Erect Nipples – what do you think ladies?

Women know very well that many of us men get entranced by erect nipples. We become very easily distracted, have a difficult time maintaining our train of thought.
The wonderbra and other padded bras like that really kill the joys of a chilly day.

Nothing new there right?

My question is geared to for the ladies.
Do you also have this distraction? Are you enticed by a man (or woman if that is your preference) who has hard nipples pressing through their shirt?

While I have the laddies’ attention, are you intentionally hiding those lovely nipples from us?

Sexuality discussion from Facebook

This topic comes to us from the Facebook page:

I think we all know that it is far tougher for a lady to achieve an orgasm.

There are some obvious mechanics that need to be fulfilled to allow the ladies to acheive what we men can achieve with ease, sometimes with too damn much ease.

I think this post will be looking at three sub topics:
1 – Are you able to achieve an orgasm?
2 – If you are, what helps you get there more easily?
3 – For those that cannot have an orgasm with your lover, do you finish yourself off (either openly or privately) afterwards?

Violence Against Women Act – sexist or not?

I have to preface this with my support of victims of domestic violence, REGARDLESS of gender and this post is not intended to be misogynistic in any way.

The title alone begs the question of this legislation being gender based.

What is in this bill that is for women only? Why isn’t the title and wording more uni-sexual? Anti-Domestic Violence Act perhaps? Is the bill title to try to be something to brag about for women voters? “hey look what we passed, we actually give a shit!”

I would be interested in the response from any legislator when asked: “How will this help my brother, who is being abused by his wife?” I would also like to know how many resources that are in a city the size of Portland Oregon to help men that are being abuse today, then after the signing of this act into law.

Are there any centers for battered men? The answer is yes, but there are not many of them. Yes the numbers of abused women are staggering. some one and a half million women, but 830,000 men are domestic violence victims as well.

Concerned Women for America was noted as to have called it a boondoggle and created “an ideology that all men are guilty and all women are victims.”

Do we need more laws on the books for this, or do we have sufficient legislation in place? Does it just need to be enforced more, or correctly?

There were concerns by Sen Rubio over potential Constitutional issues having tribal courts prosecuting non-indians on indian lands. (If my white ass is arrested on tribal land, am I supposed to ask to speak with an ambassador?)

There are sections that specify women, but not men such as:

“. . .designed to assist Indian women and the dependents of those women who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking;. . .”

or we can look to section (45):

‘(45) RAPE CRISIS CENTER- The term ‘rape crisis center’ means–

‘(A) a nonprofit, nongovernmental, or tribal organization that provides intervention and related assistance, as specified in section 41601(b)(2)(C), to victims of sexual assault without regard to the age of the victims; or

‘(B) a governmental entity that–

‘(i) is located in a State other than a Territory;

‘(ii) provides intervention and related assistance, as specified in section 41601(b)(2)(C), to victims of sexual assault without regard to the age of the victims;

‘(iii) is not a law enforcement agency or other entity that is part of the criminal justice system; and

‘(iv) offers a level of confidentiality to victims that is comparable to a nonprofit entity that provides similar victim services.

Did you see any mention of not discriminating based on gender? I only saw age…


I did find a pair of sections that seem to alleviate my concerns:

‘(A) NONDISCRIMINATION- No person in any State shall on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability be denied the assistance of, or excluded from receiving services from, a grantee under any program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds made available under the Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (title IV of Public Law 103-322; 108 Stat. 1902), the Violence Against Women Act of 2000 (division B of Public Law 106-386; 114 Stat. 1491), the Violence Against Women and Department of Justice Reauthorization Act of 2005 (title IX of Public Law 109-162; 119 Stat. 3080), the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012, or any other program or activity funded in whole or in part with funds appropriated for grants, cooperative agreements, and other assistance administered by the Office on Violence Against Women.

‘(B) REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION- Nothing in this paragraph shall prevent consideration of an individual’s gender for purposes of a program or activity described in subparagraph (A) if the grantee involved determines that gender segregation or gender-specific programming is necessary to the essential operation of such program or activity. In such a case, alternative reasonable accommodations are sufficient to meet the requirements of this paragraph.

