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  10. I do think it is true that you need to accept each other's preferences. My husband, for instance, has always accomodated my desire to be spanked, though he had no personal interest in spanking before he knew me. It seems perfectly reasonable therefore that I should accomodate his preference for me to wear sexy underwear, among other things. Give and take. Of course, I also find it sexy to feel that I am pleasing him by wearing the underwear he likes, I like it when he tells me what he wants me to wear, or when he's away and he rings up he always asks what I'm wearing, "You're not wearing BKs (boring knickers) are you?" he asks sternly.
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  12. And if he wanted me to start wearing makeup or something because he thought it was sexy I would probably make the effort to try, it's just the idea that it is somehow an obligation to look a certain way that I rebel against. Doing something because my husband likes it is one thing, but doing it because "this is what you should do as a woman" is something that brings out my contrary side.
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  14. by Louise C on 2006 Jan 22 - 08:39 | reply to this comment
  15. Of course you would rebel against that! Who wouldn't?
  16. And if he wanted me to start wearing makeup or something because he thought it was sexy I would probably make the effort to try, it's just the idea that it is somehow an obligation to look a certain way that I rebel against. Doing something because my husband likes it is one thing, but doing it because "this is what you should do as a woman" is something that brings out my contrary side.
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  18. Of course it does! It would me too. It makes perfect sense that you would rebel against the idea that you should become a stereotypical entity (like a Stepford Wife) instead of the full, rich, unique person you are. Such a prescription would be a dehumanising position to take – one that would deny your individuality and your personhood.
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  20. by Sarah Cavendish on 2006 Jan 22 - 11:05 | reply to this comment
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  22. This is a subject near and dear to my heart. I have always had a healthy intrerest in fashion and beauty. I wouldn't dream of putting on 'whatever', or going out with no lipstick. When I met Gary, I had in a sense, stopped 'trying' so hard. Gary on the other hand, saw what he considers my radiant beauty and ever so gently encouraged me to 'go for it'. He has given me an account at the beauty shop so I can go as I please, but he insists I use it. He buys me all the makeup I want. I am told I can do what I want all day, but when he comes home, he wants to see me relaxed and made up. Not a 'perfect' kind of made up, casual is fine, but he wants to see me 'lovely'. Gary is the first to be aroused by causal sexiness. I love it!!
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