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I thought I'd put in my toothy two-cents.
There seems to be a lot of controversy lately about how you define what a Woman is. I would say it is in the eyes of the beholder. You could look at them more closely. As a man I would say they are all soft and bumpy, and don't look like me. Quite likely she is capable of giving me pleasure because of what I have, and what she doesn't have in one respect, and what she does have and I don't have in another respect. Our differences attract us to each other. I get this "fear of being rejected" by them if I let myself get too involved. Oh, but it is a pleasure to admire their beauty. I have studied the superior sex from afar. I've explored my share in relationships, and I never miss an opportunity to open a door for them, or be some sort of moral support. I'm not the kind of guy that would "cat-call" or to gossip about a woman. Classier heads will always prevail. Technically she doesn't have a Y chromosome, and she can easily hide this fact..... Well if she can hide it, then she isn't a woman. I grew up with an older sister who was brought up by my Mom who helped her discover her hidden talents, they were talents indeed. My Mom was the self-driven, independent force for us younger siblings to give us good work ethics and to never give up. My Mom was the woman who played the role of bread-winner over the years, and she also taught us to do the same. My Mom taught me how to be civilized, but she did not have the capabilities to show me what it was to be a Man, my Dad took on that part of my mentorship.