Tuesday, November 9, 2010

No Uterus = Sexiness

Apparently having my uterus removed is an asset in the dating world.  Here I am thinking "Woe is me.  I'm divorced, with two old ass kids with no man."  Well, I'm surprised to find out, I got one up on these chicks out here.  After years of pain, when I was 26, I made the decision to get a hysterectomy.  The surgical procedure was necessary and the results meant that I wouldn't be able to have children.  Sad huh? Not.  Here's what I learned.  I'm the shit.  Boys actually find this attractive about me FOR THE WRONG REASONS!  I was told, "I actually like that you can't have kids.  (insert blank stare emoticon like this O__O )  You don't have a period and I don't have to worry about getting you pregnant."  O__O again.

Should I be flattered in any way?  So far, I haven't been. At the very least, I know my dating stock market value has increased.  Gooooo me, not.         


  1. Hmm, this is actually an interesting question. On the surface i would have to say that it is an asset because if you're in a monogamous relationship with a guy you all can have all the amorous encounters that you want without having to worry about getting pregnant.
    But underneath that, I would have to say that if someone really cares about you then they would stick by you during a pregnancy (if you could have children). But hey, thats not always how things go...

    Maybe they use these jokes as a kind of ice-breaker to ease the tension? evidently it's not working all too well.
    Gotta ask you though, how soon into dating are you telling these guys about your *ahem* "business down there"? that could possibly be sending them the wrong signal..

    Found your blog through Coogie, she's cool peeps.

  2. Hi AF!

    Yeah, so I wrote this and the dude I was referring to was actually my man, so I suppose it's a bit misleading, but (and there is a but) we're no longer together and that was one of my attractive qualities, he listed so that got me to thinking.

    As for when I tell new guys, I don't blurt it out, but I makes shyt VERY clear that I don't want ANY more children. Once we've gotten past quite a few silly and late night conversations, I'll tell someone. But it's not in my intro, "Hi I'm da bomb and down there (points to my womb), no haps." LOL

    Thanks for your comment!

    P.S. Coogie, my new online bud, seems like she's cool peeps. I likey.

  3. Oh hell no. That's like telling a man "I like you because you can't bust a nut in me and impregnate me". If the necessary precautions are taken instead of whatever reasons then you don't have to worry about it. Like me, I was on birth control but I should've still used a condom or better yet not had sex. We all know the risks.


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