Nothing irritates me more than persistent half-truths and complete fabrications hyped as fact.
Myths about women’s sexuality are continually refurbished and bought by the masses; old mores sold as shiny new tools to be hurled as weapons of control.
It’s time to expose reality by shattering outdated perceptions of women who have a lot of sex.
Myth: Women who have a lot of sex are easy
Fact: Women who engage in casual sex set higher standards on their new boy-toy than they place on men considered relationship potential.
This is one element of casual sex where men and women’s approaches differ greatly. Men tend to lower their standards when looking for a hook-up while women seek better looking, more successful, and all-around awesomeness.
So, bad news for the fella who tries to pick-up a lady because he thinks she’s “easy” — unless you are all that and a bag of chips or have serious A-game, odds are you’ll go home solo… not because she’s mean or a tease but rather because you weren’t up to snuff!
Myth: Women who have a lot of sex have low self-esteem or self worth
Fact: Although evidence shows many women and men who have diagnosable disorders or emotional troubles tend to have frequent indiscriminate sex, having multiple sexual partners is a side-effect of their disorder not the cause.
Women who engage in casual sex, while maintaining healthy practices, tend to have higher self-worth and less hang-ups surrounding body image.
There are wounded souls and damaged goods on both sides of the gender aisle but to assume a woman is “broken” based on how she chooses to express her sexuality says more about how you perceive yourself than how she really is.