also, random itches prevent orgasms. I had a random itch on my leg and I lost the mood when I went to scratch my leg then had to start over again the 32% seems true, because how many women actually think to film their s.o. giving them oral sex to show off to their female friends, but some males probably are more eager to film and distribute the vid to show their male friends or others.
the 120/100 figure makes no sense. In Western cultures, polygamy is illegal, and that means that not being single usually means being one man and one woman. (Gay couples of course exist, but there are the same number of gay men as there are lesbians, so this won't affect the ratios.) In terms of population, there are about 101 women for each 100 men. Hence, there must be, give or take, 121 single women for every 120 single men. That infographic can't be right; which makes me doubt all the others as well.
@P0RCELA1N_D0LL@xanga - I've always heard that complaint from girls, they dont want to be filmed so they can be shown off to the guys friends. While I'm sure some guys would love to show off. I dunno, think you should be better at understanding your guy friend. I would never want my guy friends to see me having sex, getting oral or doing anything sexual with a girl on film. That's just opening up too much stuff. Though having the videos/photos for myself is an entirely different story heh.
A cup thing is interesting. While it's not banned here, I've known some companies who won't hire certain porn girls because they look and seem underage and they felt it crossed the line. Even though the girl may have been 24+.
@pnrj@xanga - I think you are simplifying it too much. They are ratios, not actual numbers. And your premise that gay men and lesbians don't affect the ratio is wrong. They do...every time two women are no longer single because they start dating each other, two single gay men don't instantly get together to even it out.
@pnrj@xanga - I thought about that too. Another explanation though would be that some couples have a complicated 'relationship' where the woman believes that they're not single, even though the man still thinks that they are. Although @Digital_Angel21@xanga - might be right too...which would mean that there are more lesbians than gay men?
@pika_whoosh@xanga - No, not necessarily. It could be implying that there are more single lesbians than single gay men. The other thing is even with his assumptions about gay men and lesbians being equal (and I guess being equal in coupling up), it seems to me he is simplifying the math. I did the math and it would create this equation:
(101y-x)/(100y-x)=1.2 where y=whatever multiplier will restore it to full raw numbers and x being the number of couples. I haven't had calculus in awhile, but my guess is it is solvable. I will wait for someone to confirm or deny that, it just seems too simple.
Ah, and my final point. They probably took a sample, not the entire population. Though that is more an explanation of the stat than me disproving what he said.
Say, Xanga. You need to add a way of allowing members ways of marking their favorite Xanga pages they come across and automatically posting them to a public database where other users can see what they like, furthering traffic for those favored pages.
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