Last night was my first date with Jennifer in a couple of weeks.
She looked absolutely fantastic. Every time I see her, she just looks better and better.
We went out for dinner together. I had duck and she had chicken. It was a splendid meal. Then we went back to my place and had rough sex (Jennifer loves being slapped and hit). This morning, I drove her back to her place.
Then I picked up Emily. She’s off work on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, so she came with me to drop off the food to the food bank. Tonight, Toi is off work. Tomorrow night, it’s Danielle.
Some women say, “objectification of women is wrong.” Wrong? Wrong in what way? Let’s take a look at how everyone and everything – including women themselves – objectify women:
The top women’s magazines – Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Vogue, Cosmopolitan – all objectify women like crazy. And who are the editors and photographers in those magazines? Women.
When a woman wants to go out to “Ladies’ Night,” even though she knows very few men will be there, she dresses to the nines. She tells herself, “it’s about my confidence.” Your confidence? No, you’re objectifying yourself to be a nice thing to look at, even by other women.
Look at the explosion of the selfie. And who are taking the most selfies? Women, by far. They make sure they get the camera angle right to include their cleavage and can spend hours in front of a mirror getting ready for the perfect shot.
Women objectify themselves instinctively. They make themselves into an object for men, for other women, even for themselves.
Men don’t spend hours in front of a mirror trying to look “perfect,” or complain we have nothing to wear when we have a closet full of clothes, or want to be cat-called when we walk down the street. But women sure do. Despite how much women complain about that stuff, they need it. They have to objectify themselves to feel validated.
In 2014, Feminist Jessica Valenti hated being cat-called as she walked down the street and criticized the patriarchy for cat-calling. When it stopped, within 12 months, she lamented, “I hate that our culture makes me miss it” (Valenti, 2015). Women want to be cat-called. It reinforces their belief that they look good. It strokes their ego. It plays to their basal instincts that they’re a desirable object. They’re not cat-calling your sparkling personality or university education, sweetheart. They’re cat-calling a nice ass and pair of tits.
Objectification of women is natural for both men and women. Anything less than raw objectification of women opposes nature itself.
And, if you haven’t noticed, nature is the biggest misogynist of all.
She was much more open than before. I still wouldn’t say she was talkative, but she did talk a fair bit more than she did at the bonfire.
She looked fantastic last night. She wore a little black dress, black thigh highs, black heels and very light makeup. Her natural red lips were the highlight of her face.
After dinner, we went back to my place. Danielle was working late again last night, so we had the place to ourselves. We ended up sleeping together and I’ll tell you, shy girls will do things to you that can blow you away. She became totally uninhibited and really showed her true colours in bed. She was phenomenal.
Jennifer is off tonight, so we’re going out to dinner.
I spoke with Danielle this morning about why she and now Isabella are bringing me all these girls.
She said it was because she wants me to keep her. But she also said something else very important.
She said that lately I’ve been questioning myself to her and she wants me to know it’s my confidence that attracted her to me in the first place. Her suggestion is to just assume that I deserve all the good things that come my way and that will keep my confidence high.
She’s right, of course. I have been questioning myself lately and I need to stop it.
Isabella called and asked if she could come over for another bonfire tonight. She says she’d like to bring a friend for me to meet.
I said yes (of course) but this is getting kind of ridiculous. I don’t understand why my girls keep introducing me to new girls. Is it because I buy them all dinner twice a week? I don’t think it’s about money, but I just don’t understand why they keep doing this. I’m going to talk to Danielle tomorrow and get her to find out from the girls why they do this.
Some girls don’t. Jennifer and Toi have never tried to introduce me to another girl. But Danielle and now Isabella have.
Dinner went well last night. The girls all got along very well.
I asked Isabella to join our group and she agreed, so now there’s 5 of us.
After dinner, Danielle and Isabella came back to my place where we had sex in front of Danielle to cuckquean her. Isabella said she loved the idea of doing it and Danielle always loves it (especially with a new girl), so they both said they had a good time.
And Isabella was outstanding in bed.
It’s going to be exhausting keeping up with all these girls but I’ll die trying! hehe.