Originally it just meant a mentally ill person, but it's turned into a kind of byword for those with cluster B tendencies. That generic looking anime girl tr*nnies seem to like is a good example of them. It was also a fashion trend, but that implies romanticizing mental illness, so it's received some justifiable criticism. Something like this>you prefer the girls of your age physically?
I guess so, not that I spend much time around them anyway. I mean my tastes have a pretty wide range, but unlike you they span across genders too. I think this might have something to do with being able to see myself from many different viewpoints
What did you mean by that last part? You mean you were attracted to the idea, not the people themselves? Or what?>Why is that stuff important to you anyway?
It's fun to me. I didn't mean important like I'm going to be distraught whenever a little drama comes up. I mean it's something I enjoy a lot, so I place some importance on it. I do think some of that is because it fills the role of a community. Like it's something I can feel like I'm a part of, no matter how silly that may seem
I don't know how to swim, remember? But yes, I still need to finish my grandpa's books. I read a little from The Jungle Books recently. It's split into more or less self-contained stories, so it's easier to pick up and put down. Have you heard of it?>if they like what a woman would then maybe it makes sense that they would find muscle to be very attractive
Hmm I think it would depend on if they're bi or purely gay. The only men who seem to be into my type are bi for some reason and I think that means they like them for the same reasons they like girls
Well, which have you tried?>>13171606
Sounds like fun! I mostly play by myself to be honest. It doesn't seem like many people are into this kind of game for some reason