People Share Their Honest Thoughts On Pornography
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Let's talk about a fun but uncomfortable topic...

Pornography has been around for generations.

Now it's everywhere and free.

There is a lot to unpack here.

But feel no shame.

Redditor TinyLampBandit wanted to have a sassy chat... about adult entertainment. They asked:

"What are your thoughts on porn?"
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Adults Divulge The Comfort Items They Still Sleep With Today
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Marshall from Paw Patrol makes the greatest knee pillow I have ever had.

Yes, I stole him from a baby.

No, I don't regret it.

The baby has tons of other toys and I have a connective tissue disorder so my skeleton is janky, at best.

Paw Patrol to the rescue!

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Some parents have issues letting go of their kids. It’s hard to see them as adults. But adults is what they will become, and you have to hope for the best. You can’t control your child forever. Case in point… Redditor dir92throwaway wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came to […] More
People Explain Which Meals They Hated As A Kid But Love As An Adult
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I love food but I am no foodie. Food is here to sustain survival or to fill your feelings because you're unloved, I jest. I clearly have a complicated affair with the munchies. Who doesn't? And all of that drama begins at birth.

Think of it... before we can express ourselves properly we're being force-fed food we may loathe. So when we're kids, meals can be traumatizing. Some ingredients just do not mesh with your body chemicals. And that's ok. So parents stop force-feeding the gross.

Now as we age our palette refines and grows. So some of the food we hated we can learn to love or appreciate. But it takes time.

Redditor u/y_kama wanted to chat about the menu, so they asked:

What did you dislike to eat as a child, but now do you adore?
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People Explain How Their Parents Failed Them While They Were Growing Up
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Parenting is hard. That is a basic, simple truth--and it is not meant for everybody. I truly will never understand why people don't have to prove themselves capable of being parents before they decide to bring a new life into this world. You have to have a license to drive, buy a gun... fish! Why is there not a parenting permit?

Everything you do affects your children. And then children become adults who carry your actions that turn to scars. The job of a parent is riddled with failures. So that is a truth you have to ready yourself for and then make a plan to do better.

Thank God for therapists.

Redditor u/umbralia wanted to discuss the gritty details and the imperfections of childhood, by asking:

What are the things you feel your parents failed at when raising you?
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