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    I'm sure Einstein and Newton found physics easy. Tiger Woods probably finds golf easy. Achilles no doubt found fighting easy. Are they not to be respected?

    What warrants being disrespectful to those who find finding a sexual partner easy? Because they have no standards? Maybe so, maybe not. She might have slept with 100 of the most awesome guys ever. He might have slept with 100 plain women.

    Male actors and athletes and rock stars probably get more action than most women; they have it ridiculously easy. Are they sluts or studs?

    At the end of the day, the double standard is without justification.
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    (Original post by queenorivers)
    OP was discussing the idea of medication that stops sperm production

    SP scoffed at the idea.

    I read the info, lifted a quote here "Hormonal male contraception uses synthetic hormones to temporarily stop sperm developing."

    "temporarily stop sperm developing"

    "stop sperm developing"
    See where I'm going with this?
    Read the article. Read the research. Come back when you've realised how much of a moron you've made yourself out to be.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    I already answered this retarded question. An extremely vague topological similarity between penises and keys is not sufficient for this analogy to work.

    It's like saying "men are bigger than women, in the same way that a cricket bat is bigger than a cricket ball. A cricket bat is designed to hit a cricket ball. Therefore its ok for a man to hit a woman".
    No, I realise the topological similarity, its not what Im pointing out man!

    What I was saying - guys are the ones who reproduce a lot more by nature (read Richard Dawkins for example) which is why we compare males to keys - keys move around a lot more than locks.

    You dont have locks looking for the key, its the other way around .

    Thats what I mean py0alb
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    (Original post by queenorivers)
    That analogy is like food for sexists IMO.

    They're not similar, humans and locks/keys
    Thats because you dont look past the image we give it, you have to see the meaning behind it!

    Cmon you know in your heart of hearts what's what. Denial is shi*e
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    (Original post by yurihammo)
    No, I realise the topological similarity, its not what Im pointing out man!

    What I was saying - guys are the ones who reproduce a lot more by nature (read Richard Dawkins for example) which is why we compare males to keys - keys move around a lot more than locks.

    You dont have locks looking for the key, its the other way around .

    Thats what I mean py0alb
    That makes no sense.

    Thats because you dont look past the image we give it, you have to see the meaning behind it!
    The only thing you seem to be saying is that "I don't like women who sleep around". Which is a far cry from showing that it's wrong for a woman to sleep around.
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    Yeah, it's pretty much the same. I'd say that both are 'wrong' - I suppose if it's unprotected sex, the consequences could be worse for a girl who does that, but generally speaking, and all other things being equal, there's no difference between them.
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    (Original post by DanielleT192)
    Great explannation and actually makes sense . Would you be the "player" or the "slut" in the hypothetical sit?
    Thanks.

    I personally would never find myself in this situation, but if I were to be the guy who slept with 10 girls in a week, I would feel more dirty than proud.
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    (Original post by MRushton)
    That makes no sense.



    The only thing you seem to be saying is that "I don't like women who sleep around". Which is a far cry from showing that it's wrong for a woman to sleep around.
    No, not wrong, I meant uncommon! Dont take everything I say offensively!
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    (Original post by ferdi.g)
    Thanks.

    I personally would never find myself in this situation, but if I were to be the guy who slept with 10 girls in a week, I would feel more dirty than proud.
    Precisely. so what makes you think anyone else would be proud of you?

    I think its a complete myth that sleeping with 10 women in a week would "impress" your mates, unless you're exclusively friends with 14 year old boys.

    Does anyone on TSR want to come forward and admit that they are so easily impressed that they would think their mate was a "legend" for sleeping with 10 (probably fat ugly herpes-ridden) birds in a week? Personally I would think he needed a psychiatric assessment.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Precisely. so what makes you think anyone else would be proud of you?

    I think its a complete myth that sleeping with 10 women in a week would "impress" your mates, unless you're exclusively friends with 14 year old boys.

    Does anyone on TSR want to come forward and admit that they are so easily impressed that they would think their mate was a "legend" for sleeping with 10 (probably fat ugly herpes-ridden) birds in a week? Personally I would think he needed a psychiatric assessment.

    haha
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    You realise that that is the 3rd time that idiotic link has been posted on this thread? Try reading back before making pointless contributions in future.

    It's complete and utter *******s anyway. It's no harder to be a male slut (aka "stud" :rolleyes: ) than it is to be a female one.
    OK I apologise for not reading everything to see that it was already posted. But with respect you're wrong.

    Let's take me as an example. Fairly average bloke. Not amazingly good looking, but not ugly or obese either. Now take my female equivalent, as me, not amazingly good looking, but not ugly or obese either.

    For me to sleep with a lot of women, I would have to put in a good few hours at the gym, spend money on a flash haircut, stylish expensive clothes, I would have to carefully consider my approach, tailored to each girl, to put her at ease and seduce her, manage to win her trust in order to sleep with her.
    A girl, on the other hand, could pretty much offer herself up. Provided she's not an absolute disgrace to look at, odds are she can get some from an equivalent bloke.

