Will Senator Chew Lee Giok give a dam! when MCA sex babies open their pussy, Baby Afreen’s short-lived life on earth was cruelly snuffed out

Extramarital affairs not only cause broken hearts, but also end up breaking penises, a new study says.
If you find the idea of one night stands appealing, then this is the perfect read for you. Unaware of the risks of casual rampant sex, you might fall prey to endless risks and sexually transmitted diseases. 

From safe sex to STD screenings and your current partner’s sexual history, today we’re telling you why one night stands are not such a great idea. Here are 5 major risks of one night stands – 5 risks that every adult must be weary of. And do your friends a favour – share this must-read list with them too!

Depression is linked to one night stands.Other than sexually transmitted diseases, alcoholism and depression is also linked to one night stands. Many studies have time and again proved that the shorter the relationships, the higher are the chances of depression. Also, rampant sex tends to put future relations in jeopardy as trust becomes elusive and cheating becomes common.

Stress due to lack of commitments . Since one night stands come with no commitments, they cause one of the two, or both, partners undue stress due to their ‘no strings attached’ nature. Such indulgences need to be treated with caution as they can emotionally weaken you and lead to long term stress arising from an incomplete and non-satisfactory emotional fulfillment.

One night stands without condoms are a bad idea. There is some merit to the idea of carrying a condom with you whether or not you’re accustomed to and expecting a one night stand. Man or woman, carrying condoms is a must if you want to avoid unwanted pregnancies or sexually transmitted diseases.

Alcohol and drugs when combined with one night stands are a lethal combination.Alcohol and drugs destroy and in no way up your sexual experience. Infact, they can influence your decision-making process and allow you to indulge in risky (and unhealthy!) behaviour. Apart from being poor decision influencers, they are also responsible for many lifestyle diseases.

Sex outside marriage, and sex that occurs under out-of-the-norm circumstances, may increase the risk of penile fractures, said study researcher said Dr. Andrew Kramer, an urologist at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

The heightened risk appears to be due to the unconventional situations, and consequently, locations, surrounding sexual acts, the researchers said.

Men in the study who had suffered penis fractures commonly were having sex in unusual settings, including in restrooms or at work, when the injury occurred. The majority were having extramarital affairs.

In such atypical situations, sex may be rushed and involve unusual or awkward sexual positions, Kramer said.

“All these factors could make the man less able to protect his penis from an unexpected sudden downward thrust leading to the fracture,” Kramer said.

Kramer studied 16 cases of penile fractures treated at the University of Maryland Hospital between 2004 and 2011.

Half of the patients were having extramarital affairs, the study found. Most were having sex in unusual places, including bathrooms, cars and elevators, reports LiveScience .

Only three patients were having sex with their own wives in their own bedrooms, Kramer said.

The study has been published online in the journal of Sexual Medicine .

