Tag: Women

To hunt or be hunted?!

It has been commonly stated that men are hunters and what they truly desire, they will hunt for it like a starved wolf to no avail. We women should sit back and do the traditional thing, wait to be preyed on. But how much of this theory is actually true?

Me, an individual not very interested by rules but traditional with some of my views was discussing this topic with another rule bending close one. Her stance has been to go up and approach the one you like without a blink of an eye, whereas I have always held the traditional view that the male should make the first move. 

Well as I am much older than the age that I first adopted this view which was to partly cover up my low confidence and protect me from any possible rejection, I have started to question this ideology just a bit. 

I like to look at the world as a collective regardless of gender and I tend to look at both sides to every story to get a really clear objective. This being said, I have decided to look more into the feelings and thoughts of the males who are knowingly or unknowingly being held to this historical view. 

If you are not a confident person or quite frankly your love interest makes you quiver at the thought of “Hello”, how is it logically possible that you should be relied upon to hunt this being out. 

Does it make you less womanly for doing the job for him by making the first approach and does it make him less manly for not having the courage!? Well my friend has now decided that she is going to refrain from approaching guys because she feels that she is emasculating the very male that she wants due to taking on the “masculine role”. 

“The emasculation of men is taking place everyday with the lack of dependent women”, I was told by a woman at an inspirational event. This in turn could possibly be the reason that men approaching women is currently at an all time low. They simply feel unneeded and in my most recent experiences, I have learned that people love to be needed. 

Some men have said that they think there is nothing more sexy than a woman who knows what she wants, so why should a woman approaching a man be any different?

I do believe that the more rules the more complicated situations can be because it can leave less room for a natural flow, resulting in pressure and judgement to live up to the status quo. So I am a great believer in living life by your own standards which means going up to that cutie regardless of what sex you are and asking them out. You never know, maybe your prospective lover might have been praying to be hunted by you! 


Home Grown or Plastic Fantastic?!

No matter where you turn, you can not get away from the media. The media is suppose to reflect all the things that’s wrong with us and all the things that’s right with us or shall I say, all the things we should desire. 

Well, womanly beauty is everywhere. All over magazines, in music videos, on websites and on billboards. With the many platforms that beauty is advertised, the pressure is on to live up to the unachievable beauty demands. We have now calmed down on the breast implant stage and moved into the bum implant stage. Women with implanted or injected bums are now the rage. Gone are the days when a natural ample bottom such as Jennifer Lopez’s are more satisfactory. 

Now are the days where overly disproportionate bottoms are being bought in back streets at an accessible rate for any woman who desires it without a single contemplation as to what substance is being used. Some women have actually died from having concrete injected into their bottoms to achieve their bootylicious derrière where as others have suffered ruptures that have been near fatal. 

Nicki Minaj has been coined the new JLo of this era. I think this is a little far fetched seeing as one of them grew theirs and the other one achieved it over night on the operating table. I respect Nicki Minaj’s talent as an artist and I think she is a beautiful woman. I believe that everybody should have the prerogative to change what they do not like about themselves because I believe that everybody has a right to their own happiness but what I do not agree with is it being at another’s expense. 

Nicki has often made digs at other women’s body’s in her songs, calling women “skinny bitches” and “boney”. This is humorous yet unjust seeing as she was once a “skinny bitch” before she had her surgeries. Is it right to attack others who have the insecurities you once had but do not have the means to hold themselves in high esteem?!? That is a question that I feel some people should ask themselves before they try to upgrade themselves to the mean girl camp. 

Quite often on entertainment websites, I see them providing time to shed light on Rihanna’s or Karreuche Tran’s “struggle booty” but this just disgusts me. Fair enough a slimline physique may not be everyone’s cup of tea but to attack women because their bodies are not naturally built a certain way is just appalling. Women have so many things to be insecure about on their own, I don’t think they need anyone else adding their two cents to their list! 

I feel that women are beautiful in all their shapes and sizes. It’s all in how you work with what you were given. I would never rule plastic surgery out but I will always appreciate an authentic, natural body to a body perfectly sculpted with a scalpel. I think looking at these surgically enhanced bodies are interesting ways to see how the specifications of beauty have changed but we should never hail them over a homegrown body! That’s just my opinion, what do you think? 


Can Guys & Girls be “just friends”?

Lately I’ve been asking myself this question, well I say lately, what I mean is for a couple of years now. I have been looking at the platonic relationships between guys and girls and I’ve been wondering if they really can be “just friends”.

I think this question came about when a good long time male friend of mine, decided to cut ties after 7 years of friendship. This came as quite a shock seeing as this person was a best friend of mine whom I’d practically lived with on occasion, sharing everything including his bed. His mother became a second mother and I was thought of as part of the family.

