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Why do women not have weird fetishes?

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I'm sure, this being 4chan, we are all familiar with the weird fetishes out there. Inflation, giantesses, feeding, vore, feet, tickling, transformation, petrification, etc. These weirder types of fetishes seem almost absent in women. At most women seem to be into rough sex, BDSM which is sort of an extension of that, and vanilla, normal sex things like impregnation. For example, on /co/ guys talk about getting fetishes from all the weird things on the cartoon Totally Spies. But I rarely hear girls say the show gave them some weird fetish, even though the show was aimed at girls. What is the scientific reason for this?
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/eng/ - Engineering General

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Undergraduates pretending to be $150,000 managers edition.

RESOURCES:
Engineering Science
>https://4chan-science.fandom.com/wiki//sci/_Wiki

Engineering Practice
>The Making of an Expert Engineer - J. Trevelyan
>Firm Handshake


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So um, is us losing 95k tons of hydrogen a year a big deal? What are the effects of this?
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Is the James Webb space telescope really worth it? I'm all for expanding human knowledge but a $21 billion telescope that at best gives us really good wallpapers seems a bit much
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Pros and cons of building tropical beach under the dome in cold climate?
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Math and Stat fags, how can I start learning poker?
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does having thin, narrow eyes give an advantage to deception?
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When it says E=mc2, how can you multiple something by the speed of light?

Like how can I multiple 3 pounds by 60 miles per hour? How does that even make sense.

To me it's like saying "take six potatoes and multiply them by yellow squared"
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