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Date Posted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012, 11:56: am
I think you are saying, "A belief girls have is that boys think they don't need as much privacy as girls do. Why do girls think that way?"
If you mean something else, please correct me.
If any person of either sex can solve the puzzle of how the opposite sex thinks, give that person a Nobel prize in psychology! :>)
But this is getting off-topic.
To bring it back on-topic, I will say that we are shaped by our youthful experiences and attitudes. Experiences include not only the physical events (such as getting a tube stuck in your butt and your gut pumped full of water), but also our emotional responses to those events and (very importantly) to the circumstances under which they occurred.
In fact, that is what this forum is, for the most part. People are recalling their early experiences with enemas, although they could just as easily be recalling their early experiences with toys, sports, teachers, food, cars, dating, etc., etc., etc. We are shaped by all of these. If there is emotion involved, our adult personalities are shaped by it!
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