- the ability to control oneself, in particular one’s emotions and desires or the expression of them in one’s behavior, especially in difficult situations.
No, this is not about masturbation and self edging…but it could be. It would be a helluva lot more fun if it were.
A concept that almost wholly contradicts the ideas of personal freedom and the “need to be me.” The need, as Mr. Williams so aptly points out, to not multitask.
The irony to this is how much more rewarding multitasking is.
Take threesomes, for example. If you can’t multitask and show self-control, how the hell can you possibly enjoy a threesome? Don’t even get me started on foursomes or moresomes.
If you go into these activities with strictly selfish motives and no self-control, you likely aren’t going to be invited back for repeat performances.
In a sense, this is part of the problem with so many couples looking for unicorns only. Sure, there are many women in couples wanting to explore their bisexuality along with their more traditional partners. There is nothing at all wrong with that.
It would be difficult to measure, but how many are doing it because the male needs his ego fed and wants to be the centre of attention?
There is nothing wrong with this scenario if it is not the only consistent reason a couple has threesomes.
If that is the case, we have another word that will be used in a future Wednesday Word. Come on, you know it! Say it with me, now…misogyny!
It is a relatively safe assumption to connect misogyny to many a male wanting to avoid needing to exercise self-control. Misogyny is an allowance for some men to “be me” without having to consider what that does to those they deem lesser than they are.
Sorry. It seems I lost control there and started ranting there. That was close, as I don’t think my penis was getting quite enough blood.
That was a close one.