It is the 21th century right...?  

amberabercrombie 38F
11929 posts
5/20/2006 6:21 am

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It is the 21th century right...?

I’ve always had the attitude no man is going to walk all over me....when I get married hes going to be doing some and drying...I believe it stems from growing up with younger parents...they weren’t set in their ways where the woman cooks and the man wears the pants like some families in their generation were...instead they had a loving relationship were both parties had their fair share of chores etc....

I suppose you could say in most of my past relationships I’ve been more of the dominant figure and in actuality I’VE wore those pants....yet at the same time always made sure to treat him with respect... an equal...a friend and a lover.....Oh and you can bet your bottom ass...I’ve made sure hes done the same....

I'm typically like that way with sex as well...I like to be on the same level as him yet......I like what I like...want what I want.... and I do what I like....yet at the same time have the believe that sex should be a mutual...equal... loving event....

Being the 21th century I think both genders should be equal in most everything...but not everyone shares my brother still caters to the attitude that woman should be bare foot and pregnant as do many and most of my male friends.....

So I ask do you perceive both it the 21th century and you believe in equal you think a woman's place is in the kitchen and a mans place is in the work force...where do you stand while making love...are you a control equal...a dominant or a submissive...? Tell me ...what’s your perception on things...Which one of these are YOU...

Side note: I'm alittle behind on comments...ill catch up tonight!..BTW I had to edit this..seems I was living in the wrong Century LOL..

Phuc_Buddy 47M

5/20/2006 6:33 am

I'm a 20th century guy having been brought up by mother with the understanding that I would be self sufficient! Thanks Mom.

Both genders should be equal in their relationship. If they are not it is not going to work out. The pace of today's life is to stressful to be stuck in the past. In the bedroom it definitely takes two and it works best when both are willing to share the role of dominance.

Although I will agree with your brother on one point...I too believe that woman should be naked! It just makes it that much easier when they are ready to go!

whats4dessert2 50M

5/20/2006 6:49 am

I'm with you hon. I think it's just fine for my wife to cut the grass and do the yard work

Nightguy_1961 56M
4866 posts
5/20/2006 7:12 am


As Phuc Buddy says above, I was raised to be self reliant...hell, I had to...both parents worked.

Being involved in a Dominant/submissive (D/s) relationship on a 24/7 basis usually means that the Dominant makes most, if not all, of the daily decisions, with the submissive allowed to give their opinion. (I know this sounds archaic, but all parties agree to this relationship).

However, if you add marriage to the mix, things become a bit muddled. An issue my lady & I address on a daily basis: Where does the husband/wife relationship end and the Dominant/submissive relationship begin? Needless to say, we discuss this in length, not only between the two of us, but with other Lifestyle couples as well.

As my lady's Sir, I make the decisions regarding how our household is run...with my lady's input of course. That is the key issue to a D/s relationship: communication at all levels at all times. In the sexual realm, I am the Dominant with as much control as my lady (my submissive) gives me. I know...confusing*smiles*

Bottom line: While I am a Dominant Alpha male, I regard women as intelligent, loving, caring, people whose welfare and happiness is utmost on my list of priorities.

Okay, now that I've totally confused you, I'll stop now...didn't mean to write a book *smiles*

NG61...fading back into the shadows...[/b

smoothnjuicy4u 51F

5/20/2006 7:21 am

Well I am both submissive and dominate in and out of the bed. Its like a dance to achieve balance I feel. Each person has their likes and dislike , strengths and weaknesses and should adopt the roles they feel are comfortable and successful for their relationships. But I must admit I tend to lean towards the submissive role. And tend to be attracted to a more dominate personality when it comes to men.

442 posts
5/20/2006 7:27 am

hey!, no more baby , this 21th now! lol and the relation's are changed ! a mutua sex with you it's a dream? lol kisses for you.

SortsOmensAlien 59M
243 posts
5/20/2006 7:37 am

I was brought up in a family where dad worked and mom stayed home.

