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20-21/11 - Does money make a person sexy?

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6 months ago

The thought has always been an interesting one for me. I've never thought twice about taking the hard road, because money doesn't do it for me. What is the hard road?

There are times in my life where IF I had used my womanly assets I could quite easily be living a life of luxury and financial freedom today. I was 19 and at a petrol station after a business meeting. I looked professional that day, and even wore a touch of makeup so that I could show the required visual impact that my client needed. The petrol attendants made jokes because they hadn't seen me looking spruced up before, it was funny, those men were my friends and I'd gotten to know them over the years because it was a small town.

A man pulled up at the petrol station in a Porsche. (Side note - I love cars, and I know a lot about them) I have no desire to ever own a Porsche, it would be a total waste of money for my lifestyle (I also think they are ugly😂). If I was millionaire I wouldn't be buying something that I can't even go over a speed bump without fearing I'm going to leave half my engine in the tarmac. That being said, take a look at this beauty...

Above image source, screenshot from: https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/g790/10-surprising-facts-about-american-muscle-cars/

Anyway, that's for one day when I've made my billions 😂 Back to my point. The man in the car got out of his car and started flirting with me, chatting me up and asked me to go for a drink with him. I looked him up and down and asked him:

I guess women don't say no to you, do they?

"No, they don't." The arrogance dripped off his voice.

Good, then I can be your first.

I proceeded to get into my car to leave. He shouted back at me wanting to know why. I held up my left hand and pointed to my ring finger:

Because you're married.

Above image by Pixabay User: fietzfotos

I had seen his wedding ring prominently displayed on his throttled finger. I left it at that and drove off. Did I find him sexy? No. I actually found him repulsive - I was repulsed because of the wedding ring because I wanted commitment. I wanted to be one man's everything. Not just a convenience for him, but also because of the arrogance. There is a massive difference between confident in who you are as a man, and utter arrogance that you can get anything you want.

I've had a few more of those, but the one which hit me the most was when a colleague I had worked with wanted more than I was prepared to give, and then decided that he would try to use his money to get what he wanted. He failed miserably.

Anyone can buy sex

You can go to any corner and go pay a lump sum of cash and you will be able to get yourself temporarily satisfied. I fully support the sex industry because if it was suitably regulated, there would be significantly less transmission of sexual diseases, there wouldn't be ladies being beaten up by their pimps and drugged off their minds. They would be businesswomen who have capitalized on a market.

That's never going to fulfil you. Waking up next to the prostitute you hired last night, or her leaving after you have done what you needed - something will always be missing. You can't get the companionship from someone you have paid for a sexual act. We all know the story of Pretty Woman.

Above image source, screenshot from: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0100405/

What a beautiful story it is, girl meets nice rich guy, falls in love and bam! Happily ever after. Guess what though? That's not reality - not in real life.

Or what about Indecent Proposal?

Above image source, screenshot from: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0107211/

What would you do if you were offered a large amount of money to sleep with someone? Spend a night with them? What would your partner say?

And of course, along these lines, one cannot forget to add 50 Shades of Grey into the mix. You would have heard about this movie (unless you literally live in a cave somewhere with zero access to media) and you would have formed your own thoughts about it too. Handsome guy with a lot of money, meets innocent young woman and has a kinky desire for BDSM.

Above image source, screenshot from: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2322441/

Being the open minded person I am, my opinion on sexual matters and desires is simple:

  • Safe

  • Sane

  • Consensual

Nothing else matters. If people have a desire to engage in that type of sexual exploration - fantastic. However, would the story have been the same if Christian was just a regular guy? If he was a man who was just barely making ends meet, would that girl had fallen head over heals for him and his desires for bondage? Would all those women who were dropping their panties at the cinema be doing it for Mr. Random in the street? I think not.

I am fascinated with the human mind

I've read probably libraries worth of books and literature on erotica, kink, desires, stories, psychological analysis of murderers, rapists etc. It's one of my morbid fascinations. The whole concept of the 50 Shades series is nothing like what a reality is in terms of a BDSM lifestyle. It's made into an airy-fairy concept by an author who I feel has never lived it - and if the author has lived it, they've failed horribly to capture the purpose of BDSM.

In terms of readership, do you really think that the entire world would have gone crazy for a man to engage in BDSM practices with a woman if he was a broke man who needed his wife to drive him around in her car? The book was about the power that comes with money, it failed to capture the reason for engagement in the activity. It failed to capture the trust between partners. It failed to capture anything more than one-sided-lust. It did however capture enough people for the author to retire quite comfortably, and for many husbands to probably have had something new pop up in their sex lives.

Then there's 365 Days 😂 I haven't taken the clip from the movie cover because it's probably a little too raunchy for read.cash! But here's an overview:

Above image source, screenshot from: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10886166/

The concept is that a kidnapper has taken a woman against her will and wants her to fall in love with him in 365 days. In real life you go to jail for that type of thing - you are not idolized as a man who has saved a woman from a bad relationship. Am I saying it was a bad movie? Nope, it was an interesting perspective. Did it "offend" me as a woman? Nope. Very little tends to offend me - and if it does there's something very wrong.

So back to the question: Does money make a person sexy?

To a large portion of the population, the answer is "yes". Look here:

Image source: click the YouTube link

I love watching these videos because I just feel as though these people are getting what they deserve. Money should have no influence on WHO you are spending your time with.

I feel sad to a large degree for people who are incredibly wealthy, because money may have solved all of the problems that regular people go through, but the majority of them haven't found LOVE. Especially not if their partner found out about the money before they were together.

