TTWDWW: Men and Women

This Thing We Do with Words, a slight return.

Part Six

Men and Women

We clearly are not either programmed or hard-wired the same, and therein lies the real challenge…how do you write erotica for both sexes…can it even be done?

Whether it be adult film, or erotic literature, clearly women’s standards are much higher, and require a more sophisticated approach.

A man is less likely to sit through a great deal of artsy prologue to set up the characters or provide any motivation (other than pure lust) unless there is sufficient hard-core action to justify the investment in time, money or effort.

In this respect, men have been more drawn toward film, and less likely to read erotica, while film producers had to refine their game to appeal to a female audience.

One of my favorite erotic writers (see above, previous posts) described an erotic encounter quite splendidly in terms of narrative action, yet the way in which she described the dramatic action of the mental and emotional Flamenco dance going on within her character gave me insights into her psyche in a way that has illuminated my male perspective of sex and her push-pull dynamics of conquest, surrender, dominance, submission, victory and vindication and has left me forever changed, providing a new gold standard for my own writings; not to copy her style…so much as her outlook, or approach, as well as to view sex through a woman’s eyes, and feel it through her heart.

This is not just simple rhetoric, or choice of words, but rather a new paradigm for a three-dimensional description and analysis of everything sexual on many different levels.

After all, the smallest human brain dwarfs the even the largest human penis.

She also stated that as much as she feels comfortable with the word “pussy” she found herself perplexed by the use of the word as a derogatory expression of one man describing another man. She also appropriately asked if men like pussy so much, why would they use the word to insult each other?

I had to think about that one for awhile….

I have come to believe that it is out of fear and insecurity.

Macho bravado (and old-guard politics) aside, the only advantage men have over women would appear to be upper body strength, and possibly spatial equations.

Genetics and hormones easily account for the upper-body advantage. My own experiences involving police and fire department physical agility tests have reinforced the paradigm that when it comes to core strength as well as lower-body strength, we are about equal.

I also think the perceived advantage with spatial equations is a result of environmental and behavioral influences. After all, if a woman spends most of her life being told how “that” was nine inches despite the fact that it clearly wasn’t, it might get confusing….

Also, another friend of mine once coined the term “Magic Hat” to describe her vagina because it certainly did seem as if it was much larger on the inside than the outside. She was fortunate enough to have plenty of opportunity to prove it to be true….

So much for spatial equations.

Females on the other hand are routinely more robust and healthy at birth than males, and mature more quickly. The sexual superiority of women is inarguable. Now matter how sexually satisfied one man may be capable of rendering a woman, the chances are that two men could have done it better, and she would have been more than capable of thoroughly satisfying both of them.

Not to mention that the vagina in the toughest, strongest, and most resilient organ in the universe. Stretch it, and she begs for more. Pummel and pound it with a penis (or two) until there is not an erg of energy left in your body and she may love you for it if you do it right, but most men will not be lucky enough to stay awake long enough to hear her thank them for it afterwards.

(It’s not our fault…in the days of our progenitors, those sleep-inducing hormones secreted after ejaculation probably allowed the female to escape Homo Erectus’ cave after being dragged there, so as to facilitate the perpetuation of the species.)

Now the tables are turned to where the latter-day cave-man (Homo Moronicus) believes “you don’t pay her to have sex with you…you pay her to leave”.

Man has clearly not evolved as rapidly as the female of the species, and deep within our souls, we know it.

“It can stretch a mile before it will tear an inch” and still snap back like a new rubber band. If men had to birth children, most would die of shock from the pain, and we would have become an extinct species long ago.

Like a Timex watch…they can “take a lickin’ and keep on ticking”…(in more ways than one).

It’s more like a matter of misplaced Envy of something they do not understand, and few men are capable of comprehending anything that can bleed for five days and not die.

Because even the most feminine and “girly” women are so characteristically underestimated and marginalized by most men, “tom-boys” and lesbians intimidate those men in dysfunctional and unhealthy ways that often result in derision and fear.

God bless all women everywhere in all of their magnificent diversity. I still cannot comprehend how they find us attractive at all, or why they are not all lesbians…I know that if I were a woman, I would be.

Balls, the twin symbols of everything masculine, on the other hand are so unnaturally sensitive as to render men vulnerable and fearful. If you were to treat them as roughly as one might a raw egg, even the most virile chest-beating alpha-male can be rendered into a quivering, sobbing mess. Regardless of Achilles’ heel, I can guarantee his balls were even weaker.

In my life, I can only remember less than a half-dozen times when I was fortunate enough to simultaneously bed two women with enough stamina and endurance that they both expressed they had had enough…at least of me, and for the time being.

Most of the rest of the times, I felt more like a novelty or toy shared between them as they pleasured each other in my most grateful presence.

Most men are just not vagina-friendly and don’t understand the difference between liking “pussy” and loving women.

Namasté

नमस्ते

Chazz Vincent

04/23/2015

 

13 Responses to “TTWDWW: Men and Women”

  1. *nodnodnod*

    /GRIN/

    . . . the smallest human brain . . .

    Indeed. 😉

    This whole post brought a huge smile to my face. 🙂 Thank you.

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  3. An interesting read, I would point out that calling a man a dick is also an insult. Juliet said, “It is not hand nor foot nor any other part belonging to a man.” The gender specific names of parts mean more than a Montague or Capulet. In Isaac Asimov’s book “The Gods Themselves” he has a description of alien masturbation that succeeds in being erotic and alien at the same time. Whether it’s kink or perversion often depends on whether the listener/viewer likes it.

    • Well, the Capulets *were* a bit cocky. 😛

    • Indeed. and well-stated. In our politically correct culture, male bashing is not only tolerated, but often tacitly condoned. The pendulum swings in both directions…(I was a paramedic working in an ER staffed predominately by middle-aged, bitter female Rn’s for a brief but unpleasant period of time).
      Now I need to read Asimov’s account…(I’d probably enjoy it)…As they say “Kinky is with a feather, perverted is with the whole chicken”.
      Thanks for the comment.
      Namasté
      नमस्ते
      Chazz Vincent

    • In truth, when we objectify anyone, we “thing” them out of existence as a human being . It is easy to take offense, but it is they who limit and denigrate themselves and in so doing diminish the quality of their own lives.

      C.V.

  4. The Woman Invisible Says:

    omg – this is the best!

  5. “…and possibly spatial equations.” this cracked me up. I do see many things men are better at. It just isn’t ALL men. : ) I also don’t believe that women have a corner on any market – well, possibly birth and menses.

  6. Seriously, I’ve pondered that pussy calling tendency. I wondered if it’s just a learned derogatory term. My overworked imagination with no basis thinks it’s a rejection of something so deeply desired and pleasurable but yet so completely foreign and alien. Besides – what’s the alternative – a male population that admires and respects…then they’d all be pussy-whipped. The Vagina just can’t win! As for “dick” as a derogatory word…Pussy definitely wins that competition over a longer time and in usage. Guys call guys those particular names more than women call women them.

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