“There’s a psychology theory which places people in four different ctaegories judging from their personality and abilty: the Otter (Entertainers), the Loin (Leaders), the Oter (Thinkers) and the Golden Retrievers (Friends). The Golden Retrievers can’t say no.”
So a Golden Retriever is a kind of dog – are you thinking what I’m thinking?
Joelene, a gentle campus girl is one creature that would cause any boy to turn his neck at a quick glance to catch a view of an endowed lady. She dresses and appears so unique and gentle, best colour combination and a good accent to grace it all. It’s going to be her third semester on campus and she’s hoping to enjoy it, infact she’s beginning to work hard on herself as she hadn’t enjoyed her first two semesters. What is this thing that she’s working hard on – the will to say no at any cost.
As a pretty and perfectly endowed lady in her freshman year, campus stalites were all going for her. Her first experience still remains a shocker and so it went with several experiences following as she gradually became a campus bitch. But within herself, she knew she wasn’t like this – she isn’t a nymph; she isn’t sex starved neither is she every boy’s dog.
How her phone number went round the campus was shocking. It is however this plain – a guy calls her, she tells the guy off then after little persistence from the guy she gives in. The guy goes off for a peck and immediately, she finds resisting a hard task. The guy invites her over to the room for a movie and light gist but she comes up with flimpsy excuses while the guy won’t give up; giving it a second try and in the end she finds herself naked with sweat all over her body – the deed has been done again. So, in a perplexed mood she dresses up and sets out of the room, crying over spilt milk – the deed has been done already; she has done what will leave her angry and depressed, unfortunately it is for a short while.
Painfully, the story I just summarized is a true life account of a girl on campus (not UI though) and it is rampant among girls on different campuses due to their weaknesses and lack of strenght within to say “no” and MEAN IT, after all there is no crime in hanging out.
On a brief research, I realized that these weaklings have been indirectly raped (lack of consent, maybe). Some of my colleagues claim it is spiritual – the girl begs not to have sex but in no time she gives consent and go emotional afterwards. Another faction argued psychological – the dude, being the stronger party must have induced fear in the heart of the girl, the softer one and she wouldn’t want to make him angry.
Which ever side you choose to stand, believe me I didn’t write this to point fingers, just to create awareness – there are no saints!
Thank you for reading.
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