I though, believe that it should be equal.

rm_Twister2bed 48M
617 posts
5/20/2006 7:40 am

Relationships work best if they are 50/50, With mutual respect and allow a woman to be independent. And share the household duties.
In this day and age both almost HAVE to work to survive.

That doesn't mean I can't open a car door for her though.
In the bedroom hmm I'd say I'm alpha Male but I'm not put off if shes aggressive and dominant sometimes.

Knot4Everyone 41F

5/20/2006 7:42 am

I do believe in equal opportunities for both genders - in the workplace, in the bedroom, and in life. There's no way I'd be content to live my life barefoot and pregnant, and I pity those who can't see the true value of a woman.

I'm neither a Dom or a sub in the bedroom, but rather enjoy switching between the two (sometimes Dom, sometimes sub).

rm_imtheone42 75M
485 posts
5/20/2006 7:48 am

UH.....well I don`t know how to break this to you but it`s actually the 21st century now.

rm_Ellenback 59F
966 posts
5/20/2006 8:28 am

"Where do I stand while making love?" In the elevator, at the side of my bed or couch, in the laundry room, in the back of the Dodge...

Actually, I am going through something similar, having come from a dominating relationship, and now I find that often the men who are most attracted to me, and wish a possible LTR, are those that have that quality to them again...and I'm vetoing it entirely from my life! This time, I want to be on top...



oldude1946 72M

5/20/2006 9:01 am

This is the 21st century, the 20th century was when men were men and so were the women.

I kill myself, I really do

reverend21 50M
1913 posts
5/20/2006 9:52 am

Acutally it's the 21st century. I best the way to describe what kind of person I am is to jot down a couple of rules I live by.
1. Filth is not manly
2. If you can do the job beter than anyone else, do it
3. Never assume the person you are with knows how to cook
4. A relationship is a full time job
5. Life is so much sweeter when shared on all levels

im_curious_4u 51M

5/20/2006 12:09 pm

I like your thinking amber and agree both partners should be equal in all parts of their lives. You are wise beyond your years.

digdug41 50M

5/20/2006 12:34 pm

I like what phuc said seeing I am kinna dead from the shoulders up at the moment forgive me

roaming the cyber streets of blogland

Dildo_replacemen 39M

5/20/2006 12:54 pm

Note: Your post is now visible...

I was raised by my mother, father was gone and it became a broken home. So I like and look for equality, yes there are always compromises in every relationship... like... I'm very handy so I have no problem fixing things... do what you're good at and what you enjoy. I would like to add, I will never stand in the way of someone wanting to learn or try something new and I look for the same in my partner.

Where do I stand while making love??? Behind her of course, 100%!
I'm not a control freak, I'm an equal seeking equal opportunities... I've been submissive and I've taken control in relationships and sex... depends on the person and the situation. It's great to get out of your comfort zone every now and then and mix things up, if you naturally take control try being submissive or if you're naturally submissive try taking control... you'll be surprised how much of a turn on and fun it can be.

Life and sex is all about compromise and compromising positions, it's what makes life truly interesting!

m1903a3 60M

5/20/2006 1:00 pm

I'm a bit old fashioned. If Kitty wants to work away from home, I have no problem with it, but I WANT to support her. Yes, the extra money would be nice, but we have everything we need, and quite a few things we want.
I do help around the house. I usually do my own laundry because, after a hard, sweaty day, the manly smell of my clothes is a bit intense. I also do most of the every day cooking because, to be blunt, I'm better at it than she is. She cooks all the big stuff, like holiday turkey and such because she is better at that.
I think we have found a good balance.

rm_1hotwahine 64F
21091 posts
5/20/2006 3:06 pm

It depends entirely on who enjoys doing what. I think that after the generation slightly before me started what was called "Women's Lib" there was a bit of a quandary for women who would independently want to make the choice of being a homemaker, almost like it was politically incorrect to do so. Hopefully we're slowly getting into more of a human's lib, where a couple can work it in whatever way works for them.

Me? I'm horrible, absolutely horrible at homemaking skills. Except cooking. I'm a good cook but that comes from my past as Food and Beverage Management. So for me it works to find a job that pays well enough to have someone come in and take care of the house stuff, which is where I used to be and where I'm headed again.