You will never buy love

Tell your partner you've lost everything when they have been a millionaire, and see how well that goes. Or better yet, tell someone that you have no money when you first meet them, and see if they want to be your partner after that.

Try and meet a person without telling them who you are - meet them and talk to them about yourself without letting on that you are wealthy, then what? Will the response be the same?

Or what about when people find things out about you that catch up with you today from years before? They will probably have stayed if you were still wealthy, but if you weren't anymore? Would they still be there?

Money creates an environment conducive to good sex

Have you ever been through a hardship in terms of finances and noticed that your sex life takes a dive? That is because one or both parties lose the desire for it because there are other things on their mind. People who are wealthy have the ability to sustain a sexual bond because there isn't a need for "normal" worries.

As a woman, what makes you feel attractive? Being well rested? Having had peaceful time with your partner? Having no worries? Having someone compliment you and make you feel special? Being in a romantic place?

Money doesn't make a person sexy to me

What makes a person sexy to me:

  • Their intelligence

  • Their heart

Yes, financial stability and physical attributes help, but I'm also one of those women who can't stand the look of the guy who spends hours in a gym every day. And money? Money makes life easier, but as with the post previously https://read.cash/@JustMyRambles01/1511-1611-money-turns-people-into-chameleons-a30bac1e money can only hide what is there for so long.

Money can't make you sexy, only who you are can do that.

Above and lead image by Pixabay User: ShiftGraphiX

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A very interesting take and I think absolutely true. The fact is that money can buy sex, of course. It can buy gorgeous women. It can make some women do things they might not otherwise consider. BUT, it does not buy love. It does not buy adoration. It does not buy respect. It does not buy fulfillment. It only buys a quick romp in the bed with someone.

Which, if that's all a guy is looking for so be it. And if the woman only cares to use her body as a means to obtain things like money, so be it as well.

I also support the sex industry.

I do know there was an interesting encounter I had a few years ago with a tenant of mine. She was having trouble paying me the rent and offered me sex to cover it. It would have been a transaction, of course. No love involved. Did she find me sexy because I had money and owned the house she needed the rent for?

No. I was as much of a transaction as anything. Her desire was not toward me. She had no real interest in my 'manhood.' She simply saw me as a means to an end.

Of course, I did not take her up on her offer. I am happily married, and while she was a desirable woman, and the opportunity had merits just for a quick one-two, I also respect myself and my wife, AND respected the woman even if she made me a slightly unrespectable offer.

Again, very interesting take and I very much enjoyed reading your article.

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4 months ago

I'm glad to know there are other people who also support the industry. Most people see it as a taboo and only have bad things to say about it. It's also sad that a male prostitute is never looked down on quite as badly as a woman. A woman always seems to be labelled "worse".

Glad you enjoy my ramblings haha

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4 months ago

Amazing article, very informative and also truthful! I see 365 days as horrible fanfiction based on 50 shades because it's more extreme than 50 shades, but also even more stupid. 😂 I didn't watch the movie, but I saw 1 hour reaction to it on YouTube. The reaction was hilarious but the movie is just trash. Pure fiction with Stockholm syndrome aspect. I hate how BDSM is portraited in these movies. Sad thing is that many people follow it and admire it. 🙄🙄 Anyway... Did you know that 50 shades is fanfiction for Twilight? That's another "amazing" relationship example for young people. 😂

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5 months ago

Oh my word! Hello fellow similar thinker! Haha the reaction was funny. I seriously needed popcorn for the outrage. I hate how it's portrayed in literature and books because it's got nothing to do with what we see when speaking to those who live the lifestyle. Can't wait to have you part of the community 🤩 HUGE thank you for your support 🌻

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5 months ago

I don't find having money as sexy. I find intelligence and good thinking easy. If I would be fascinated as to how this person thinks by the way he talks that is when I find it sexy.

Many women nowadays prefer wealthy men to save them from working.

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6 months ago

I do think there are lots of men who also prefer to have the woman at home looking after all their needs, I feel that is good too because it is a choice that makes both partners happy. I agree with you that learning about how someone thinks can be very sexy.

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6 months ago

You can't buy love, but money can attract love 😂😂

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6 months ago

Do you really think so? I think it can attract people to meet and be together, but do you think you could fall in love with someone just because of money? I think there would have to be so much more there before you can say you are in love, maybe I'm just a hopeless romantic 😂

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6 months ago

Money helps you feel sexy towards yourself. I truly believe in that. I hope my answer makes any sense at all. 😅

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6 months ago

It does make sense 😂 simple things like being able to wear nice clothes or have your hair done can make you feel attractive.

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6 months ago

Haha xo relatable. Love cannot be bought by money! I completely agree! It does not make anyone sexy too. A man of principles and love for family is a thumbs up! Haha

I think I've watched the last two movies but I didn't pay attention haha xD.

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6 months ago

In all fairness, paying attention to those type of movies is difficult sometimes 😅 Totally agree, love for family is so very special and important.

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6 months ago

I watched that 50 shades and 365 days.. I wasn't fascinated on the story as well. It's not reality haha! And like you, I don't find any man sexy when they are arrogant just because they have money.. I grow up poor but never tempted with the luxurious things other men has offered me before, my principle is greater than my wants to have a luxurious life.

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6 months ago

I feel that waking up next to someone who completes you is so much more important than money. You can have a luxury roof over your head, but without the feeling of being loved you will just be empty. The 365 days was so corny in parts 😂 I felt like it was all about showing off his muscles.

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6 months ago

Hahahha yeah. I was even laughing with my friends being hooked by Massimo 😂

Exactly, I agree with you. Money can't buy genuine happiness.

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6 months ago