I have been dying for infamous madam Heidi Fleiss to finally open her Stud Farm — a legalized brothel in Nevada with a stable of men servicing women — since she first announced it a couple years ago. While I'm not entirely sure how lucrative of a business it would be, it'd certainly be interesting as a social experiment. The assumption is that the date of her grand opening keeps getting pushed back further and further because of criminal record, or her history of tax evasion, but, as the HBO documentary Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal showed last night, it seems that the people in the town of Crystal, Nevada are pissed that Heidi was able to buy up 60 acres of land at an incredibly cheap rate. (They also are suspicious of her motives, because they think that no one would possibly make any money off of selling sex to women.) Could it be that Fleiss is a victim of old fashioned sexism in the wild west? Clip above.
@luciasaurus: "I don't think MOST men are incapable of changing their technique to make you feel good."
I live in NYC. I have friends all over the world. This isn't just my personal journal; this is a wide survey sample we're talking about here.
Also, I didn't say they were incapable of doing it. If I didn't think they were capable of improvement, 1) I wouldn't bring it up at all; 2) I wouldn't put myself in that position in the first place.
What I'm focusing on is their adamant resistance to improvement at a significant other's suggestion — that a personal suggestion that they actually alter something in their magnificent routine to please you seems to strike them as the height of audacity.
"If he doesn't listen, then he doesn't deserve you."
Agreed. I have found certain more innocuous activities to be somewhat potentially indicative of abilities in more *ahem* complex and intimate areas, so I try to screen really hard at the preliminary level. Because IMO if you value your own sanity, you really need to be assessing whether or not he "deserves" you waaaaay before you've progressed to the horizontal plan, n'est ce pas?
(However, I just have a sneaky intuiting just from the way you phrase your thoughts that you may have a little trouble hearing me out on this one. Different life approaches, and all.)