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I find it far more disturbing and telling that, in the numerous comments you've left, you've given many examples of some male sexual fantasies with a strong tone of judgement. There's nothing disturbing about male bonding via group sex. There's nothing wrong with being the willing "poor, unfortunate" woman either.
If you, like many others, are afraid of the power and strength of male sexuality then you're better working on your own weakness rather than passive-aggressively attempting to restrict others' perfectly fine personal fantasies.
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