    I would have to put in a lot of effort to sleep with a lot of women. A woman would not. The fact that I have to work hard at it is why a man is respected for it, and a woman is not awarded the same respect.

    I'm not saying that this is my view, or the morally PC view. But it is the view of society, and that is why.
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    Women aren't equal so no, not the same!
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    I think it is more acceptable in society for a man to do this than a woman.

    Personally I think it is kind of ech for either a man or a woman to have 10 diff people per week...
    I'm all for lots of sex, but not with quite so many different people. Doesn't appeal, nor would I really find a man attractive if I knew that about him :-/
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    (Original post by DirtyPrettyThing)
    OK I apologise for not reading everything to see that it was already posted. But with respect you're wrong.

    Let's take me as an example. Fairly average bloke. Not amazingly good looking, but not ugly or obese either. Now take my female equivalent, as me, not amazingly good looking, but not ugly or obese either.

    For me to sleep with a lot of women, I would have to put in a good few hours at the gym, spend money on a flash haircut, stylish expensive clothes, I would have to carefully consider my approach, tailored to each girl, to put her at ease and seduce her, manage to win her trust in order to sleep with her.
    A girl, on the other hand, could pretty much offer herself up. Provided she's not an absolute disgrace to look at, odds are she can get some from an equivalent bloke.

    I would have to put in a lot of effort to sleep with a lot of women. A woman would not. The fact that I have to work hard at it is why a man is respected for it, and a woman is not awarded the same respect.

    I'm not saying that this is my view, or the morally PC view. But it is the view of society, and that is why.
    You are incorrect, because you're not comparing the same thing. You're comparing an average girl's ability to pull any guy, with your ability to pull attractive girls. It's apples and oranges. Notice how no girl has come on here and said "I'm an average girl and I find it easy to pull hot guys". Instead, we have had several girls saying "I'm pretty, but I find it hard to pull"

    An average girl could not "easily" pull a lot of attractive guys, in the same way that an average guy finds it difficult to pull attractive girls.

    Equivalently, even you could easily sleep with a lot of women if you lowered your standards. Ugly, lonely, fat, stupid girls would all lap up the attention. The mistake you are making is that you are seeing an inequality with your personal dealings with women, and like most deluded men, you are attributing this to the fact that you're a man and she's a girl; but this is not the case: the reason is simply because she is more attractice a girl than you are a man. You're simply aiming too high but convince yourself otherwise because its tough on your ego.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    You are incorrect, because you're not comparing the same thing. You're comparing an average girl's ability to pull any guy, with your ability to pull attractive girls. It's apples and oranges. Notice how no girl has come on here and said "I'm an average girl and I find it easy to pull hot guys". Instead, we have had several girls saying "I'm pretty, but I find it hard to pull"

    An average girl could not "easily" pull a lot of attractive guys, in the same way that an average guy finds it difficult to pull attractive girls.

    Equivalently, even you could easily sleep with a lot of women if you lowered your standards. Ugly, lonely, fat, stupid girls would all lap up the attention. The mistake you are making is that you are seeing an inequality with your personal dealings with women, and like most deluded men, you are attributing this to the fact that you're a man and she's a girl; but this is not the case: the reason is simply because she is more attractice a girl than you are a man. You're simply aiming too high but convince yourself otherwise because its tough on your ego.
    :facepalm:

    You're either very deluded, or are you really a girl pretending to be a guy on here. I seriously can't believe that you just wrote that, but I guess some people prefer to live in denial.
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    (Original post by m.i.e)
    :facepalm:

    You're either very deluded, or are you really a girl pretending to be a guy on here. I seriously can't believe that you just wrote that, but I guess some people prefer to live in denial.

    Good argument. Obviously a student of critical thinking. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Good argument. Obviously a student of critical thinking. :rolleyes:
    Clearly you don't know what a (good) argument is. But I'll tell you that they're definitely wasted on you.
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    (Original post by m.i.e)
    Clearly you don't know what a (good) argument is. But I'll tell you that they're definitely wasted on you.
    I've already made a strong argument. I assume that if you actually had a point, you would have brought it up by now rather than just trolling. Either make a coherent point, or kindly **** off, thanks
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    Tiresias, when still a young man, was walking through the forest when he came upon two snakes entwined in copulation. Upon placing his staff between the two amorous serpents, he was suddenly transformed into a woman. What became of the snakes is unknown.
    Years later, Tiresias was again walking through the forest when she again interrupted a private moment between two snakes. By once more placing her staff between them, she completed the cycle and was transformed back into a man.
    The unique breadth of experience thus enjoyed by Tiresias led Zeus and Hera to call upon him to resolve a marital dispute: who enjoys sexual intercourse more, males or females? The answer from Tiresias was both unambiguous and precise: females do nine times more than males!
    This response incensed Hera so much (as she was apparently attempting to argue how little pleasure she experienced) that she struck Tiresias blind. Feeling responsible for having gotten poor Tiresias into this mess, Zeus tried to make amends by giving him the gift of prophesy. It was from this state of blinded vision that Tiresias prophesized the terrible destiny of Oedipus.

