Sex-positive women are kinky and down for anything with anyone, all the time.
Sex-positive women take a strong positive stance on having sex with me, instead of being wishy-washy like my ex-wife.
Sex-positive women are hot. Not all hot women are sex-positive, because I have met some hot women who do not want to have sex with me, but I’m pretty sure all sex-positive women are hot. That’s why Bumble uses the chili pepper emoji to indicate sex-positivity, which is appropriate, because a small red vegetable commonly associated with hotness is definitely adequate to represent the entire spectrum of sex-positivity.
Sex-positive women are open-minded, and by “open-minded,” I mean accepting of me and not saying, “That’s weird, Brian,” like my ex-fiancée.
Sex-positive women are impulsive and adventurous. They don’t say things like, “Could we do a phone chat first?” or “Would you be willing to share a last name before we meet in person?” Looking me up on LinkedIn is not sex-positive.
Sex-positive women are politically liberal, which means generous with sending pics and stuff.
On February 19, 1942, two months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066. It initiated a Department of Defense program that resulted in the rounding up and incarceration of about 122,000 individuals of Japanese descent. They were to be placed in federal “relocation centers” that would popularly become known as “internment camps.” As it happened, they were neither. They were prisons set up to house and so violate the civil and human rights of a despised and racially different group defined as “the enemy.” Although that executive order did not, in fact, mention a specific ethnic or racial group, it was clearly understood that the prisons were not being established for citizens or... Read more
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