My Guest Post Contribution to Self Sagacity.com
I tend to go for men who are nice, kind, and sweet. Men who are clean-cut and well dressed. These men look good in beginning of the relationship and they maintain themselves well throughout the relationship. But then when the relationship matures, the maintenance become a little more than necessary for me. Hence, they ended up being more sissier than me.
I, on the other hand become less concern about my appearances and what I wear than the men in my relationships. Once I told my boyfriend: "you're much sissier than I." What started out as a funny remark, turned into one of those, maybe we should evaluate this a bit more kind of deal. He replied: "Any man would be more sissier than you."
Hum-mm. Now I must say, I certainly don't like to be with men who look like cavemen, but well, I am beginning to think that I might just be more confident in the way I look. I like to think that clothes don't make me prettier than I can be, but the truth is it does. Nice looking clothes, clothes that fit well certainly would give your appearance a boost, don't you think?
What is my point here? I guess I am wondering if it is okay that I do not like mates with these characteristics? Or is it me that is expecting too much? I remember once I dated a guy who really really cared about how he looked, all the time. He likes a lot of the things, like the decorations in his house that women likes.
Therefore, I have to say I have not found what I am searching for. It is that moment when you realize things are not right, and you don't know how to deal with it to go on. When I find myself in the deepest and darkest moments of my relationship with this man, I think the difference can't no longer be united.
Effeminate definition: (of a man or boy) having traits, tastes, habits, etc., traditionally considered feminine, as softness or delicacy.
Forgive my failures and omissions and draw me closer to you.