Mr.Teddy wrote:1. i'm pretty sure they would be shocked by some things we are so easy to talk about now, especially with the desensitation caused by the internet.
2. (a good thing, in my oppinion. It makes you more open for things, also you dont get shocked as quickly as some without the delicious influence of internets, a example would be those typical soccer moms you see on the news, utterly shocked and outraged at things that arent a big deal at all, or people shouting racism at the slightest of things.)
1. Some people would, some people wouldn't. It's all the matter of ignorance and borders they have made. It's not completely their fault though.
2. Yes, a good thing, but also a bad thing. I'll go from myself..Whenever I go out, spend a few hours at school or meet someone I ALWAYS pay attention to the way a person behaves, not the aura of person, but the self-control over unmoral words, phrases and acts. After a few years of observing I've noticed that not so many girls behave like they used to before. It's also a drastic change.
Swearing (yes, I do swear, but not all the time), those so loud laughs, cockly postures, half-naked bodies, LOUD tone..I'm just waiting for that fabulous "'Cause I'm a free bitch, baby!" shout.
Yes, we should be all equal blah blah.. But, heavens, girl! Behave yourself! It's not like I'm here to ask you 'bout yer bordel where you be workin'.
Look at facebook. Enough said.
It's okay to be open for all "taboo" subjects, it's ok to do it on the internet, but for the love of sky (there's no god) - it shouldn't be done in real-life. It's disgusting.
Also, what has happened with the I'll-wait-for-his-move technique? I've noticed many girls don't even bother to stop and think about their next moves towards a guy.
Maybe I'm completely wrong, correct me if I am.