What topics should be in a Vaginarium FAQ?

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  1. -=Likwid=-

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    Serious posts only; this (hopefully) will reduce the amount of repeated posts.

    So far (copy + add to list.. details would help too):

    -Shaving (methods, equipment)
    -Condom (sizes, fit, types)
    -Penis size (size, girth, length, if it matters, statistics)
    -Nice guys finish last
    -Should you stay with your SO?
    -Need help approaching a girl
    -Signs of a pregnant SO
     
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  2. Fearan

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    Basic relationship issues
     
  3. -=Likwid=-

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    need to be a little more detailed than that
     
  4. mkevaldz

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    I think a nice guys finish last type post, relationship basics as in the asshole boyfriend and the girlfriend who won't leave him, red flag warning signs that your boyfriend is an asshole and you need to leave him...warning signs that your girlfriend is a bitch and you need to leave her...stuff like that
     
  5. AngstyWhiteBoy

    AngstyWhiteBoy Desperately seeking purpose

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    Q: Is my girlfriend pregnant? ::insert circumstances here::
    A: It's possible, buy a fucking test.
     
  6. BiffHenderson

    BiffHenderson New Member

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    One that seems to pop up every other day:

    "I like this girl, how do I talk to her?"
    or
    "I need help talking to girls"
     
  7. Fearan

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    Here's a quicky FAQ I did for the vag earlier today. Any idea of what it is missing?

    Relationship FAQ

    Question: I Am currently trying to date a girl/guy or dating a girl/guy. What are some good tips to have the most chance of getting an A+ on my relationship report card? This will be dealt with in a few Q&As.

    Answer: There's a difference between being a "nice guy" who will get thrown out as quick as a used tampon and being a "good boyfriend". For sure, some girls will always go for the evil, biker guy that hits her when her sandwhich uses the wrong kind of ham. If you think you want to go out with a girl like that, RE-EVALUATE YOUR PRIORITIES. There are THOUSANDS of other girls in EVERY state (Hawaii and Alaska excluded) that will date you if you are a good guy.

    The first step to being able to be in a strong relationship is caring about yourself. I'm not talking about being selfish and making her pay for her food. I'm talking about before being able to care for anyone else, you have to learn to care for yourself. Once you learn to care for yourself, get a cat or a dog. I'm not kidding, an animal will actually help you improve your relationship life.

    Q: Ok, so how do I take care of myself?

    A: There are a few basic rules of caring for yourself. I made these up on the spot, but they seemed like a good intro to the topic.

    1. Physically
    If you are overweight, exercise. If you have terrible acne, go see a dermatologist. If you sweat a lot or have BO, see a doctor. This last one is actually a problem one of my army buddies has. He has AWFUL BO and he will never get a gf until he fixes that. He's 24.

    Basically, don't be a bum. Go run 20 minutes a day, get a haircut and shave. Don't think most girls like that? Well maybe that's why you're single! :o Even though it'd be nice if the world didn't revolve around people's physiology, it does. So get with the program. Most girls don't care about little things, but if you show that care about yourself then it's a step in the right direction.

    Fearan's Favorite Product List:
    -Red Zone Antiperspirant
    -Nivea Balm Aftershave
    -Cologne for Special Occasions. You don't need it all the time, it seems like you're trying too hard if you always have cologne on.

    Exercise Tips for my Fellow Computer Geeks:
    You don't need a Clark Kent like six pack to attract chicks but being able to lift a 20 pound box is a good attribute!
    -Do some pushups and situps 4 times a week.
    -Run 20-30 minutes 4 times a weeks.


    2. Emotionally
    Are you feeling emo because your 2 month gf dumped you? Well hey, buddy, wisen up. Life deals a lot of shit-cards to a lot of people. The ones who accept them will live the best lives. MOVE ON AND GO FIND A BETTER GIRL. If you wallow in self pity, NO GIRL WILL WANT TO DATE YOU. It's as simple as that. Girls like guys who have self-respect. Being all shit-faced because some dumbass broad was too stupid to realize the guy you CAN be is actually really cool, IS NOT A GOOD WAY TO ACT. You need CONFIDENCE. You don't need a lot. Enough to respect yourself, your decisions and the decisions of others. If you don't believe in yourself, why the fuck would anyone else?

    3. Psychologically
    You need to be stable. Obviously if you have violent tendencies, ADD or any other really big issue, including but not limited to stress, low self-confidence, etc well GIRLS ARE NOT STUPID AND WILL REALIZE THIS. Bye bye to any chance of dating a "normal" chick.

