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Monday, January 16, 2006

Woman Crush

(Welcome Anchoress readers!)

This post is about a woman, a heterouncurious woman at that, admitting she likes certain other women. That's right -- I have Woman Crushes, what?

It occured to me, after I posted my comments on the blogpost below, that my family might've struck people as impossibly provincial and narrow by blocking the LOGO channel from cable box existence.

Don't judge me!!

So, of course, I have to uphold my standards of sophistication and low-life Europeanness (see Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode with Michael York), by mooning over certain women, like a schoolgirl in puppy love with her homeroom teacher, Mrs. Baker.

NOT that that happened to me or anything. Just sayin', okay?

Okay.

Here then, are the women who I personally like.

There's something about them that doesn't garner my animosity as a woman, and let's face it, most women are unbelievably competitive, jealous and bitter towards other women (meow), even when they're being all nice to them and crap.

You know who you are.


WOMAN CRUSH NUMBER 1



Michelle Yeoh


A wonderfully resourceful actress and cagey veteran of many Kung-Fu movies from Hong Kong, Michelle Yeoh has an incredible restrained elegance, which many people associate with the calm dignity and inscrutable wisdom of the Far East.

I had seen her in a few films, before I watched her performance in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which knocked my socks off.

Such poise. Such understatement. Such a devastating roundhouse.

One feels instinctively she could talk about anything under the sun, and yet, not be overbearing and forward, a very difficult combination to get right in life (don't I know it).

Plus, I used to kickbox, so she'd give me pointers.

Punching bag exercises, and good conversation, what's not to like?


WOMAN CRUSH NUMBER 2



Jill Hennessy


I think I'm not alone in being smitten with Jill Hennessy's woeful Frenchified looks, and strangely alluring deep voice.

(To my happy astonishment, I found out she has an identical twin, Jacqueline, so now I know how all you Olsen Twin fanciers out there, feel. Pervs!)

Yes, I actually IMDB'ed her yesterday, after watching an old episode of Law & Order, which is surely everyone's second favourite television show, at the very least.

She's married, has a son named Marco, and her mother, Maxine, who ran out on her family when Jilly was a young'un, cooks fabulously.

Aren't IMDB user-written bios disjointedly fascinating?

My favourite factoid, which Renato once confirmed:

She used to be a busker for a chicken restaurant in Toronto. You know, the people who put on a sign, advertising a locale nearby?

I wonder if they made her wear the chicken outfit.


WOMAN CRUSH NUMBER 3



Nigella Lawson


Everyone has always said I sound like Liz Hurley, the slag, but I'd really love to sound like Nigella Lawson -- soft, soothing, with just a hint of "let's make a fritatta" around the edges, to warm you up.

Not only are her Conservative Party credentials impeccable (she's even named after her father, that notorious confrère of Margaret Thatcher, the slag)...



...but she can cook up a storm.

As my cousin Reggie once said, "She's posh, sexy, and can make a fella some bangers and mash in a trice. She's perfect."

Quite.

The other women on top are platonic woman crushes, but Nigella Lawson is the closest thing to a thought of tribadism I may ever enjoy, since I confess, watching her make mushy peas (corrrr!!) does something to me.

And that something is very, very disturbing.

...so take that, all of you who doubted my sophistication and femme du mondeness!

I can like girls just as much as the next woman.

And what's more, I can blog about it afterwards.

You think Rosie cornered the lesbian chic blog market?

P.S.: Oddly enough, I'm not into girlie men, of the feminised face and unthreatening presence, like Jude Law, Orlando Bloom, or anything called Ashton. Although Demi in St. Elmo's Fire was really hot.

31 Comments:

  • All this time I've been thinking you are Nigella Lawson! When I need a mental image of Sundries, that is indeed who I think of, even though you sound like Liz Hurley!

    Have you seen Ms. Yeoh in Wing Chun? Tres cool!

    No blog is more fun to read than yours, I admit...

