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Rice Krispie Treats, Flirting And The Book You Must Read

Rice Krispie Treats, Flirting And The Book You Must Read

Regena "Mama Gena" Thomashaer (Photo from WealthySingleMommy.com)

Regena "Mama Gena" Thomashaer (Photo from WealthySingleMommy.com)

Last night, I ate gooey rice krispie treats while thinking about the man responsible.

He's a particularly ordinary-looking man who works as a Wawa associate. It was a late night run because I'd been craving a vanilla iced coffee and my boyfriend obliged.

I walked in, my posture straight, a smile on my face and grabbed what I desired, which included a gloriously fat rice krispie treat.

"I can help the next in line," the cashier called out.

I smiled at him as I walked to his register.

"Have you had these before?" he asked as he rang up the treat.

"Yes, I love them!" I replied.

"Have you ever tried them in the microwave? Just 8 seconds should do it," he said.

We kept smiling at each other as he told me how if I like pretzels and want to enjoy them with hot cheese, I could ask for it at the food counter.

As I was finally headed out the door, he said, "Have a great weekend, sweetheart."

I hated my appearance today, wearing an oversized t-shirt and ripped jeans with my hair due for a shampoo, but I was a woman in full pursuit of her own pleasure and that made me magnetic.

And it was fun, fun, fun to flirt with a man with no expectations.

This is one of the things Regena Thomashaer writes about in her forthcoming book. "If a woman is flirting, she is in her highest power." Flirting, she writes, is simply enjoying yourself. "Flirtation has no goal."

For Thomashaer, it's a way of expressing pleasure, which is of ultimate importance. Women who value pleasure lead -- get this -- pleasurable lives!

As Thomasher wrote in her earlier book, Mama Gena's School of the Womanly Arts, her greatest hope is to foster"greedy gang of gals."

Thomashaer's forthcoming book, Pussy: A Reclamation, Thomashaer takes it further by putting it in these very uncertain terms: at the helm of our desires is our pussy.

A woman in control of -- and, perhaps obviously, in touch with -- her pussy is a woman in control of herself.

Thomashaer's three earlier works are fun and innovative but not nearly as saucy as her fourth tome, due out in September.

I am grateful to have gotten early access to Pussy through NetGalley. I devoured it within a few days.

While I had already subscribed to the belief that a woman's desires are powerful forces for good that positively affect everyone in her orbit, I wasn't aware how opening ourselves up to a new relationship with our pussy -- more than just a reproductive system, and please stop calling her a vagina, a yoohoo, a va-jay-jay, and "chicken" -- can open us up to so much else.

I have taken her advice on reclaiming my pussy, a part of me from which I've long been disconnected as are many women whether they yet realize it.

It starts with getting a hand mirror between your eyes and your pussy. You may remember that episode of Sex and the City where Charlotte did this very exercise. As she predicted, I wasn't quite enamored when I reintroduced myself to her. I've done it a few times since and she's become more lovely each time.

She also suggests putting your hand on her, over or under your clothes, when you want to get in touch with your desires. And dabbing your own pussy juice behind your ears. Yes, I've tried both of these things.

I've taken to talking to my pussy when I find myself alone. Sometimes I say, "Good morning, gorgeous." Another time, when I was busy doing work I didn't want to do, I explained to my pussy that I knew it was less than pleasurable and I'd make up for it later. I'd do whatever felt fun as soon as I was done, and I'd watch TV while I worked to make it as enjoyable as possible.

I'm still judging myself a little as I write this, but it's too important not to share this.

Reclaiming your pussy (the seat of your natural power as a woman), standing for your pleasure and flirting with life. This is the start of a revolution.

Even if you've never been the kind of woman who turned heads, I promise that can quickly. It's already started for me. I've never received male attention like I am receiving now.

The man who cashed me out at Wawa wasn't the only man to flirt with me last night.

We ended up driving to a second Wawa where another guy at the register flirted and joked with me.

I'm finally realizing my desire to be magnetic to men and it's glorious. I've so been enjoying myself along the journey.

We are built to experience pleasure, and our having of it leads others to experience it too. It starts, if you're brave enough, with being willing to challenge the fear of your pussy. Please, do yourself a favor and acquaint yourself with Thomashaer's books, and pick up Pussy when it's out September 20.

Not only is it a guide to reclaiming your own pussy, but brilliantly tells the stories of her creation of the School of the Womanly Arts and of her life as a divorcee building a 7-figure business. She's an amazing woman and her work is groundbreaking.

To be honest, I was going to save my review until closer to the release date, but it's so good I couldn't hold my tongue.

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