    Fearan's "How Not to be Obsessed Quick-Guide":
    -Treat every girl equally, with the same respect you give yourself. Not more, not less. Treat everyone like you treat yourself. Then people will treat you right in return.
    -If you get dumped, read the question on how to deal with it in a good manner.
    -If you think you lost the "love-of-your-life" and the best wife-opportunity in the world, well if you are not together anymore, guess what Johnny? She PROBABLY WASN'T MEANT FOR YOU IN THE FIRST PLACE.


    4. Secondary Needs
    Want to hang out with your buddies? Go see a football game? Do it. You need to take care of your secondary needs, otherwise the 3 other sections will not be fulfilled properly. YOU need to BE HAPPY to make OTHERS HAPPY.

    Q: Once I'm taking care of myself, what's the next step?

    A: Learn to take care of others. As stated above, get a pet. They are actually incredible tools to teach you how to take care of things. Things like making your cat happy by petting it will actually make relationship life easier.

    Q: Ok so this "taking care" of thing, what do you mean?

    A: Alright, well taking care of in the pre-relationship stage is explained at http://www.fastseduction.com . Things like how to physically touch a girl properly before being a relationship. From taking lint out of a sexy girl's hair to taking her arm, writing things on it, etc. Also you need to "take care" of your approach. There are different ways all explained on that site. Basically, confidence is key to attract potential mates.

    Q:Alright, so I've been going out with a chick for 5 or 6 times, what do I do now?

    A: First thing is, don't be obsessed. Obsession is scary and breaks the rule of emotionally taking care of yourself, set forth in the first Q&A. Each relationship is different so telling you how to KEEP a girlfriend is something only learned with experience. OMGWTFBBQ I WANT A REAL ANSWER!!! OH NOES!!! Well sorry buddy, no one can tell you how to ride a bike properly. Same thing for how to have a relationship. Experience is the best thing. You might fuck it up, you might not. But consider everything in life a learning experience. If you go out with a girl for 6 years and get dumped for some biker, well then you know you fucked something up. Next time, you'll know how to do it better. Simple as that.

    Use common sense though, and that's one thing people often forget. Don't be a slave to everything she asks. You need to be independent. Take initiative, and again: BE CONFIDENT. Don't be afraid to talk to anyone else, make other girls laugh. If she gets jealous, well that's not a "bad" thing, it shows she doesn't own your balls.

    Q: What is a nice guy and how do I avoid that major pitfall?

    A: Before answering this, let me tell you that I am a "nice guy." I don't act like a jerk towards my SO, and I treat her with every ounce of respect I can muster. Why did I not get dumped? Because I also respect myself, and the others around me. Same thing for all my buddies who are in 1+ year relationships. We were all typical nerdy geeks in high school and would probably fit most "nice guy" stereotypes, yet we all manage to use our wit to be very happy with beautiful, intelligent women and are still with them.

    If you aren't a "good boyfriend" you will either attract the wrong crowd, or will never get a girlfriend, period. The different between "nice guy" and "good boyfriend" stems in the underlying reason for the niceties. The "nice guy" that keeps getting dumped is trying too hard to ALWAYS please a girl, and will not put any limits. He will also think that he's the best thing to happen to a girl. Basically he's a LOSER. Don't be a loser, and you'll be able to follow Rachel's Perfect Guy List without being dumped as a nice guy.

    Q: I just got dumped. OMGWHATTODO?

    A: If you are relationships, you will get dumped. That's like running a car and if you don't put any fuel in the tank, eventually it will stop running. Not every guy can manage to put the right type of fuel in their relationship though, and therefore will get dumped.

    Move on, and don't wallow in self-pity. You'll have a lot more chances for some great, serious relationships, especially if you are less than 35. Enjoy what you had, the memories then move on. You'll have learned a lot and hopefully you'll have seen that there are truely some wonderful women out there, but you just have to find the right one.

    Find a hobby, hang out with your friends, take more hours of work. Take a few extra college credits. Odds are that now that you're single you'll have LOTS of free time on your hands. Fill it or you'll end up breaking the "don't wallow in self pity" rule that is oh-so-important to keeping your self-respect.

    Now, onto some more specific questions.

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    Q: How I approach this girl/guy?

    A: Every approach depends on your personality. There is no straight out "best" answer for this question. Basically, be yourself. Be confident. And try to be handsome/sexy. Bring forward things like your sense of humour early on, and make sure not to be too easy. Everyone loves a challenge, even when they deny it. And important, read http://www.fastseduction.com . Excellent resource on all ways to "hit on" women.

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    Q: How do I know what stage I am at in a relationship?

    A: Depends on the type of girl/guy, but most of the time if you've been on dates together 5-6 times, it's pretty obvious that you want to "go steady." If you're one of those people that need to make it clear, ask the girl/guy politely where they stand. If you want to have a good relationship later on, communication early on is a good first step!

