The Hill article “She looks so beautiful.
It’s like she’s in the middle of a room full of beautiful women.””
It’s like I’m looking at a mirror.
I’m just in awe of how beautiful she is.””
And she’s wearing this amazing hair.
It looks so long and so soft.
It makes me want to curl it up.””
I feel like I’ve got a woman’s body.
It is beautiful.””
When a woman goes to the beach, she looks like a goddess.””
The Hill article When a man is so handsome that he can’t stand the thought of a woman not looking at him like a man, he goes into a rage.
The Hill source The New York Times article “I just hate to think about the women I’d be with and the men I’d get to spend time with, and the way they’d treat me if I were a woman.”
“We’d all be so happy, but there would be no women.”
When a man gets an email from a woman, he gets a feeling of “fear and dread.”
He gets a sense of, “I am not a man.”
When a guy gets a message from a female friend, he feels “horrible and hurt.”
When you are a man and your wife says something to you that makes you feel “embarrassed,” you have a reaction.
It may be like, “Oh my God, I didn’t know I was a woman!”
When you’re a woman and your husband tells you something that makes your heart race, you have feelings of, you know, “You know, I don’t know what to do.”
It’s important to recognize that all these feelings are normal, and they’re just normal feelings.
Women are just as attracted to men as men are to women, and that’s why you should never judge a woman by what she looks or what she says.
When a husband says, “She’s so beautiful,” that’s a compliment.
It doesn’t mean you think you’re being a terrible man.
If a woman says, I just love you, that’s just an expression of affection.
The same goes for a man who says, It’s so nice to see you.
“It can feel very uncomfortable to be attracted to women because you don’t want to be judged.
But if you recognize that your spouse or wife is attracted to you and that you’re feeling insecure, then you should be able to accept the fact that there’s nothing wrong with you.
You’re not alone.