In relation to a man? At this point in my life, I see a relationship as something where we pretty much still have our own lives, so it's kind of a moot point.

Sexually? All over the board. Whatever mood I'm in at the time. Being a single mom who spends her life being "in charge" I must's nice to relinquish control in the bedroom now and then, and be taken care of. Sigh...

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]

puntachueca 106M

5/20/2006 3:43 pm

Learned Lessons Over the Years:

First rule is don't expect someone else to do what you won't do.

Second, don't assign work based on gender. I really like to cook and generally have a lower filth tolerance than the women I've lived with, so I like to clean house, as well. I'm not really that great with power tools, so a lady that can wield a chainsaw is fine by me.

Third, her time is just as important as my time. Thus, stepping in to do things to free her up to do what she really wants to do is a good way to express love.

Fourth, there are some things neither really wants to do. Either hire someone else to do it or forget about it.

Fifth, never criticize someone for a failed expectation that you invented and the other person has no clue you have that expectation. Check your expectations at the front door.

Sixth, it never about being "right" or "wrong".

Seventh, if you create an you'll call if you're going to be late...or you'll do a chore in the morning...prove you are trustworthy and make that call and remember the chore. Creating an expectation and then defaulting on it is abusive.

Eighth, always tell the truth, even if you are sure it is going to bring on some disapproval or criticism. Much better to deal with reality than to multiply the damage by lying.

Ninth, be honest with yourself. If you don't like to do something, or don't want to do something...don't do it anyway just to please the other person. That will just build a lot of anger and resentment over time. You don't like to cook. Then fuck cooking.

Tenth, try and do a lot of chore type things together..and laugh while you are doing it.

Eleventh, never ever criticize someone else for doing something differently than the way you would. That is controlling stuff.

Twelfth, if you don't really know what you're doing or how to do it, ask for help and advice. There's always good stuff to learn.

I believe in an equal co-creating relationship...which requires a lot of good communication and respect for the differences between people than can become the glue that holds a relationship together.

IwillLove2lickU 53M

5/20/2006 3:57 pm

First, I just want to get on the record that I love your little sex cartoon pics!

My mother raised two boys to be caring and considerate of all people male. female, and the gender confused alike. Being non-judgmental is probably the greatest virtue. Authenticity and integrity follow closely behind in my book.

I'm happy to role-play either dom or sub and I'm relaxed with a girl that can do the same. In real life there is none better than an equal partner.

intierzha 45M

5/20/2006 8:17 pm

Living in the wrong century is ok by me I do it all the time, whether it be the 14th, 24th, or the 18th... even the 21st will do on occasion. I grew up very fundamentalist but rejected its dogma regarding women thanks to my mom's example of self-sufficiency, and while raising me as a good southern boy, she also instilled a healthy respect for what women are capable of, so I never subscribed to the 'traditional' gender roles we've been programmed with for millenia.

In any event, we should treat everyone with respect and not think of gender, race, creed, or ability. Perhaps not the most realistic of ideals, but maybe by the 22nd century, we will have gotten past it.

Have a great weekend,

MaggiesWishes 61F

5/20/2006 9:02 pm

Can't speak for everyone, but my spouse was great at everything domestic and then some. He was an awesome bedside nurse too.
We learned from each other and I'm a better person for having him in my life as long as I did.
I think both parties should be in on all duties of a relationship. If it needs to be done, then do it. Don't wait to be told like a child ... just make it happen.

warm huggies little lady

somethingelse40 76M
14676 posts
5/20/2006 9:19 pm

Stop by for PRETENSE and the original cock!

somethingelse40 76M
14676 posts
5/20/2006 9:23 pm

Equality is everything. If you can't find any other meaning in everything that's happening, try to consider it as entertainment. If one of us thinks its funny and one doesn't, one of us must be wrong. Does your heart contain anything breakable?

