There's no question that men and women view the world differently. In this column, TORO's Jesse Skinner and Erin Hershberg both weigh in with their respective opinions to your questions, whether tough or trivial.
Dear He Said, She Said:
I'm a computer geek, I've been playing video games since I was a toddler, I work in IT for goodness sake and yet my girlfriend constantly rides me for gaming. Is this cool?
Your woman shouldn’t be all up in your business about gaming.
Gaming builds strong tolerance for prolonged physical discomfort and strengthens coordination, both essential for improved cunnilingus. The next time she chides you, just tell her “I’m doing this for you, baby.”
Women have plenty of hobbies men find boring and pointless, they just usually happen outside the home, and not in the living room. The fact that she can see and hear every minute of your token mindless activity throws off the balance. Make sure both you and she have set aside at least an hour a day for your separate activities, unless you’ve decided to beat Super Ghouls and Ghosts all over again, in which case your time automatically jumps to eight hours. That game sure was a pain in the ass.
I don't really have any rules for my boyfriend except for the obvious exceptions. Like: don't be lazy, don't be late, don't tell me what to do or how to do it, don't ask me any questions and don't let me see your pubes when I shouldn't be seeing them. Other than those, I'm good.
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