All I can tell you is that women are disinterested in sex with people they don’t feel like having sex with. Other than that, it’s off to the races.
Sexual scripts are internalized cultural guidelines that influence how people interpret, understand, and behave in sexual contexts.
They are notably gendered: Men are expected to express masculinity through sexual assertiveness, control, high sexual desire, and a high number of sexual partners, while women are expected to display femininity through sexual restraint and limitations on sexual access (Gagnon & Simon, 1973; Weiderman, 2005).
Typically, sexual scripts have ignored the role of women’s pleasure, as women are portrayed as uninterested in sex (Wiederman, 2005).
wait wait wait. 😀 We’re going way off the rails, here.
As we discussed in Part 01, “scripts” are irrelevant if nobody follows them.
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How is your self-esteem supposed to improve when you do something you already knew you could do? o_O
The Journal of Sex Research posted an article on February 23, 2017 which asked and studied the question
Do Women’s Orgasms Function as a Masculinity Achievement for Men?.
First of all, Damned Right they do.
We’ll get to that later.
Let’s discuss this article as it occurs chronologically…
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People talk about being in open relationships like it’s the cool thing to do these days…
Lindsey Chen [ Facebook | Twitter | Web] & Bill Cammack [ Facebook | Twitter | Web]
Lindsey: People talk about being in open relationships like it’s the cool thing to do these days. I don’t know, maybe it is. It’s never worked for me no matter how many times I’ve tried it.
Maybe non-relationship relationships are the new black. I just know that when you commit to an open relationship (that sounds like such an oxymoron), you walk a fine gray line.
Unless, of course, you follow these wise wise rules.
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Getting the first date is probably just about the hardest part of dating.
Lindsey Chen [ Facebook | Twitter | Web] & Bill Cammack [ Facebook | Twitter | Web] How to Get a First Date
Lindz: Getting the first date is probably just about the hardest part of dating.
Let’s face it. You judge, we all judge. And if she doesn’t’ like you the minute she sees you or meets you; you’re not getting a date out of it.
You may get her number (and she may get yours). But that’s just so she can add you in her phone as “Annoying Guy from Bar #1. DO NOT ANSWER.”
If you follow these simple steps, you are this much closer to getting a first date. Yes, that’s right. You’re welcome. You can buy me a beer later.
Bill: FELLAZ!!! :O haha TRUST. AND. BELIEVE. that you could easily end up in a chick’s phone as WAY. WORSE. THAN. “Annoying Guy from Bar #1. DO NOT ANSWER”. 😀 HAHAHA Just TRUST ME on this one! >:D 1. Be A Gentleman.
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