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That para question of Carrie's last week I've found myself thinking about it constantly. Sure as hell, there IS a difference between men and women in how they want / perceive their mates. Let me say this, before I even start. What follows is OPINION - and probably half-baked at that. I think that women want a man who will provide for them. Now what is meant by 'provide' will depend on the individual woman - but I feel that a woman wants (mostly) material things - a house, clothing, food - and especially, the feeling that she is protected by the male.
A man on the other hand? I think that sexual satisfaction is prevalent amongst his wishes - BUT? The fact that other men KNOW that he's taken care of in this regard is important. That's why he may prefer a dumpy woman in bed - but wants a starlet type on his arm in public. (Us poor sissies? I think that if we're in a group where we KNOW that all the males are sissies? Then we want a handsome, domineering women - and us taking HER arm!).
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I said I don't advertize on this blog - but there are exceptions when I do something a wee bit unusual. I make no pretense that I publish books on Lulu, Smashwords - and recently Amazon Kindle. When I first started self publishing, I was involved in Lulu only. I used Dave Bishop's cartoons for three of my covers. "Safe House for Sissies": "Sissie Debasement": and "Making a Man a Maid". They were absolutely fine - but as I expanded - it became increasingly obvious that making the cartoons fit the cover requirements for Smashwords and Kindle was just too difficult.
So? This is to warn any of you that purchased those original books. They are being re-issued as the same titles under different covers, and now, even though they contain an additional novelette, please don't buy them -you've already spent money.
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The story that follows is one of my earlier ones. I was often criticized (probably rightly so) - that my males were wimps. In this story, the ending is a wee bit different.
(BTW? I always knew that I was prolific, but getting my stories together to fit into books for sale has made me a wee bit more organized. I was quite amazed this morning to find that I wrote 123 stories, 70 novelettes - and god knows how many custom stories. I don't write any more, but must admit to being a wee bit on the proud side. I DID write a lot!).
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Now for a few bits by Rosie: