spelvin (to Carmen)
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Date Posted: 22:21:08 11/17/21 Wed
"Her Spelvin, after reading her posts of found them somewhat credible."
I was doubtful that a church camp could have a shortage of girls.
I thought children and youth were more prone to regard religion as sissy.
I know that in music camps, the girls tend to outnumber the boys.
"Just a note to you and others here, I dyslexic and may make a few errors when typing, sorry,"
I won't talk down to you for making typos.
I'm on a campaign in an effort to avoid comparing myself with others.
I may be literate, but I have my share of weaknesses.
"Another thing about females on a male majority site is we are fearful of getting labeled as sluts, whores or otherwise naughty people."
I haven't seen that happen here.
Some of us are frustrated because we can't find any CRNM settings.
So we would be delighted to round up some women who would like to look at us.
Most of us are glad to find a woman or girl who likes to look at us but won't make fun of us.
For example, I like to see Louisa's posts about seeing and hugging her boy cousins.
"We don't like to put all our cards on the table when confiding something that makes us look less than ladylike."
I can somewhat understand that.
Spelvin isn't my real name, either.
"As for her protesting about giving you details, she probably felt that you wanted to learn information about her not the facts about the story."
I tried to sound sincere.
Since she inspired me, I have been letting my imagine run wild and have been writing a novel about a camp like hers.
But that's not the same thing.
I wish I could write a book about a CFNM camp that actually existed.
I was hoping she would send me a pile of leaflets, brochures, pamphlets, and news articles.
"You guys go way too fast with us!"
That's because it's been in our evolutionary interests to go fast
and in your evolutionary interests to go slow.
"Or even feared you might learn her real name and where she lives and feared you would visit her."
As I just told She-Ra, I'm an old fossil.
I couldn't hurt a woman even if I wanted to.
"Weirdos like Fact Checker and other trolls on this site frighten me. I have no idea why they frequent a site like this? Is it to find women to stalk, or dig into any and all the information I post to find out where I live."
Here's my theory on Fact Checker:
He probably got sexually abused as a child,
would like to locate his abuser and bash him in the head,
but finds that impossible.
The next best thing to do, then, is to find other people whom he could suspect of being abusers, and bash them instead.
This forum deals with nude children, so we're the closest target he could find.
There are all kinds of motives for participating in this forum.
Some men remember being forced to show themselves, hated it, and wish to vent their wrath.
Other men remember being allowed to show themselves, loved it, and would like to relive those times.
Some women relish the sight of naked men or naked boys.
Would you like to know why I participate on this board?
I was so deprived of nudity that I grew up wondering what it felt like to be naked outdoors.
I would like to turn the clock back and do it right the second time.
I have found other male participants who feel the same way.
In fact, I have found one woman participant who didn't get much chance for immodesty,
so she is hoping for more chances for her daughter.
I like to hear stories about boys showing themselves to girls
because I like to identify with those boys.
I was hoping that I could learn about the boys in Kelsey's camp--
what they thought, how they felt, what they said, and what was said to them.
I was hoping that I could learn about the long-range effects of the camp experience.
Do they have bad dreams about being back at that camp?
Or do they have such fond memories that they wish the same for their own children?
"It's so much different for females. You really have to realize how vulnerable we feel!"
That's another evolutionary difference.
If my response to Keslie, Kelsey, or whatever her name is, caused you some ill feelings,
I hope I have resolved those feelings now.
If I haven't, write again.