He shouldn’t need to be told why she’s mad at him, or what she’d like for her anniversary, or whether or not she’s ready for the next step.Emotional intelligence is sexy, and there’s nothing sexier than a guy who cares enough to pay attention to the subtle cues.“You have proven you are strong enough to have me.” And dammit, this is how it really worked back in the good old days, when men were men and women were women!
If you have teenage kids (or you are teenaged) it’s especially thought-provoking.
The following sentence applies regardless of when you read this: A famous man has recently been accused of doing sexual things to a woman (or many women) without consent.
If you’d cornered me in high school and asked me why I hadn’t just grabbed a girl at a party and made her kiss me, I’d have said it was because I wasn’t cool enough, or hot enough.
“I’d have to lose weight and make the football team to do something like that!
” I was told that the guys who held back until they had permission were the pussies, the cowards, the nerds.
That was told to me both by people in my life and by lots of the movies and shows I saw back then.
Maybe a thumb hooked around her bikini bottom, like she’s about to pull it off.
Likewise, when women in bikinis turned up in movies, they existed purely as titillating jerk-off material for the teenage boys in the audience.
There was no internet in the 1980s, and actual porn was risky to own if you were a kid in the Midwest.
That was the genius of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue: It gave Middle America something to masturbate to under the cover of reading about sports. In many of the photos, at least part of the swimsuit was missing, the woman cupping her naked breasts with her hands, pouting coyly at the camera.
You know, the way Han Solo knew that Leia secretly wanted him to back her into a corner and force himself on her.