Welcome, Guest
You have to register before you can post on our site.

Username
  

Password
  





Search Forums

(Advanced Search)

Forum Statistics
» Members: 33,648
» Latest member: Erbstank
» Forum threads: 121,736
» Forum posts: 407,965

Full Statistics

Online Users
There are currently 84 online users.
» 7 Member(s) | 73 Guest(s)
Bing, Google, UptimeRobot, Yandex, callisto84, coolhand33, ibrahim, kimilutka, Splinter, Spops53190, whiteisright4bbc

Latest Threads
IR Release Discussion Thr...
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: whiteisright4bbc
10 minutes ago
» Replies: 3,098
» Views: 996,125
Gotta Choose One: Fast an...
Forum: Lounge
Last Post: Vecure
53 minutes ago
» Replies: 9
» Views: 121
What do you want to see i...
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: titoc
1 hour ago
» Replies: 54
» Views: 3,846
UPCOMING IR RELEASES
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: titoc
1 hour ago
» Replies: 5,129
» Views: 3,127,906
Where Are They Now...?
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: AussieMan
1 hour ago
» Replies: 134
» Views: 24,521
Tumblr will ban all adult...
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: cumxplorer
1 hour ago
» Replies: 13
» Views: 917
How has "Blacked.com" inf...
Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion
Last Post: AussieMan
2 hours ago
» Replies: 19
» Views: 1,485
Smash or Pass "All Might"...
Forum: Lounge
Last Post: AussieMan
3 hours ago
» Replies: 17
» Views: 306
DC Television & DC Cinema...
Forum: Entertainment
Last Post: AussieMan
3 hours ago
» Replies: 265
» Views: 17,352
Videogames
Forum: Entertainment
Last Post: AussieMan
3 hours ago
» Replies: 321
» Views: 18,759

 
  Neil deGrasse Tyson Sexual Misconduct Claims Being Investigated by Fox
Posted by: bishop45 - 11-30-2018, 11:37 PM - Forum: News - Replies (5)

https://variety.com/2018/tv/news/neil-de...203071093/

Quote:Fox and the producers of the television series “Cosmos” have opened an investigation into multiple sexual misconduct claims against the show’s host, Neil deGrasse Tyson. The move follows a report on the website Patheos in which two women accused Tyson of inappropriate sexual behavior.

“The credo at the heart of ‘Cosmos’ is to follow the evidence wherever it leads,” the producers said in a joint statement. “The producers of ‘Cosmos’ can do no less in this situation.  We are committed to a thorough investigation of this matter and to act accordingly as soon as it is concluded.”

Fox Broadcasting also issued a statement, saying, “We have only just become aware of the recent allegations regarding Neil deGrasse Tyson. We take these matters very seriously and we are reviewing the recent reports.”

In the Patheos article, Dr. Katelyn N. Allers of Bucknell University claimed deGrasse Tyson groped her at an event in 2009. Another woman, Ashley Watson, claimed in the article that she quit her former job as Tyson’s assistant in response to repeated inappropriate sexual advances he made toward her.

Both allegations came to light roughly a year after musician Tchiya Amet claimed that Tyson raped her when they were both graduate students.

Tyson hosted 2014’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” a science anthology in the vein of author Carl Sagan’s 1980 series “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.” A sequel, with Tyson again set to host, is set to premiere next year on Fox and sister cable channel National Geographic. The revival series is produced by Cosmos Studios, Fuzzy Door Productions, and Santa Fe Studios.

Print this item

  The Fitness Model Thread
Posted by: iramaj - 11-29-2018, 07:44 PM - Forum: Lounge - Replies (31)

Didn't see a dedicated thread already.  One thing I love in this world is a nice fit chick. Post up your favorite fitness models. Not those fake liposuction ab, ass implant pose in the gym for IG chicks but chicks that actually put in work.

Chrysti Ane
[Image: 32238262708_e9dd701b4e.jpg]
[Image: 45385611494_6199775e40.jpg]
[Image: 32238261948_2a0f158e0d.jpg]



Heba & Ruba Ali


Ruba Ali
[Image: 45198062555_2b7894ccba_o.gif]
[Image: 45385522314_1e12f282be.jpg]
[Image: 45385522034_72368eea2e.jpg]
[Image: 45198065595_2fd7968377.jpg]

Heba Ali
[Image: 32238163778_9f400a85d7.jpg]
[Image: 32238161238_f732ab5b4c.jpg]
[Image: 32238161508_bc3558d91f.jpg]

Print this item

  What do you want to see in IR in 2019
Posted by: ir-prince - 11-28-2018, 08:24 PM - Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion - Replies (54)

What do you want to see.

