Oh my word! Mia! You crack me up!
Seriously tho, I have always liked to be the aggressive one in relationships. Is that "male???" I like to pursue someone about a thousand times better than I like bein
g pursued. Or maybe that's just because most of the people who pursued me were folk I wasn't interested in? Whereas if I met someone I wanted, I just went for it.
When I dated girls, I almost always went for girls even more femme than I am (and I come across as really, really girly). As to dating boys, I had an argument with a male date once about who got to "protect" the other by taking the trafficky side of the sidewalk!
In my marriage, I totally enjoy sparring with my husband over the role of "Alpha Male." It completely cracks him up that I even try. Of course, biology has me at a major disadvantage.
But that doesn't stop me, at 5'7" and 130 pounds, from attempting to wrestle my 6' tall, 205 pound husband. I consistently lose, but hey, I'm not about to complain when a cutie pins me down.
So, er, fun question.
Even if it *does* open a worm can of gender stereotypes.