I certainly find that being around small children gives me an overwhelming urge to be taken roughly fron behind simply in order to reassure me I'm still an independent and attractive human being who doesn't have to take part in the Great Human Breedathon and subjugate her existence to that of a string of screaming brats...

I think that's just me though.
I'm sure that would be considered TMI in some circles.

I have to say, actually, that at my advanced age I can now put up with small children for ten or even fifteen minutes at a time.
I'm sure that would be considered TMI in some circles.


Or a handy hint in others >:-)
Being taken roughly from behind is the way the cavemen forced brats on cavewomen. Surely the way to assert your independence is to tie your man to the bed and ride him all the way? Or grab the nearest woman and do away with the man altogether...
grab the nearest woman and do away with the man altogether...

*looks around*

Shit, I'm surrounded by men in this office.
Surely the way to assert your independence is to tie your man to the bed and ride him all the way?

*thud*

That's why I need to ban myself from reading LJ at work. They're going to get no useful work out of me all afternoon, now... ;-)
You know, that may go some way to explain why some women are uncomfortable around breastfeeding mothers - they get the urge and think that makes them queer (I'm talking about straight women). Pheremones are wonderful things :-)
I'm not even sure it's limited to straight women. My understanding is that it's perceived as weird to have those sort of feelings around babies - some mothers for example feel a lot of guilt because the act of breastfeeding itself can be a turn on.
Sugar! Pah! That's for the proles. No, what you need to sweeten your tea is honey. Simply insert your spoon into the honey pot and take out a nice spoonful, 10 cc's usually does the trick. Then watch as that thick, viscous fluid slowly slides from the silver into the cup...

I think I need my heart pills, one moment.

I'm nearly a breast-feeding mother (well, about 20 weeks off anyhow) but I don't feel particularly sexy ATM. Something to do with squirming unsightly bump. And worst of all my lovely corsets don't fit.

As for small children - I'm still not broody in the slightest despite the publics assumption that as I am pregnant I want their smelly drooling screaming wretch thrust in my face to coodgy0coodgy0coo over. The only children I hae any interest in ATM come broiled.