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Posted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 10:25 PM


I am turning 50 this fall, and am looking to treat myself to something. I am a delightfully immature white guy, relatively normal, who works for a financial services place and recently discovered this online stuff. Sort of naughty, but I think I like it. I am 6-foot, 200 pounds, quite educated, divorced, live in Manhattan. Politically I would not even touch the right wing at Kentucky Fried Chicken. But our politics is a little further down the list I guess. Half Jewish and half Irish - so I get drunk, but hate to have to pay for it.
For my birthday, I want to be with two young women - to watch them play and to in some manner participate.
I supervise some people at work, including some wonderful young women. Can't be inappropriate in the office and don't want to be - if it was my sister or daughter or wife I'd never want their boss to be a pig toward them. Plus I'd get fired! But I am human, and male. And in a private situation, I want to objectify, stare, leer, compliment, comment upon and touch (both you two AND myself). However, staring at you naked and spread eagled is not arousing. Leaving something to the imagination is. So I'd like you to be in various outfits while I gaze at you. Some you own, some I'd buy with you and you'd keep (obviously). I'd ask you to pose, suggestively and otherwise. Bend and stretch. Smile and tease. I'd like it to be an ultimately, er, satisfying experience for both of us. Beyond the hoped for physical and mental amusement for both of us, I'd certainly compensate you for your time. If we both are happy, then everybody wins.
In general, men are supposed to pay for women when they go out, even if it is your mom, cousin, sister, co-worker, old flame, and especially if it is a date. Why? As my dad explained to me before one of my first dates, your gender spends more than us on hair, nails, makeup, pocketbooks, jewelry, shoes, clothes, accessories, etc. Generally you look nice for us. (And for yourselves.) But men's clothes don't really change styles every year. We never shop or groom the way women are forced to. So buy the meal, hold the door and appreciate what they do to look nice. Only piece of advice that ever stuck, I often think.
I ramble. Enough. Your thoughts?

Poster's age: 49

• Location: Manhattan

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