    By Blogger Ron, at Mon Jan 16, 12:41:00 am GMT-5  

  • Wow! You just floored me. Six-foot eight, blond, with a Liz-Hurley- voice---and the same taste in women! Almost(2 out of 3--I haven't had the pleasure of discovering Nigella Lawson, and I fear she may be excluded on the basis of her "bounty".) I did meet Ms Hennesey, by the way, when she was a teenager panhandling in a rapid transit station in Toronto(I gave her $20 and some sage advice). I recognized her the first time I saw her on TV(later confirmed in an Esquire article). And I do know about her sister(it wasn't her). Since you are now thinking "so what?", I just thought I'd share this with you. I'll stop before you hurt me.

    By Anonymous Darrell, at Mon Jan 16, 12:49:00 am GMT-5  

  • I never had a "man crush," by the way---don't really know any hetero-man who has. There are men that I wouldn't mind being,for example, Sean Connery at 35 or John Schneider(Jonathon Kent on "Smallville"). As far as your "confession" goes, I think it's darling.

    By Anonymous Darrell, at Mon Jan 16, 01:35:00 am GMT-5  

  • Don't expect a reciprocal 'man crush' post at my website.

    I'm secure in my sexuality, but maybe not that secure.

    (OK you got me I'll admit two)

    About the most gorgeous man I've ever seen was Mariano Duncan when he played for the L.A. Dodgers.

    And back when I was a teenager if Adam Ant had hit on me, I might not have said no (more out of Idol worship than actual desire).

    But not bad choices on the femmes on your part.

    (now for the patented and obligatory tangentially on-topic XWL digression)

    Given that the Oscars are FAR more popular outside of the U.S., I've always thought they should have an English speaking 'International' Emcee like Michelle Yeoh.

    Jill Hennessy's attractive but I've never liked the characters she's played which effects my regard for her though it shouldn't.

    But Nigella, yummmmmmmmmm (in so many ways). Whenever she's on Leno, he drools all over her, and not just for the cooking. The thing that women often don't understand about what men find attractive isn't overall size, but proportionality.

    And if you believe in this I either look sort of like Lenny Kravitz or Russell Crowe (or Albert Einstein, or Keira Knightley, or Shirley Temple?!)

    By Blogger XWL, at Mon Jan 16, 01:50:00 am GMT-5  

  • This is the kind of post that you should not approach if, being male, you don't have Kleenex and Kiehl's hand lotion near you

    And I'm going to need far more description (or better yet illustrations, I fit the cliche about men being mostly visual in their arousal) to engage in the sort of diversion you are suggesting.

    But thanks for the warning anyway.

    By Blogger XWL, at Mon Jan 16, 02:09:00 am GMT-5  

  • All this time I've been thinking you are Nigella Lawson!

    I am!

    Just back from my world-wind tour at the White House.

    Did you check out how Dubya was looking at me? Corrr!

    When I need a mental image of Sundries, that is indeed who I think of, even though you sound like Liz Hurley!

    There are worse images you could conjur up, Ron.

    You just know Ruth Anne thinks of me as Ruth Buzzi.

    Have you seen Ms. Yeoh in Wing Chun? Tres cool!

    Wow! No, I haven't.

    See, the thing with me is, my woman crushes are not like the crushes men get on women.

    I haven't seen any film of Michelle Yeoh's after her James Bond (which I have on DVD, BTW) - Crouching Tiger stints.

    And I've never seen Jill Hennessy's Crossing Jordan (to date).

    No blog is more fun to read than yours, I admit...

    You think the Anchoress would ever talk about her woman crushes??

    Would she, bollocks.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 02:14:00 am GMT-5  

  • Wow! You just floored me. Six-foot eight, blond, with a Liz-Hurley- voice---and the same taste in women!

    "Grandpa, how did you and Grannie meet?"

    "Would you believe it. She and I were both buying the same Michelle Yeoh poster at Specs!"


    Almost(2 out of 3--I haven't had the pleasure of discovering Nigella Lawson, and I fear she may be excluded on the basis of her "bounty".)

    Ooh, a rare non-breast fancier, eh?

    I did meet Ms Hennesey, by the way, when she was a teenager panhandling in a rapid transit station in Toronto(I gave her $20 and some sage advice).

    Wait, what? Wow! Now you've floored me.

    First that you met her. Second that you gave a bum $20.

    My max is $10. That gets them hot food and a ride on mass transport.

    $20 gets them a vial of crack.

