23 February 2007

Sex & Chocolate (Part 2)

Honestly, I did not want to revisit this article, especially page three. But, I said I would, so... here I am.

I really do know for a fact that there are a lot of women who have sex with their partner even when they do not desire it. And, I agree, it is not a good idea, it is detrimental to the relationship as a whole. But, I also know that there are times when a person doesn't really desire it, until it is initiated... then suddenly find, "oh yeah, that WAS a good idea." Unless it wasn't a good idea... sex with some people is never a good idea.

Ya know, really... I am so done with this article, and this woman. It makes me so angry that anyone would project their sexual difficulties onto an entire gender. Her story turns my stomach. I'm sad for her, sickened by her, and really... I just want to go buy her a brownie, and burn every copy of her book that was printed.

And that, my friends, is part two... the final chapter. There MUST be something better to read out there.


CamiKaos said...

I couldn't agree more. I have no problem with her, or anyone have a sexual "problem" and wanting to discuss it but I think her saying that people need to accept their libidos and then casting that on an entire gender to... i don't know console herself... makes me feel like she hasn't accepted anything. and it pisses me off... I think I'll go have sex now to spite her...

Bubblewench said...

I agree too. She was wrong to inmpose her sexual disfunction on an entire gender. We all need to be done with this article. It's a waste of space and time.