So apparently the look and feel of our vulvas/vaginas are one more thing we’re to concern ouserlves with as we reconstruct our lives and selves after divorce. Haven’t you heard? We’re supposed to be as pretty and symmetrical as a text-book drawing. Are you a little one-sided? Stretched out? Perhaps a little dangly?
Tag: DATING & SEX After Divorce
When I was younger (and thought I knew it all), I found it a total turn-off if a man told me he was divorced. Immediately, I thought “failure”, “tainted,” and “person-with-luggage.” But today, as I wade through the sea of men on dating sites, I find I’ve done a 360 – I actually gravitate more […]
My head is off is left field this morning, pondering women’s sexuality. I know – a complicated topic. But this is what I’m trying to figure out: Does a woman’s sexuality ripple into other areas of her life? Is her sexuality, in fact, a metaphor in motion for her behaviour and conduct in her work […]
Recently I wrote an article about how the phrase ,”I need a man who challenges me’, carried negative imagery and feelings for me. It reminded me of my younger-day yearnings for Bad Boys (who did me no good) and, as a few girlfriends pointed out, had a tone of ‘relationship management’ around it. Soon after writing […]
As I continue to wade through the vast sea of online dating, I find myself feeling impatient with myself. Not because I want a man pronto, but because I’m STILL not sure what ‘type’ of man I like. And I wonder, Did I get a chameleon chromosone at birth? Or do I simply have no idea what […]
I’ve heard it said that most men are ‘simple’ creatures. They love ‘T’ and ‘A’ and think about women’s orifices many times a day. They don’t like drama queens or control freaks. They want women to laugh at their jokes. And NOTHING, I mean NOTHING brings them greater joy than a great blow job first thing in […]
When I’m out on a first date with a man, I pay attention to how my date treats the server. I notice: Is he friendly? Does he use good manners? And, if the server is grumpy, how does he deal with it?
Laughing. Making love. Holding. Pillow talking… No, I’m not fantasizing about falling in love again. I’m imagining what it would be like to experience a weekend of ‘love without attachment.’