Well one day I noticed a little different behaviour. Behaviour we as friends had never included in our friendship. (For the purpose of this persons identity I will not disclose everything). I dusted off this behaviour even then though it did alert me somewhat. A close person suggested to this person that we should become an item and he stated, she does not view me that way. It was from then onwards that I would not hear from this person again. As I spoke to other males of his star sign , I was enlightened and found out that he could not just be my friend because he needed to be my partner.

This made me think. Women are made out to be clingy and over emotional, whilst men are deemed logical and detached. So it would seem that women would find it difficult to be “just friends” with a guy that they fancied and who did not feel the same way. But with my constant research, it has proven to be quite the other way.

I have personally experienced and witnessed more and more the shut down of male and female friendships due to the lack of interest of the female willing to take it further. It’s like the guys make believe that they can be friends but then you start seeing less conversation, less interest than before, which equals the shut down of the friendship.

Most females I talk to say and have shown that they have no problem being friends with an ex, someone new or someone that wants a physical relationship with them, myself included. But this usually never winds up happening because the male is unable to accept that it will be just friendship and ends up being cold and unfriendly. This leads me on to my next theory/debate.

Is it possible for guys to actually have intentions to be just your friends and nothing else? I was discussing this with my sister the other day and I told her that it is very very rare for a guy to approach girl and only have intentions of being her friend. When it comes down to the bone of things, I have never seen this happen. I have never seen or experienced a guy wanting to be friends with a female because she seemed like a “cool” girl to be friends with. I say this because this actually happened to me the other day. I was stopped by a guy who decided to comment on how “cool” my clothes were and then said he would like to take me to dinner and hang out with me because I seem like a “cool” girl. As I do, I read through the lines and realised that he was interested in me in more than just a platonic level, which I stated and he confirmed. The wanting to “hang out” with me was just a cover up for the obvious.

Usually I’ve seen guys be friends with girls they are not attracted to, that they know through work or some other mundane connection. And the contact that they have with these friends is usually not as much, in comparison to the amount they have with their male friends. But these friendships have been built out of circumstance. Whereas, when a male chooses to approach a female to be “friends” with outside of daily circumstances, it is more often than not a cover up to get closer to her on a personal level. Due to this, most females decline the friendship because they know that, that guy may want more which in turn makes it harder to trust them and to save the awkwardness/drama of when the guy decides to cut them off when he realises that this friendship will not develop further!

To conclude, I have seen and so believe that it is possible for women to be friends with someone they are attracted to whom does not feel the same way but It appears that men find this to be quite a challenge.

These are just a few things I have been considering and scaling over in my mind. What do you think?

For marriage or For fun?!

Recently, I have spoken to a few of my single friends and as I do, I formed a deep discussion on what they deem to be their perfect partner.

Well to my surprise, as I was absorbing their idealistic view points, I was astonished when they divulged to me that they feel marriage material males are guys who they deem less attractive.

They had been dating for a while and began to express how they were really attracted to a few guys but ended the dates short when they thought of marriage. When I asked why this was so, they elaborated this point for me, “you don’t want a really attractive partner because those males are not serious and they will be constantly attracting attention, which you don’t want to have to worry about”. Hmmmm…

I had never looked from this point of view. Is it really true that the attractive guys are here to live infinite lives of playing the field?! and is it really true that they would never give up that lifestyle due to all the attention they get?! These were questions and views I had never considered.

As I scanned the coffee shop that we were having this discussion in, I noticed a few rather attractive males seated with whom I assumed to be there partner.

To the girls it was a common consensus but I couldn’t help but say that maybe this opinion was a barrier to keep the ladies from falling in love?! Maybe it was there own insecurities creeping in?!

When we usually first come in to contact with a person we like, it is because their appearance has pleased our eyes resulting in us feeling a physical attraction. We then want to find out if this attraction will be deeper than this by seeking for this pleasure given to our eyes but inwardly.

I do not know of anyone who deep down inside does not want a partner that they are as physically attracted to as well as mentally attracted to. It is difficult for me to comprehend that a person would seek a person who they are not physically attracted to for marriage without having any underlying insecurities.

What an unhappy life you would lead knowing that secretly you would rather your partner was more attractive. Do not get me wrong, I am not a superficial lady at all but we have to be honest with ourselves and admit that we do like things that please our eyes first.

I do believe that there is someone for everyone and that person exceeds your desires. I do not and will not believe in settling for anything other than the best, whatever your best might be. Think the best & you shall get the best!

Astrology Prevails!

After re-reading some pages from my book, How To Spot A Bastard By His Star Sign, I haven’t nodded my head or giggled so much since the first time I saw it. I have to say with me being quite big on astrology, I feel the authors Adèle Lang & Susi Rajah couldn’t have said everything in this book any better than I would have. My personal favourite section is on the Pisces male. I can 100% say that with my history of attracting these males, Lang & Rajah have summed up this sign to a T!

With this book, I love how the authors express these males with no bars held. It’s also quite funny that they give advice on how to leave these males through the examining of their characteristics. A truly humours, honest book with conformational details for us astrology buffs. Dare to have a glare!