Good and bad in The Town of Llareggub

  • Jan. 27, 2016, 11:48 p.m.
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Some randomness.

I hate when men have beards or mustaches. Don’t hate the men who have them, just can’t be physically attracted to them. While they still have the facial hair, at least.

I love smooth faces. Smooth skin turns me on a lot, though I don’t mind natural pubic hair on men.

I hate when men are liberal. I just can’t see them truly as men. I don’t hate the men who are liberal, again, just can’t maintain sexual attraction. Looking through the sexual lens here. Men who think guns are evil…well, that’s just laughable. They may as well be wearing a dick-shrinker, in my eyes.

I love men who are conservative leaning, libertarian, or something along those lines. Increases my attraction. Especially when a man speaks with great intellect about how socialism comes to be and how various liberal practices actually hurt the subjects they seek to help. Anything conservative and intellectual is like verbal foreplay, I swear. It always makes me want to suck a man’s dick and feel him physically restrain me with his surprisingly brute strength as he fucks me to kingdom come.

I love men who wear sumptuous fragrances. Jean Paul Gaultier for Men, Invictus by Paco Rabanne, Xeryus Rouge by Givenchy…that last one is an old favorite and perhaps my absolute favorite on a man. Worn properly, a nice cologne makes me want to get very physically close to a man, close my eyes, and just inhale deeply over and over again. Puts me in a trance. Always acutely increases my desire. While lack of cologne does not necessarily turn me off, knowing a man NEVER wears any is a bit of a let-down, and does overall make me desire him a little bit less.

There are other factors, of course, and curious neutralities. Like, a man who can fuck me while wanting to wear my lipstick or eyeliner sometimes does not turn me off. Like, if I found out my husband was secretly a crossdresser, and was still the same straight man who worshipped me, it wouldn’t really turn me on, but it wouldn’t bother me in the slightest. I’d see it as something sort of fun, even, on a social-interaction level.

When it comes to my occasional attraction to women, them being liberal or conservative is not a factor at all, though I do still like them in perfume, even if it is a man’s cologne. I do, however, prefer them not to have beards. As far as body hair, natural or shaved pubic hair on a woman are all fine with me, though legs and underarms that are never shaved do turn me off somewhat.

Ah, the mysteries of attraction…

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