Women and my desires.  

lezbobunny69 53F/42F
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10/14/2005 11:22 am

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Women and my desires.


I was just chatting with a woman online. Some of her comments to me made me think about how women view their bodies.

I have never been one who is concerned with how women look. I love women for who they are, not for what they look like.

I have met, and been with, many a woman who looked like a barbie doll; had the perfect body, hair, face, weight, etc. Unfortunately, many of them couldn't put together a sentence using a flashlight and a dictionary.

It doesn't matter to me what a woman's weight is, how her body appears, what her hair is like, or her height. I really don't care that she is old, or young, or how she dresses, or carries herself.

To me, all women are beautiful if they have a mind, intelligence, experiences, emotions, fears, hopes, dreams, fantasies, courage, and above all, honesty and integrity.

It doesn't matter to me if she is married or divorced. Doesnt matter to me if she dropped out of high school or graduated with a PHD.

I find stretch marks to be sexy, scars a wonderful testiment to their experiences, and weight or the lack of something to be enjoyed.

What is important to me is that I can bond with her. That we can connect on a deeper level, respect eachother, care for eachother, and like eachother. That we can share, experience things, and become friends. If this becomes physical, then great! If it does not, and yet we connected and became friends, just as great!

What really turns me off is when a woman puts herself down, denigrates herself, succumbs to the victim of life pose, or imagines herself to never become anything more than what she is.

Women rock! They always have! And, history shows this to be true. So, ladies, those of you who fit this negative image I have just explained, stand proud! You are a woman and the best of what a woman is or can be hasn't even been fully fathomed yet.

The best of being a woman is yet to come. All you have to do is believe in yourself as much as I believe in you!

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