A womans perspective of Boyhood

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  1. sexplease

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    Why the hell is the old chick putting make up on him? That is bizzare
     
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    I wish!That all women would see the male form as attractive and worthy of a painting!
     
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    I should also say that yes the guy in that clip is attractive "for a boy" but men and masculinity are much sexier.
     
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    Why is it that this boys genitals are covered?Do you as females find them ugly?My mother always called it my thing and could not stand to look at "IT"Even when I was young and needed help.
     
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    I didn't think she was putting the make on him, just appreciating his youth, sweetness and beauty. because we know at too well, what happens to many men after their mid 20's.
     
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    It was somewhat odd but rather interesting.
     
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    Are you implying that I may get worse?...miiiieeeerrrrrdaa
     
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    checked again and towards the end (9 minutes, 30 seconds) she has him wearing pearls and puts eyeshadow and lip stick on him. Appreciating his youth is one thing but putting him in drag :confused: that's bizzare
     
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    ok. As a gross generalization, men fight and fuck. Women nurture and communicate. Obviously, well into her twilight years, this woman still likes to play dress-up with a doll. I don't think that was objectifying him,or wierd, but rather expressing her maternal desire to "guild-the-lily" and enjoy his unspoiled youth.

    His smile when she did that to him, was warm and sweet and unfettered by the ravages of a male dominant battlefield of society.
     
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    the "old chick"'s nam is germaine greer...
     
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    No wonder she likes them feminine
     
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    Disagree - thought it was a bit much with the makeup, and it was a lot too much when she was trying to blow the flowers off of his junk. I understand that she was excited being next to something she considered beautiful, but I thought she could be a bit demure/professional about it. To each their own, though.
     
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