"Inexplicable her beauty is the beauty of her whispering appeal to the spirit. How she embodies these things stings and tickles. Seldom do men find themselves with this privilege in their lives..." - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4/4/17
|Susan Sarandon wearing a Fedora.|
|Susan Sarandon provocative in form and beauty.|
|Susan Sarandon shoot on the @HighLineNYC (2014)|
It is a marvelous testament the best of men say about Susan Sarandon:
"I have no idea how anyone can be so feminine and sexy while sitting in a folding chair."
"I have always adored you, such a fascinating compassionate luminous actress you are."
"Most any woman who can giggle and laugh is greatly more attractive. The three empty chairs add great compositional elements."
These words speak to the approval men feel about women who are strong in their sense of being. It isn't the tone that women adopt that repels many American men in their declarations about being strong, bold and independent women. What captures men, real men deeply embedded with their masculinity, are the combinations of these elements around the woman's centerpiece: her femininity. How strong that is supported builds loyalty and trust in the strength of bonds, the boldness of being a woman in a man's world, and trusting of the process of being better as a couple, if a man has the privilege of being such a woman's husband. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4/4/17
Susan Sarandon born 1946 said, "I look forward to being older,
when what you look like becomes less and less of an issue and what you are is the point."