who end up having kids and try to do their best to rear them. The psychotic women you speak of obviously had issues, more to do with psychology than sexuality. If sexuality in itself was the issue, every mother on the planet would be doing the same. Also, don't forget that if not for sex, you would not be here today. If you love life, you have your mum and dad's sexuality to thank for.
In the animal kingdom there are species that can reproduce both sexually and asexually, such as greenflies and other aphids. They do well performing both ways (copulation or natural cloning). Why should we start to discriminate against one another just because some of us feel different? If we were fighting for the abolition of slavery, then obviously it is for the best. But when it comes to sex I really don't see where you are coming from when you say, "if they just stayed asexual..."
Well, they didn't (they weren't to begin with) and they wouldn't because it is not in their nature to do so. Besides, they could also have been sexually active and refrained from having kids. There are methods of contraception out there, y'know! In which case, the initial solution would really lie in informing and educating people.
nesgirl wrote:Cloning may seem controversial, but if by science we perfect it, we can actually eliminate mental and physical disabilities in a person, and we can control the population a bit, but through natural birth, we cannot. Also if we cloned, they wouldn't have to make such a decision and take such a risk.
What you are talking about is not so much cloning as it is about genetic engineering. If you are talking about embryology being perfected, one can also imagine foetal development, during gestation, being medically assisted with the efficacy of correcting genetic errors as detected. (All of this done post-copulation - the sexual act needn't be taken out of the equation.)
nesgirl wrote:There aren't any cures for HIV once you have it. Science has tried for years to find the perfect antidote for that, and they haven't found it, just like with cancer.
Science is in its infancy and if there is one thing that scientists have learnt is that we should never say never. Also, in the battle against cancer, scientists have encountered a lot of religious opposition and political suppression when it comes to research. Certain powers that be have stunted their efforts based on superstitious nonsense or because the stupid fear they are "playing God." A lot more, for instance, could have been done for stem cell research. Now, let me leave you with the following quote by a revolutionary scientist who is the true definition of an anachronism:
"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science."
- Charles Darwin
nesgirl wrote:There are other really fun things in this universe to pleasure yourself with if you take the time to look, like this clip
Nesgirl, what the hell was that. That was one of the silliest animations I have ever seen. Parents who don't have the best approach when they ground their son and laugh at him for it and then the boy being told by a barman that he's not old enough to drink? How is that relevant? Anyway, I'll be more relevant. Of course there are many ways to achieve pleasure besides sex, but that does not mean the latter should be avoided. It's like saying: "Why would you want to skydive when you could ride the rollercoaster at the funfair..."
nesgirl wrote:I am going to say this: most people won't support that I am asexual. In particular religions and a few guys who start acting like idiots in front of me. Some asexual people like me get really tired of getting bothered like that, and just want romance eliminated, because some people either religious or of the opposite gender won't get the hint and leave us alone.
This is actually why there are medications out there which can control your hormone levels so that you don't go crazy. You take them and you rarely have any issues at all.
Are you saying I'm ill because I'm sexual?
The roles can be reversed easily:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjlSiASsUIs
nesgirl wrote:When females take them, it controls their urges greatly, and also controls their hormone levels so rarely do you see them doing this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7VS-zlURFM
Nesgirl, if Katie were real she would be a typical adolescent suffering from "brain pruning," a condition that has been scientifically proven. As youngsters develop, there is a phase when their brains get rid of a lot of old cells in order to give room for new ones. Their noodle literally shrivels like a prune and they suffer the following "side effects": extreme impatience; apathy; confusion; scarcity of thinking; impulsion proneness; elevated egoism; heightened emotions; and mental hyperbole in general.
They become super-stupid before they can take the next step of maturity. This is the real impetus behind their hormonal influx. Sexual maturity only adds to the confusion but it is something they have to go through. It is their nature.
nesgirl wrote:Oh and here is a very funny video of 3 brothers forcing Asexuality on their brother Greg by forcing him to get divorced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgoWblK6by0 Hope you like it.
I would have preferred it if Greg and Emma were allowed to get married and be happy away from those anti-romantic dictators. More to the topic:
Nearly two million people have been displaced within Iraq due to the conflict. Famine and disease are prevalent and a hundred people are estimated to die everyday in Iraq.