My husband (like all men) wonders how many women would be willing to have lesbian sex, even if only once. I personally find it hard to believe that the figure wouldn’t be nearly universal. My daughters and I are all three firmly in the hetero camp (two of us life-long boy crazy goofballs), but we all admit to girl-girl crushes from time to time.
I’m not too shy to fess up to my total availability to certain members of my gender, and you can bet I’d have David’s blessing on it too! To back that up, I’m providing here for you my current Top Ten List of Women I Would Do, in no particular order (or all at once! just kidding):
- Natalie Portman
- Keira Knightly
- Halle Berry
- Heather Locklear
- Evangeline Lilly
- Morena Baccarin (Inara Serra from “Firefly”)
- Elizabeth Mitchell (Juliet Burke from “Lost”)
- Mary McDonnell (Laura Roslin from “Battlestar Galactica”)
- Neve Campbell
- Alyson Hannigan
- Tilda Swinton (The White Witch from “Chronicles of Narnia”)
Now, while coming up with this list, I thought of a number of women who I also find very attractive but for some reason wouldn’t feel quite right putting on the other list. I would just love to be any of these ladies. Here are ten of them for your perusal too:
- Kirsten Dunst
- Meg Ryan
- Sarah Michelle Gellar
- Reese Witherspoon
- Julie Bowen
- Renee Zellweger
- Kate Winslet
- Gwyneth Paltrow
- Emma Thompson
- Kathleen Turner
Go figure. If any of the first ten propositioned me, I would be all over her like white on rice. But if any of the second ten raised the suggestion, I would go, “Eek, uh, no! But could I borrow your face and body for a few days and use then to flirt with men?”
Now isn’t that interesting?
I’ll be danged if I can find any explanation for why a woman falls into one category or the other. First I thought maybe it was a case of if I can identify too much with the woman, I feel weird thinking about sex with her. But I’ve certainly identified with Juliet on “Lost,” and with Willow on “Buffy.” Then I thought it was just the sexiness factor, like maybe the women on the “Be” list were more beautiful rather than sexy. Problem is, nearly all of them have seemed very sexy to me on many occasions (Kathleen Turner, when is she not?). Hair color? Well, the “Do” list is 70% brunette and the “Be” list is 70% blonde. Humph.
Okay, how about the idea that I’m turned on more by the type who is overly seductive? That makes sense since I would certainly be more the submissive one in such a situation. Except half the “Do” List are actresses who nearly always play sweet, innocent types. Or maybe it’s strictly physical appeal? Except Mary McDonnell is mature and hardly supermodel material, and she’s a “Do,” while Julie Bowen is one of the most gorgeous women ever born, and she’s a “Be.”
I guess this just proves some aspects of the erotic in life remain inexplicable even to me, who usually claims to have it all figured out.
Hey ladies, please post your “Do’s” and “Be’s,” I’m so curious to see how other women feel on this issue!