But really, what’s not to enjoy?
They are laugh machines and take everything you say as an opportunity to crack up
The fact that we categorize ourselves into boxes that aren’t meant to be broken out of is a main contributor as to why men view us that way, as well.
Call me dumb. Call me powerless. Call me inconsequential.
I’m so old, I remember when “hook ups” were called “one night stands.” I was born in the 1960s and grew up in the 1970s.
I would like to start by saying I’m not a sexist.
17. You use a lot of sex positions.
A female form presented in such a forthright manner is still shocking to the world, and that’s crazy.
If I did, I’d be worried sick all the time of her walking alone at night wearing skirts.
I have been pressured by peers, by the media, and sometimes by my own hormones to throw all of my reservations out the window and give in to everything.