Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Bangkok Power Parity

by Daddy X


Bangkok Power Parity  


“You must think of me as very old, Sumalee.”

“In Thailand we revere age, Herbert. Older men possess power.”

“But you have to work so hard to make me come. A boy your own age would be better for you.”

“I am young, sir, and because of you I have a life ahead. I learn English from you. You pay for my education at university. You charge me no rent. No need to sell my body to strangers.  

“I simply provide for your welfare, Sumalee.  Now that I know you, I couldn’t bear to see you continue in that brothel. Come here. Take your clothes off and sit. I want to feel your youth beside me.”

“I am happy to make you feel sexy, Herbert. Now, touch my pussy. I’ll feel sexy too.”

“You should not pretend, my sweet. I understand my body is used up.”  

“You still know how to pleasure a woman. Oh that feels good, Herbert.”

“I can hardly maintain an erection any more. If not for-”

“You get hard when you fondle my tits. When I dance for you and make my ass quiver.”

“Yes. But it all goes away too quickly.”

“Then I’ll show you more, you silly man. Watch, as you make me come. Use both hands, Herbert. Then your tongue.”

“Whatever you say.”





9 comments:

  1. Sweet and fun, Daddy.

    However, she speaks English with much greater proficiency than any bar girl I've ever met!

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    1. Heh- After Paolo's overdone riff last topic, I wanted it tuned down. Too much?

      I did try to take that into consideration with a few skipped articles and modifiers, but also figured since she's going to university and taught by him???

      On the ground, ;>) I usually ask if they speak English and talk a while to see if we...ahem...understand each other? One massage girl had lived in Arkansas for two years.

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  2. I know the title is "power parity," but for me this illustrates a number of power dynamics that I find profoundly uncomfortable... Well written dialogue as usual. Personally, though, I struggle a lot with big age differences, certain types of white/Asian relationships, and the saving the sex worker trope.

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    1. Interesting, Annabeth. Another critique of this suggested that the guy was the mark. Depends on the lens, I guess.

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  3. Seems to me that the guy is being used, as much as the girl is. She's getting what she wants, as he is, but she's the one with the real power. He's totally dependent on her to provide him with the pretense of denying his age. She's young and healthy and will continue on to be so.

    When I was the young girl, I had nothing but contempt for aging men who tried to recapture their youth with me. I was not interested in providing them with that kind of lie. Now that I'm the older person, I still can't understand how someone my age or older, would find anything interesting in what is to them age-wise, essentially a child. Yes, they have adult bodies. But their mind and experiences are child-like and naive. I don't look at the boys (I consider anyone under 40 to be a boy, since I could be his mother,) around me and think, "Gotta get me some of that!" as I used to. I look at them and think, "I could have changed your diaper. Can I introduce you to my daughter?" Luckily for me, my husband feels the same way. We're the same age, and happily muddling our way along, trying to age gracefully, and hoping to keep "things" working as long as possible! ;-D

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  4. While I appreciate that you saw the equanimity in the flasher, I will take exception to your second paragraph. I still am turned on by youth. Not that I would ever act upon that, or make them uncomfortable by obvious gawking. I know I'm not gonna get it, but I can't deny the pleasures of looking and the "O my, if only" thoughts. That's one reason I write what I do. Otherwise, what do we do with our libidos? Do we just deny what turns us on? I consider myself lucky to be fantasizing at 71.

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  5. I'm with Fiona about considering men under 40 as "boys" equivalent to my sons, but I also have great respect for the sexuality of folks older than that. Much older. Good thing we old folks are clever enough to compensate for some failings with extra creativity.

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    1. I like to think it's that Momma and I never had kids. When people have kids, they have to grow up and be adults to be responsible to those kids. It's a different mindset. That never happened to us. :>)

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    2. I never thought of that. You're probably right. If I wasn't a parent, I might think differently.

      Remember that old song, "Imaginary Lovers?" I like to think that fantasies fed my sexuality when I was a developing kid, and they'll still be there for me when I'm very old and wrinkly. That's what erotic writing is all about. But you won't find me writing about any pairings with huge age differences, just like I won't write about exotic Scotsmen, because my Dad was from Glasgow, so the accent is totally non-erotic to me!

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