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La Dirección General de Bilingüismo y Calidad de la Enseñanza, con el ánimo de contribuir a la integración de los auxiliares de conversación destinados en la Comunidad de Madrid, crea y mantiene los foros que aparecen en esta página.
No obstante, quienes participan en dichos foros lo hacen a título personal y asumen la responsabilidad de atenerse a la legalidad vigente. Por esta razón, la citada Dirección General ni se hace responsable de los anuncios publicados en los foros, ni puede ser considerada como intermediaria de los acuerdos que llegaran a alcanzar dichos participantes.
En caso de que se haga un uso malintencionado de alguno de los foros, toda entrada que no se considere adecuada se borrará y no se admitirán reclamaciones por parte del autor de la misma o de cualquier otra persona. También se borrarán los hilos que tengan una antigüedad superior a un curso académico.

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I've been told that, when it comes to relationships, there are several areas where I'm probably more "male" than "female." This usually applies to anything connected to the kitchen, or any homemaking activities at all actually. But what is probably my most marked male characteristic is my absolute need - almost a compulsion really - to know where the remote control is at all times while watching television.

I'm a lot better than I used to be. Before, I had to have it in my possession and be in full and total channel control. I was happiest with the remote resting gingerly on my stomach, my protective hand gently draped over it. I've aways likened the feeling of calm security I get from this to what I imagine men feel like when they absentmindedly shove their hand under their waistband and sort of cup their penises while lounging on the couch. Sort of like, "Hey, I know I don't need it right now, but at least I know where it is for when I do."

After a few boyfriends who felt equally strong about possession of the remote control, I learned to lower my demands. No longer do I absolutely have to have it in my possession, but I at least need to know where it is. When girlfriends come over, this usually allows me full control. I've never seen another woman come into someone else's home and commando the remote (except maybe me:-). But when a man walks through my threshold, forget about it. I've learned to just roll over and let them have it. Gotta pick your battles, right?