It’s time for a woman. Right?

Imagine that you were marrying a beautiful woman named Hillary.  And the reason that you were marrying her was that you loved both her ideology and her persona.  You had spent the last couple of years of your life coming to know and respect this woman.  Many times you had listened to her talk and been wowed by her charisma and knowledge.  You even went so far as to proclaim your love and loyalty for her and the woman that she represented.  Soon, you began to define yourself by her stances.  You began to believe that this was the one for you.  You were ready to make that choice.  
The wedding was planned for November and only time had to pass before she was yours.  You told everyone, you invited everyone.  After all, she was one of a kind and definitely worthy to be your first.  But after all of the hoopla Hillary had to go away.  It was very painful and you and your friends and family were very insulted.  So much time and emotion had been invested in your feelings and ideas about her womanhood.  She was to be your first.  “It was time for a woman” you had argued.  You even had a website – “itstime4awoman.org”  The wedding plans were already in motion, everyone was anticipating November. 
So you take your friends advice and hook up with this hardcore named Sarah.  She’s not like Hillary.  Totally different.  But she is a woman, and as you had said it was time for a woman.  You had told everyone. 
But there wasn’t really time before November to get really attached to this woman.  I mean, you could hang out with her.  Shoot guns and play sports and stuff.  But it won’t be special, and it certainly won’t be as pure as your initial reaction to Hillary.  But the wedding is on, everyone is coming.  So you go for it… After all, It’s time for a woman. Right?

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1 Comment

  1. bluefakes said,

    September 4, 2008 at 7:10 pm

    Nicely put! We are entering the era of change and progression.

    ~Tom


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