I find the “get back in the kitchen” groups on Facebook funny rather than offensive, not in the usual way that people find them funny though. Every educated, smart girl finds them offensive but are too scared about what guys would think of them to say that they don’t find them funny. People would defend them by saying that they are all in good fun and not serious, because we (Australians) now live in an “equal” society (which we don’t), but it didn’t used to be “equal”. The interesting thing about living in today’s society is that I am very aware that I am brighter than most of my male counterparts, and will end up being more successful and making more money than the majority of them (not that I necessarily believe that money and success are unanimous). Therefore, making them laughable rather than offensive. I love seeing men trying to grasp the little but if power that they have, desperate for it, ecstatic when they think they’ve found it. I can see right through them I guess you could say. They want to be the big guy, feel united in their manhood by thinking the same thing etc etc. It’s like when an ugly man believes he deserves a beautiful woman just because he is a man, and chastises “ugly” women, even though society would class him as ugly himself. Soz, I know it’s the in thing to be completely insensitive and disregard all social graces these days.
Lying on your bed bare skinned with goosebumps with the fan on listening to the rain hit the leaves listening to you breathe resting in your hand resting on my chest licking my dry lips stretching my calves cracking your toes lying on my tummy kissing were your lips join feeling your breath your chest skin on my back skin your chest skin on my chest skin sharing the warm.