Only with my ex-boyfriend (emphasis on ex, tee hee). The more I think back to that interaction, the more I realize how stuck he was on proving to me that I was the woman and he was the man, which had the exact opposite effect of what he was trying to achieve.
I really really enjoy being a woman, being feminine -- and all it represents. But if you want to bring out the man in me try to show me that I am somewhat defective because I'm a woman. Ha!
But with random people cochonette, I've never had anyone tell me I'm hysterical, or not reasonable. I've many discussions with intelligent men all the time and they seem to enjoy my point of view as much as I enjoy theirs. Of course, if a person is hurting, one way to transfer that hurt to you is to try to use historically-painful putdowns (provoking your societal "pain body" IOW) and it then it could have the intended effect.
Last edited by MidasGirl; 07-25-2010 at 01:44 PM.