I know by looking at my picture you might want me to sleep in the other room but, when I was young I was a machine! If she happens to be in a mood she may want to know why my machine has siezed up. If I get too comfortable I can sleep anytime anywhere.
Let me see if I got this. She gets annoyed that you sleep rather than have sex? I can understand her frustration. Not sure what this has to do with calling her sexy or her thinking she's sexy. But if the whole sleeping thing works for you guys then no prob. But if not, may I suggest a cup of coffee before chacha night?
Seriously, why not call herself sexy if she's feeling sexy? Call herself blue when she's feeling blue. Call herself competent when she does something well. Call herself talented when she creates a work of art.
Call her shrink when somebody finds fault with her for calling herself sexy.
Not at all. The only person that needs to be happy and satisfied is her, so she should see herself as being sexy, no matter what any one else says. After all she's the one that has to look in the mirror everyday, better she can look and see the beauty that's there.
All women are sexy in their own way. I find a more average woman way more sexy than a beautiful woman that has an attitude. Its not just how you look it's your mind set be happy with who you are and it shines through to everyone around you.
Sexy = attractive to the opposite sex. Very simple. And sometimes what a woman considers to be sexy is soooo different from man's oppinion.
By the way, as much as I've figured out - nearly all compliments received from men mean the same, SEXY. That means attractive - though such words as "gorgeous" or "absolutely stunning" might be perceived as a safer option to express attraction.
But the word in question, my friend, was 'SEXY', not beautiful. There are many beautiful women who are'nt sexy, and many sexy women who are'nt beautiful. There's of course an idealistic view of the subject, a sort of purist view as you express, my good friend Cagsil. Not to argue with you, but all purism aside---I say she's only "wrong" to say she's something if in fact she's really not that. Let her call herself whatever she wants; so long as she really is that, it's fine by me!
It's actually only apparent that we disagree, and that you're taking your opinion too seriously. And who's to say that a beholder other than she might not be just as biased but in the wrong direction? 'Tis no big matter to me, but in spite of your personal feelings on the subject, I still say she's wrong only if she says she's sexy but ain't. Case closed! GoldiString and dre2522, I think you get the picture. Ha Ha....
The question is: is it wrong for a woman to call herself sexy?
I believe you are what you feel you are and no one can tell you any different, however there seem to be people who like to make you feel less than you are and it's usually because they need to bring themselves up.
A woman can call herself whatever she wants.Even if she wants to create a new word for sexy.She can start a dictionary term for sexy with a different meaning.She can write a book and change our whole out look on the word.So it's not wrong.Let her out the box.
looks like we have a few definitions for sexy: as a state of mind (you just feel sexy, and that's it) and as a reaction from oposite sex (how they see you, what might be different from the first). I think that even if I feel a super-sex-bomb inside, it does not matter, if others do not see me the same way.