    ...did you give her the speech about how pretty she was, and how she could be off the streets, playing assistant DAs on TV?

    'Cause if you did, Darrell, it worked.

    I recognized her the first time I saw her on TV(later confirmed in an Esquire article). And I do know about her sister(it wasn't her).

    Interestingly, the sister once played her in an episode of L&O's subsidiary programme.

    They must sound totally alike, as well as look like each other.

    Since you are now thinking "so what?", I just thought I'd share this with you. I'll stop before you hurt me.

    You are wise beyond your years, Kemosabe.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 02:19:00 am GMT-5  

  • I never had a "man crush," by the way---don't really know any hetero-man who has.

    INTERESTINGLY, the very first time I heard the term "insert-gender-here crush", was from a man about a man.

    It was on a sport page, when the writer claimed he had a "man crush" on Johan Santana -- you know, the flame-throwing hurler from the Twins.

    No wonder Renato had him on his fantasy team! ;)

    There are men that I wouldn't mind being,for example, Sean Connery at 35

    There are people who are Sean Connery Bondites, or Roger Moore Bondites (my mother, e.g.).

    But to my mind, Sean Connery in Dr. No, with that cigarette hanging casually from his lips at the roulette table, corrrr!!

    That's my guy, right there.

    or John Schneider(Jonathon Kent on "Smallville").

    Oh, I've never seen that.

    Is he that vaguely Asian-looking actor...excuse me, the Tohesian actor?

    As far as your "confession" goes, I think it's darling.

    I'm comfortable making that admission, now that I've taken away any chance for running for elected office (outside Frisco, Hawaii, and parts of South Beach).

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 02:26:00 am GMT-5  

  • Don't expect a reciprocal 'man crush' post at my website.

    Booo.

    I'm secure in my sexuality, but maybe not that secure.

    Good. And you're not the only one.

    As my dad says, if you're a man and you know colours other than red, blue, and navy blue, you're a whoopsie.

    (OK you got me I'll admit two)

    Whoa!

    About the most gorgeous man I've ever seen was Mariano Duncan when he played for the L.A. Dodgers.

    Whew. I thought for a second you meant Mariano Rivera, who makes John Leguizamo look handsome.

    I will Google Images, forthwith.

    And back when I was a teenager if Adam Ant had hit on me, I might not have said no (more out of Idol worship than actual desire).

    Duuuuude.

    (I personally liked Billy Idol, but that's just me)

    Your startling and may I say, adorable admission, reminds me about one of those "I Love the 80's" episodes on VH-1.

    They were discussing a Rob Lowe and Demi Moore vehicle of that year, when the male commenter said,

    "I found myself thinking, 'Demi Moore is pretty, but Rob Lowe is HOT -- I'd do him'"

    It's safe to say this guy knows a thing or two about chartreuse and fuchsia.

    But not bad choices on the femmes on your part.

    Good.

    I'm glad my tastes coincide nicely with guys I respect.

    And hey, after posting this for you all, I thought to myself,

    Is there a reuniting thread of similarity between these women and my liking them?

    Apart from brunette, I'm stumped.

    Think of anything?

    (now for the patented and obligatory tangentially on-topic XWL digression)

    Very good. It drives Ann Althouse kwazy, I noticed, heh heh.

    Given that the Oscars are FAR more popular outside of the U.S., I've always thought they should have an English speaking 'International' Emcee like Michelle Yeoh.

    Quite true!

    But the Oscars have become so tatty, that stiffs like Tom Cruise don't even bother to don their dinner jackets any more.

    Michelle wants no part of that riff-raff.

    Jill Hennessy's attractive but I've never liked the characters she's played which effects my regard for her though it shouldn't.

    Ooh, interesting.

    Claire Kincaid was a feminist. Is that what you mean?

    But Nigella, yummmmmmmmmm (in so many ways).

    Indeed. ;)

    Whenever she's on Leno, he drools all over her, and not just for the cooking.

    You mean, like Isabella Rossellini and David Letterman, who virtually eats her from the elbow down when kissing her hand?

    Yeah, I noticed that too.

    The thing that women often don't understand about what men find attractive isn't overall size, but proportionality.

    Nigella, I was noticing whilst looking her up in Google Images, is a fairly busty gal.

