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Turki Houcine
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And teach your boys to say hell no .. and teach your daughters to respect it

Marc De Pooter
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Niets erger dan een vrouw die zich aan de kant gezet voelt!!
m.a.w Teach boys to say no,
teach girls to respect that.
Het mannelijk ras kan hier veel beter mee om…

Alessa Rebellion
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Too late …
It s the time for all women have to be ho’ s … cause men are sooo much attracted from that behavior … and which man … is not … wanting them all!

So they will fuck your daughter also!

Angela Smith Wise
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As the mom of a very respectful sweet almost 9 yr old boy I think the better quote would be “teach children to honor and respect each other in both their words and actions”

Aitor Rey
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Yes, we should promote everywhere spiritual values. Those are not shown in the media and so even the beautiful parents have a big crusade. The media is scared of showing spiritual values, education and natural evolving of populations. On the other hand, religions think that they are the unique owners of goodwill, Masters and wisdom and they try to gather fans and this is not true. Is a very good phrase with a very good purpose, but decorum is found when friendship and team are bigger words everywhere than couple and desire. We should be patient and recognize our real… Read more »

Jude Ashton Berry
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How about teach all of your kids about bodily autonomy AND RESPECT THEIRS? That seems like a huge fucking mystery to all the violent, adult supremacist jerkbags reproducing these days, but it would solve half our problems.

Lisa E. Davis
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And teach your sons (why did they use boys instead of sons??) that a young lady’s inability to respond due to being drugged, drunk, high, sleep or unconscious is also a big, fat NO!!!!

Stefani Varnon
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This shouldn’t just be about sex. I’m glad that my daughter knows how to express what she does and does not want… even if we butt heads more than I would prefer. She will be less at risk of being a victim of bullying.

Jlacke Jelt
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Sometimes teacher got fed up of giving advise…that they end up with like…”Die you unworthy…! Don’t make your parents burden!” 😈
Well, girls agree to disagree about saying “yes” to “no” and ends up their life like…which I’ll say nothing but…”what a lucky bitch eh! 🤓 and for the boys…I don’t think they came out from their mom’s womb! 😎

Scott Labbe
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Teach your daughter also to dress appropriately before she says no, and about respecting her own body and independence, and above all else her value in God. Then you can talk to boys. Spoken from a man who raised two beautiful intelligent God fearing healthy daughters.

Greg Weinstein
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Teach them to figure out what’s right for them, and answer accordingly. An automatic “no” (without thought) because that’s how they’ve been brainwashed is no better than a “yes” out of a sense of obligation or pressure.

Melissa Von Bon
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I feel like this could’ve just as easily said “teach your kids to use the word no, and also teach them to respect it” and more people would spend their time thinking about the actual message not the word choice.

Angela Brant Brassard
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Since my boys were little I have taught them “No means no, it does not mean ask me again”. Initially it was to teach them to not pester me. Little did I know this lesson can translate to so many situations 🙂

Maggie Denney
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I am appalled by some of the posts on here that clearly show a dismal lack of education when it comes to rape. 1. Yes men can be raped too, but it is FAR more likely to happen to women and the vast majority of rapists are male. 85% of women report some form of sexual harassment or assault BEFORE age 17!! 2. How you dress does not mean you brought a rape on yourself. People should be able to dress however they want. That does not give anyone the right to violate them. 3. The rape victim is not… Read more »

Ivana Petra
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Teach everyone, regardless of their gender, to be respectful of one another.

Sheila L Holmes
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How about respect whether your daughters say no -or yes, to be safe and healthy and happy with their decisions; and teach your sons to respect either response, and to be safe and healthy and happy with their decisions as well.

Manoj Tulani
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even boys need to learn to say no so that they dont get misused by girls :-

Laura Bradley
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This goes both ways, though.
Any person, regardless of gender, deserves to have their wishes respected in any given situation and especially in matters of consent.

Katherine McKanna
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I love this so much <3 Only one stipulation- maybe this should apply to not just guys respecting "no" but girls too? I have many male friends who have said "no" and were treated poorly, physically pressured or harmed, and even taunted by the females. It is a shame that people, in general, cannot respect the word "no" and leave the conversation or situation gracefully. I still love the message this conveys though. Saying "no" shouldn't be something to be punished for.

Eliana Brown
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Everyone speaking out against rape is great and all, but so many of the things being said basically make it seem like boys and men are automatically rapists by default. Boys can also be victims of rape. It’s unfair to males who have been sexually assaulted when this subject is mainly only brought up when it concerns females as the victims. If you want to stand up against sexual assault then bring attention to the problem as a whole instead of only focusing on half of it.

Kathy Soutar
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Enable and encourage boys and girls to know their own minds; and stay true to their own values. No judgement. No condemnation. Just personal responsibility.

Ute Anderson
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This does not capture the concept of universal affirmative consent and I do not like the binary undertone. It should be: “teach EVERYONE to obtain a ‘yes'”. talking about boundaries is important but if we only teach girls to say no we will fall short in conveying a comprehensive understanding of consent. it would also perpetuate the idea of women as passive and reactive.

Gideon T. Maxwell
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I read a lot of comments about boys saying no as well. And I get it, it’s true, I just don’t see it as often.

Where I’m from, men are taught to say No, and his word would be final. While women’s words are not respected the same way or even close.

Andi Topp
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…and teach your boys to think about why they shouldn’t say no aswell while girls should respect it! when will womans learn that there are some that do not drool over yah boobs all day long and give a shit on girls waiting for the chance to say no? you are talking about equality? …. than act like that!

Smiley Jay Ziggy
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Fuck this shit! Teach your daughters some fucking respect too, that way they wont grow up using people to get what they want. News flash cunts! Boys are not always the monster and girls are not always the victim.
Get that in your head and you’ll be on your way to learning the real meaning of equality.
Theres some word porn for your feminest ass.