Too Many Women are Still Being Labelled Slut
Slut Labels on Twitter
Every 10 seconds, someone on Twitter called a woman a ‘slut’ and ‘whore’ – it’s also been revealed that most of the inflammatory comments were made by women … according to accurate think-tank figures just released by Demos…
“David expected perfection from her. In almost every undertaking.
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That even included checking her composure when she walked. He ensured that she sauntered at a constant even tempo. Like one of those ponies you see at the circus. Head up high, knees brought up sharply, and paces to be taken at regular intervals. If you walked with David, you had to high-step with dignity and style. Like a pantomime unicorn…”
Extract from Slutting the Globe, out now on Amazon and also on NOOK Books.
Apparently a Man Only #bookclub has been set up in California
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They have a cardinal rule: “No books by women about women ” I thought I would offer up a reading list, to get them started :
A Room of One’s Own by E V Odle
The Second Sex by Simon de Beauvoir
Houston, Houston, Do You Read? by James Tiptree, Jr.
Indiana by George Sand
A Long Fatal Love Chase A.M. Barnard
There, that should get them going… If all the above fail, try the The Taming of the Shrew by Mary Sidney…
Male scorpionflies “call” females by emitting long-range pheromones. Females fly to them, once called.
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After they have drawn the perfect female to their nest, they engage in prolonged premating associations. These rituals are complicated, the male does not mind taking the risk that she flies away before coupling … If she does, it proves she was not the “right one” for him…
There was a problem getting to Tartu. Apparently, no one in the UK has heard of the place!
So he had to fly me into Tallinn – it then takes 2 hours to get to Tartu by train.
Dorpat. Door-mat more like! It looks like a barracks. Single beds and spartan conditions
Hidden secret of his City:
The cells of the KGB
Not really a museum. More a walk down a hallway into a sad past.
The 4D cinema in the mall. Lots of fun!
Cleverness: 6/10 loses marks for taking me to the cells
Instigation: 7/10 gains marks for meeting me at the station
Thoughtfulness: 7/10 Any gained marks were lost when he didn’t push the beds together
Nobleness: 8/10 But maybe that was him being ‘noble’. I wish he took the initiative
Connection: 6/10 Not bad since he is not a fluent English speaker
Goal Setting: 8/10 Very good. His choice of hotel let him down
Culture: 8/10 Sweet guy. Very thoughtful. Clean and tidy. Attentive. Bit introspective.
Humour: 3/10 Almost none
Spontaneity: 5/10 Should have taken me to another hotel once he knew I hated the door-mat.
Bedtime Skills: 1/10 No excitement. No lust.
Focused and smart, Kunegan was slightly more in love with his iPad than with me. But I was met at the train station with flowers. That was a very thoughtful gesture. Then we went to a bar where he outlined our ‘date’ in more detail. I liked the way he had things all planned out. It gave me quite a thrill for him to take charge. His English was quite good, but he had difficulties with humour. I was unable to get a laugh out of him – which was a bit of a turn off. I did not like the KGB Museum much. That says more about him than me though! But the movie was fun. That made me fall for him a bit … because I realized that he has a lighter side. The hotel was not conducive to romance. He did not push the beds together. He had a shower and then re-dressed. I thought that was a big turn-off.
Kunegan was a little deep for my taste. But he had a lighter side. He just didn’t let it me see it much. Romance was poor and he was far from confident. The passion was not there. Lovemaking was nonexistent. Nice guy. Just not lusty enough for me. Sex could never be significant with Kunegan. There was too much pressure on him. I’ll have to watch out for that in the future. And I must try to take some pressure away from the fella.