I don't understand this at all, but then I haven't kept up with Touhou since the one where it introduced aliens or whatever. Some of the new characters are cute I guess.
>You're right; the sex ratios look small but add up to a lot of extra men in absolute terms. Most who live in countries with more balanced ratios, or even female-majority ratios—like the United States—haven't a clue that other places could be different, or how.
True, there are places where the local ratio is skewed. In fact I mentioned China but now that I think about it, there was an article posted on the old board (I think one of the lost threads, since I couldn't find it) about a factory town in China where the ratio was like 3 or 4 women to a man, so "temporary" man-sharing was a thing. In fact I've heard there are multiple such places in China, because it turns out that you can squeeze a bunch of women into much tighter shared quarters than men before they start getting violent unacceptably often. (Not that I blame them - I'd get testy if I had to hot-bunk all the time too.)
>Might dressing up as a lamia involve one's legs being kept in bondage, by chance? If there's a future that involves using powered snek exoskeletons to temporarily paper over our world's unforgivable lack of lamias, I want in.
Given my lack of experience, and based on what few guides I can find to cosplaying a lamia, it seems like leg bondage isn't desirable because it's too restrictive. I mean, if you want to watch me risk rugburn writhing across the floor on my chest and face just for a taste of your man's cock, I can understand that, but I think it'd come off more wormlike than snakelike. It would lack a certain... uprightness.
Tangentially, I'm reminded of the woman who lost both legs and got herself a functioning mermaid tail prosthetic (#2 here https://www.livescience.com/38585-body-beautiful-the-5-strangest-prosthetic-limbs.html)
Pretty cool IMHO. No word on lamia cyborgs yet though.
>This talk of transplanar mathematics tickled something, had me dig through my story seeds. One consisting of a few thousand words is anchored on the idea that the act of thinking through certain mathematical operations in certain ways is capable of unseen effects ranging from inconsequential vibrations in curled-up realities to finding your friend's corpse in her shower, apparently having grown horns and a tail since the last time you saw her. (It's all cuckqueaning-adjacent, I swear.)
Well, if it is or becomes something worth showing to others, I'm sure some of us would read it!
>Commonly fantasized by men who know very little about dog anatomy outside of select shott porn clips and hentai paired with them having minimal understanding of how vaginas and gspots work. I've been accused of being a dogfucker for explaining this before. Hell, men are statistically over 3 times as likely to be animal fuckers and generally tend to be paraphiles way more often. Fucking hipocrits. Plenty of them probably want it to be true and jack off to the idea.
My understanding is that men who are zoophiles don't necessarily reject human women, while the incel "dogpill" idea is that women who can't find a man up to their standards would rather have a dog which at least features slavish loyalty and trainability. I don't endorse this belief either way, but my point is that I don't think it's directly comparable.
>I was hoping to nab that shit to repost like pic rel
Honestly anon, why are you even posting this here, let alone in two different threads? Someone using "boypussy" (AKA man ass) to attract a man is just male homosexuality. It doesn't belong here.
I honestly wasn't sure the board needed a rule that prohibited posts like the deleted one, which I can confirm was hilarious and queany, but if this is the kind of thing it attracts then perhaps our board owner was wise to make that rule.