I have not read every word, because I have not found a true full text form. The “full text” form gives direction to insert, strike, or edit the original text.  With what I have read,  I don’t see much of a reason for it not to pass provided that it applies to all and benefits equally based on gender.

Truth in advertising

Yes I am a man…

Over the last number of years I have been noticing a trend in the bra market to enhance and take away from my enjoyment.

Ladies, you have what God gave you. A bra such as the Wonderbra may seem like a good idea, but remember when you take it off, you are still left with what God gave you.

These types of bras may give the appearance of a better shape or size which is fine if it makes you feel better about yourself. If it is done as an enticement, it is a let down when you finally get him home. More than likely he figured it out before you got to that truly intimate time though. I suspect that you wouldn’t like it much if you unzipped him and found his shape was simply a well placed athletic sock.

If you are wearing them as an enticement, keep in mind that we like to see a more natural motion. All that padding keeping the temperatures moderated… sigh… well we lose the pleasure of the unmentionable erect nipples that many (is not most) women find to be embarrassing. Now that may be an embarrassment that is born of (a feminine) societal pressure, and we have become accustomed to it. R101 will likely chime in on this, if not, I understand. 🙂

Of course there is the side that will take the stance that they are spoken for and they are not dressing for US, they are dressing for their men. Generally speaking, that is bullshit. We see it all the time, women dressing in a way that accentuated what they have, or the tiny dermal piercing at the top of their cleavage… Ladies, if you put that dermal piercing there, you no long have the right to bitch about my noting that it is there. Your cleavage at that point is on display with limelight.

Again, I am a man. I will enjoy the show that you put on for us. I will likely be discreet so that I do not offend. I am also known the quietly whisper into your ear that you look very nice, or attractive. It is not a come on, but an observation with no intent to creep you out or to be taken as sexual harassment.

Ladies, let the girls be who they want to be and who they are. More often than not we don’t care if they are large or small, lopsided what have you. We just enjoy them as they are. You can hide them if you like, but we would rather that you not.

Be honest with yourself, and the men who adore you how you are, whether you know they do or not.

Donna Summer – RIP

Another sadness in the music industry….

Donna Summer, the Queen of Disco has lost the fight with lung cancer.

She may have had her Last Dance, but we will remember her Hot Stuff for a generation or two.

My mother was working for a theater when Thank God It’s Friday was released. I think I saw the file a dozen times or better.

Though there was the backlash against disco, her music stood above much of the field.


Best Actress

So yesterday we talked about the best actor.

Today it is tit for tat, who is your favorite actress. Now, we are talking skills, it is not a beauty contest.

At or near the top of my list is Kathy Bates. I think the only role that she could not pull off is the cutesy brainless type character.

Should Affirmative Action for state university enrollment be continued?

This is more than should it have been used in the first place (kind of like the war in Iraq, we are already there (yes, I am aware we have withdrawn now)).

This is whether or not we should keep affirmative action in schools. (Employment may be a question later)

A great milestone for the Air Force

According to the Air Force News, on March 26th Lt General Janet Wolfenbarger was promoted to General. This is the four star general I am speaking of, the very FIRST female four star general in the Air Force.
I am very happy for her, her family, friends and the Air Force itself.
She has been serving for 32 years. This is not her only first.
She was part of the first class from the Air Force Academy that had women in its ranks.
Females only make up 9.1 percent of the officers in the Air Force and there are only 28 generals of any number of stars.

General Wolfenbarger, thank you for your service and your outstanding accomplishments.
/me renders a hand salute

Susan B Anthony screwed you women over

Gigglez had a really interesting thought today…

Susan B Anthony was a traitor to her gender.

How can she say that you ask…

Well here is the reasoning, Susan B Anthony fought tirelessly for women’s rights.

Had she left well enough alone, you gals could have spent today at home with your feet dangling in the pool with a margarita in your hand. Instead you are in the office, being treated like slaves, trying to keep up with the men.