A Woman's Perspective on All Male Brothels
I am not much on feminist humor -period/white pants jokes have never done it for me. But when you canget beyond that there is a whole world of wonderful material tomine.
And for thatyou have to love it.
I read the other day that Heidi Fleiss has plans to open the firstall male brothel for women clients in Nevada. If it happens, Ipredict a multitude of complications.
If a male brothel is going to speak to the fantasy women have ofmen it would list their qualities as opposed to their measurements.“Kind, generous, considerate.” Or “The type of man who wouldnever break up with you in a text.”
The best thing about this story - and about good humorin general - is that it takes a truth and presents it with a smile.This column takes a look at relationships and the expectations womenhave and helps men see what women are thinking in a way that can betruthful without necessarily being resentful.
I’m curious too what the line-up of men would be like. Therewould have to be a really old guy – for women who want a fatherfigure. There would need to be a man with a great sense of humour. Itwouldn’t matter what he looked like as long as he made you laugh.Then there’s the Ambivalent Man. Lots of women will pick this onebecause he’s familiar and reminds them of someone they’ve dated.As soon as you pick him, he seems really excited to spend time withyou. But a few minutes later he's not sure.
Another friend of mine says she would want someone who would talk only aboutall the things they were going to do in the future. Why?
“Because most of the men I know get skittish when I bring up breakfast.”
In her fantasy the man she’s with whispers in her ear: I want to buy usnon-refundable tickets to Paris for New Years Eve 2012.