And to be able to walk away unbothered, unburdened, and sexually satisfied makes me feel powerful at a time when many people with my liberal leanings have never felt less in control. But for right now I can highly recommend hooking up with someone whose politics you hate. For some reason Bill Clinton has been the benchmark for Democrats and the punch-line for conservatives since the day he set foot in the Oval Office--which he would soon disgrace.So I pushed aside his ingrained bigotry and instead let it wash over me, filling me with a desire to prove him wrong—or maybe to just be on top of him.As much as I don't like the idea of sleeping with people whose values are clearly the opposite of my own, I can’t seem to stop, especially since the election.For me, differing political ideologies are a deal breaker.But that only makes me more OK with accepting these flings for what they are: Opportunities for excellent hate-sex. For one, it occasionally brings me added stress and it isn’t really the kind of relationship I want in the long run.
And since I was confident in my political convictions, all that witty banter about tax codes, emails, and border walls was the foreplay I never knew I needed.I’m an extremely competitive person and knowing that the guy I’m with is on the “winning” team (even though I’m still correct) just forces that competitiveness into overdrive.Even when my annoyance with Trump and his supporters turns into depression, anxiety, and frustration, I still get an odd sense of vindication after sleeping with one of them.When someone asks about my worst hookup, I have plenty of options to choose from, but I inevitably end up telling the same story.It’s the one where I started arguing with a Trump supporter at a bar and then before I knew it, I was waking up the next morning in his bedroom.
Although the left can’t get enough of “lovable” Bill, including “feminists,” “slick Willie” has a long list of female accusers of sexual assault.