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  1. She's fine. Just not responding to calls/texts at the moment.
  2. Is she still on BP? There's a Lynn there, but don't know if it's the same one.
  3. "Sex workers will be raped and murdered under Bill C-36, and their rapists will get away with it because the workers will be more afraid than ever to report." http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read/two-weeks-after-newfoundlands-alleged-gang-rapes-still-no-investigation-heres-why-932?utm_source=vicefbca
  4. Yeah, I had a different experience with this one. Again, PM me for deets.
  5. I've seen JJ before, but had an unusual experience the last time. PM for deets.
  6. Actually, I'm from Winnipeg and live here now. My profile was created while I was working in Ottawa. But if that's really your reaction, I'd say your self-esteem needs just as much of a boost as your johnson.
  7. Good to know. BTW: she likes to shower in general or with her clients? If the former, that's wonderful, lol. If the latter, even better!
  8. You won't know until you get a blood test done. If you'd rather not find out, by all means, don't. That bit of info is for people who care about their health, not those who would rather live in denial.
  9. Has anyone seen her recently? She's back on BP, or at least I assume it's the same person. Pics look really good.
  10. That has to be one of the silliest comments I've read on here in ages. You obviously have no idea how CVD works or how many Canadians are affected by it. If you don't care about your own health, that's all fine and well, but don't confuse your old age for medical wisdom. Incidentally, stress and lack of sleep also contribute to CVD. Additional Comments: Erectile dysfunction: The leading indicator of heart disease in men http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2011/08/17/erectile-dysfunction-the-leading-indicator-of-heart-disease-in-men/
  11. Erectile dysfunction is one of the first signs of cardiovascular disease: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/erectile-dysfunction/in-depth/erectile-dysfunction/art-20045141 If blood isn't flowing properly to your johnson, it's probably not flowing properly elsewhere in your body. Eating food that clogs your arteries will eventually take a toll on your ability to raise the flag, so to speak. Diet and lifestyle changes can reverse erectile dysfunction just as effectively as pharmaceutical products with documented side effects. Ask your doctor about the *cause* of your ED. Ask about risk factors for atherosclerosis and get a blood test done.
  12. Below, the opinion of Dr. Hunter Hansfield, an accomplished physician at the University of Washington's School of Medicine. He's probably done more research on STD's than anyone else on the planet: "1) Oral sex carries substantially lower risk for STDs than vaginal or anal sex. There is risk for several but not all STDs are transmissible by oral sex. Chlamydia is not, and HSV-2 is rare. HSV-1, gonorrhea, and syphilis are possible for either the oral or penile partner; and nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) for the penile partner. HPV can be transmitted from genitals to mouth, but rarely causes symptoms or any health problem in the oral cavity. HIV transmission by oral sex probably occurs, very rarely. 2) Most people don't bother with condoms for oral sex, and experts don't emphasize them, since the overall risks are low. However, if you want maximum STD protection in sex with other men, condoms make sense for oral as well as anal sex. You're right about the incurable STDs, but except for HIV they rarely cause important health problems, so not really much cause for worry. 3) Search the HIV forum for innumerable discussions about HIV and oral sex. The bottom line is that if the penile partner is infected, the risk for the oral partner has been estimated at 1 in 10,000; in the opposite direction, about 1 in 20,000. Those odds are equivalent to having oral sex with infected partners once daily for 27 years and 55 years, respectively, before you might expect to catch HIV. 4) The symptoms of STDs transmitted by oral sex include blisters/sores of the mouth, throat, or penis; and discharge of pus or mucus from the penis." http://www.medhelp.org/posts/STDs/Oral-Sex-Risk/show/1453697
  13. Agreed. Compare the Winnipeg page to the Montreal page. There's nothing going on there. There doesn't need to be. There are stunningly beautiful SPs all over MTL. Not quite the same story in Winnipeg. We need CERB here more than they do in MTL, because we have to do our research and find those rare, exceptional ladies who are actually worth the money.
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