The battle of the sexes  

rm_art_persists 53M
1120 posts
2/5/2006 7:48 pm

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The battle of the sexes


I have a few suggestions to even out the battle:

-everyone puts both the toilet seat and the lid down. This way everyone has to lift to use the bivy (besides, who really wants to peer into a toilet bowl?)

-Topless bathing becomes the norm. After all is not a man's chest also an errogenous zone?

-The medical establishment starts screening for men's health issues such as prostate cancer just as aggressively as it screens for women's health issues (can you say "mammogram" or "pap smear"?)

-Equal pay for equal work

-Acceptance being the rule: why are we always trying to aggressively change the significant other? (I'm talking about little habits not major issues)

-A more open dialogue between all. This is really not a battle.

These are just a few suggestions. Please add to the list.

rm_Greyeyesky 42M

2/6/2006 1:35 am

AMEN! I also belive that truely open communication is essential. Stop telling each other things, and start sharing... ideas, concernes, dreams, and so on. Who declared war anyway?


angelgrrl 49F

2/6/2006 4:07 am

YES! Very wise words. I don't like battles anyway . . .


jussweetlilolme 44F

2/6/2006 8:26 am

Now if we made everything equal where would be the fun of having make-up sex?? You know the most heated sex can be after a good go-round with your significant other...

I propose that if you state we should follow the outlines items above, then...we should also agree to have 1 day a month on which we will agree to pick a topic, explore our arguments and then agree to meet for a go-round in a heated dialogue stating our views. It wouldn't matter your real position the idea is to have a go round that will lead to exciting makeup sex...(plus I like to argue, not fight, argue, so I guess its pretty self serving, but who can blame me for seeking such a wonderful end result??)

~Sweets


rm_art_persists 53M
1789 posts
2/6/2006 8:25 pm

GreyEyeski: I don't know who declared war but we're all in it. It's time to move on

Angel: Seems we have the start of a truce here

Sweet: Sometimes the trivial, inconsequential issues just weigh all of us down. Some men and women are truly obsessed with the differences just as some are obsessed about racial/religious/etc differences. We all need to celebrate our differences and resolve the things that truly matter. As for just arguing something out, I think we can argue anything just as long as we respect one another. The "makeup" sex after will always be good. Passion rewards passion.


tillerbabe 57F

2/6/2006 10:52 pm

So..when do you plan on "ruling" the world???? Good stuff my friend!


dasher121 37M

2/7/2006 8:18 am

nope, nothing to add. thats a pretty damn good list.


TzarsAmuseChant 42M
2854 posts
2/7/2006 9:18 am

In this battle, I have always been a conscientious objector. I welcome the day the "war" ends and we can get on with enjoying life to the fullest.


jussweetlilolme 44F

2/7/2006 9:34 am

OUCH, I think my place has been respectfully handed to me...I must learn to write in a manner that expresses the empotion behind the words..I absolutely agree that we must all respect each other..and, that passion rewards passion, I suppose (if you force me here) we could skip the arguement & just head straight to the make up sex?

Than we would all be happier in the long run...(maybe the pent up agression wouldn't be so pent up???)


rm_art_persists 53M
1789 posts
2/7/2006 5:20 pm

Tiller: I've already started my conquest - one house at a time
Dasher: thank you for the visit; I like your writings
Citizen: I'm glad you're out there
Sweet: I'll take the make up sex any day: we can argue about nothing if you want


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