The title of this piece is a self-cancelling phrase, in terms of the animal nature of female. Of course the same could be said about “intelligent male,” although the animal may have a successful seduction strategy that also involves higher-level thinking such as to know when to pursue and when to pull back for purposes of self-preservation.
Different forces of a persona might wax and wane according to circumstances. Since this blog is read by a variety of individuals, both supportive and hostile toward the concepts herein, there is no reason for me to display my soft underbelly.
This stance of mine is probably why individual men persist in attempting to engage me via email, chat, or telephone such as to ascertain whether it is even possible to penetrate my intellectual defenses with animalistic appeals using purely verbal means, or in the case of the telephone, sound input as well. By that way of thinking, there’s probably no point in coming to meet me in Southwest Florida if such vulnerability in me is not evident via such electronic media.
It is not as if I have any political rivals or enemies desiring material with which to slice me to bits given that my views are so mainstream and noncontroversial…right?
Consider then, Gentlemen, my refusal to engage, at least not at the depth or even primitive (i.e., pornographic) levels usually desired by such intrepid souls using purely electronic means, identifies me as probably not susceptible to your standard seduction methods, if your standard seduction methods exclusively rely on electronic means.
To even meet me in person provides no guarantee that you will be that particular needle in a haystack with an approach that melts me, the “intelligent woman,” or otherwise gets me out of my head and into either my groin or even (shudder) my heart. It’s probably not worth it to the majority of you. It would therefore behoove only those actually up for the challenge to come to meet me in person, in Southern Florida (there, I’ve expanded my hunting grounds to the East), rather than attempting disruption of my defenses using purely electronic means.
If upon meeting me, you are not prepared to engage me in any matter mutually entertaining or animalistic, then attempting to make up for whatever shortcomings may have resulted from such a meeting with electronic communication is not likely to succeed.
Fair warning. The first personal visit is unlikely to have the conclusive effect unless your objective is either mere seduction or platonic discussion. Rather, a fact-finding expedition, with suitable give-and-take such as to establish some level of communication comfort (such as that we speak the same language, there is attraction, etc.) is what I recommend.
On the other hand, I’ve recently been the lucky recipient of an effective seduction technique which was clearly and honestly a mere physical encounter such that my mind, opinions, and intellect were not the commodities sought. It was a wonderful experience! Naturally, the gentleman (or “rogue” if you like) met me at a venue in which persons of my persuasion were explicitly welcome, rather than either meeting me through my writing or “in the wild.” Such an encounter defends the public BDSM scene even if such is also a case of finding a needle in a haystack.
We both got something out of the encounter, and it wasn’t of an intellectual nature. However, that’s probably not going to lead to anything approaching a heartfelt connection.
That doesn’t mean that a girl can’t dream.
However, that’s not the only possibility on the table, particularly since, by necessity, I like keeping my expectations ultra-low. For example, a friendship with benefits not exclusively on his terms would also be welcome. I at the least can offer somewhat of a unique and authentic package if not fulfillment of a catalogue order.
In my own arsenal in terms of my own objectives are also some formidable seduction methods to include homemade lasagna.
Twelve high-quality lasagna noodles (Italian durum wheat semolina) prepared according to instructions
8 strips high-quality bacon (pasture-raised, organic, heritage, low-sugar, etc.)
Nutmeg, allspice, cinnamon, cardamon, turmeric, fennel seeds
Bacon fat or lard
Two or three medium or small zucchini sliced, or one whole eggplant diced
Madras curry powder, cumin, red pepper flakes, mustard seeds
Salt and pepper
1/2 stick of butter
2 whole garlic cloves chopped
Pine nuts or chopped walnuts
1 pound high-quality ground beef or bison (pasture-raised, organic, heritage, etc.)
Two or three eggs, organic at the least
Chopped white, yellow, green, or red onion
1 large can chopped high quality tomatoes (Italian, organic, heritage, etc.)
Basil and oregano
Mozzarella cheese, twelve slices.
In a deep paella pan, cook bacon until crispy, drain and reserve grease, set aside.
Heat vegetable-stage spices on slightly greasy pan at low heat until aroma strongly emanates, and then re-add bacon grease plus lard to a level of about an inch of hot grease in the pan.
Add chopped vegetables, and cook until transparent, stirring frequently.
Remove vegetables with a slotted spoon to paper towels. Grease can be reserved for something else if it hasn’t yet reached a smoking point, such as would make it bitter.
Place vegetables in a stainless steel bowl, and stir in salt and pepper to taste.
Heat meat-stage spices on slightly greasy pan at low heat until aroma strongly emanates, and then add butter and garlic, stirring frequently, and then add nuts, until all is lightly browned.
Add ground beef, chopping up/crumbling well with stirring implement such as a spatula, until browned.
Place meat in a stainless steel bowl, add salt, pepper. Stir well.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Coat lasagna pan with olive oil.
Lay down four lasagna noodles lengthwise, slightly overlapping. Top with thin layer of about 1/4 of the tomatoes.
Evenly dot tomato layer with half of the ricotta cheese distributed about the pan by the spoonful.
Add one or two eggs to cooled ground beef mixture, half the chopped onions, stir well, and then scoop lightly on top of the ricotta cheese.
The pan should be about a third full. If overfull, remove some filling. If under-full, make it up later.
Top with thin layer of about 1/4 of the tomatoes. Sprinkle lightly with basil and oregano.
Repeat lasagna noodle layer as above, followed by 1/4 of the tomatoes, and remainder of ricotta cheese.
Add remaining egg and chopped onions to cooled vegetable mixture, stir well, and then scoop lightly on top of the ricotta cheese. There must remain about 3/4 inch vacancy at the top of the pan. If overfull, remove some filling.
Crumble bacon slices and then sprinkle the crumbles onto the vegetables.
Repeat lasagna noodle layer, followed by sliced mozzarella cheese, and remaining tomatoes. Sprinkle lightly with basil and oregano.
Tent with aluminum foil with the shiny interior greased with olive oil.
Bake in oven for 30-45 minutes to include optional browning stage by removing aluminum foil for final 10 minutes or so. Turn off oven or turn down to 200 until male animal is hungry. Remove from oven and allow to cool for about 10 minutes prior to serving.
After dinner, have a cigar or something because nothing is going to happen at least until that lasagna is well digested. Clean the kitchen and allow him to reflect on the wondrous, multi-layered, sensual exchange he has just experienced. Change into something comfortable.