Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Advice Some Men Think They Want to Need

The whole thing is at Sabrina in Stockings--Insatiable: How to Date a Nympho. (First, use the concept "date" lightly.)

***She’ll try to warn you most guys have a hard time keeping up with her. You’ll tell her you have the same problem. After all, you have a pretty high sex drive. Most of your previous lovers haven’t wanted it three, four times a week like you do. (ha!)

***We’re cool. We don’t need you, your love, your care, your time, your emotional support, your money. ...We’re the kind of chicks who think porn and pizza make a great date. We’ll spring for the pizza (and probably the porn). We won’t expect dinner and roses before we put out. Hell, we won’t expect anything. At all. (ha ha!!)

***Girls like us weren’t built for traditional love. We were expecting a lifetime of casual dating and dear, treasured…fuckbuddies. (maybe I should say "ho ho ho!!!")

***We go in looking for sex, not love. Maybe friendship. Not love. We want someone who’s interesting in and out of bed. Mostly in bed.

Yeah, it was kinda like that.


Blogger Sabrina Morgan said...

G Bitch - Thanks for the link (and I loved the post title). The post was intended kind of tongue-in-cheek... It seems like anymore there are a lot of "just one of the guys - but with boobs" types of girls who embrace a more masculine style of dating (or "dating") but still have the old-fashioned, antifeminist attitude that their needs come second - if at all - and they don't tend to feel like they have the right to make demands.

I saw some of those tendencies in myself and thought this post would be a gentle nudge to those women to wake up and realize it's okay to have feelings, and needs, and even fall in love from time to time. Yeah, no shit, pretty obvious - but some of us forget.

By the way, I'm really enjoying your political posts and in-your-face writing style. Hope you'll keep blogging.

Sat Aug 26, 11:09:00 PM  
Blogger G Bitch said...

I'm glad you're enjoying the blog, Sabrina. I have to, finally, admit I misunderstood you a bit, I think, but I think what you're saying is cool and I understand. What I was thinking was more along the lines of

I know how difficult the idea is of having your truly-beloved sexually interested in someone else besides you. Someday when women learn to separate love from sex, they will understand that it is possible for a man to love one woman with all his heart and still want to fuck the hot chick in his office without any desire to have a relationship. Who knows? Maybe women will discover the same freedom. It's a crime that we fill our young women’s heads with idealism about "true love" that has little or no basis in reality. Another view of monogamy is it is love untested. Meaning, if you're locked into a relationship with rules and cant get out, how strong is your love? To paraphrase Wilhelm Reich, how can you call a dog faithful when he's chained to the house?

Betty Dodson

Tue Aug 29, 01:36:00 PM  

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