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Todd and I were out driving and skimming trough radio stations when we came across yet another one of those talk shows where people call in and embarrass themselves in public. We didn't  listen very long; bad judgement may be contagious. What I want to know is this: How can a person be unable to discuss a problem in an intimate relationship with the intimate partner, yet be able to air it in a public forum? Supposedly, your partner is your closest friend. You're killing the intimate bond every time you go outside the relationship to discuss a private matter.

As for the "I'm too shy to discuss sex with my partner" argument, it's ridiculous. Once you've had intimate relations, it's hard to argue that you're shy. If you have a truly intimate bond, you should feel comfortable discussing sex in a private, loving, adult manner. Talk show hosts, co-workers, and passing aquaintances have no place in these discussions. Only those who are juvenile, attention-starved, or lacking in good judgement go public with intimate matters.
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First of all, an easy-going personality. There's a lot to be said for peace and quiet.

Second, empathy.
 
Third, a combination of creativity and intelligence. Brains are no good without imagination.

Looking back, all of my boyfriends have been super smart and have had even tempers. Brains make me swoon, but I won't put up with a jerk.

What do you  look for? 

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