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Always A Lady: There’s A Time & A Place For Everything

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The other day I was walking down the street and saw this couple kissing while leaning on a car. The kissing lead to groping and a bit more – all on the street in broad daylight. As I approached the car I noticed they were leaning against the window and there was an elderly man sitting right next to the window! He looked a little out of it and bewildered and I couldn’t help thinking, “Get a room!?

Ladies! There’s nothing wrong with getting intimate with someone, and showing a little PDA, but you need to know where to draw the line. The distinction between those “girls? and ladies is all in the boundaries that we set. Don’t be the girl that people are commenting about “getting a room.? There’s a time and place for everything – and ladies know that

How do you avoid these situations? It’s not rocket science, it just seems like most people don’t think about the consequences of what they do. Take a step back and think before you act. A good gauge is, “would I do that if my Mama was here?? If the answer is “NO!? then chances are no one else wants to see you go at it either. If your senses are impaired, then err on the side of being conservative. If you have any doubts, you can always go behind closed doors where you don’t have an audience.

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5 Responses to “Always A Lady: There’s A Time & A Place For Everything”

  1. Ugh. I hate obnoxious PDA! So tasteless. I mean, high schoolers can get away with the spooning crabwalk and straddling at the bus stop, but adults have no excuse!

  2. ladylexx Lexx says:

    Man…I instantly thought of the last time I was at Mighty here in SF…a couple was makin’ babies with their clothes on right in front of me…middle of the dance floor…please…at least go hide in a corner!

    Krish: Spooning crabwalk?! Didn’t even know that thing had a name! I’ve rolled my eyes at every boyfriend that tried to do that to me. Not cute.

  3. s jones says:

    but I don’t agree
    sexuality should not be taboo
    and didn’t the myth of “acting like a lady”
    go out the door with the suffrage movement?

  4. Gabriella GDK says:

    Hi S Jones,
    I don’t think sex is taboo. I think sex in public, in front of people who don’t want to see your business is in bad taste.

    As far as the “myth,” I don’t ever think it was one. Do you mean that once women got to vote that they stopped being ladies? It’s unfortunate that there are people who think that woman need to act like men to be considered equals. To me, acting like a lady means doing things with class, elegance and style. I understand acting like a lady is not for everyone, but it’s for me and it won’t ever go out of style.

  5. Zera says:

    A little PDA is fine, but there is a difference between being a lady and being a prude (or too easy). Of course I guess it depends on the crowd you hang with (which I guess says which camp your in).


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