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I don't see a huge issue with it considering there are sub sections of the forum for topics unrelated to sex. For instance "social" section, "gaming" section, etc. I actually enjoy a lot of the non sex related discussions.
Me too. I LOVE that we can talk about anything (well pretty much anything) here. I'm a big people person so I'm happy to see just posts about everyday life. I love the sex stuff, but you can only ask and discuss SO much sex before it becomes the same ol' questions over and over again. If there were only sex-talk, we'd be repeating the exact same things everyday. Most of my talking here is not sex related. That's because all sex talk has been done. I highly doubt there's a thread about ANYTHING sex that has not been created here. Sure I adore those talks so much, but I like everyday talk and advice talk and just daily happenings. It makes it easier to get to know the other contributors and share. I also think it's a really good way to work on our social skills. For instance, I don't have "girl talk" with any of my female friends and most people here are easy going so talking about whatever is on your mind really allows me to see contributors as more than just a screenname. I am usually glad that they want to share some of themselves and put themselves out there.
As for the same darn vague, everyday "what's your fav color" or "what's your fav position?" questions, I am so bored and tired of seeing millions of them everyday. Still, the social section has actually brought me very close to some of the lovely people here. What would I do if we weren't allowed to discuss books, sex and pets here?! I'd go crazy.
I like it. I think it gives personality, uniqueness and variety to the community and to me, being able to relate and form relationships (even if it's just a simple messaging relationship) is kind of important.
Point farming is a different story. That is kind of disgusting. If someone has something to say and puts an effort to go into SOME kind of detail about it, that's great. But "what's your fav color?" is point farming when it's been asked a million times.