rm_IMHOTEP0069 44M
21 posts
5/20/2006 9:52 pm

I only wish I could find a women to share the responsibilities with. In the past three relationships i've had. believe it or not, not only did I bring home the bacon I ended up having to cook it as well!! My mom's plan was simple. Both my brother and I had to know how to cook, clean, do our own laundry, etc.. Her mentality was she didn't want us to have to depend on a female for any of it! And thank God for that! otherwise I'd have starved to death along time ago. I am the type of guy that can come home from work, clean the house, repair the car, cook dinner, do the dishes, give ya a massage, fuck your brains out, and still have time for a little T.V. I also can use a sewing machine, iron, and make a killer coffee cake!! If it has anything to do with using my hands, I can do it.

rm_IMHOTEP0069 44M
21 posts
5/20/2006 10:04 pm

Oh and as far as the bedroom goes, I generally had to do most of the work there too.. Are their any ladies out there that realize their man is tired? that will give him head for a while, and then just get on top and ride their man till he's done? Is their a women out there that can cook more than once in a blue moon? and can do so without argument?
where are you????????????????????????????????????
yes I am looking for real women to be around

docdirk 49M

5/20/2006 10:32 pm

I hereby submit my resume for house-husband. Hell, I've cooked all my meals, washed all my laundry and vacuumed all my floors for so long, I doubt I'd be able to trust anyone else to do it for me!!! Oh, and don't you dare try to wash my dishes!!!

Ah, Its you again, Your Angel Feathers and your Blood Stains...

rm_LocalMan666 61M
3 posts
5/20/2006 11:56 pm

Who wants to be the only one in the kitchen after diner?
What I found that works is that I help by making a salad & afterwords I clean up.
Or, If 1 person cooks, the other person cleans.

beatpoeme 55M

5/21/2006 12:32 am

Everything equal. I have learned that 100% mean you do your bast to contribute you time and abilities to your relationship and family. This does not mean equal work but, equal effort to do and try your best. I cook, clean, laundry, banking, home care, childcare, dusting, vacuum, yard work, garbage, shopping etc. What ever I can do to make my wife's life easier I will do. I hope that she doing her bast as well. I just reserve the right to bum around now and again. Though it's very rare. I travel lots so when I'm back I do my best to make my efforts count and show my appreciation for what has been done in my absence. I'm not perfect or out to score points. At the end of the day I just want to know myself Ive done the best I can. Life is a learning process, Im in school everyday.


cobra70118 106M

5/21/2006 12:41 am

I'll do it all. I'll bring the bacon home and cooked it and take care of the kids. And rocked my squeeze all night long. an... I'll bring home my own bi ladies! When it comes down to it, woman love being woman and men love being men...

lookingforUhun 54M
1 post
5/21/2006 1:00 am

Wow, amazing. I love the way u think and talk, hmmmmmmmm, Love to talk to ya more about it. I believe the same way. Only differ thou even both are equal yet they are different. The first difference is the physical. How about mental. Men cannot be as mature as women can (majority of time) but on the other hand men are more forgiving then women. Women hold the grudge forever and men don't.

I agree that they should distribute or share the responsibilities equally and it should not make matter who wears the pants in the house. To me that depends on the situation, that whom role is to lead and whom to follow.

Love to talk more about it. later

adrock6 43M
1 post
5/21/2006 1:09 am

I grew up with both parents working, my dad making much more than my mother but both worked full time. Everything was equal in are house growing up. I think that is true now in my life, but it's hard because I am worth a lot of money and thats what people see and want a peice of.

rm_KirkVW44m 56M
688 posts
5/21/2006 2:52 am

First of all for me there is no greater turn on for ME then a woman thats not only confident in herself but knows what she wants from me as well as knowing how to get that of what she wants. I've never looked down on women as sub par in any form. I've been married 18+ years and i consider the relationship mutual.. Sometimes my wife cooks and some times i do.

