I think you've been contributing here longer than I.
Interesting - your take on the bra/no bra thing ... Made me think.
While testosterone drives males to sometimes say or do things they shouldn't or wouldn't otherwise, there is an appeal to the natural look. And I wonder what the breakdown is between bras sold that are designed for comfort versus bras sold to attract attention.
Aren't sports bras the most comfortable? But often less figure flattering?
How many guys wear "push up" underwear to enhance the look/size of their packages? (I hope the answer is none.)
There could be a debate whether bare breasts are even sexual. Fijians don't think they are ... (So I've read - never been there.)
In general (Very general), I suspect that many women enjoy the easy attention afforded by showing a bit. Takes little effort on their part. But a woman who wants recognition for what she can do, not just how she looks, exhibits a confidence that is very attractive.
Your remarks demonstrate that sort of confidence.
That's my opinion - no offense intended to female posters with differing views.
Still, there is also the environment to consider. When I went to discos, there was always plenty of eye candy. And I admit to looking if not with a date.
When walking down a city street, someone wearing similar attire seemed out of context to me.
Oh, and once upon a time I was curious about nude beaches. Wouldn't go by myself and most of the women I knew weren't interested. But, when I reunited with a high school flame with an adventurous spirit, I talked her into going. Although adventurous, she was petrified once there. Was sure everyone else would be model material. They weren't and she remains youthfully attractive to this day. Scared stiff, she sat on the towel with bathing suit on staring straight out to the ocean. When she finally moved her head to see what I was doing, she noticed she was the only one on the beach with a suit on. Off it came and she had a grand time splashing around "au natural". We went one other time and she was stripping even before the towels were straight.
My point is that nudity doesn't necessarily have anything to do with sexuality. Dressing to entice encourages sexuality while being nude is sensuous ...
If you didn't notice, I do not have a firm opinion so am rambling.View Thread
I'm not a doctor ... but have 62 years of experience with my body.
Even with heavy time demands, I suspect you need more physical exercise. Do you have a stationary bicycle? That would allow activity while watching young 'uns.
My sister was a very busy realtor some years back and used her gym membership for regular visits. When I asked her how she could spend time at the gym when she'd already had a long day she said "Expending energy adds energy". May not be an exact quote.
I was a computer person for many years and would end the day very tired. But walking the dog, washing the car, or helping with household chores was often more refreshing than a nap for me ...
Alternatively, does your hubby help out in the house? I've never minded vacuuming and the Lady appreciates the assist.
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