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Cunnilingus and Fellatio, a dying "specicies"?

According to a statistics done by German # only 51% of all German males are into giving oral sex (# for straight and # for gay/bisexual accumulated) while 56% are into receiving (# ) it. While for females it is even a little lesser, 48% are into receiving it while 45% are into giving it. As it seems, also lesbians are counted in here, but are a minor compared to straight females.

The actual graphs and tables can be found here: So far I can tell that there is no "disgusting" or "unhealthy" thing on giving Cunnilingus (in English, licking # ) simply because I have done it a lot on many different women and so far no tongue or throat # has happened to me. :-p And yes, beside that, there is no "fish shop" down there for me. :-)

I like to ask the whole # about this matter. Is that true with you? Disclaimer: Do not come up with some religious-nonsense or other hatred/disapproving/other nonsense here. I'm asking for a Yes or a No and if so, please more details (being passive/active).

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Any listening group/forum out there?

I wonder if there is any !listening group/forum out there? Because the old one seems to be closed down. Please re-share if you don't know!

Rewrites of framework almost done

Today I have almost finished rewriting my #object-oriented #PHP #framework (not to be confused with yet-another PHP web framework, no) towards #namespace. It took me 77 commits (as I commit not in big chunks anymore) to add namespaces and "import" classes/interfaces + expanding configuration entries with proper namespaces.

My next work will be rewrites in reducing include files in folder "inc", they come from old times where I was "encapsulating" stuff in include files, now I do it with classes and methods.

Still ongoing (or temporary postponed is the rewrite towards a "wrapper" (not following naming convention here!) class around sockets and the bootstrap.

BTW: You can find it here:
And pushed, tomorrow morning, around for an hour there will be no electricity here, they work on the cables outside and our house number is affected. So I shutdown my computer now (which will ruin the uptime again).

$ uptime
23:18:08 up 36 days, 3:21, 4 users, load average: 0.35, 0.55, 0.59
$


Good bye and until tomorrow! :-)
Looks like #gitweb is showing the committer's timestamp and not the author's. Well, that is why all changes has apparently been done on 2017-02-28 (which is not really true). Or maybe a rebase caused this?
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