The guy in the striped polo shirt showing us around is probably in his early 30s, making him the youngest person here by a decade.He points out the theater’s fixtures clinically, detailing his plans to “fix the whole thing up”—exterior paint, restrooms, glory holes.BODY: 5 nipples 5 pubes hand and foot nail colors 12 skin colors HEAD: 10 hairtstyles various colors 4 hats glasses & masks 3 necklaces 5 collars CLOTHES: top wear bottom wear (mini skirt, short jeans and regular jeans with various colors) 8 dresses (including 1 blue miniskirt police uniform and 1 S&M outfit) 5 bras 6 panties 9 stockings (1 fishnet garter, knee socks) 10 shoes (all heels, 3 boots) There are two places for you to decorate with Home Editor for Home 1 and Home 2, which are bascially two big rooms: one with a pool outdoors and the other one just a regular penthouse apartment. So what, you MIGHT be talking to a guy who is playing a women online... If you did, then who cares about their actual gender IRL since you actually got your rocks off? They will not ever tell you their true gender so you will never know.It's pretty similar to Sims editor - delete or pick and place furniture around the room (floor lamps, beds, sofas, TV that actually plays porn like in SL, music player, chairs, tables, ferns, a dancing pole etc). If you press the MAP icon, you got these options from the list to visit: Home 1 Home 2 Night club Beach Sin club Yacht Love Island User created rooms you can visit Currently there are 21 sex positions and you can have sex wherever you like. Does that potential fear prevent you from enjoying yourself, if it does then you have some soul searching to understand why... It has good potential and could, with proper development, be quite good. There's not much to do but hump dudes playing as female avatars.I mean whats the point of having an avatar if its not supposed to be a rpg?If you log in, you can create 3 characters e.g 1 man and 2 women.We went because, though the Oregon has been in business as an adult theater since the ’70s (it was built as a vaudeville house in 1925), no one we knew had ever ventured inside.The bowl of free condoms in the entryway should’ve tipped me off, but some prudish part of me believed those were for later, when couples go home. The auditorium is concrete and cavernous, the insulation visibly crumbling from the high ceiling.
This, I suspect, is because it emerges not like Athene—a fully formed adult released from the mind of Zeus—but like several thousand frog eggs—similar in appearance to one another but bewildering in number and neither well defined nor mature.
“You don’t seem timid,” says the taller guy in thin wireframe glasses, one of the men—almost all men—milling around this place like it’s their living room.
“But I thought I’d warn you, if you sit down, guys will start flocking around you.” No, I’m not timid; my feeling on entering the Oregon Theater on Southeast Division Street isn’t embarrassment but incredulity.
Was there a single person or event which popularised it, and when was it?
Is it a "good"/positive word, or "bad"/negative, and has this changed in any way?