Menopausal dating should be adapted to film.
At 47 I needed hormones (Estrogen and Progesterone). I chose to wear a small circular patch on my belly.
It stays put...it's sticky. One day I learned "the patch" had a mind of its own.
I was in my Boudoir with the man I adore. I hadn't been "there" in a while so I was a little nervous. I gazed down to find the patch affixed to the end of a particular part of his anatomy. Cue blood curdling scream.
He didn't appear to notice. (And they say it's a sensitive organ?)
The patch had traveled before, affixing itself to the underside of friends' flip flops, bathroom tiles, my shirt sleeve...etc.
But this was different.
Should I pull it off like a band-aid? Should I gently remove it...diverting his attention, do a card trick and THEN make my move?
"It's an Estrogen delivery system" I admitted. I had to say something before, um, interfering with his manhood.
Later that night he blinked innocently and said, "Charmaine, my breasts are sensitive and I have cramps. Do you have a heating pad?