Nicole Wong Siaw Ting, the deputy chief of MCA’s recently-established Beliawanis or women youth wing, said she was “utterly disgusted and disappointed” with PKR’s Gan Pei Nei and Lee Khai Loon for decsribing her division, which contains many pretty faces, as “flower vases”.
Gan is the PKR women’s vice chairman while Lee is the Youth information chief. Nicole was upset by their remarks which she claimed were “insensitive and degrading”.
In particular, Nicole was upset by Lee’s accusation that the young women who attended the MCA Youth’s AGM last weekend was due to monetary or materialistic benefits.
“It is very unbecoming of a youth leader to utter such remarks and make baseless assumptions about the background and motivation of women’s participation in politics,” Nicole said in a statement.
Must women politicians be old and dowdy?
The MCA youth women’s wing had made a dramatic impact at last week’s meeting. Given the recent media circus stirred up by Libyan leader Gaddafi’s cadre of ‘virgin’ women bodyguards, there was indeed tremendous interest especially since the Beliawanis members who attended sported glamorous hairstyles and makeup – as if preparing for a photo-shoot.
But Nicole is having none of that. She said women who choose to take part in politics should be given the support and encouragement, instead of straightaway being tagged as mere decoration. Young women should not be discouraged from taking part in nation building and political process, she added.
The Beliawanis No. 2 expressed disappointment with Gan, who is also the Rawang assemblywoman, for her remarks towards young women. Nicole said Gan should not have made “outright insults on fellow women”, and further accused her of avoiding “taking responsibility following backlash from the public, women in particular”.
“I hereby call on all Malaysian women regardless of race or political affiliation to strongly demand Gan Pei Nei and Lee Khai Loon to sincerely apologize for their degrading and derogatory remarks on women”, said Nicole.
Erika Carlson and her colleagues at Washington University in St. Louis conducted several unusual studies to see whether narcissists have insight into their personality and their reputation.
The researchers initially administered a number of clinical measures of narcissism to college students. Is there a psychology department that hasn’t done that since the 1960s? But then they did something different and decidedly interesting: they looked at how those who scored high on the narcissism scale were seen by others, how they saw themselves and how they believed they were seen by others. They considered numerous variables, running their analyses across social contexts and interviewing new acquaintances as well as friends and family. The studies produced strikingly similar results.
What they found was that narcissists were impressed with themselves and that their personal “puffery” was not hiding a depressed sense of self. They truly thought themselves to be utterly grand!
Those scoring high in narcissism tended to rate themselves as more intelligent, physically attractive, likable and funny than others. They also saw themselves more accurately than anticipated and rated themselves as having higher levels of negative aspects of narcissism, such as being power-oriented, impulsive, arrogant and prone to exaggerate their abilities! The understanding the researchers took away? Narcissists know they’re narcissistic. And they like it.
There was more: Narcissists are not private, and their self-aggrandizement is not in the closet. There was also a strong positive correlation between clinical narcissism and having a reputation for narcissism. Their friends, family, co-workers and acquaintances knew them for who they were and saw them as narcissists.
The sad caveat: The observers (regardless of intimacy level) didn’t seem to perceive the narcissist in the same grand terms that the narcissist did. They may have known them to be grandstanders, but they did not see them as being quite as attractive, personable or fascinating as the narcissists themselves did.
And the wistful irony? The narcissists knew this, too. Who would have imagined?
When the narcissistic students were asked how they thought others perceived them (did their friends think they were as fabulous as they did?) they were uncannily more perceptive in their answers than anyone expected. They knew their reputation, they were more self-aware than anyone had thought they would be, and while they thought they were the best thing since sliced bread, they knew those around them had other ideas.

Baby Afreen’s short-lived life on earth was cruelly snuffed out in Bangalore last week. And the nation mourned the little one’s tragic end. But the only reason we are talking about this horrific tragedy is because Reshma Bano, Baby Afreen’s 19-year-old mother, went public with the ghastly story. She was compelled to speak about the torture her baby had been subjected to at the hands of her father, 26-year-old Umar Farooq, when she rushed Baby Afreen to hospital in a critical condition. Reshma Bano was Umar’s second wife, forced into accepting an unstable, violent drunk as her husband.

According to hospital reports, the infant was subjected to the most inhuman acts of brutality by her father, resulting in severe brain and body injuries, including bites and cigarette burns all over her tiny body. Farooq, who faces murder charges under IPC section 302, is lodged in Parapanna Agrahara Central Jail, where even other, hardened jail inmates have beaten him up, obviously filled with revulsion for this devil of a man who tortured a helpless infant, resulting in her death. No punishment is harsh enough for Farooq. What sort of a human being would assault an innocent newborn? After all, what was Baby Afreen’s ‘crime’? Aha, this is the trick question. And there are no easy answers to it in our wretched society.

Baby Afreen’s sole crime was that she was born female. For that, she was condemned to die by her own flesh and blood- her father. An enraged man who’d desperately wanted his young wife to deliver a baby boy. There can be no bigger injustice in the world than the fate suffered by Baby Afreen. If the case of Baby Afreen’s torture-filled 85 days on earth have sent shock waves through the world, it also has a lot to do with the sad realisation that Baby Afreen was not alone. There are thousands of little girls facing the same fate all over India. Babies whose lives are crushed by the very people who create them – mothers included. The ugly truth is we remain a nation of boy-worshippers. Sickening as that sounds. And we are doomed to stay that way.

