Weird hostility on my part.
Okay, this isn't exactly a sexual question, but it's related to sexual issues, so I feel that this is the best place for it.
Talking to my boy tonight, we got on to a topic about high heels and how I find them attractive. He says that they don't do anything for him; for him it's all about your basic "smile and breasts." In my personal opinion, I look goofy when I smile, and I'm a member of the relatively itty bitty titty committee.
This slightly annoyed me.
I press the issue a bit, trying to figure out exactly why he feels that way. I realize that this is a stupid thing to do; people like the things they like and don't like the things they don't. That's all, folks. However, I was not content.
The conversation continues, and we nail down the fact that he and I have very different tastes. In women, I really enjoy secure, dominant women who understand their strength and revel in it. He likes cute. I HATE cute. I am in no way "cute." I am very smart and fairly serious and I like puns. I don't wear pink. I don't squeal or talk in a baby voice. I'm not particularly excitable. I'm tall. I'm brunette with very thick, assertive hair. Basically, I am Not!Cute.
This is where I got really pissed off and mildly aggressive, which in my world involves being snappy and more formal than normal.
Of course, he's just kind of bewildered, and left to go shoot zombies or something, while I'm left mad and wondering why, exactly, I'm so mad. Like I said: you like what you like, and that's totally cool. I know this will pass shortly, and it's not a big deal; he'll come back from vidjima games and I'll have gotten over it, but it's preying on my mind at the moment.
What I'm asking you guys is basically, why AM I so mad? I don't normally get like this, and I'm wondering if anyone's dealt with anything similar.
ETA: I did just recall that a part of this annoyance came when I put on my favorite pair of high heel leather boots and got on the webcam and he called them "curb stomping boots." Perhaps not crucial information, but I recognize that it contributed to the annoyance.