Living in a fantasy world i like the idea of a woman being able to stay home and raise children in fact i know a few mothers that have but its not common. Now as to sex I'm not only male but i am dominant in the fact that i love to give a woman a good fucking, but i'm open enough to let her do whatever she wants to do to me in bed also and i mean almost anything.

chasingfun27 39M
1108 posts
5/21/2006 3:48 am

    Quoting Phuc_Buddy:
    I'm a 20th century guy having been brought up by mother with the understanding that I would be self sufficient! Thanks Mom.

    Both genders should be equal in their relationship. If they are not it is not going to work out. The pace of today's life is to stressful to be stuck in the past. In the bedroom it definitely takes two and it works best when both are willing to share the role of dominance.

    Although I will agree with your brother on one point...I too believe that woman should be naked! It just makes it that much easier when they are ready to go!
That's my thunder stolen!

rm_lifeisgr82me 47M
2 posts
5/21/2006 7:57 am

Wrong centu... well I though you meant wrong earth

Well...dont you women ask for it to some extend? You let the guys get away with it...its about choosing the right guy for the right

BTW...many women are as lazy as many guys...thought it was different...Ill not be satisfied with a woman who just wants to get married to she does not have to work.

Work...and you deserve to eat...thats my motto I live by. I have a great life and Im almost convinced that no one is left with oldfashioned morals exist anymore a woman with gr8 self esteem and who has the right proportions body wise
Remember though just because you have a little extra...doesnt make you a less attractive person though...
Personality means so much more!!!

Until this lady comes by...Im wake me up when a woman like this comes my ways

Have a gr8 and wonderful day!


rm_lifeisgr82me 47M
2 posts
5/21/2006 8:01 am

BTW...of course you work's TEAM work!!!

Dont keep a score card of who has done what...but try to help each other simply because you want you partner to be happy

Be other person centered instead of self centered!

Djeeper1987 48M

5/21/2006 9:25 am

Gosh, I don't like the traditional gender roles. I prefer both parties to be able to do what is necessary for themselves, however when at home we both share the chores, and other things.
If that works at all?

Carpe Diem

SlowPlayin 51M

5/21/2006 12:25 pm

As long as I can be who I am I could give a rat's ass about what "roles" we have to play in a relationship ... it's either simple and easy or complicated and hard ... if there's a power struggle going on with someone I'm dating it's going to be a short relationship as far as I'm concerned.

I haven't talked to you in a while ... I hope all is well with you.

Helper874 46M

5/21/2006 4:47 pm You are living in the right century. I agree with You 100%. My wife and I share a lot of the daily chores around the house. Think everyone should. I agree with You also that it should flow into the sexual side of the relationship as well. Another great thought and question my dear. Have a great day and hope You had a great weekened.

rm_kelli4u2dew 42F
5220 posts
5/21/2006 7:48 pm

I'm perfectly willing to treat men who are my equals as equals. But I don't automatically assume that. I try to treat all people with respect, unless and until they show me they aren't worth that respect.

In bed, I'm neither dominant or submissive. I like an equal partner. I'm willing to let him take charge, and if I want to take charge, I want him to let me. But with women, I'm definitely butch.

JaniSux 46F

5/21/2006 7:55 pm

During sex... I like the man to initiate the sex, the change of position, etc.. and I just go along with him... I follow his lead there..

vidiohunter 52M

5/21/2006 8:31 pm

It may be the 21rst century ....but you are definatly a 20th century fox! where do I stand, In the corner will do just j/k I belive in equality.........everywhere,I refuse tobe submitted
and have no desire to submitt,dont like it never will

rm_ChiRugger 44M

5/21/2006 8:50 pm

Equality... I feel a need to be a protector and provider. I want to make enough money so that the woman I marry can have the choice to work or not. This certainly dose not mean I want to control her, but if she chooses not to work she needs to do her part at home. Otherwise it is a division of labor. Sexually I like to be dominant, but I am not trying to be dominating, if that make sense. Somewhat old fashioned I suppose.

rm_4urpooner 51M

5/21/2006 10:27 pm

they don't call me superman for nothin', blondie!

heycometalktome 41M
3 posts
5/21/2006 10:48 pm

I think that a great deal of people in today's society are quick to make judgements and flaunt stereotypes. That being said... I think that women and men are equal in most things... but it sure is nice to revel in the things that are uniquely feminine or masculine.


rm_funinic 50M
823 posts
5/21/2006 11:24 pm

Living together, marriage, is the ultimate example of communism (no, not what the Chinese or the Russians tried, and I am NOT one in my national/international political opinions...)