Shockingly enough, this boy worship extends across the board, and is not restricted to any class or community. One sees blatant discrimination against the girl child at every level. ‘Girls not welcome’ goes the message. And it cuts through every strata of our complex society. Overt and covert acts of blatant favouritism are practised (and widely accepted) as much in the poshest home as in a jhuggi jhopdi. When will we start putting value on our beautiful daughters? Educating the girl child has spawned countless national initiatives with a few NGOs undertaking worthwhile projects. But unless and until there is a change in our hearts, minds and souls, and we stop looking at daughters as liabilities to be palmed off to someone else, there will be any number of battered Baby Afreens in future.

Had Reshma Bano not rushed her baby to the Vani Vilas Hospital last Thursday, Baby Afreen would have died much earlier, and perhaps, nobody would have known she had ever been born. Indeed, Baby Afreen was a victim even before she arrived in the world. She was rejected by her father the moment she emerged from her mother’s womb. That Baby Afreen survived several attempts to kill her by this man is a miracle in itself. For Umar had pronounced a death sentence the moment he discovered his baby’s gender. Today, he faces one himself. Most would agree it isn’t punishment enough. But that won’t bring back Baby Afreen. Or console her devastated mother.

Is Umar alone responsible for this crime? Surely, not. We stand guilty, along with Umar. Until and unless our obsession for producing a boy-child is recognized for what it is – a sickness- we are doomed. ‘Boy worship’ is a terminal disease. In India, it is an epidemic with no end in sight. We really are doomed. Baby Afreen, RIP.


THIS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER MADAM MINISTER

I get some skinny mature pussy every once in a while.  I never look for it but sometimes pickings are slim so I end up with a skinny one just to get my dick wet.  The funny thing is that I never regret it.  Usually when I end up fucking someone that I didn’t plan on fucking that night I end up thinking it was a waste of time, but mature pussy is never a waste of time and the skinny ones don’t seem to get much dick so they make the most of it when they do.  You never have to take a skinny one into a 69 either, they don’t mind shoving their pussy in your face because they aren’t embarrassed about how it may look down there.  Fat ones on the other hand can sometimes take a little coercing.

 

This skinny old broad I have for you today looks to be a pretty decent piece of ass.  I don’t know that I would fuck her doggy style for fear of having bruises on my pelvis, but I sure as hell would let her ride me like she does in the video.  I would love to feel her skinny pussy sliding on my cock like that.  I also really like her tits, for a thin one she has nice tits and looks to be a hell of a lot of fun.  I can’t help it I am hooked on mature pussy and don’t ever want to get unhooked.

 

PESANAN AKHIR SEBELUM MEMANCUT

It seems that we as a nation are full of contradictions. It sometimes feels as though many of our leaders, their cohorts and organisations are suffering from a weak form of schizophrenia. They appear to be holding two conflicting views simultaneously.


On the one hand we all abhor the abandoning of babies left to die in some drain or dump. At the same time we cane Malay women for illicit sex who actually don’t leave their babies to die. All of this while also offering single Malay mothers financial help. What are we to make of all this?


Bear in mind that on average, there is an illegitimate Malay child being born every half an hour in Malaysia last year. This statistic is according to a Berita Harian report dated March 21, 2010 which said 17,303 Malay children were born out of wedlock in 2009 and given birth certificates.


By that number we would have to cane a Malay woman every half an hour, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Surely that can’t be right.


What we should do is encourage the legitimisation of the child. The punishments should not be so severe as to actually encourage the abandonment of the innocent baby or the concealment of the identity of the father. Perhaps a token fine for the father will do so that he will own up to his responsibility. Scaring him with canings, prison and the like would be counterproductive. The mother and child, of course, deserve our utmost sympathy and support.


What of the 10 or 11 year olds getting married in Malaysia? This is absolutely wrong and no contrary argument, regardless of religious doctrine, is acceptable in the 21st century. We should actually punish the parents if they allow their children to marry so young. It is child abuse, pure and simple.


No child should be allowed to marry below the age of 16 as this is the minimum legal age for consenting sex. Personally, I think the minimum legal age for marriage should be 18.
PESANAN AKHIR SEBELUM MEMANCUT

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