have at BoyChat, so we can debate issues of the day with fellow pedos. I guess the alternative is to try to tie everything to girllove in some way, e.g., "I don't like that BLM protesters are organizing into quasi-militias carrying guns around, but on the other hand, maybe while they're busy doing that, they leave their hot daughters at home unattended.."
Those teenage black girls may not have as pretty faces as whites, and they may overall look about as muscular as a white boy their same age due to all their testosterone, but their breasts are just as perky. God, it's amazing to look at a teenage girl's breasts and how they defy gravity, so that if they pull down their top, it's like their breast pops out rather than spilling or falling out. Their nipples point upward at like a 45 degree angle. Okay, that's an exaggeration, but it's at least like a 30 or 15 degree angle. Probably the latter, but my point is, you're not going to see anything even resembling upward-pointing nipples in an older woman.
This is why it's a real shame that we don't have early marriage that would allow men to partake of the experience of seeing their young wife in those most nubile years and be able to have those memories forever.
Teenage girls' bodies are just so amazingly tight when they have their freshly-minted boobs and other curves whose collagen , and to see this would have such a powerful effect on men that it's no wonder that such images have been made not very readily available, due to bans, stigmatization, etc. depending on the specifics of the images in question.
And this is even before we get into the question of girls' personalities. The youthful girls are more fun, just because their giggliness and overall childlike silliness adds some levity to the situation (they'd otherwise be as annoying to deal with as older women, because they tend to revert to frustrating behavior). People say that older women have more maturity, but as applied to females, that's just a polite word for, "They're not as cute anymore as they used to be."