There are actually two issues in this article: the invitation and the breasts.

  1. A woman asked me this question while on a date:
    Her: “If you asked for sex and I said No, would you get mad?”
    Me: “No, has that happened to you?”
    Her: “Yes, many times.”
    Me: “Those guys were stupid. If you ask a question with a yes/no answer, then you need to be prepared for and accept either one.”
    Your husband was correct not to ask you on the trip because he was not prepared for a yes response, no matter what you said in advance.
  2. As for your breasts, that is a hang-up to work through, if you think that it is important. I was in a similar situation, though not as comprehensive or inhibited. I spent two hours one day trying to come up with a word to describe how I felt about it. The stereotypes would be angry or frustrated. The term that fit was “unwanted.”

Good luck in the future

William “Bill” Myers, Analyzes all, Programmer, retired. If you learn anything new, find enjoyment, have a new thought, then I’m successful. Photo: 1st article

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