    Mythological figures in which the male and female are combined are common throughout the world's cultures. In India, Shiva is often depicted united with Shakti, his spouse he on the right side, she on the left in the manifestation known as Ardhanarisha, The Half-Woman Lord. Some African and Melanesian tribes have ancestral images which contain both female breasts and a beard or penis to signify the masculine. Awonawilona, the principal god of the pueblo of Zuni, known as the maker and container of all, is sometimes referred to in the masculine, but is actually he-she. Syng Hyang, the ambisexual Balinese god is thought to be capable of changing sexes instantaneously (Highwater, 1990). The Candomblé deity, Oxumare, switches sexual identity every six months (Krippner, 2001). And The Great Original of the Chinese chronicles, the holy woman Tai Yuan, contained both the masculine Yang and the feminine Yin. Among the Greeks, Hermaphrodite and Eros were each both male and female.

    Moving from the mythological plane to the physical, we find a blending of the male and female essences in the behavior and thought processes of many cultures. In many North American tribes, for example, the two-spirited one (formerly known as a berdache) is seen as an utterly legitimate, even sacred gender identity despite being neither male nor female (Williams, 1986). In India, the hijras, are similar in that they are born male but choose to become not-men-not-women, and undergo castration to gain admission to one of the seven houses of the hijra community (Harris, 1989). The Sworn Virgins of Albania are biologically women, but women who have decided to be male in gender, normally before the age of ten. They take a vow of chastity, wear men's clothing, work with the men and are accepted as being men except that they cannot be murdered. This prohibition is a distinct advantage in a culture riven by blood feuds (Taylor, 1996).

    As a last example of these shifting, fluid lines between male and female, the Hua people of New Guinea distinguish physical sex from social gender by reference to nu a substance that is essentially female in nature. Nu is produced by women but can be transmitted to men via sexual contact and food (somewhat like the concept of yin energy in Taoist thought). Figapa people contain a lot of nu, while kakora people have little. The figapap include fertile women, children of both sexes (because of their close contact with the women), postmenopausal women who have had fewer than three children, and old men who have become permeated with nu during years of sexual contact and nu-rich food. The kakora include males who have been initiated properly, and postmenopausal women who have had more than three children which has purged them of nu so effectively that they can be given male initiation and go to live in the men's house (Taylor, 1996).

    Even so cursory a survey of the anthropological literature on gender strongly suggests that the current conception of gender in the western world as being wholly and unequivocally either male or female is highly unusual in any comprehensive context. Furthermore, it is striking to note that while the male and female essences are seamlessly blended or eternally shifting in many myths and customs of cultures around the world, the currently accepted, bifurcated sense of sexuality is not only split; it is predominantly preoccupied with only half of the spectrum. Like nervous photo editors airbrushing away inconvenient reality, the female half of human sexuality is largely missing from the picture.

    Indeed, in Western eyes, sexual desire itself appears to be essentially masculine in nature. The surprisingly scant body of research into female sexuality tends to be focused on issues tangential to the pleasure and fulfillment women may be experiencing. In a recent review of sex research, Manderson, Bennett and Sheldrake (1999), conclude that:

    "Much of the research on sexuality is concerned with the sexuality of men, although specifically homosexuality; for women, the silences around sex and sexuality are marked, and the majority of studies on women and sexuality are about sex work. In the research that does focus on heterosexual female sexuality, the exploration of desire and pleasure tend to be conspicuously absent."

    Until recent times, to have attributed open sexual desire or the shameless pursuit of physical pleasure to a woman would have been to insult her character. With very few exceptions, this is still the case. The so-called double standard is well-known, and well-represented in various types of cultural and religious iconography. The feminine is celebrated for its supposed passive, non-sexual character. Jesus was born to a woman who had supposedly never had a sexual experience. Living in Spain, I've met many women called Inma, which is an abbreviation for Inmaculada Conception (Immaculate Conception), certainly an interesting name to choose for one's daughter!

    Before we come to any conclusions about the weakness of female libido, we should consider the thoughts of Tiresias and the impact of thousands of years of cultural indoctrination on the free expression of female desire.



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    (Original post by DirtyLittleThing)
    I would have to put in a lot of effort to sleep with a lot of women. A woman would not. The fact that I have to work hard at it is why a man is respected for it, and a woman is not awarded the same respect.
    But people aren't just saying that promiscuous women shouldn't be congratulated; they're going further and saying that promiscuous women should be disrespected.

    (Original post by Hooj)
    Women aren't equal so no, not the same!
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