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Steak and Blowjob Day

March 13, 2019

I’m not sure about Steak & Blowjob Day.

 

Don’t get me wrong, I love sex. I am fully pro sex, very sex positive and there’s honestly no other pastime I’d rather engage in. To me, there’s no finer idea than staying in for the evening with a delicious meal and a delicious man. If Steak and Blowjob day was this, a mutually beneficial celebration of a couple’s love for one another, then I would be on my knees quicker than you could say ‘fellatio’ – but I just don’t think it is. 

 

Isn’t it just another holiday made up by entitled white men who think women owe them something? Reportedly, it falls exactly one month after Valentine’s Day because men feel like they have done soooooooooo much for their other halves on ONE day of the year (how much effort does a Moonpig card and a box of chocolates really take, though?) that they deserve oral pleasure and a lump of expensive meat. Lest we forget all that we do for our partner’s every other day of the year. For me, personally, I know I spend the majority of my free time washing dirty rugby kit and cleaning up after my certain someone. It’s a fucking Christmas miracle that Chicken and Lickin’ Day isn’t more popular.

 

 

Apparently, Valentine’s Day has become a commercial holiday for women, because men do not like or want stereotypical ‘V Day’ gifts such as flowers, chocolates, teddy bears etc. Not only is this wholly gender stereotypical and pretty damn sexist but, also, totally incorrect. I mean, who doesn’t like chocolate? If we didn’t buy you your own, you know you’d only end up eating ours anyway. Plus, without stating the very obvious, this is a stupid statement. For V Day, I got my boyfriend a card, a kebab and an evening of anal play. AKA, his dream Wednesday evening.

Valentine’s Day is for celebrating love, and not exclusively the love a man has for a woman.

 

 

Men do NOT need another day to inflate their egos or make them feel more entitled than they already do. If I had the time and there was less dirty rugby washing to do, I could sit and list the things that women do for men, that are taken for granted (the idea of growing their offspring and pushing a human out of their vagina springs to mind). And do we sit and moan, whining and asking for a day of misogynistic celebration? No.

 

The be all and end all is this – gifts and affection shouldn’t be given with the idea that they will then owe you the same. If your relationship bears this brunt then you’ve got more to worry about then going tit-for-tat on Hallmark holidays.

 

 

 

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