So I almost started regretting that fact that I committed to writing on the blog. As I brainstormed ideas—instead of doing work—I came up with nothing. Nothing interesting had occurred in my life and therefore I had nothing to rant about. FYI: ranting and speaking quickly are kind of my thing. Then a brilliant friend of mine had this amazingggg idea. She said, and I quote, “Why don’t you write about something you like. Not like rainbows and butterflies but something that legit makes you happy instead of ranting”. Great idea, right?
Le sigh. Well what do I like? Once again I turned to my brilliant…and beautiful female friend. Then I remembered that I RSVP’d for my first Women Loving Women discussion. Bingo. Blog topic on deck: I love women and you should know why.
[Disclaimer: Males are great too. They are smart, beautiful/handsome, multidimensional, and earnest individuals as well. *Whew* Generalizations out of the way!]
Women are pretty fabulous. All my relationships with women, regardless of how they ended, had wonderfully sincere, in-depth intimacy and conversation. We could comfortably share our thoughts, experiences, bodies, and hair ties. Of course there were barriers and issues as with any relationship, but in comparison to my relationships with males my relationships with females just flowed better. Women are so layered that as I got to know my females partners better I was able to expose more of myself than ever before. In her eyes I find permission to love myself.
For some shallow reasons, please read below (or don’t).
1. Everything about a woman is gorgeous. Need I say more?
2. When we wash our hair, it smells really good.
3. Our attire is so versatile. We can work sweats or heels and turn heads regardless.
4. Ever heard Bruno Mars “Just the Way You Are”? Yeahhh, all of that.
5. Best.Sex.Ever. (Yes, I said it. Deal with it. Chalk it up to personal preference.)
In conclusion, I cannot wait for my first Women Loving Women discussion. More intimate conversation to look forward to :)
Shout out to my gorgeous female friend who gave me my prompt and my roomie who is one of my greatest allies (and proofreader).