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Old 06-04-2008, 03:24 PM
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Cougar Women??? Sign of the Times


I promised I would talk about 'stuff' here, so be it...




Human Sexuality:and the rise of the COUGARS!!!




What is a COUGAR WOMAN?..



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I'll put this in a nice "Politically Correct" way just for you, NOT! Cougars are a by-product of Social- Engineering, you could also say a by-product of the homosexualization and feminization of America.

Meet The Cougars

Older women between 40 and 60 mostly, these vorascious cats seek out there young male prey out in the human jungle world. they're mostly divorced women, some childless, others with older children, also you have a mixed bag of femi-nazi and just old plain- janes in the bunch. All have one thing in common though, and that is a TREMENDOUS SEXUAL APPETITE for young men, mostly between 18 and 40, this is of course all due to the radical 60's were the LOVE FLOWED FREELY, amongst the degenerate hippies. So, now today you have what is termed COUGARS, these cats seek NO COMMITMENT, ONLY SEX and PLAY mostly, probably due to having failed marriages, or bad young relationships. This type of relationship 20 or 30 years ago would be shunned by society at large, but hey, todays degenarate society, anything goes. You see folks, this is what happens when MANHOOD is torn out from the fabric of society by the Social Engineers of our day.


here are some interesting links to gloss over
ABC News: Are More Older Women With Younger Men?
Are More Older Women With Younger Men?
'Cougars' on TV and in Real Life Find Romance Overcomes Age Gaps
May 5, 2005 --
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RSS What do Samantha on "Sex and the City," and Gabrielle on "Desperate Housewives" have in common?

Sex and relationships columnist Valerie Gibson would call them "cougars" -- women who date men more than eight years their junior -- and they're part of a trend that's coming off the screen and out of the bedroom.

Gibson says the term originated in Vancouver, British Columbia, as a put-down for older women who would go to bars and go home with whoever was left at the end of the night.

But now, it's more positive -- describing women usually their in 30s and 40s, who are financially stable and mentally independent and looking for a younger man to have fun with.

Gibson, who is single but has been married five times -- the last time to a man 15 years younger -- describes cougars like herself this way: "She's in control. She's very attractive. And she's very sexy."

The National Association of Retired Persons released a survey in 2003 revealing that one-third of the single women between 40 and 60 are dating younger men. (But they didn't say how much younger.)

Comedienne Fran Drescher, 47, said the trend might be due to increased self-sufficiency among the fairer sex. The former star of "The Nanny" dated a man 16 years her junior for four years and now uses those experiences in her new sitcom "Living with Fran," in which she plays a divorcée with a 20-something boyfriend.

"They no longer have to evaluate a man based off of whether or not they're going to be a good provider and take care of them," she said. That opens up "a much wider pool to choose from," Drescher said.


Competing for the 48-Year-Old
There may also be more cougars today because there are more men that love them.

Self-described cougar hunters, 29-year-old Jeremy Mape, who works in commercial real estate in San Francisco, and 28-year-old Mark Lobosco, who is in software sales there, say they like the confidence and sexual experience of the cougars they know -- and the fact most are not looking for commitment.

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The largest North American cat, top of the food chain with Grizzly Bears, carnivorous solitary hunter, aka Mountain Lion, Puma.
Also describes women in their forties who smoke, drink and go to clubs to pick up young men in their twenties. Cougars are usually divorced, sometimes with cubs, and financially independent.

The most successful cougars are those that married well and got huge divorce settlements. Lesser Cougars were feminists who clawed their way to the top and made their own money. They have charge cards and big bank accounts, often living off second mortgages and money lending. They own cars but use them sparingly because of their concern for the environment.

Species characteristics include a penchant for home decorating, an interest in dogs (the only other species they can live with), an avid consumption of home products such as tinfoil and Cheez Whiz, and a limited interest in technology.

They have a high fat diet but are usually in shape because of sheer genetics and extensive shopping, dinner party planning and traveling. They often wear clothes that they're a bit too old for such as Spandex and high heels. They dye their hair and wear lots of makeup and jewelry.

Cougars-in-training (ie. women in their thirties) are called "pumas". Women in their twenties are "cougar cubs".


Advice Sisters Guide to Happiness: The Beauty (over 40) Cougar!

COUGAR FORUMS
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xoticbrandi
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The web cam is a great tool if used properly, but a lot of times people ask
that because they want to give you the "once over" to see if YOU'RE good
enough or sexy enough for them to even talk to. That's arrogant, indeed.
Because it shouldn't be soleyabout that. Then there's the ones who do
want to unwrap their little packages for you and oooooh, ahhhh baby all
over the place...a total turn off! I have one and I use it when I want to, but
I don't just off the bat go ,here...take a looky and see. Through my cable
carrier, I have protection and distortions that bounce signals through their regulators.
So they know exactly who it is and precisely where they're located down to the
zip code and street. You have to be safe no matter what you do. Even meeting
people at a coffee shop has to be a security run. Seriously, take no chances. I
am a very precautionary person. I have a lot of safeguards in place before I do
anything with anybody. They don't know it, but I do and that's the only way I'd
ever agree to meeting someone, chatting with someone, or definitely cam chatting.

As for pix, I don't have a problem with them although I do understand bad experiences
people have with that aspect of it. I've been in books, mags, vids,fashion shows and
on-line catalogs and all kinds of things. Not that I'm a celeb or anything, but I do make
a (very) few $'s from my image. So I really don't post anything I don't want circulated
all over the world. And if I were a celeb, most of the judgemental ones would be singing
my praises, especially since it seems all you have to do these days is have a (leaked)
sex tape in order to become instantly famous. Look at the prostitute with the Gov...She'll
get her own show, a book deal and a mansion in B Hills...So, no I'm not famous, and my
pix don't make a fool a fool,ok!

Part of the reason I haven't found anyone here is because I get a lot of messages
from the annonymous fellas who say they want to chat. I don't really talk to them.
I tell them I need to see the face and I need to know something about them. That's
when they offer the web cam and I decline. For one thing it isn't an identifier because
it could be anyone else in the world sittin in for a friend. Secondly, it's rude to ask
that before you even have one conversation with anyone. Lastly, without a profile,
it's not a substitute.

If you're smart and you've been on this planet for while and are not new off the show-
room floor, then you know the score. I just think the cam thing is ok, if you know who
the hell you're talking to. But without ever having any dialogue what so ever, or even
having exchanged info for a while, so you can have your computer stamp their informa-
tion, I wouldn't recommend doing it.

XB Tip d'jour: Webcams operate all day if you keep them plugged in whether you are
signed in or not. Think of your telephone. It operates all day even if you don't talk
on it, right? Most have caller I.D., right? Even the ones that hide their identity aren't
hidden from the phone company/law enforcement. So if something as simple as a
telephone can do that, think of what advanced communications are capable of. Cams
even pick up conversations in your home when you are not logged on to anything. THEY EAVES DROP ON YOU ALL DAY IF LEFT PLUGGED IN.

They can also be controlled remotely from ANOTHER PERSON'S I.P. ADDY. So if you
don't want to have a "Peeping Tom", keep your lens pointed up to your ceiling (which
is what I do) and/or unplug it, which is what I do when I'm not using it. That way your privacy is guaranteed and YOU ARE IN CONTROL . This is something
I learned from a friend who is the VP of Internet Protocol and Intelligence in a multi million dollar corporation. He is responsible for all communication and for ever nickle and dime
that flows through those doors. So the dude knows what he's talking about. For what
it's worth, I hope you enjoy your experiences and be safe. Just don't randomly cam...it
could be a scam!

Kiss, Kiss
Xoticbrandi


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