I provoked a bit of a conversation with my wife last night. It was short, but telling.
We were watching "Real Steel" on Blueray which stars Hugh Jackman and Evangeline Lilly. Double yummy.
I mentioned that Miss Lilly was hot. She narrowed her eyes at me and gave me a faux-dirty look.
Grinning devilishly, I asked her if it makes her jealous when I make comments like that (which I rarely do).
She said no, because she's a celebrity and not realistically attainable.
After recovering from her shocking assumption that Evangeline Lilly DOESN'T have the hots for me, I asked if it would bother her if I made the same sort of comment about a guy...like, say, Mr. Jackman.
Her response was no, for the same reason. "I know you better than that", she said. "It's all about obtainability. It would be different if it were people around us."
"It doesn't bother you that it's a guy?"
Here's the thing. I think she said that because she's a good little liberal. She knows that being LGBT is not a choice, and that getting mad at me for something I can't help would be hypocritical of her.
It bothers her though, I can tell. My bisexuality has always been a source of concern for her, in large part due to a few incidents that happened early on in our relationship. More on that later...
Anyway, one more thing that I find to be wierd but cool. It could be a coincidence, but since starting this blog my libido has increased...for my wife! Guys are still hot, but...I'm wanting her. BAD!
Confusing, but I'm just gonna go with it.