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Araya Lioness answered Smiley Crankenhoof's question

I don't know. There's a possibility: I'd be foolish to rule that out. Rape is a very serious accusation but there are plenty of wo/men who have made false claims.

Not to mention the fact that some of those women were very high profile and they waited for decades to say something. It casts a shadow … Read more

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Araya Lioness thanked echooos echooos' answer

Too rich for jail that's a joke, That little snot nosed jerk needs life without parole. But you know what it's just a matter of time and he'll be caught along with his mother, she'll have some time to serve also.

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Araya Lioness thanked Thrice Gotcha's answer

that POS deserves to be in solitary 24 hours a day for 10 years at the very least he has no compassion or remorse for what he has done

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Araya Lioness answered otis otiscambell's question

There have been men who were sentenced for lesser crimes. He should definitely have been imprisoned. It's completely unfair and spits in the face of the justice system and the victims.

Essentially, the richer you are, the more you get away with.

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Araya Lioness answered Anonymous' question

Do you have any friends that know him? A message through them would be easy. You could also go up, introduce yourself, tell him he's cute, and then ask him to hang out sometime.

If you get rejected? It happens and it stings. Fortunately, there are billions more men out there. :D

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Araya Lioness answered

I would assume some sort of cohabitation would come into effect like people do when they're not married: As in lovers living with each other.

Marriage is simply a legal proceeding and a ritual. It's not needed to exclaim someone's love for another, but it's simply something that anyone can do to further that claim … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered Anonymous' question

So he wants you take a more dominant role in the relationship? I have an aversion to...submissive men like that for a wholly biased reason but...

Perhaps he prefers that you make the decisions (where to go, where to eat, how much to spend). He may be interested in stereotypical gender role reversal as well and … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered Neon Black's question

1) Yes there are.

2) I don't believe it's taboo, just that there's a great deal of ignorance around it. Some people are erroneously labeled "asexual" if they have a low sex drive, don't participate in what a biased individual would consider standard sexual acts in a timely manner, or simply if the person has no … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered

Yes. Find out why you're so insecure/jealous in the first place and eradicate it. This will not only help you out in your relationship but in the future.

The issue is not with your boyfriend or the fact that he was cast in a main role. It's you...and unfortunately issues like the one you have has … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered

What's your definition of dating?

For some, it means that the person isn't talking to someone else and neither is the individual. For others, it means an exclusive relationship.

I would say no to the latter but have no idea about the former (since I have no inside knowledge about whether you two are seeing other people). … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered

That's completely up to you. How do you feel about this issue? There are plenty of people who do this and it works for them, but you have to find out for yourself. We can't tell you.

I know it works for T-Pain and his wife (they both bring in outside people that they enjoy together). … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered Anonymous' question

Find a negative aspect about the guy that irritates you and blow it out of proportion so that it consumes his attraction.

Always works for me. For instance, if a guy's good looking, I'm hot for him usually. But as soon as he opens his mouth and is disrespectful/rude/disgusting/repulsive/scummy, he's not interesting at all anymore.

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Araya Lioness answered Anonymous' question

1) You're dealing with a crush which is completely separate from love.

2) Don't compare yourself to his past whims. He may have been with them and yet they didn't cater to his interest. And who knows? He may think that you're equal to them.

What does matter is that you personally do not try and … Read more

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Araya Lioness answered Megan Alves' question

The current answers show clear bias and irrationality. Not all sororities depict such attitudes. I've been in a few.

For some, it's merely about partying, an elitist attitude, and conformity. For others (the ones that I were in), it's more about volunteering, making friendships and lasting bonds, having fun (which included partying), but no snobbish attitudes … Read more