To each what they need, from each as they can provide.

The relationships that work are where the needs and provisions match up, or there is enough of a match (and resources...) such that the gaps can be filled in one way or another.

I decided to post the rest of my pontification on my blog. I don't want to hijack yours...

alphuctup 41M

5/22/2006 2:29 am

I want to have my cake and eat it; I want a partner not a doormat...someone who is my equal, whom I can respect and admire, but I don't want to sacrifice my masculinity or her femininity on the way.

rm_lust2u2 52M

5/22/2006 4:09 am

Of course both genders should be equal/on the same level... my basic outlook is as much as possible, actually whatever the situation (e.g. work, love, family, etc)... but, on the other hand, I think it´s important to not "erase" the exciting and most enjoyable tension between masculine/masculinity and feminine/womanly

BadAssBlonde1 58F
4989 posts
5/22/2006 8:58 pm


I was reared by my Father and from a very young age independence was instilled in me. I am Dominant in and outside of the bedroom. This is not something that just happened. It is the way I have been my entire life. Many say that I was born grown. I don't recall doing the normal things that girls did such as playing with baby dolls, having an easy bake oven, etc. I don't cook and my House actually prefers it that way. I realize that it is not one of my best qualities and allow someone else to handle that task. The things that I recall growing up were; be self-sufficient and do not rely on a man. Never allow a man to walk all over you. Be respectful of others, especially your elders. Keep your mouth shut if you don't know what you are talking about. Stop, look and listen. Education, Education, Education and yes I attended the finest schools available. Be aware of your environment and make necessary changes if it goes bad. Maintain yourself and always take care of your loved ones. I could go on and on but I think you get the picture. I don't have a submissive bone in my body. Early on I tested those waters, only briefly and it did not work. It was not me. I am a Life Style Dominant and have been for the majority of my life. It works out best that way for me and mine. Although I am Head of House, it is understood that everyone has a say. I do what is in the best interest of my House and not what always pleases me. There are many that think being a Dominant means you always get your way. This is a myth. In the real world it doesn't happen that way; or at least it never has for me. It is hard work to keep everything running properly and everyone on the right track. In many cases, this leaves little time for me. I consider all my people to be equal, but different equals. We all have responsibilities but when it comes to the final decision, that is mine to make. Financially, I am responsible for all debts incurred at the Manor. That within itself is a huge responsibility. However, I would not have it any other way. If there are issues brewing, I am the one that brings them to the table. I always welcome and look forward to the input I receive. It makes it much easier on me. I encourage open communication. I think that is the only way to be effective. To get things out in the open where it can be resolved. I think a persons position in life is where they are best suited, regardless of gender. My dearly departed Sister did not have the same views as I. She thought and verbally told me that I was taking a mans job by being an Executive. We never arrived at the same outlook on that issue. The way I see it; it is whatever works best for the parties involved. My relationships are those of long-term nature. My longest being 27 years with my slave, my shortest being 6 years with my servant. The two in between are my submissives of 25 years, one in which was recently released. It did not end on a bad note. It was a mutual decision.

Respectfully Submitted,
© Lady Hunter / BAB

After all the sex is gone, there is the mind - Lady Hunter / BAB

Copyright © House of Lady Hunter 1998-2009

rm_tlaw781 40M

5/22/2006 9:17 pm

"...We swore we'd travel darling side by side, we'd help each other stay in stride. But each lovers steps fall so differently but I'll wait for and you should I fall behind darlin wait for me..." Men and women in my opinion are not equal. NOT to say that one is in any way inferior or superior overall to the other. I believe in balance. Balance in all things including relationships. I have a hobby (I call it one) of whenever I find a couple that's been married or together for 15, 20, 30+ plus years I ask what they did to get there and I take everything they say and put it all in a mental file to understand the "dance".

