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An adult double standard I never thought of before

October 3rd, 2009 at 02:49 am

How come women can think a man sexy while he is fixing something, but a man can't think a woman is sexy while cleaning. (least not without being told he is sexist and misogynist, and backwards, and whatever else feminists come up with)

I doubt any woman really cares what that the man is working on, it is the wonderful muscles in the arm industriously employed. Arms we can imagine wrapped around us. (after the honey-do task is done, or at least begun)

And I doubt men find dusting sexy, not sure mine would notice one way or the other. It is the standing on tiptoe in that French maids outfit (even if the outfit is only in his mind).

So why is one demeaning while the other encouraged?

Speaking of French maid outfits, I was in France and didn't see a single maid wearing one. (sorry to disappoint you fellows)

Oh any my guy doesn't fix cars, and I don't dust, I just pulled generic themes.

Come to think of it, when don't men find healthy women sexy?

4 Responses to “An adult double standard I never thought of before”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    To your last question. Never.

  2. homebody Says:

    Hey I disagree. My DH finds nothing sexier than a pregnant woman doing the dishes.

  3. LuxLiving Says:

    Good point!

  4. Broken Arrow Says:

    At the risk of sounding like a sexist, I would find a woman in a french maid outfit dusting to be incredibly sexy! Um... but perhaps not for the right reasons.... Big Grin

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