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Journals Recent Entries Best Entries Best Journals Journal List Search Journals. Community Links Members List. Ladies, what's the sjte with The Chive date content. So I was out on a great date with a girl a few days ago. Can't exactly remember how we got there, but at some point we begin to discuss The Chive. For those of you who are unfamiliar, it is a website which is divided up in to multiple sections and is primarily slte be user submitted photos.
Some of those sections are things like "I miss college" or "So you got drunk this weekend" or "Cat pictures" Now don't get me wrong, as a guy I am a big vating of The Chivebut I just have a hard time wrapping my mind around the upside from the girls perspective. Is it a thrill? Is it all for sitee Do you thechive dating site to be treated as an object and have multiple random guys masterbating to you? Share Share this post on Digg Del. Last edited by LoveShack.
Seems a bit of a silly question. What girl wouldn't want multiple daing masterbating to them. Nothing creepy about that. TheChive just seems like a forum to objectify women. However, it seems like the women push yuri dating sim flash enforce this standard as they are submitting photos to the website. Thechive dating site, I'm older and I think submitting pictures like that, especially to the chive, is a cry for attention.
Yes, she enjoys the attention and thrill. How many facebook pictures does she have? If it's more than pictures and friends, you've got an attention whore on your hands. Fondue and thefooloftheyear like this. Originally Posted by mammasita. I'd love to give you some insight but I thought a chive was a little green onion-like thing you put on baked potatoes.
Originally Posted by monicaelise. Well you learn something new every day. Lot's of women thechive dating site sort of get off on the idea of jerking the chains of strangers who can't actually get near them. I wouldn't read too much into it if she's single. If this woman was your gf, and not just a date, it might be problematic, but even then, if she's not handing out contact information who cares?
If she takes care of herself and is attractive, she probably just likes the validation. It doesn't necessarily mean anything bad. Last edited by monicaelise; 14th January at 4: Originally Posted by Fondue. I have to be honest, this is arguably me least favorite quality dahing person's thechive dating site, man or woman. I see it more often with women thechive dating site, and it really saddens me.
I lose a lot respect for otherwise good women whom have to validate themselves in such manner. Be it by posing online, taking glamour shots and siet it for FB to garner the "likes" and horny comments from lonely guys, or anything similar. People must really have self esteem issues if they're going so far to just have somebody approve of their body. Well that's you, but I don't think the Thevhive has to assume any of the things you're assuming.
I don't think it means the girl necessarily has self esteem issues. I think that read may be a needless over-complication of things. Some people just tgechive being recognized for their physical appearance, be it in a sexual way or otherwise. It doesn't necessarily reflect a huge character deficit. I'm not a flashy sort myself, so I don't have any reason to defend the girl in question's motives, but I think it's probably a bit unfair to read as much into things as thecyive are.
There are a bazillion girls on that site thecjive, from what I could tell, it's just a way to show techive your goods, not a hookup site. Some of those girls appear to have worked very hard to create their bodies, why shouldn't they want to show them off? If they were creating great works of art and putting them out there for the public to appreciate would you feel the same way? Would it be better if she were asking for money instead of looking hhechive validation?
Originally Posted by jakelongot. I know my question is in regards to the woman I went on a date with, but in general, do women feel the urge or fight it to put themselves on display? I'm not saying it's right, but many women thecchive objectified today. They become objects of men's desires. I'm wondering that because society supports this objectification, do women play dafing it?
Because you are desired, do you feel the need the play into it?