    As you know, we women are always looking at other women in clinical ways physically, but I had never noticed her amazing bosomosity until it stared me in the face on my blog.

    In a completely unrelated train of thought, I was bottle-fed.

    And if you believe in this I either look sort of like Lenny Kravitz or Russell Crowe

    I'm not into bad boys, either, but I'm sure I'd like you. ;)

    (or Albert Einstein, or Keira Knightley, or Shirley Temple?!)

    Whoa!

    I look like Keira Knightley. Allegedly.

    It's to do with the eyes region, because my nose is different, and my lips are bee-stung, not full like hers.

    Also, I'm not as flat as a board.

    Worked for her in Bend it Like Beckham, but man. Poor thing.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 02:42:00 am GMT-5  

  • Whew. I thought for a second you meant Mariano Rivera, who makes John Leguizamo look handsome.

    I call Rivera "The Goblin." Can't you just see Torre in the dugout going, "My Precioussss?"

    Jay Mohr has a great routine about Nigella Lawson. "Have you seen Nigella's breasts? They're fantastic!" He makes that theme funny for like ten minutes!

    Graham Kerr gets no such stand-up.

    By Blogger Ron, at Mon Jan 16, 09:42:00 am GMT-5  

  • Now I learn we have the same taste in women also!!! Plus as an added bonus you keep expanding my vocabulary! Today's word: tribadism!! Not that there's anything wrong with that.....

    By Blogger Jose Aguirre, at Mon Jan 16, 09:53:00 am GMT-5  

  • Victoria: What "world-wind" tour were you on? Do you play the oboe? or clarinet? or flute?

    Coulda' bet it was "whirl"wind tour.

    btw: I do not think of you as Ruth Buzzi. Your handbags post got me thinking of her. For you, I think of Emma Thompson meets Emma Peel.

    By Blogger Ruth Anne Adams, at Mon Jan 16, 11:32:00 am GMT-5  

  • And that something is very, very disturbing.

    It is indeed. Any time I have to whip my dictionary - ;-) - to find a word that I am not familiar with is disturbing.

    tribadism n : a form of lesbianism that simulates heterosexual intercourse

    Ummm...ok.

    By Anonymous I R A Darth Aggie, at Mon Jan 16, 11:35:00 am GMT-5  

  • I call Rivera "The Goblin." Can't you just see Torre in the dugout going, "My Precioussss?"

    Ron, you big poopy, you know LOTR references sail over my head.

    Jay Mohr has a great routine about Nigella Lawson. "Have you seen Nigella's breasts? They're fantastic!" He makes that theme funny for like ten minutes!

    I don't like him. :(

    I once saw an excerpt of his stand-up routine when he mentioned something about having sex vicariously with your family, through the soap you all share in the shower.

    Blechhhh!

    Graham Kerr gets no such stand-up.

    Well, apparently the Frugal Gourmet made out like a bandit in that department....ew.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 12:50:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Now I learn we have the same taste in women also!!!

    Admit it, I'm just your dream woman, Jose!

    Plus as an added bonus you keep expanding my vocabulary! Today's word: tribadism!! Not that there's anything wrong with that.....

    Erm, well not if you're not in an all-girl boarding school, getting hit on by the head school lesbo, no.

    Not that ever happened to me, okay? Okay.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 12:52:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Victoria: What "world-wind" tour were you on? Do you play the oboe? or clarinet? or flute?

    Coulda' bet it was "whirl"wind tour.


    Geez, Ruth Anne, don't make my flatulence into an issue.

    btw: I do not think of you as Ruth Buzzi. Your handbags post got me thinking of her. For you, I think of Emma Thompson meets Emma Peel.

    Emmas wild! Me likes.

    Especially the Emma Peel bit if you mean Diana Rigg.

    I have a thing about voices, much more than faces.

    Best female voices in the world:

    1- Diana Rigg
    2- Kathleen Turner
    3- Jill Hennessy

    This amounts to 90% of my woman crush on Number 3.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 12:55:00 pm GMT-5  

  • It is indeed. Any time I have to whip my dictionary - ;-) -

    Boom tish!

    to find a word that I am not familiar with is disturbing.

