Therefore, “Women don’t have sex as much as men” is illogical. As is the idea that women don’t like sex as much as men.
I read on a debate I posted that the same 10% of men get all the women’s interest.
This sounds suspiciously like labeling certain men “Chads,” and saying women owe sex to men, but I digress… Continue reading “For Every Woman Having Sex With A Man, There Is A Man Having Sex With A Woman”
I’ve been hearing this idea for a while, and when I saw in my calendar today that this was my topic, I thought, “Of course!”
Because I’ve been having several conversations about just this recently, with a variety of people.
The Dating World Hates Men
I read this a few months back, which is what inspired this writing:
“I’m a guy and I don’t get attention, but women do.” Guys. Welcome to the dating world. It sucks. It’s biased. And it hates us.
Women will ALWAYS receive a much larger interest than us men. Why? Because they’re women. I don’t mean that in a sexist kind of way, I mean it in a societal kind of way. Guys want more, guys see a woman and immediately jump at the chance to be by their side. Guy are guys.
Which kinda made me puke a bit in the back of my mouth. Continue reading “Let’s Debate: Does The Dating World Hate Men?”
All women have to do is be on a [dating/sex] site, and men will send her messages. It’s so much easier for women, they make all the choices.”
Oh, FFS! This is the biggest load of bullshit I’ve ever heard (over and over and over and over).
Men and women, in general, have exactly the same choices, when dating.
Because, you know, male/female pairings require one of each.
Let’s look at this another way, from the male POV, and the female. Continue reading “Oh FFS! Quit Yer Whining!”
On a FetLife group about dating on OKC, the question was asked:
Who messages first?
According to a new study done by the OKCupid team, they stated that more messages happen when she sends the first message. What are your thoughts on this study? What do you feel would be the best course of actions to pursue a mate? What is your thought from the perspective of the opposite sex?
So I responded:
So, I did an informal dating study last year about exactly this (I was doing research for a kinky dating book I’m writing with a co-author). Here is what I did:
Set up an account almost exactly the same as my personal account, different pictures, but still my face, etc.
Wrote about the same thing, but different words. Continue reading “Dating: Who Messages First?”
Someone said in a conversation I’m in:
Those sort of atitudes, still alive in the 21st century, create a wall of misunderstanding and distrust that every man has to negotiate… <snipped>
And every woman.
Ever been in an argument, and had your partner tell you “I didn’t do X because you would do Y, and I didn’t want that,” and you were standing there wondering who the hell they think you are, because that was NOT your reaction? Continue reading “The Problem With “Women Don’t Want Sex As Much As Men””
So, I wrote yesterday (I’m trying to write everyday for a while) about pussy privilege, and how I understand it, and the parts of my personal ethic that I have created as a result.
Today, I’d like to discuss some of the things I did not say yesterday. The things that go along with that privilege.
I wrote about privilege first, because thoughts of it affect me more, so please don’t think I’m whining. I’m not. This writing is more to balance things out and give another perspective than anything. Continue reading “The Other Side Of Pussy Privilege”