The fact that we all differ in preferences is obvious if you've watched any porn, read a book, or seen any human interaction ever. It almost goes without saying that people want different kinds of sex. Although the bar example seems to show women in a very privileged and powerful position — the ones who hold the keys to the sexual kingdom, if you like — what is actually on offer is a very limited type of sex: There are women and I am one of them who have walked up to guys in bars, asked them for sex, and been flat-out refused. Claiming that women can get sex just by clicking their fingers sets horny women up for a lifetime of disappointment, and gives men a reputation they can never possibly live up to. It's possible that all the women approached in the bar are horny, or would love a shag, they just wouldn't want the kind of shag they'd imagine is on offer when a total stranger approaches them for a quickie.
See photos of the history of the cougar. The authors also note that there are some alternative explanations for why women in their 30s and early 40s might be more sexual. Only age had a strong affect on women's reported sexual interest and behavior. Presumably I, and all the rest of the women, can now simply pick and choose whom we want to have sex with and — with little to no effort on our part — entice them into bed, orgasm ourselves rigid, and frolick forever in our sexual Utopia? First, and most obviously, it is not universally true. You like different types of sex to me. Claiming that women can get sex just by clicking their fingers sets horny women up for a lifetime of disappointment, and gives men a reputation they can never possibly live up to. Yet others have suggested that it's more about risk aversion: Whether this is fantasy is biologically led, socially implanted, or simply a massive and mistaken generalisation on our part, it is nevertheless accepted as true, and provides the foundation on which the bar example is built. Is all sex the same? Buss, Easton and their colleagues found that women in their 30s and early 40s are significantly more sexual than younger women. I find you to be attractive. Buss and his students say evolution has encouraged women to be more sexually active as their fertility begins to decline and as menopause approaches. The experiment and the bar example both offer a very specific type of sex. The type of sex that, rightly or wrongly, is associated with male desire and fantasy. It almost goes without saying that people want different kinds of sex. This is problematic, because even if we accept the "women can easily get sex" proposition as true, we're not saying that women can fulfil their sexual needs easily, only that women can have this specific type of sex easily. If you're into odd sexual studies, like me, you'll probably be thinking of the Russell Clark experiment. But that's not particularly surprising. And so women in their middle years respond by seeking more and more sex. Would you go to bed with me tonight? Failing any dramatic changes in societal norms around sex, I'd expect the results to be similar if it were repeated today. In fact, any attempt to draw conclusions about female sexual need based on a sexual offer defined by male fantasy is as good an example of male privilege as anything else. See the top 10 political sex scandals. Still, that raises the question of why they are more comfortable: I don't like the bar example. Second, not only does the bar example prop up unhelpful stereotypes about men that they always want sex , because biology and testosterone and grrr , it also drives a hammer-blow into the self-esteem of any woman who has been turned down for a casual shag.
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