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JoAnn

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Nope - I'm by far the opposite. I'm very forgiving of females and any faults. However, the males I have a much higher bar to be reached. I think it stems from me setting my bar at my husband's level. If a male doesn't come close to comparing to him physically or mentally... he doesn't have a chance with me, whereas I have no female to compare against to set the bar..... so I'm much more bendable in that area.

Mountain Ranch CA
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Not at all - I (The Other Mrs. Menage) am by far more selective about the females I choose to play with..........

Saginaw TX
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Leaving aside the whole BDSM aspect for a moment, I find that in a strictly for sex sense, I am FAR more selective with my female partners than my male partners. With a guy, I can usually enjoy a good dick no unless he's a total ass, but no matter how physically attractive a woman is, if the mental attraction isn't there, I have no interest in playing with her. I've also noticed that even women I like, get along with, and find attractive, I STILL don't want to play with unless they're confident and fun on top of it all.

Am I the only one who's bar for women playmates is so much higher than the bar for male playmates?

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