A 50-Word Story a Day Keeps the Boredom Away #23

Man and woman in bed

After a night of passionate love with a young whore, wealthy old Richie fell in love. ‘Will you marry me?’ he asked her. She stared at him. ‘You will have to become a proper lady, and make me many children, and raise them.’ She threw her arms around his neck.

18 thoughts on “A 50-Word Story a Day Keeps the Boredom Away #23

  1. A whore is a woman who gives sex away for free. Every woman who isn’t a professional is technically a whore. Am I wrong? If so, I’ll send an invisible gift to you.

    1. Why should every woman who gives sex away for free should be called a whore, and men who do the same be called playboys and not whores as well? Because the human male is physically stronger than the human female? 🙂

      1. No, and it’s the writers of dictionaries who determine which sex is labeled as ‘whore’ and which isn’t. Just because it’s written down in a book, doesn’t make it true.
        I say that the word would apply to a man or a woman.
        Next point – are you referring to the sex drive of a man versus a woman, or simple physical strength?

        1. I meant physical strength. Of course, sexual drive should be considered, but still… It seems to me that women have a harder time than men on this giddy planet, round like an orange. 🙂

    2. Actually, a whore is a woman who charges for sex, a slut is a woman who will give sex away to anyone and a bitch is a woman who gives sex away to anyone except you.

      1. According to Webster? Or according to Kip? Rhetorical Kip, I get it… Funny, but also a ring of truth.
        What about men?? Are they as you say here?

  2. She doesn’t need the same degree of physical strength, she has a male as a physical weapon or tool as well as her own intellect, instincts and creativity. I’m speaking primitively, of course. Am I saying that men don’t possess the same intellect, instincts, etc? No, but we ARE different. And that’s a good thing, I think.
    Depending on a particular society, yes, I agree, women have more or different obstacles to face.
    Civilized societies aren’t all roses and sunshine.
    I loved your story, though. I’m fascinated by the instant falling in love. Does he really fall in love with ‘her?’ Or is he falling in love with the vision of her, the feel of her, the physical her, the softness, the vulnerability? Or is it the Knight in Shining Armour syndrome?

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