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SlowFlowPro
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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So it's okay for men to act like horn dogs, but women must be prim and proper?

it's not really good for either, but it's much worse for women, due to biological factors

1. parental investment is MUCH higher for women

2. women have a much more limited time frame in the SMP compared to men

2-parent homes of married people lead to, by far, better outcomes for children. there is nothing we can do to help massive amounts of our child population who are not born into this paradigm. encouraging behavior that increases that population is bad for society and the children produced by the behaviors. this applies to both sexes but it impacts one sex much more than the other.


Revelator
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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Again the issue isnt because of one gender or the other. Its because of shitty people from both genders. As others have pointed out multiple times already.



Yes, but traditionally, as a society, both men and women valued women being sexually faithful and pure to one man. Aside from the whorish women who were in the vast minority, men wanted a woman who could be trusted and faithful.
What happens to a society when women decide, I’m going to be as sexually free as men? And that’s my question.


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HubbaBubba
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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It’s simply observation and drawing the inevitable conclusions.
So.. you been to strip club and now feel guilty that you pandered to whores?


Revelator
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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So.. you been to strip club and now feel guilty that you pandered to whores?


Geez, what’s wrong with you. If you really want to know what sparked this thought process.
A young woman who used to date my son years ago, is a friend of mine on Facebook, and she posted today that her husband of two years has left her and is cheating on her with a girl he met on Tinder.
Besides the inappropriate nature of this girl airing her dirty laundry on Facebook, it got me thinking about all the broken families and destruction being caused by our modern sexual revolution.
The girl has two young children.


anc
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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Oh, according to this board, it's always the woman's fault. Getting pregnant, single parenthood, etc, etc. 100% the woman's fault. Never the man's.



Of course its not the woman's fault, 100%. I think the OP's point is valid though. But I think its society's fault.

In high schools across this country, boys can be popular a number of ways. They can be athletes, they can be smart. But the primary way a girl can be popular is by being promiscuous.

Mo Isom's book - Sex, Jesus and the Conversation the Church forgot - does a good job of explaining this. This was a girl that was runner up Miss Georgia, a standout athlete - and still made fun of for her biblical stance on sexuality to the point where she dropped it. And she was still made fun of. Go post her name on the OT and see the overall opinion.

Without a complete rejection of popularity, and that is harder than it seems, then your daughters will face this. Hell, I have a friend with a seventh grader that has already received a text message that said if she did not send a naked picture, she didn't love him.

Are you kidding me?
This post was edited on 12/3 at 9:30 am


rbWarEagle
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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What prompted this diatribe? Your wife leave you for another woman? Your daughter stripping for bikers? Something had to prompt this.


A misguided attempt at sense-making via an antiquated worldview with no apparent awareness of or care for empirical evidence.


YumYum Sauce
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
Goodness.

None of this is new. Its all been going on for centuries. We just have camera phones so they can advertise it better.



Also, sugar baby is just the politically correct word for prostitute. The newer name sounds "cute" so its used more often.
This post was edited on 12/3 at 9:28 am


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HubbaBubba
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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Revelator
There. Was that so hard? The whole topic was so far out of left field that SOMETHING had to have prompted it.

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Geez, what’s wrong with you.
Too damn curious.


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GeauxxxTigers23
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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What, men share no responsibility? It’s solely the women’s duty to manage the uncontrollable sexual appetites of men?
Exactly.


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Revelator
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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A misguided attempt at sense-making via an antiquated worldview with no apparent awareness of or care for empirical evidence.


If being faithful to one partner is antiquated, yes, I’m antiquated.


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yatesdog38
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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Men have traditionally been sexual creatures and historically, they have been the sexual aggressors.



you need to work on your game bro


Azkiger
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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Something had to prompt this.


Probably progresses calling for higher taxes and more programs to cover the increasing amount of single parent households and, often times, the children they raise into dysfunctional adults.


SDVTiger
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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A woman willing to be a slut for you, will be a slut for someone else.




So you dont want your chick to be a slut with you?

Thats weird


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Beessnax
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
I disagree with you fully regarding the role that women have played in the "destruction " of society.

I've been married for 26 years and have never cheated on my wife. I met her way before the internet even existed.
Pussy has always been available, that's not the issue. The issue is learning to say no to your urges. Thats on me and not any woman who has come on to me from time to time over the years. Once you do that life gets a whole lot simpler.
Especially when you get older!


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Azkiger
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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What, men share no responsibility?


They do.

Instead of telling women it's ok to act like men (sexually) hold men to higher standards.

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It’s solely the women’s duty to manage the uncontrollable sexual appetites of men?


How did you get that from the OP. He's saying women should have *less* casual sex.


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rbWarEagle
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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If being faithful to one partner is antiquated, yes, I’m antiquated.


Not really the part of your worldview that I'm referring to, but we could unpack that a little. Do you mean before or after marriage?


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Azkiger
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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There is nothing more or less wrong with that than a male doing it.


I agree on a moral level, however if you think, on average, women and men look at casual sex the same way you're wrong.

Women, generally, aren't wired to have sex with 50 dudes and be content/happy. They want security and resources to help raise children.

A man sleeping with 50 women will likely feel a lot different as he is wired differently.


Bedhog
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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So now we are inundated with sexual women. Women willing to get paid to be sugar babies. Women willing to strip or become escorts for money. Women who set up webcams and sell their bodies to voyeuristic strangers for cash. Women willing to make porn for money. And women willing to sleep with total strangers they meet on dating apps.
And what is the result. A total breakdown in societal sexual norms, and an abundance of available women that men, both unmarried and married will take advantage of because of their nature, and the easy availability.
And what is the consequences.


you can add pedophilia to that list as well. The over abundance of easy women have made some men turn to other things that sexually arouse them.


Wtodd
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Member since Oct 2013
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
So men wanted "target rich environments"......got "target rich environments".....and are bitching about it?


rbWarEagle
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re: The societal cost for women deciding to behave sexually like men
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SMP


Que?


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