Update: WE ARE BACK ONLINE! The Forum has been RESTORED! See announcement here. If there are any problems or issues, please report them in the announcement thread. Note: Unfortunately I was not able to import the posts made after the crash (on Sept 18) into the restored forum. However, I exported all the posts submitted after the crash into a Word file, so you can download it, find your posts and re-post them. Download the posts here. Thanks for your patience and welcome back everyone!
Join John Adams, world renowned Intl Matchmaker, Monday nights 8:30 EST for Live Webcasts!
And check out Five Reasons why you should attend a FREE AFA Seminar! See locations and dates here.
View Active Topics View Your Posts Latest 100 Topics FAQ Topics Mobile Friendly Theme
Discuss news and current events around the world.
Ja, it is my theory that westerners and western countries are all imbalanced by feminism in the last 100 years. Including SA, and it's subconsciously runs through a society on all levels. Even western men don't realize it - but they are naturally out of balance in most regards. Women too.
People out of balance are hypersexualized - because they are imbalanced. Imbalance causes hypersexualization somehow. I'm not sure how.
Misery and happiness are only states of mind.
Check out our Dating Sites and International Romance Tours!
Special Offer! FREE 6 Month Membership on ForeignWomen.com! Sign up here.
Find Your Foreign Sweetheart Now! Try our international Dating Sites and Overseas Romance Tours!
The number of times other people go to the gym, hit McDonalds, go hiking, or anything else which they do among themselves, doesn't influence or bother me one bit. It doesn't interest me either why they go to McDonalds more or less often than I do. I don't measure myself against them. They can do what they want, more now or less now than before.
Even if it were some indicator of distress, it is a personal choice. A person can decide how often they want to do this or that. They are not limited by society as long as it is legal.