You'll notice the woman in this week's WolfieToon at "Discipline And Desire" has a decorative button-- well, presumably two-- on her shorts. It connects nothing, holds nothing in place; its only purpose is to draw attention, which is why I drew it..
Now, throughout History women have decorated their behinds. There have been bustles and bows, patterns and polka dots, and these kids today even use printing like "PINK," and yes, I have used that as a joke in a Wolfie Cartoon. The reason for all this augmentation is obvious, but what puzzles me is the occasional reaction to the reactions.
Of course, I'm not talking about taking liberties with strangers! That would be gauche at the very least, and could even put you in the pokey, Pokey. But when someone with whom you are intimately connected responds with a haughty glare or outraged rejoinder to your appreciative compliments and possible pats of praise, it causes consternation.
This is not always the reaction, but when it happens, my belief is that it's an extension of the original motivation: to teasingly entice. The fella must play the game, and it might even end up with him supplying a firm and loving, totally respectful spanking.
Or am I misreading? Wimin is a mystery.
Anyhow, enjoy the decorated derriere, the five new members' stories, and the free first chapters of two "Discipline and Desire" books:
The guy in Dulcie Taylor's "I'll Be Stronger Tomorrow" has one of the best entrances I've seen, and speaking of titillating Tops, the fella in Oona West's "Celtic Seduction" is an appealing rogue! Naturally, I enjoy the gals, myself.
And if you pronounced "Celtic" with an "s" instead of a "k" sound, you're a basketball fan or maybe a girl in a little tartan skirt who should come to Principal Wolfie's office.