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1:12 AM sissoucat commented on Savage Love.
@auntie grizelda

I know plenty of men in their 50s who may dream about women in their 20s or 30s but who would thank their lucky stars if they could land someone in her 40s who'd find them not too old nor too gross to bed.

I know of a guy in his late 20s who is quite put off with the immaturity of early 20s who still live at Momma's and Popa's and who think of him as an outings' provider more than as a companion. He's set his older limit in women at 50ish.

Maybe you should gravitate around men in their 60s, who'll be so happy to land a youngster like yourself, and who'll show you lots of appreciation for it, and I can vouchsafe that's a lovely experience, when one is no more in her early primes.

Why don't you try choir (not the church ones) ? Not many males there, but many do go there for female companionship - while the females goers are mostly married and/or quite uninterested in anything beyond singing. Since you're a musician I suppose you can sing from written scores, so you'd make an impression there.
12:53 AM sissoucat commented on Savage Love.
@Cat in fez

Mrawoaw, sister.
12:49 AM sissoucat commented on Savage Love.

Having never tried anal I do have a preconceived idea that I wouldn't like it, but I'm not firmly set in never trying it, ever. If I ever meet a guy who is experimentated at and enthusiastic about receiving anal, I would trust that person to have a firm grip on how it should be done to be enjoyable for the receiving end, and I would love to learn all about pegging from him, and I would probably give a trial to receiving as well.

But it's a sure thing that I won't ever try it with someone who thinks it's unnatural for himself to be on the receiving end.
12:49 AM sissoucat commented on Savage Love.
@seandr, nocutename

My point was that if anilingus - which I've learned to think of, by reading Dan, as a most necesary preliminary to anal sex - is not mainstream enough to be asked for (though I agree it can arise organically in the proceedings), then auntie grizelda should not overly worry about full-blown anal sex being the norm nowadays.
1:24 AM yesterday sissoucat commented on Savage Love.
@auntie grizelda

"Anal sex, from what I'm reading about in Dan's columns, is pretty much a given in GGG relationships these days."

I wouldn't say that : Dan said that oral was an given in vanilla sex. As for anal, he mentioned that many gays don't do anal, contrary to Repub suppositions.

I've never done anal and I have no curiosity on my own in doing it, at least on the receiving end. If a guy wanted to receive anal badly enough, I'd be quite game to give pegging a try though.

Out of the last handfull of sexual relationships, only one asked me pointedly (and repeatedly) if I would "do anal" with him. But since he always changed conversation after I'd reply "I don't see how that would be pleasurable for me, having no prostate that could be stimulated by anal, but since you do, how about me pegging you if you're eager for it, and after that we'll see ?", we never did anal after all.

I've never been asked for anilingus.
12:28 AM yesterday sissoucat commented on How Metal Is Your Period?.
Your ex has excellent taste. I love Django à la Créole and have their 3 CDs, which is no small feat since I'm not the collecting type. I try to go to their concert at least once a year when they're in France.

Evan Christopher is very cute in addition of being an amazing clarinettist, and on top of all that he's quite nice and friendly, and totally the gentleman. Whenever I mention Django à la Créole my kids joke "E-van is her boy-friend !" - even when I insist I don't have crushes on wedding-band wearing men. I've been told Don Vappie will join them in remplacement of Dave Blenkhorn, who can't tour as much since he's got a young family.

They're often in the US as well, and if you can go see them, I engage you to : you will definitely not lose your time !

Apr 13 sissoucat commented on How Metal Is Your Period?.
@laurax Oh, I get it now - sorry, non-native speaker here. Thanks for your kind explanation !
Apr 13 sissoucat commented on How Metal Is Your Period?.

It sounds like a male invented this question. How can anyone who's had periods, ever consider the possibility of the occurence of "a period of two weeks or more, inducing no depressed feelings" ?
Apr 13 sissoucat commented on How Metal Is Your Period?.
@62 I think I'm falling in love all over again : on top of everything else you're Creole with winemakers in your ancestry ! Swoon !

If you ever come to France, tell people your family is from Louisiana, they'll love you instantly : we're very big on distant sons and daughters who've been smothered by the evil Anglo-Saxons - probably because for once we're not the ones who did the smothering. Ask the Quebecois : we love them to bits.

Do you, by any chance, like New Orleans jazz and the band Django à la Créole ?

As for nicer laws for workers, well, we wouldn't ever have had them, had we not been in close proximity with communist states, and had the capitalists not been so afraid of losing all of their money in a sudden revolution, that they were ready to accommodate for some basic rights (like 30mn of paid time, used for the midday meal : do you have that ?). Nowadays communism is gone and the capitalists push back and we're gradually losing all those rights our ancestors fought for. Because "recession" and "austerity". There is no austerity for the 1%.
Apr 12 sissoucat commented on Police Beat: The Chicken of the Dog.
Chickens are locked chickens or are dead chickens in rural France.

Of course dogs chase chickens and kill them if they can, just like cats chase mice and kill them if they can ; doesn't mean they'll eat them, because they do it mostly for FUN. Just like we humans do. Have you never seen human kids chase pigeons ? Young kids would definitely kick them if they could catch them.

As for the training idea, farm dogs learn pretty fast not to chase their own chickens once they've killed their first, but chickens will never learn not to invade the neighbour's land. So in any case those chickens must be fenced, and then training the dog becomes optional. Besides, with no killed chicken to shame the dog into "never again", I don't see how the training could take hold.

As for chickens flying over the fence : any responsible chicken owner knows how to cut just one feather on the tip of one wing so that the bird can't fly.

So, nothing new under the sun.

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