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  10. On reading my above post again in the light of day, I feel I may have been a bit harsh to women that do not consider themselves as 'Brats'. Of course they're not really doormats - unfortunate turn of phrase that just fell out there. Sorry. But a so called 'brat' is just as entitled to behave the way they do as anyone else, as long as they are with a man that likes this!
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  12. I don't like the term particularly, because it smacks (excuse pun) of someone deliberately causing disruption to further their own ends at the expense of anything their partner may feel - and I don't think that is the intention of a so called 'brat'. I just wish someone could think of a better word to describe someone like this.
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  14. Really, at the end of the day, what is important is that each and everyone of us should not expect any other person to adopt an attitude that is not in accord with his/her inner self and feelings, whatever we may think ourselves. As long as a relationship is truly consensual between any two people, then that is their business and no-one else's.
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  16. We are all different - and have different experiences and lives from which we draw upon, and we all need different things to make us individual and unique human beings.
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  18. Lois Lane.
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  20. by Lois Lane on 2005 Feb 25 - 15:38 | reply to this comment
  21. Brats
  22. If a man calls me a Brat, I consider it a compliment!!
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  24. by Lucy on 2005 Mar 2 - 06:29 | reply to this comment
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