I don't look to the word equality but rather balance. When I find that harmony with a partner I know it's right because the idea of equality doesn't arise. You give of yourself freely and receive just the same. Sure you may not want to wash the dishes or take out the trash sometimes, but you know the other person would and to continue to walk down the path of life with that person-you take care of your part in the dance. Sometimes you have to lead in the dance, sometimes you have to follow and if you can do those things you can have balance. That balance can apply anywhere in a relationship whether be the bedroom, kitchen etc. Sometimes looking to 50/50 in all things clouds the beauty of 70/30 compromise here and a 60/40 honey do there.

One time I was climbing with a parnter of mine and as the day was growing older we realized the maps we had been using didn't correctly show all the mining trails and we had lost our bearings with little time left to find them before we'd have even bigger problems. In past years I would have taken immediate control of the situation and with little regard for another's opinion done all the wrong things in regards to balance but gotten us off the mountain. But the damage at the bottom of the mountain would've been greater than being lost on it had I done that. So knowing she was better with maps than I, I let her try all of her options and walked aimlessly only supporting her decisions though we were getting nowhere. I wanted to speak up, but I didn't. Wanted to comment but I held back. Then as the sun was setting and the dangers getting even closer we stopped. She looked back and said ok I don't know what to do, what do you think? I said strap up follow me and don't stop running! We found our way to the bottom with my crude idea of which way to go but I realized when we got there that we had both just lead and followed in the dance and we would get to dance another day...I guess all those old folks interviews paid off and sorry to take up so much of your time mrs. amber! That's just a subject one could go on for days about!
Hey I was at the ball park all weekend and your bluejays didn't fare to well against my rockies in baseball. Good thing they have you representing the greater Toronto area! LOL

itsallfun1957 60M

5/22/2006 9:59 pm

Amber, good question(s). In all honesty, there is not a traditional role for either gender, with the exception of either Mom or Dad. In the work place whom ever can perform the best, meet the objectives, and excel is always the best candidate. This also applies for collaboration in any form. My ego is not so huge as to say that it's a man's world when sometimes the male is the root cause of the damage that needs to be controlled. Good post as always.>>>itsallfun1957

blueguy1051 61M

5/23/2006 3:02 pm

I believe that a woman's place is in the kitchen ... table top sex is a great appetizer!

rm_Twister2bed 48M
617 posts
5/23/2006 4:40 pm

    Quoting amberabercrombie:
    I cant remember the last time I had a male open a car door for me...this is 2006 lets see maybe 1997 lol!
Class never goes out of style...Unless I am old and outdated.
But even if I am I'll still be opening the car door for the ladies when I'm 95 hehe mom raised me that way.

Dildo_replacemen 39M

5/23/2006 5:10 pm

Mmm, careful... I said "I'm behind her... 100%". And I'd take you, over "her" any day!

rm_IMHOTEP0069 44M
21 posts
5/23/2006 10:46 pm

Sweetheart I would cook for you anytime! My specials are spaghetti, coffee cake, and you! Did I mention I also give great back massages?, Throw in a bottle of merlot and hold on to your panties!!! I hope things are going well for ya

rm_BobBigGun 52M
124 posts
6/3/2006 10:34 pm

Well Amber, I wouldn't dream of walking all over you. Not my style. I LOVE equal opportunity whether in the kitchen or the workplace - why should I have to initiate love making all the time? And whether in the kitchen or in the office, I make it a point to stand as close to the woman as possible. It's easier to make love to her that way. It's also so tempting to bend her over the desk or even the sink and do a little workload sharing, and, regardless of the issue, "drive" my point home. I believe in sharing control - I'm on top awhile, and then she can be on top awhile. I don't have a problem with women drivers provided she knows what speed to rev her engine and what speed to set the cruise control. Wouldn't want to blow an engine or bend a shaft or anything. As far as being barefoot and pregnant - we should both be barefoot (and bareskinned)as much as possible...trying to get you pregnant!

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