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    Q: Is there any question too stupid to be asked?

    A: Most people say no. But if you're question is something like "Does this girl like me?" with no information in your posts, we can't help you. So when you ask "stupid" questions, make sure to allow us to give good answers to help you. The vag can't answer everything, but it'll give you some ideas.

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    Q: How do I know if I'm in the friend zone?

    A: There's really no way to know for certain where you stand but http://www.intellectualwhores.com/masterladder.html is a good intro to the popular OT belief of the "Friend Zone".

    Q: I need to break up with my SO but don't want to hurt their feelings. What should I do?

    A: There is no "easy" way to break up with someone. It will most likely hurt them. If you've been dating for a while though, try to soften the blow and have some courtesy. How? Well you probably know him/her better than we do, so you figure out the way they would most appreciate it and would be least likely to back fire.

    Some girls like to cry when breaking up, that's fine. If you think your gf will cry and this will make you come back, then use the phone. But usually, the most courteous way to break up is directly in person. Tell them straight up.

    "Hi Jane. I have something to tell you."
    "Yes?"
    "We need to break up. I figure out I have different priorities in mind."
    Then leave. Nothing to it, don't stay much longer. Have some eye contact, but not too much. Use common sense.

    SEX FAQ

    Q: At what point should we start having sex?

    A: This is really difficult to answer. Depends on every person. If you're a virgin, you should take your time. Don't rush into things, try to make it as good as you can. Girls like guys who won't directly go into their pants (assuming you're not going for one nigthers.) Follow a steady progression, it's pretty obvious when you should kiss for the first time, right? Same thing for sex.

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    Q: What hole does my penis go in?
    A: You're not ready for sex yet. Go watch a few pornos to get some ideas then come back here with more specific questions.

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    Q: My girlfriend started vomitting this morning (or a few mornings) after we had sex and the condom broke, is there any chance she's pregnant?

    A: :slap: Go get a preg test and the morning after pill.

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    Q: I'd like to learn how to get some one nighters. Any tips?

    A: http://www.fastseduction.com has all the info you need.

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    Q: What are some good positions to spice things up?

    A: There are so many! Type in "kama sutra" at http://www.google.com and you'll get tons of new positions. But don't be afraid of missionary. Try it with her legs in different positions, etc. Try getting her legs over your shoulders, things like that. Experiment and don't be afraid to talk to your S/O about it.

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    Q: My girlfriend has just started having sex and she says she feels a lot of pain. What should I do?

    A: First off, listen to her! If she's in pain, don't be a selfish guy and just stop for the night. Next time, use a LOT of lube. I mean LOTS. And get her WET. Maybe you don't have enough foreplay. Don't be afraid to have a lot. It's really fun and can be enjoyed by both partners. If you take care of her needs, she'll take care of yours. Furthermore, slow down a bit next time. Take it slowly and try different positions.

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    Q: My girlfirend missed a period. OH NOES!!! WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

    A: MANY MANY things cause this. Sometimes it's stress, sometimes it's due to an egg being fertilized by one of your little men. Get a preg test.

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    Q: My girlfriend is on the patch. Is it still possible for her to get pregnant?*

    A: Yes, it is possible. The only 100% sure fire (no pun intended) way of avoiding pregnancy is abstinence. All other birth control methods (whether natural or contraceptives) all hold a risk of pregnancy. The odds you getting her pregnant are not very high, but the possibility still exists.

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    Q: I found a two year-old box of condoms in my closet. The expiration date is still a year away, but I'm still apprehensive. Are they still usable, or should I throw them out?*

    A: That is dependent on whether or not they were stored properly. If they were not exposed to excessive heat or cold temperatures or otherwise compromised then they are probably okay to use. Even new ones can break or slide off. If you are apprehensive though, go with your gut feeling and spring for a new box of condoms.

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    Q: What is the most effective, non-pharmaceutical contraceptive?*

    A: Abstinence.

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    Q: What is a good resource for more contraceptive/birth control information?

    A: http://www.faqfarm.com/Parenting/Pregnancy/Control

    CONDOM FAQ**
    Q: What are male condoms?

    A: The male condom is a thin sheath usually made of rubber (latex) that is placed on an erect penis before intercourse. It is the only method of contraception that also provides protection from STIs, including HIV.

    Q: How do male condoms work? (mechanism of action)


    A: Condoms serve as a physical barrier, preventing sperm from entering the female reproductive tract. They also serve as a barrier for infectious microorganisms, preventing transmission of STIs/HIV from one sexual partner to another.

