Post-tits

tell me what you're not offended by?

I have my next #adultnotes post-tit ready to go (see above). If you don't know what #adultnotes is, scoot on over Rachel's IG account. 

Watch her video about them here.

And add to the collection. This is my most recent.

Thickness is the business. I really like saying that, it's feels plump in all the right places. So many of you responded to yesterday's email. With some #realshit.

We are on to some thangs.

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Last night, Steve asked me what "mansplaining" meant because he has been seeing it pop up a lot lately. 

I explained. 

I also told him he probably doesn't know what it means because he's not one of those dudes that does any sort of mansplaining. 

It took a bit for him to grasp the concept. 

I gave him an overdose of examples that I've personally encountered in my life. 

It's really hard to understand something you've not experienced or certainly on repetition, anyway.

He said, "Don't women do the same thing to men?"

I said, "Hell yes, of course, they do."

But we didn't know if the flip side had a term. 

My guess? "Womansplaining."

We went back and forth on the experiences. 

From him getting dirty looks in passing with the words huffed out: "fucking man!" (sadly, I didn't want to believe him but, in truth, I know of women like this)

To me having men bosses stand over me to fill in the "gap" between my ears because I'm a woman. (sadly, Steve didn't want to believe this but, in truth, he knows of men like this). 

Speaking of, I had a boss write me up one time for insubordination because I refused to go for a "joy ride" with him one afternoon. Too many stories have come from working for companies with that "good old boys" mentality.

To that I say: fuck those people!

In the end, Steve asked, "can't we all just be adults and get along?!"

The answer is no

Because sometimes, we are 6

Don't forget to be 6, just not all the time.


Love, 
Steph

"My morning ritual is reading your daily emails. They're my first read of the day with my cup of coffee. You stir something inside of me in how I present myself to the world. I want to be more brave and you're making me feel more brave. Thank you. --K"