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Hiromi of Panties, panties, panties sent VLA a picture of herself as a catgirl. Several pictures, actually, but this is the one that I liked the best. Because all cats like to flirt with their tails...



And here's what Hiromi has to say:

I can’t bring myself to say pussy: the plosive “p” followed by sibilant “s,” then the clamp-toothed grin of a long “e”: Yuck. I prefer the tough, straightforward cunt, but playing at being a furry pussy makes me forget some things. Like that I’m 34. Thanks to a genetic gift, my age is often taken for mid-20s. As I’ve gotten older, however, I’ve gone the reverse of most people: I’m more shallow, not less; more superficial, not deeper. In my early 20s, when I received admiring looks from men, I’d bristle, unwilling to be turned into a sex object. Then, after gaining weight, I wanted ever more to be loved for who I was. On the inside.

But now, slimmed yet on the cusp of losing my youthful looks, I crave those lustful glances. I want to be coveted. Cat-like, I need to be constantly petted and admired. To that end, I’ve tightened my pants, donned push-up bras, raised my heels. My initial reluctance to pose for photos faded away as compliments came in (even the weird ones are appreciated). Now, each compliment, each assessing look, each flirtatious encounter flows straight to my cunt.

I used to believe in the importance of being happy with what I had. If I had a man, he was enough. If I didn’t, well, I was enough. No more. I’m becoming more aware of the feast before me, the soft lush lips of a younger man, hard thighs moving under loose clothing, the hot masculine scent of a man brushing by.

I don’t want that to be a one-way thing. I don’t want to be a dirty old woman, invisible, my lust unreturned by a society with no real models for mature sexuality. When will playing the pussy, flaunting my ass, stop being cute and start being desperate?

Fuck that. I will not age “gracefully”; there’ll always be someone who wants pussy this good. I’ll make them want it.

Meow.

I love little pussy, her coat is so warm...

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13 Comments:

I am 45. When I was 34, I was taken to be in my 20's also. In fact, when I was out with my daughter age 20, and I was 39, they thought we were sisters. Since age 40, it's changed drasticly. Trust me, sooner or later age shows. I'm not letting that weigh me down, but it's a fact, that's all...

By Blogger Trish, at February 17, 2005 8:24 PM  

Lovely job, Hiromi; and thanks again, John, for the great idea!

By Anonymous Aphrodite, at February 18, 2005 6:17 AM  

The emphasis on youthful appearance is so limiting. When are we going to learn what the Europeans already know, that sexuality is life-long and that every age is beautiful and sexy? All we need is eyes to see. Oh, and open minds.

By Anonymous DTG, at February 18, 2005 11:57 AM  

I just turned 37 and I'm more sexual now than I was at 20. I'm sexier now, I own that part of myself in a way I couldn't possibly have done at 20. That's sensuality, that causes men to look twice. Yeah, my boobs looked better at 20, but I know a lot more about a man's mind and body now than I did then.

Aging isn't as scary as I once thought it would be.

Freya

By Blogger Freya, at February 18, 2005 12:52 PM  

Right, Freya. A woman must be sexy inside, before she can ever be sexy outside, regardless of her age.

By Blogger Lili, at February 18, 2005 1:02 PM  

Grrls, it boils down to this: we're not getting older. We're getting hotter.

;)

DTG xxoo

By Anonymous DTG, at February 18, 2005 4:16 PM  

I am 47. I have men 20 years younger after me.

I look great for my age, but I own my age.

I don't only own it..I celebrate it!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 18, 2005 5:20 PM  

I'm a guy, and from my simple, happy perspective, whatever may motivate Hiromi to put on her cat suit is a fine operational definition of The Good, The True, and The Beautiful.

That said, we all agree, I think, that Die Zeit, die ist ein sonderbar Ding. (For background, see here)

By Blogger John Psmyth, at February 18, 2005 6:07 PM  

Thanks for all the comments. I fully agree that a mature woman who is confident of herself and knows that she wants is sexy and desirable. She is, however, not recognized as such by society at large -- she may know it, but the constant validation a young woman gets is not there. So in that sense, she's invisible, and it's hard to be sexual by yourself. A wise person might say that the ardent admiration of a discerning few is more than enough. Perhaps it's immature, but I feel a sense of loss at having to be satisfied with less than what I have now. There is no higher currency than youth.

I wrote the essay because I've recently realized what a potent aphrodisiac it is to be wanted by (many) others. There are many compensations in maturing, but I'm still going to miss the erotic charge of those long looks from strangers.

By Blogger Pantiespantiespanties, at February 18, 2005 10:28 PM  

"No higher currency than youth"?

If you really believe that, and if you need the "constant validation" of men's looks, you've swallowed the North American pop cultural/media propaganda hook, line, and sinker, and I feel sorry for you.

It takes courage, but older women can refuse invisibility, and I don't mean through the the use of cosmetic surgery to prolong youthful looks, either.

Just dare to go beneath the surface.

DTG xxoo

By Anonymous DTG xxoo, at February 19, 2005 9:48 AM  

I really do believe that youth is the highest currency in our present society, but I'm not saying this is how it should be. It's just how it is. My essay and my comments were actually in agreement with you... I was pointing out that it is fun and a turn-on to have many men, as opposed to a few, admire you, but unfortunately, due to attitudes toward aging, this will go away with time.

To make matters worse, it's not simply modern media/pop culture that mature women have to fight against - it's millenia of societal obsession (male and female) with youth. Some people, namely evolutionary psychologists (whom I loathe) say that the preference for younger women is genetic. Pop culture of course makes this worse, but you get the idea.

When I said that I would not age gracefully, I was saying that I disagree with this state of affairs, and would fight it to the end, but that it's nonetheless a fight that was brought to me. I'm really glad to read comments from other women going through this period.

By Blogger Pantiespantiespanties, at February 19, 2005 12:23 PM  

I will agree that the high of male attention is indeed thrilling, and that it is effortless if you are young and pretty.

The older a woman becomes, the more evident it is how she has lived her life, and how she continutes to live it. She might have to make more a point of displaying her sexuality, as it won't just ooze out of her like it did at 19, but then again, she has experience, something that cannot be obtained easily by young women, and can be extremely compelling to men.

I used to worry so much about every little thing, if I gained an ounce, if my hair wasn't perfect, if I didn't have on the right outfit. How silly I was. Now I know that the less I worry about my attractiveness, the more attractive I am. To a point, of course. I'm not a slob, by any means.

There is no magic formula, but confidence, mystery and enthusiasm can take you a long way.

I say the more you take the time to enjoy sex, the more delicious you will become.

By Blogger bella fica, at February 21, 2005 1:23 AM  

Sounds like you've visited Paris lately, bella fica!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 22, 2005 7:24 PM  

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