Anonymous asked: Hey I Want to know how I was born my dad want tell me im 16!
Simply and truthfully, he has sex with your mother…
Anonymous asked: I'm having HSP, and it's no fun when people call me weak or sesitive, but I don't know how to tell them. How should I do so?
Find some good websites or books about it and read up on your condition, then when people make fun of you, tell them and explain it straight out.
I personally didn’t know what HSP was, so I had to look it up.
After reading up on HSP, I don’t feel like its fair to make fun of someone with something they can’t control.
Anonymous asked: Which is the least painful form of sex?
Both of the above links may help but to answer your question; Masturbation is the least painful because you alone control everything. Oral Sex is probably the least painful as long as no teeth are uses as oral mostly involves licking and light sucking.
Anonymous asked: muh boyfrand iz tha onli tru frand i gotz in tha Ntire world. i getz scaredd becuz he culd leve me at ani timez. do u think thatz healthy?
I think you need to find some more friends around your neighborhood/town/school. but for sake of your question, No I dont think that is healthy. If he really loves/likes you, he wont just up and leave and if you two don’t last, then hopefully ya’ll would still be friends.
Anonymous asked: Is sex painful?
Experiencing pain the first time you have sex is quite common. There are a variety of reasons why this may happen. Your hymen (a thin membrane of tissue that partially blocks the vaginal opening) was still intact[which can be broken other ways besides sex]. Or you are not sufficiently aroused. When you’re turned on, the vaginal canal lengthens and expands (so your man’s penis can fit), and you produce lubrication (to prevent uncomfortable friction from his thrusting). It’s also possible that you are just nervous (after all, it would be your first time), which would cause your vaginal muscles to tighten, making penetration more difficult.
Their are other reasons sex may be painful, but that is the most common. Otherwise, sex can be very enjoyable when you are ready…
Anonymous asked: What's the best way to make asthma not as bad?
Many different things can make asthma worse, or bring on
asthma symptoms. These are different for each person.
Sometimes two or more things work together to bring on
Find out what things make your asthma
worse. Then you can learn how to
avoid these things. Some common things that
bring on asthma symptoms are described below.
Things that bother or irritate the nose, throat,
or airways are called irritants. Common things
like smoke, sprays, odors and air pollution can
make asthma worse.
An allergy is when your
body has a reaction to something you breathe or
eat. Signs of allergies are itchy eyes, a runny nose
and skin rashes. Allergies also can swell up the
airways. This can bring on asthma symptoms.
1. Outdoor Allergies
From tree, grass and weed pollens and mold spores.
2. Indoor Mold (mildew)
Mold that grows on damp surfaces.
3. Warm-blooded Animals
Including dogs, cats, small rodents and birds.
These animals leave behind dander, urine, feces
and saliva that can make allergies worse.
4. House Dust Mites
Insects so tiny that you cannot see them. They are
found in humid climates. Mites live in dust from
mattresses, pillows, carpets, fabric-covered furniture,
bed covers, clothes and soft toys.
Cockroaches are common in big cities and humid
6. Food Allergies
Food allergies are common in children ages 5 and
under. Food allergies usually do not bring on asthma
symptoms, but in rare cases they do. Nuts,
eggs, milk, seafood and peanuts are foods that
people may be allergic to.
Many people have asthma symptoms while
running and playing. They may cough or
wheeze (make a whistling sound in breathing).
They may feel short of breath during or after
exercise. They may tire quickly. This is
called exercise-induced asthma.
People with exercise-induced asthma need to
stay active. Exercise and sports will help them
grow up strong and healthy.
The cold and flu season can be hard for people
with asthma. A cold, flu, or virus can bring on
asthma symptoms. Good hand washing is the best way to stop the
spread of germs.
The sinuses are air pockets inside the head.
Sometimes these air pockets swell up and get
puffy. Then extra mucus gets clogged in them.
This is called sinusitis.
Sinusitis can bring on asthma symptoms, especially
at night. A bad case of sinusitis can lead to
infection. A sinus infection may need to be
treated with medicine called antibiotics.
It is important to keep the sinuses healthy. Good
sinus care means keeping the swelling down and
helping mucus drain out of the sinuses.
Certain types of weather may bother your asthma, such as:
• Rain and damp weather
• Cold winter air
• Hot, dry weather
• Days before and after a big storm
Anonymous asked: Should I get my ears pierced or not? What are the pros and cons?
Getting your ears pieced depends on your parents [if your underage], age, where you are gonna get them pieced and personal preference.
The main pros of getting ones ears pierced is the jewelry aspect. Earrings can make a person’s appearance much more better. There’s something about those pieces of jewelry that can compliment an outfit well, and make you look more appealing. It can also teach a person responsibility, especially a child.
The cons include infection. Some people do get infections from ear piercings due to bad equipment used.