Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Am I the only woman who feels this way???

I have a friend. He is a male friend. and he is a horndog.

5 years ago I thought his behavior was mildly amuzing but borderline annoying (seriously....who likes having a convrsation with someone that gets interupted every 5 minutes because a hot girl walks by)

Now...well lets just say the constant refrences to MILF's and other fun terms for women is wearing thin.

Don't get me wrong. I like...no no LOVE compliments.

But sometimes I wonder if I am alone in disliking the super charged sexual ones.

Yes I am a woman.
Yes I have curves.

but am I not also a person?

I mean...I'm not just some "real doll" sitting around waiting to be bought for someones pleasure alone.

So my dear readers (all 16 of you...because I know you are reading this rebecahhhhh!)

I pose this question.

Do you find it annoying when someone looks at the opposite sex as nothing more than a sexual object?

Or am I just a prude (rebecahhhh and laura because you know me in real life I know you are laughing your butts off at the thought of anyone considering me a prude...it's ok lol)


Megs said...

I am somewhat of a feminist...and I HATE when men look at women (or women look at men) like they are just a sexual being. You have been validated. :D

Captain Cleavage said...

Thank the lord and baby jesus I am not the only one! lol

Rebecca said...

lol..."thank the lord and baby Jesus." - that always makes me laugh! Hm...I wonder what male friend you're talking about? Hmmm... I think stuff like that bothered me more when I was single & in the dating field. Both you and I know what it's like to have a guy talk to our chest. lol...but I do agree, it gets kind of played out. Especially if it's the same old, same old. Now that I'm older, hearing it just sort of reminds me of Beavis & Butthead...pimply-faced, geeky teenage guys.

Captain Cleavage said...

yay rebecahhhh. and yes you sleuthy woman you it is who you are thinking of :)

But it isn't even just him.

It's everywhere!

I think it bothers me because I rememeber the feelings growing up when my guy friends would talk about the "hot chick" in class. i wasn't skinny and pretty so i knew they didn't talk about me that way.

and when I was a senior it got around that I had great boobs (seriously though it took those shmucks four year to notice the chhi-chi'??? they aren't exactly hard to miss!)
and a guy (who I secretly had a crush on) asked me out..because he wanted to play with my boobies (the asshole actully said that)

So yeah I am botherd by the oversexualization. I guess I just don't want my kid to suffer the way I did.