Gees, can we PLEASE transport back OUT of Generalization Stereotype World???
Come on, how did a little joking subject end up turning out this crap?
As a girl, I oogle, I buy lots of gifts, flowers, write little appreciative notes, dote, charm, look like a slob sometimes, don’t nag about dates (anniversaries, holidays, even birthdays) … and my role in the relationship has nothing to do with cleaning, cooking, or bearing children. I try to be a decent person. I try to have fun. I try to make my partner feel loved and valued for what they are and for everything they do. To me, those seem like universal terms…
In return, I’ve received gifts, flowers, little appreciative notes, endless generosity in so many ways, someone who doesn’t care if I don’t exactly look pretty at times, and doesn’t expect me to take on the position of “housewife” UGH. *smirks* I’d hate to see the person that DID.
We DO have fun. We do love and respect one another to a tremendous degree. And we still tease and oogle *laughs* Hell, we point out people to each other…
Because there is trust, understanding, a melodious combination of principles… and frankly, it equals a pretty damn blissful life. The secret? We try to be good people. We treat each other kindly. We try talk about everything. We just relax and enjoy. This seems like a fairly simple formula.
So, what’s the confusion? Why the gender cataloging? Why the complaints?
… kay, enough of the scolding… let’s get this “Girls look at the whole package” dispute settled: Bring in the Strippers!