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Date Posted: 02:34:28 01/30/15 Fri
In reply to: pinned male 's message, "Re: RE: my bullying experiences" on 16:43:12 01/29/15 Thu
>Thank you for your response. I will admit to feeling
>some apprehension at writing this, because I wasn't
>sure how people would react to it. So thank you once
>again for your support.
Forget gender for a second, Pinned; there is no disgrace in being taken-down by someone much larger than yourself. I was bullied in school by a guy 2 years older than me. One summer I grew about 3 inches and put on some weight; I bloodied his nose and mouth, and he never bothered me again.
I know this is a Female Superiority Site but I am totally-anti-bullying in the real world; kids get hurt and they are left with emotional scars that last a lifetime, and all in the name of having fun. In 2015 bullying is a very serious issue. I wonder if those Girls ever wondered what it would be like for them to receive the same treatment at the hands of a bully. Probably not.
You say you have "apprehension" about posting about being bullied. Well I do, too. Its especially difficult when you're/we're in that in-between area, totally unsure if you/I like or dislike a previous experience. Like I said, I lost a marriage because my ex and her sister "wanted to have fun" bossing me around and making life miserable. They thought themselves Female Superiors! Were they? Only as long as I let it happen. I stopped it. They end up having to work for a living, paying bills, and both ended up divorced again. No, my friend Helen was a real Femdom Superior. Take care. Don't be afraid to express yourself.
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