    Ah, another 800 SAT verbal scorer right'chere.

    tribadism n : a form of lesbianism that simulates heterosexual intercourse

    Ummm...ok.


    You got something against girl on top???

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Mon Jan 16, 12:57:00 pm GMT-5  

  • That episode when Nigella sneaks back to the kitchen at night and licks her chocolate covered fingers...those are the moments tivo was invented for.

    Why don't I ever see any Jill Hennessy look-alike buskers? All we get are guys with greasy hair singing beatles covers. The Hennessy twins are the 90s version of the Dale twins except the Dales never made it outside of Canada.

    In purely fantasy baseball terms, Jay Gibbons and Trot Nixon always seem to make it on my team. But they're men who crush the ball, note the difference there. :)

    When did logo stop being a computer program for kids?!? I used to love that little turtle.

    By Blogger Renato, at Mon Jan 16, 02:45:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Victoria I have not even seen you yet!
    However, based on just your writings, I will venture to say you would at least make my Dream Team! :)

    By Blogger Jose Aguirre, at Mon Jan 16, 02:59:00 pm GMT-5  

  • "heterocurious"

    I do not think that means, what you think it means...

    By Blogger JSU, at Mon Jan 16, 04:15:00 pm GMT-5  

  • "You got something against girl on top???"

    Not if she's on top of me! Otherwise .... feh.

    We would like a photo of one Sundries Tootsie, forthwith, Victoria.

    Okay, where did that 6'8" bit come from? Huh? Where?

    Sheesh!

    By Blogger benning, at Mon Jan 16, 08:35:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Everyone has always said I sound like Liz Hurley

    I really think "She Speaketh In Tongues" belongs in the Best of Sundries, not at all impartially either but if I were, it should still be left to blogger posterity. It is fine.

    As for your crushes, I'll simply never get over how able you are to pick out that which is best in this world. Since you're not vain, you leave out the best.

    By Blogger Paul, at Mon Jan 16, 08:36:00 pm GMT-5  

  • That episode when Nigella sneaks back to the kitchen at night and licks her chocolate covered fingers...those are the moments tivo was invented for.

    Please, Renato.

    It's bad enough I made a fool of myself over Nigella. Not you too.

    Why don't I ever see any Jill Hennessy look-alike buskers?

    Let's face it.

    Most female buskers have the face of Brian Dennehy.

    If there were a Hall of Fame of buskers, she'd be a first-ballot inductee.

    All we get are guys with greasy hair singing beatles covers.

    Yep, sounds like the buskers I know from England.

    Oddly enough, not too many buskers down here in SoFla.

    Except some poor devils in costumes at the side of South Dixie Highway, at times.

    The chicken outfit must stink to heaven.

    The Hennessy twins are the 90s version of the Dale twins except the Dales never made it outside of Canada.

    Erm...oh, okay.

    Explication? ;)

    In purely fantasy baseball terms, Jay Gibbons and Trot Nixon always seem to make it on my team. But they're men who crush the ball, note the difference there. :)

    Only I know the genius of this inside joke.

    (P.S.: Renato just won our MLB Yahoo Plus league, after I almost convinced him not to get Gibbons and Nixon! What do I know)

    When did logo stop being a computer program for kids?!? I used to love that little turtle.

    Please. You're talking to the girl that didn't even know what PS2 was a week ago!

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Tue Jan 17, 01:15:00 am GMT-5  

  • Victoria I have not even seen you yet!
    However, based on just your writings, I will venture to say you would at least make my Dream Team! :)


    As Captain, I trust!

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Tue Jan 17, 01:16:00 am GMT-5  

  • I do not think that means, what you think it means...

    Nonono. It's actually another inside joke for my Youksef readers. :)

    It was supposed to make them laugh, as we use 'bicurious' often and with sarcastic gusto.

    I am heteroconfirmed. :)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Tue Jan 17, 01:18:00 am GMT-5  

  • Not if she's on top of me! Otherwise .... feh.

    Gotcha. *g*

    We would like a photo of one Sundries Tootsie, forthwith, Victoria.

    Uh-huh.

    Okay, where did that 6'8" bit come from? Huh? Where?

    Sheesh!


    It actually was from another post, where I made a corny allusion to being point-guard.

