I guess the thing that has me wondering now is lesbians. Not the type most guys fantasize about, i.e. 2 swimsuit models going at it on a beach in the tropics, but the other end of the lesbian spectrum. The ones that try to look as little like women as possible, the ones with the crew-cut, the ones with the plaid flannel shirt, the ones with the work boots, the ones that put a y in their name...womyn.... so this way they don't have any man associated with them, and the ones with a deep desire to see all men dead. The ones that most guys don't fantasize about, and if you are the type of guy who fantasizes about this second group............................well lets just leave it at that, these are the ones that have me wondering. I find a hypocrisy in their way of dressing, or the lack of dresses thereof, a contradiction if you will.
Here it is, why if these lesbians hate men, do they try to emulate men as much as possible? Again this sector of the lesbian universe generally hates men but they try to look likeas much like men as possible. Am I the only one who finds this puzzling? This action seems a bit contrary. If one hates men, the logical course of action would be to put as much distance between ones self and anything masculine as possible. In effect become the most feminine person possible, eschew anything related to men, crew-cuts..... nope, plaid flannel shirts....nope, work boots all lthe time..... nope, still hate men..... yep. You get the general idea, anything related to the Y chromosome is bad, it is to be repelled, cast into the blazes of Hades.........exiled forever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Never to be seen again save for a faded and distant memory.
This is not the way.....the opposite is true..... the maleness, it is celebrated, it is integrated, it is finally fused into the culture of this segment of the lesbian world. It becomes part of the lesbian landscape. Why? I don't know....but perhaps the answer was given to me by a friend.....who said "They are the chicks so ugly no guy would touch them."
Until next time.