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Old 05-19-2008, 09:51 AM
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"How you gonna keep 'em, down on the farm... after they've seen Pareee?"

Great old song. And very true. Once women realized that they could have an equal stake in the workforce, that they didn't have to depend on a man to be the sole provider, everything began to change... A lot of people in the 70's blamed liberals for starting the ERA movement, but it's roots go all the way back to our grandmothers, ane "Rosie the Rivitter."

You know, I keep thinking about this thread when I'm offline... and it's kinda struck me how I seem to naturally gravitate to strong women... a few femme types, but for the most part, I'm not someone who is attracted to "girly girl" types. I've dated pro Women's football players, Dommes, and "tomboy" types a lot...

But then, I'm bi. Maybe I just keep looking for that "happy medium" in gender stereotypes.
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Old 05-19-2008, 09:56 AM
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"How you gonna keep 'em, down on the farm... after they've seen Pareee?"

Great old song. And very true. Once women realized that they could have an equal stake in the workforce, that they didn't have to depend on a man to be the sole provider, everything began to change... A lot of people in the 70's blamed liberals for starting the ERA movement, but it's roots go all the way back to our grandmothers, ane "Rosie the Rivitter."

You know, I keep thinking about this thread when I'm offline... and it's kinda struck me how I seem to naturally gravitate to strong women... a few femme types, but for the most part, I'm not someone who is attracted to "girly girl" types. I've dated pro Women's football players, Dommes, and "tomboy" types a lot...

But then, I'm bi. Maybe I just keep looking for that "happy medium" in gender stereotypes.
Well Fan, I'm not bi, and I have allways gone for the same "non girly girly" types. I like a tomboyish aspect. I like a woman who feels as comfy with no make up and casual clothes as she is when she wished to be a glamor girl.

I also like a woman who tell it like it is. I want an equal, not a doll.
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Yeah, but still, you think they'd come up with something else to say in 2008.
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Old 05-19-2008, 07:57 PM
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I don't treat people like crap, i don't like being treated like crap, so i don't treat others that way. I don't try to control other people, because i don't like being controlled, so i don't treat others that way. I don't purposely harm other people, because i don't like being harmed, so i don't treat others that way. The first inkling i get that a romantic interest exhibits any of these negative characteristics that i've listed above towards me,
I'm on the bus, Gus. I'm outta there. She can keep her beauty and charms and stuff them where the sun don't shine if she's an abuser. I don't need any relationship badly enough to put up with that.
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I don't treat people like crap, i don't like being treated like crap, so i don't treat others that way. I don't try to control other people, because i don't like being controlled, so i don't treat others that way. I don't purposely harm other people, because i don't like being harmed, so i don't treat others that way. The first inkling i get that a romantic interest exhibits any of these negative characteristics that i've listed above towards me,
I'm on the bus, Gus. I'm outta there. She can keep her beauty and charms and stuff them where the sun don't shine if she's an abuser. I don't need any relationship badly enough to put up with that.
So your a no crap kinda person? ROFL!!
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