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A Lesson in Love: The Bare Minimum

This is just going to be a short post about a realization that I had recently, that I think could benefit a lot of the bimbo girlies who are also struggling to date and find love.

I started talking to a new guy recently. We were talking on the phone and he asked me,

"So what's important to you in a relationship, and what do you look for in a man?"

I didn't need more than 2 seconds to compile my answer.

"The most important thing to me is that he respects and values me as a whole human being, not just a pair of tits."

I told him about the pattern I've been experiencing ever since getting my breast implants. I keep going on first dates... They're nice in public. Then when they drive me home, we kiss goodbye. Suddenly I feel grimy hands slithering up my shirt. I use my hands to remove the foreign object from my body, only to find it on me again within seconds... and again... and again...

I tell him, "When I go on a date with a man that doesn't end that way, I'm totally gonna marry him!"

While taking pride in my eloquent monologue, he replies... "that's it?"

"That's it."


This was the first time I realized that actually, I'm not asking for a lot. If my only criteria of what makes a good man are that he doesn't sexually assault me... I am not asking for enough. As this pattern has happened literally 100% of the time since I started dating after my boob job, I've become convinced that men are simple creatures who are unable to understand consent...Unable to read a room...Unable to respect boundaries. I know, I know, "NOT ALL MEN" but in my experience, it has been 10 out of 10 men. Am I the common denominator? Yes. But, I make it extremely clear not only on my dating profile but in the way I express myself, that I am abstinent and want to take things slow, to find true love. The only things I have done to "deserve" these things happening to me are getting into a car with a man, and having big boobs. That's not fair, and I refuse to accept blame in the way men have been conditioned to disrespect women's boundaries.

As we enter the new year, I want to value myself enough to ask for more, and to expect more from men. So I want to revisit the question,

"So what's important to you in a relationship, an