What is affectional bonding, “AB”? It’s defined as emotionally significant, not transitory, involving a particular person who is not interchangeable with anyone else. “AB” is being responsive and open to deeper, intimate experiences with women you know, love, and admire — like the friend you travel with to Europe every summer or the quiet, interesting gal in your book club. Maybe my lonely, single, women friends who’ve been influenced by outmoded values and religious beliefs, but hungry for appreciation should consider “AB.”
If you’re still not ready to make any sexual leaps, but want a caring touch, consider cuddle parties: www.cuddleparty.com. One participant said, “My experience at cuddle parties has blown the top off my ability to experience pleasure and intimacy in a safe environment with open, honest and warm people. It’s given me the ability to make changes in my own way of thinking, making a big improvement in my other relationships…”
For those who want love and contentment in their lives, maybe they already have it with the loving adoring devoted women in their life — that love just doesn’t happen to have a penis. But, since the social acceptance of nice girls who own vibrators, the sexual need for men could become obsolete in the next decade or two…
Ladies, tired of the hairy chest? Try the softer touch. Has erectile dysfunction got you down and disappointed? Try reframing your options. With affectional bonding, enjoy everything you ever wanted without the messy clean-up.
Mid-life women have a sense of wonderment about the world, spontaneity, and they can navigate life’s ups and downs with a sense of humor. Experiencing menopause through the same lens is a bonding experience. Women stick around. So why not hold them a little closer?
Thanks Huffington Post, for turning bisexuality into an escape route from m*n. I wonder if this will be better than being considered the first bus stop on the way to chilled Mimosas at GAYGAYGAYtown.
I think those lonely, single friends are likely lonely and single for being awful rather than all these hairy chests and erectile dysfunction. Also, I’d love to see an article on men exploring bisexuality to escape having their surface layer of skin seared off from inadvertent hot flashes or getting too many hairs stuck in their teeth each night at sexy supper time.