Print this item

  College Football Discussion Thread
Posted by: Chessmaster - 11-28-2018, 01:27 AM - Forum: Sports - Replies (9)

(11-27-2018, 11:57 PM)RedRocket Wrote:
(11-27-2018, 11:28 PM)Chessmaster Wrote:
(11-27-2018, 10:13 PM)RedRocket Wrote: Sean Taylor was a bigger, nastier version of Louis Oliver, who threw his body around with a reckless abandon I hadn't seen previously or since then. The guy literally knocked himself unconscious multiple times delivering hits on the ball carrier. Conversely, although both free safeties were Florida homeboys Taylor was actually much better in coverage than Oliver. ST was like an oversized cornerback with a mean streak. I don't know how a player of his caliber would've altered that physical style of play to suit the new delicate rules of the modern NFL but with his athletic talent I am sure he would've adapted. Talking about Taylor's death I am reminded of Jerome Brown, another alumnus of da U that was taken too soon.
Heaven's got a pretty talented squad up there.

Yes!!  Taylor was so gifted he could've played any skilled position.  Those FSU-UM games were so unreal back then.  The talent....

Even though the time has passed, I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact the Gators program was dominant while the Seminoles and Canes fell off the way they did. I miss the glory days of Jimmy Johnson and Bobby Bowden running the show. Still the best state in the nation for farming Pro talent.
Damn right!!  They fell cos UM hired the wrong coach and Bowden got old and lazy.  When he hired his son as OC that was the death knell, and no matter how inept he was Bowden refused to fire him.  FSU had to give the OC a buyout pkg.

Print this item

  Georgie Lyall
Posted by: NiceHot - 11-27-2018, 07:29 PM - Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion - Replies (17)

Georgie Lyall proves -once again- to be an amazing performer.

After the unforgettable scene with Antonio Black in RealWifeStories - A Fuck In The Park
she delivers the best in-car sex I have seen for a while:

Georgie Lyall, Mr Longwood - FakeDrivingSchool

[Image: AZX6WVuD_o.gif]

[Image: K0rbFXbt_o.gif]

[Image: 7ymeWN87_o.gif]

[Image: yPxCnge0_o.gif]

Print this item

  Stephen Hillenburg creator of SpongeBob SquarePants passed way
Posted by: J Mac - 11-27-2018, 04:23 PM - Forum: Entertainment - Replies (4)

First Stan Lee and now the creator of SpongeBob SquarePants died, I love watching this show
http://www.tmz.com/2018/11/27/stephen-hi...eator-als/

Print this item

  Do Black people vote against their best interests?
Posted by: Blackin17 - 11-26-2018, 07:02 PM - Forum: Lounge - Replies (39)

(11-26-2018, 10:25 AM)blkknight1 Wrote: Euro attitudes towards IR are different than those in the US there have been cases of continental dodgers (did IR in Europe but once they came to the US stopped).   IR dating, marriage, and sex has been the norm in Europe far longer than it has been in the US.  Lets face it the racism in the US is what drive the IR market, in the US IR is something that is seen as taboo, something extra and something girls have to work up to in Europe IR is largely viewed as just another scene for many.  Although there seem to be some of the US attitude towards IR in pockets Misha Cross comes to mind.  

While the mainstream Euro studios do seem to not emphasis IR in their production lots of girls seem to do it on their onlyfans, manyvids, and other mediums.

I disagree with your statement that racism drives the IR market. Yes. It's still taboo for some of us, certainly titillating, and as a result, it's extremely appealing to see a sexual union of contrasting races and even cultures (I prefer the white female/black male version), a union which was historically looked down upon when systemic racism did exist (40-50 years ago). I won't deny that race is involved because race IS defined by physical characteristics and we ARE talking about interracial porn, BUT racism is defined as thinking one's race is superior. That is not what's going through my mind at all when I enjoy interracial porn or the beautiful interracial couples I see in real life.  It's not how I interact with people in real life.