    Darrell just ran with it since. ;)

    (I'm a shorty -- 5'6 and a smidge)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Tue Jan 17, 01:19:00 am GMT-5  

  • I really think "She Speaketh In Tongues" belongs in the Best of Sundries, not at all impartially either but if I were, it should still be left to blogger posterity. It is fine.

    Oh, it wasn't on my radar for "Best of"...but now that I have a nomination...!

    As for your crushes, I'll simply never get over how able you are to pick out that which is best in this world. Since you're not vain, you leave out the best.

    I'm vain, Paul. :)

    But like all my compatriots, I'm self-deprecating.

    It's no fun to take yourself so seriously, all the time.

    Much better to laugh at yourself, first!

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Tue Jan 17, 01:22:00 am GMT-5  

  • "I am heteroconfirmed. :)"

    What was the confirmation ceremony like?

    And the dress?


    (even had I been baptized, I'd still be going to hell, oh well, might as well have fun till then)

    (I try and not post a half dozen times a thread, but then you leave little traps like that laying about and I'm instantly ensnared)

    (and to take this from insouciant teasing to possibly 'too much information', "(I'm a shorty -- 5'6 and a smidge)" the perfect height for a sweet peck on the forehead)

    And I'm leaving out the usual digression, I'm all digressed out at the moment.

    Oh how can I resist, here's a woman I doubt you could have a 'woman crush' on. (Best lines from article, "I love how you were arguably the worst singer in the Spice Girls, which was just packed full of girls who couldn't sing" and "I love your marriage to that adorable high-talker, David Beckham").

    Brilliant, Bloody, Brilliant.

    By Blogger XWL, at Tue Jan 17, 07:33:00 am GMT-5  

  • Erm...oh, okay.

    Explication? ;)


    Cynthia Dale:
    http://www.northernstars.ca/actorsdef/dalecynthia.html

    Jennifer Dale:
    http://www.northernstars.ca/actorsdef/dalejennifer.html

    Not many interesting credits with the exception of Street Legal. It was the LA Law of Canadian tv back then.

    You know, LOGO? The little turtle you could command to go right, left, up or down a certain number of spaces. When you think about it now you realize just boring it was!

    By Blogger Renato, at Tue Jan 17, 11:52:00 am GMT-5  

  • My woman crushes, in the sense that they are fascinating to me and my desire to be even a little like them approaches on a slightly unbalanced lust, are as follows.

    Cate Blanchette- Do NOT get in my way when any movie opens in which she plays a part. The only woman in the world that gets me in a swoon. She has such charisma, call it mojo even. She always manages to convey a naturalness, decency and sparkling humor in her roles. She is beautiful but not in any kind of Barbie cookie cutter way but many people wouldnt even notice that she isnt conventionally beautiful because her presence is so strong and thats where her beauty comes from. She is magic.

    Sarah Jessica Parker- 1) The woman can DRESS! 2) the woman can DRESS! 3) The woman can DRESS! and 4) she has such a cute and unaffected way about her. She is charming in conversation in a way that is not in the least (or doesnt seem that way anyway) affected or cultivated. She doesnt seem to be well read or educated but she defintely has a knack for being an entertaining companion. I dont swoon over her mere presence, like I do with Cate, but I regularly swoon over her outfits. How does she so consistently choose outfits that are so cute, fun, womanly and becoming on her? I think she has the best taste of any woman going.

    Michelle Yeoh

    I have had a crush on her since Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon for much the same reasons stated above so no need to repeat them. What a woman! A real grown-up elegant powerful, secure, totally feminine woman who can kick butt without losing any of those qualities. Although her features are beautiful in themselves, Yeoh is another woman whose beauty is powerfully enhanced by the magnitude of her presence.

    By Blogger peggy, at Tue Jan 17, 11:54:00 am GMT-5  

  • Phew!! Thank God for google! I'm so glad that I'm not the only hetero woman-crushing woman out there, and that I can be so without my normalcy being questioned (at least in this blog.) Does anyone else think that Nancy Wilson from Heart is just unabashedly sexy? Watch the video for "Alone." She's a big haired, guitar wielding goddess. *sigh* Nancy, I wish I could quit you!

    By OpenID Tiffany, at Mon Mar 23, 02:23:00 am GMT-4  

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