Perfectly Said..

”I do not want to be the leader. I refuse to be the leader. I want to live darkly and richly in my femaleness. I want a man lying over me, always over me. His will, his pleasure, his desire, his life, his work, his sexuality the touchstone, the command, my pivot. I don’t mind working, holding my ground intellectually, artistically; but as a woman, oh, God, as a woman I want to be dominated. I don’t mind being told to stand on my own feet, not to cling all that I am capable of doing but I am going to be pursued, ******, possessed by the will of a male at his time, his bidding.” --Anais Nin

It just does not get any better than that.....well, at least in my book!

1oldsnoopydoll 1oldsnoopydoll
56-60, F
2 Responses May 20, 2012

snoopy-girl...I am touched deeply that you value this Anais Nin quote. I have always thought it to be the Sum and Essence of her, and now I know that these words, this thought, expresses you as are a gem of a woman ! S.Y.B.N.

"and dunno about you lot but I'm not doing anyones bidding any time soon...LOL" <br />
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No, I don't see that happening! LOL<br />
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Like you, I'm willing to cooperate with others, but when people start telling me what to do, it raises my ire, perhaps unlike you, LOL.<br />
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If they are paying me and it falls within the limits of the job desc<x>ription or makes logical sense, then I don't give a ****, I'm willing to go along to get along. It is so much easier to let things slide

Oops! LOL! I didn't even notice! I will fix it...DONE! LOL!

Thank you! Lol ;-) xxxx

To me it all depends on how it is said in the context of "telling". I work in a high octane position wearing many hats at the same time. Depending on how the person has treated me in the past, I just let it slide. To me, this is a story about passion that sometimes occurs between a man and a woman. Believe me, if the man were right, I would cooperate to my utmost. :)

It is compelling, in a primal kind of way, and, of course, whatever turns you on is what matters....

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