wait... women hate sex? since when?
You probably speak much more articulately, but if spoken quickly Norfolk sounds like No-Fuck. Hence the celebration of virginity.
... an actorist? really?
What about gay marriage? Two people who love and are committed to each other who aren't allowed to marry in some contries.
Maybe consider that gay couples are constantly on the defensive because typically the looks which are given are in disapproval of the lifestyle not the PDA.
Just because you are bi doesn't mean you have the liberty to use these hurtful terms, you can still offend. Also if you are saying them as a queer person you make it okay for others to, calling everything disagreeable "gay" or casually calling your friend a "fag" is degrading you and other homosexuals.
More like: "No gay man could ever brilliantly portray a womanizer!" Neil Patrick Harris "challenge accepted".
Of course sex feels good, the orgasm is the satisfaction.
How is it reasonable to expect others to shave their body simply because you can't handle a stray from your perfectly "normal" "good-looking" female?
What if somebody's treasured pet of many years who was well loved and cared for suddenly passes away and they wish to visit a taxidermist? I'm not agreeing one way or the other - just curious as to your thoughts.
Depends on the profession...
They underplayed many characters in the Harry Potter movies that were significant in the books...
it's a learned skill...