I'm wondering how a set would go over if I had a baby bump in it. I've seen it a few times before.

Mostly I'm wondering if men will sexualize my child and severely piss me off.

I'm sure I'm not alone in saying that sometimes when you guys write stuff about "what you would do to me" it makes...
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jac2128:
I would go for it. A woman with a baby bump is a beautiful thing. It's about someone creating new life and the glow she emits because of that. Sorry about the pervs who make you nauseous.  No one puts pics up here so they can hear what someone wants to do to them. It's about a woman who is confident about her body, her ink or her mods. Women are a beautiful sight to behold. Even more so with amazing ink. All I want to do to a SG is admire her beauty and her art. I have my own SG to do all the other with. 
rising1975:
Doing a baby bump set is a great idea whichever way you want to go with.  Doing one just for yourselves is great and if you decided to make a set for SG then cool.  I with some of the other SG hopefuls and full members have read on several occasions them getting dick pics and I can't understand how this is happening.  You put up on your profile that your in a relationship and many even have pics of themselves and the partner up but it doesn't stop them.  These people should be kicked off the site.  Here, Instagram, Twitter and all the others should kick people off.  Case of here is your money back we don't need your crap here.  My wife wishes that she had got onto a proper photographer and had some pics taken when she was pregnant (Me also cause she looked so cool).  Rant over.  Sorry.

2,600 likes on my set, rise. Gee thanks guys. That's a whole lot of love.

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grifterwc:
Your set is great. 
azerack:
We - like - your  - butt and we cannot lie. No other brother can deny.... (Well, you get the idea... ;-) )
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eztarg3t:
holy shit!
spiderman66:
funday

I just had this revelation about my life and I need to write it down.

I love to watch romcoms and they always make me cry. I think what gets me most is that I feel like no one will ever love me like the way people on tv love each other.

And then I was realizing how afraid I am of being loved. No...
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imporeo:
tv love is pretty fake and either underwhelming or over the top. love is what you make it and while that usually involves vulnerability one could go about it another way. As for me, love is just a word I have no use for.
ox678:
Happy ending?? Or happy beginning?

I wanted to open up this debate on Facebook but I figured I would start here and wait until I find out if I am having a boy or not before I make a big deal out of this.

I personally think it's wrong and don't want to do it.

I talked about this with family and they were very insistent that I...
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rudeboy71:
It's interesting that this sort of mutilation happens to women in some parts of the world but it is only called mutilation by most people when done to women but only mutilation by some when done to men. People that mutilate women in this manner could also make the same arguments about cleanliness. It's not like a pussy can't get dirty either. People just need to learn to wash themselves. And yes that is a parents job to teach them that and every persons job to keep themselves clean.
skyylar:
Don't let people's opinion on sexual preference sway you, this is not something that is about sex. It's about choice. Not that it's a big deal or even close to the same caliber, but my parents chose to pierce my ears at 2 months old. So even if I wanted to, I can never be un-pierced. Yes you will have to make many, many choices on behalf of your child, but there are certain things that go beyond "making a choice for them" and are more about taking the choice away from them. Circumcision is for life, but maybe one day he can choose to do it as an adult. 

I'm having a baby! I got to hear the heart beat yesterday.

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bishops13:
Congratulations!
thenamek:
Congratulations 

So for the past four months I have been massively smitten with a certain 6'6 burley man child. I matched with him on tinder and he's one of the most wonderful caring motivated family oriented driven men I have ever dated. He's positive and caring and a strong leader. He's got completely different tastes in music then I do. He was...
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ox678:
Hello JAMBEREE! Just want to say a quick thank you for allthe stuff you post on SG. I just recently started following you. You have suchbeautiful energy and I am glad you get a chance with SG to share it witheverybody. Being a city slicker, I have always been told to watch out for themcowgirls … they can be wild! A topless fiddle player … I love it! Sounds like you are having fun starting a new relationship.The guessing can be tough, so keep talking. The tough part is wondering if itwill be a romantic or friendship relationship. Time will tell. It sounds likeit will be well worth it despite which direction it goes. I am glad to see youunderstand your self-worth … you are the “whole package” and a great one atthat. When it comes to relationships, I follow this rule, “either it is an all-outYES, everything else means NO”. The last guy you spent a whole year figuringout that he never wanted to be with you, and in the end only said yes to getyou to stop bugging him. But that is OK, lesson learned. We all learn the hardway when it comes to having healthy relationships. As for saying you love him …good. You are being open, you are being honest … the same qualities you arelooking for in a partner. For me, I do not think it is a jinx. But it does initiateconversation; it can initiate change … but make it a change for the better. Ihave always told myself that I am looking for a woman that wants to be with meas much as I want to be with them.  As for jealousy, @chefbethrogers  has a really greatperspective. Being a jealous person myself, I have figured out that it is OK tobe jealous, it comes naturally. But how you act on it, makes all thedifference. What has always worked for me, is talking it out. Talking about itwas always very cathartic. Because, as you know, letting jealousy over take youcan really mess with your marbles.
demonwolf:
I've heard of two main approaches to relationships: 1) fight for what you want and 2) if it is right it will just happen. I, however, say it is a mix of the two. Sometimes you need to fight for it, others you just need to wait and see how things go. From what you described this might be how it works out. Inially cringed at the "L-bomb" but now after a little time says you'll talk about it, sometimes time is just needed to get a person thinking about something That hasn't been thought about yet. And while everyone had a different view on social media, I believe a relationship of substance is about more than being able to tout it on Facebook. In fact, I'd say a Facebook status should be an afterthought because things are going so well it was forgotten about. All that said, good luck @Jamberee_. I hope it all turns out well for you and you can be happy with whatever happens.