Originally Posted by JLibourel
^Well said! On reflecting on this, a good many women will burst into tears in the course of the act, not merely when they are losing their pucellage. I can recall one woman, a few years my senior, who had been relieved of her maidenhood about 30 years previously, who suddenly started weeping right as we were going at...just from the intensity of the experience. It was certainly very, very consensual.
Many women cry during the act of lovemaking with me as well, mostly from the realization that this is what their lives have come to.
Originally Posted by CDFS
^At least he was there, brah. Your little description of the situation is apparently based on your vast experience with women in general and rape/battery accusers in particular.
Lol CDFS, I'm so sure you wouldn't have been macking on that passed-out-drunk barfing chick! Lol. Yeah right! You would have tried hard to tap that ass just like every other guy here and you would have FAILED because you have NO GAME! LOLOLOLOLOL! I bet you're one of those LOOSERS who doesn't think that a man's interactions with women should be guided entirely by a single-minded quest for pussy (like an Alpha WINNAR!), but instead thinks they should be mediated by a sense of empathy and appropriateness due any member of the human species (Read: Omega VIRGEEN!)
Originally Posted by FLMountainMan
Honestly, I think driving drunk is nowhere near as bad as groping a drunk girl (if her story's true). Seriously, the rates of accidents for driving while texting are just as bad as drunk driving. Is that as driving and texting as heinous a crime as fingering a passed out girl?
As a man who has both driven drunk and groped a drunk girl, I agree with this assessment. As I've mentioned before, I used to drink 100+ oz. beer and drive five miles home twice a week. Many people disagreed with this- perhaps rightfully so- but I never came close to having a traffic accident, and I never felt as if I put anyone's life in danger. The OP only drove 2 minutes, and it doesn't seem as if he was all that drunk.