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I am just about the chillest person in the world, so don't start thinking I'm some kind of feminazi, guys.



Ah. Maybe this problem is more about fundamental misunderstanding than bad behavior.

I would say sailing (and I'm talking about dinghy sailing here, not luxury cruising with an autopilot!) is challenging, thrilling, frustrating and terrifying, satisfying when things go right...but aphrodisiac? That's, um, not the first thing that comes to mind. On the boat I'm too busy thinking about other things!
Heh-heh. Yeah, but you're not a dude! Hello!

Hang in there Inland. I understand your dilemma. Women are always coming onto me. It's just a burden we have to bear.
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Uh, I don't think that phrase is truly accurate when it is business transaction taking place curbside.
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Heh-heh. Yeah, but you're not a dude! Hello!
InlandGirl,

Smackdaddy has it. Just think like a guy and it will all makes sense. We guys are hard wired to be dogs. It is a constant struggle not to act on what your programming is telling you. Sometimes we slip.

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what so bad about a little companionship? Are we bound by oaths of chastity?
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The Nature of Challenges

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challenging, thrilling, frustrating and terrifying, satisfying when things go right...but aphrodisiac? That's, um, not the first thing that comes to mind. On the boat I'm too busy thinking about other things!
AH! Successfully overcome challenges, thrills, frustration overcome, and terror conquered ALL make men feel virile, and horny.

It's always been an aphrodisiac to me. And competent, powerful women are inherently hot.
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Fascinating.

I am married but I am pretty sure you are so hot I would slip up and leer at you too.

Watch out what you will feel like when you switch to female crew and they hit on you too!

I wish I had Smack's problem............

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Fascinating.

I am married but I am pretty sure you are so hot I would slip up and leer at you too.

Watch out what you will feel like when you switch to female crew and they hit on you too!

I wish I had Smack's problem............
Tis a cross to bear....so I just get a couple of hotties to help carry the load. Heh-heh.

And arch, let's be fair...after a couple of weeks at sea, sandpaper can be an aphrodisiac for a dude. It's not like our bar is set that high.
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I'm looking for experienced crewmate to learn from as I'll be taking title....Mid. January and to sail to Fla. panhandle soon after...a couple days sailing in Key largo to establish comfort/ compatibality?
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