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Everyday Life 2

October 13th, 2017 9:56 pm EDT

Everyday Life -2

This is my second blog about the everyday differences between men and women. I’m doing this because I was mistakenly born with a Y chromosome instead of two X’s. This blog is about everyday grooming, confidence and awareness.

Yesterday I invited a guy back to my apartment after a date, and he stayed the night. Along with a bottle of Chablis I put out cheeses with cut up apples and pears (something no man would do!). After an appropriate time I excused myself to “slip into something more comfortable” (i.e. put on things he could easily strip off me) and of course freshened up my makeup and perfume. I also loaded myself up with lubrication and then sat back down beside him like a trophy for him to win. By way of contrast, while I was preparing myself he sat on the couch and continued to drink and eat.

After several orgasms for me and two for him (I almost wore my jaw out to give him his second) I excused myself after an appropriate period of post coital nibbling and cuddling to remove my makeup and moisturize while he laid there, and actually fell asleep before I was finished, leaving me with the wet spot.

In the morning he wanted round two, which I didn’t have time for, so I dispatched him orally. Off he went back to his place where he would shave, shower, brush his teeth, put on a pair of boring boxers and be off to work in the same or absolutely identical clothes and shoes he wore the previous day, which would take him minimal time and no thought whatsoever. I, on the other hand, had to bathe, shave my legs, moisturize all over, wash and moisturize my face, do my makeup and hair, and check my nails, all while planning my outfit for the day, including appropriate undies and accessories.  

All this to say, women’s lives are infinitely more complicated than men’s, and we wouldn’t trade places with them. We would never leave the house without doing our faces and being pulled together, are happy to spend hours at Sephora and elsewhere to test products and find the perfect shades of lipstick, blush, eye shadow and nail polish, and hunt for days to find the “must have” shoes that finish the look we conceived for the new dress or suit. This is rooted in our intimate female experiences with our mothers and friends. It’s all about our femininity and we wouldn’t have it any other way.


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