    Q: Who can use condoms?
    A:
    * Men and women at risk of STIs/HIV
    * Men and women of any reproductive age and parity who want to use condoms as a regular method of contraception
    * Men and women needing a temporary method (back-up method) while waiting for a regular one
    * Men and women who have intercourse infrequently

    Q: Advantages of Condoms?
    A:
    * Safe
    * Readily available in most places
    * Prevent both pregnancy and STIs/HIV (when used consistently and correctly)
    * Easy to initiate and discontinue
    * Immediate return to fertility
    * Have virtually no side effects (except rare allergy to latex)

    Q: Disadvantages of Condoms?
    A:
    * Not as effective as other methods in typical use
    * Require motivation to use consistently and correctly
    * Require partner's cooperation
    * Require re-supply
    * May interrupt sexual activity or reduce sexual pleasure
    * Require proper storage and re-supply
    This FAQ was written by Fearan. Please ask for permission before copying any of this or doing anything with it. Feel free to add Q&As to it though, there are tons of questions that haven't been thought about.

    Also, if you find a spelling mistake please PM me and I will correct it. Thank You!

    *These questions and answers taken from http://www.answerbag.com/c_view.php/975

    **http://www.fhi.org/en/RH/FAQs/male_condom_faq.htm
     
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  8. Solus Emsu

    Solus Emsu ****** U N R A T E D ! ****** -----THAT'S HOW I RO

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    You should probably add topics concerning:

    -How to deal with breaking up with someone
    -How to deal with long-distance relationships
    -How to deal with online relationships
    -General Birth Control (Included in with condoms)


    I can probably come up with more later
     
  9. Fearan

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    Will do, good ideas!
     
  10. Fearan

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    -How to deal with long-distance relationships
    -How to deal with online relationships

    I have no idea where to start with these, anyone wanna write up something quick?
     
  11. Penny1484

    Penny1484 cute but kind of evil

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    the best positions:yum:
     
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    dont forget techniques!:naughty:
     
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    This is seen every couple weeks:

    Q. Is sleeping with my ex a bad idea?
    A. Yes
     
  14. Penny1484

    Penny1484 cute but kind of evil

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    of course..how could i forget?:uh:
     
  15. The Dave

    The Dave Biodegradeable Member

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    How to muffidve.
    The strange workings of the clittoris.
    What to do if you contract a sti / baby.
     
  16. TheProwler

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    Examples of how the famous "Ladder Theory" is NOT universally applicable. I have female friends that I would have no desire to bed, and my girlfriend of over four years was a good friend of mine long before she was my girlfriend.
     
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    Fearan - you should add some penis FAQs into there - because those get asked all the time. ;)

    I'd say: NORMAL is between 4-7 inches, but most guys are between 5-6.5" Only 50% of erections are completely straight. Some bend up, some bend down, and a few go to either side. A lot of girls say that they like the look of a circumcised penis more, but it's unlikely that you'd ever get turned away just because you were uncut (much more important is how you work it). The tip of an uncut penis (aka, the glans) is more sensitive, but overall, it's not really worth debating who gets more pleasure (cut or uncut).

    Anything else?
     
  18. Solus Emsu

    Solus Emsu ****** U N R A T E D ! ****** -----THAT'S HOW I RO

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    That doesn't make sense. She was your friend, then turned GF? So it's not true?

    How does that work again?
     
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    My current girlfriend and I were good friends for ~10-12 months before I asked her out, which was now over four years ago. Ladder Theory says that you can't go from friend to boyfriend and that guys are only friends with girls they want to bang.
     
  20. Solus Emsu

    Solus Emsu ****** U N R A T E D ! ****** -----THAT'S HOW I RO

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    Gotcha!!! :bigthumb:
     
  21. JohnJohnJohnson

    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    How do you catch herpes, which 25% of the sexually hyper age group has?
     
  22. -=Likwid=-

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    don't stop with the ideas people; it's still being worked on :)

    Fearan, thanks for the info; i'll let you know if any/all is used in the vag. faq
     
  23. Zimmy76

    Zimmy76 I like my beer like I like my violence, domestic

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    I'd say the main things for these types of relationships are trust and communication. I've never had either type so I couldn't say more then that. Maybe try to set aside a time that the two of you can talk on the phone or net, and just be honest with one another.
     
  24. JustaMeThang

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    I have a question, if newcomers are askin questions/brinin up topics which have been thoroughly covered in the past, and can be found when easliy searched for, can you locked/delete those repetitive threads? Those who dont search just continue to ask things already discussed time and time again. leavin the thread open just conditions them to be able to repost galore without havin to search.
     
  25. trust

    trust Guest

    agreed. :rofl:
     

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