My observation is that the taboo is disappearing, especially among younger people. They just don't see the big deal. Rather, I look at it as a celebration of destroying the old taboo's. Personally, I think that young white women are naturally going to be attracted to high masculinity, and a lot of white males are lacking in that quality these days. They are succumbing to the attacks that are being leveled at them in today's world, and they are losing their identity. Today's black male is generally far more worthy of gaining the attention of the hot young white women I see these days. The fact that I, as a white man, enjoy that type of pair up is not based on racism.  And it's not self hate that drives this either. I'm a perfectly confident white male (not a cuck, or one of those white extinction types), just one who thinks that the hottest looking young white girls look amazing with black men. It is erotic. It is titillating. And these days, it's a pretty ideal pair up.  I'll admit that in my fantasies, I do like a bit of race play, but it's never with the belief that my race is superior or inferior.

If you want to talk culturalism, that is a totally different matter.  There are differences between cultures, but really in America the differences between cultures boils down to the things we value, the things we like and the way we act.  We could debate the merits of these, but any claims of superiority are trivial. The only thing that disappoints me about black culture is the way they generally vote.  And I could list several things about black culture that are admirable.

I don't mean to cause a stir, only to express my views on the matter. I really don't believe that systemic racism exists anymore. The only people in my life that I've ever known to be racists where people like my great uncles from 40 years ago. Thing is: They are all dead and they were all Democrats.

We could go back and forth on this, but I'm not sure this is the place for that (I don't comment often here)

Print this item

  gofundme for Honey Gold
Posted by: TDT - 11-26-2018, 04:19 PM - Forum: Interracial Porn Discussion - Replies (23)

Seems she's having a mental breakdown..

https://www.gofundme.com/honey-gold

Print this item

  The Dwight Howard 30 for 30...
Posted by: Coltrane88 - 11-24-2018, 11:39 PM - Forum: Sports - Replies (10)

is going to have a ton of material left on the cutting room floor.  These latest allegations may or may not be included.  

I can conclusively state that the response to this situation is going to make a ton of uninvolved people look bad.  No teachable moment likely here.

Print this item

  I've made a personal decision to stop using the word "faggot"
Posted by: Shotgun Styles - 11-24-2018, 12:57 PM - Forum: Lounge - Replies (29)

I'll toss this in the Lounge at some point, but I wanted you all to see it.

I'm not using the "other" F word anymore.

I've been thinking about this one for awhile. A lot of why I stuck to my guns has to do with my resentment at people who say it's the same as the N word. No. Fag means 100 different things. Nigger, with the "er",  only means 1 thing.

But that's not a good reason to use a word that's so damaging to so many people. And, I'm not gay. I say "nigga" because I'm Black and I can do that. But I'm not gay, and that matters. It's not "my" word, so to speak. 

So. Last night I watched this old move, "The Detective" with Frank Sinatra. For those of you who don't know, "Die Hard" is actually a sequel. "The Detective" is the original. The movie, made and set in 1968, is about a police detective investigating the murder of a gay man. Keep in mind that in those days you couldn't even say the word "gay" on television.  The film really illustrates how difficult life was for homosexuals before their movement. I liken it to Jews in pre-WW2 Europe. Lots of hiding, lots of abuse when discovered.

It's not hard for me to admit that I'm wrong. But evolving forward is much more challenging. As critical thinkers we must be vigilant against the lure of solipsism. Getting so deep into your own ideology that you can't see the world for what it is, or other points of view. This is how Fox News works. They tell people that they never need to revise their view or challenge their prejudices because their views and prejudices are justified. Of  course, they'll tell their viewers, it's not racist to hate Mexican immigrants: they're rapists. It's not racist if it's true, right?

I don't want to be that guy. The dude who says "fuck those people" because it's convenient to what I want or feel at the moment. Do I agree that being gay is more difficult than being Black? Hell no. A white man still has all the privileges that come with that, and doesn't have to tell anyone he's gay. And a white lesbian has basically the same privilege as a hetero white woman. But having said that, having to hide who you are is still oppression and it can't be overlooked. Around the world homosexuals are still brutalized and legislated against in ways that Blacks are not.

I can't change who I am. But I can be the best version of myself that I can.

Print this item