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    @Robopop is right. Proof:





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    They both seem very good looking.

    Salomé ignored the existence of the video that didn't support her personal opinions - which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, frankly.

    You women need to let go of the idea men sexuality works the same way as yours.

    That's not what gender equality is about.
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    @Bamboo's post reminded me of how some women will cross certain boundaries quite readily in certain settings (I can't say more or less between the genders)- but it does seem to me that they believe their sex by nature makes it "nonthreatening," in a way. If a guy is getting hit on by a touchy-feely/pushy broad in the office, it *can* be threatening- to his job or relationships, depending on disciplinary actions, etc. Not to mention, if the woman is vindictive, she may go as far as to claim the guy came on to her/claim sexual harassment (I've witnessed that, & it's disgusting to me) when rejected outright.

    Same goes for women who throw objects at/physically attack their boyfriends. Some people are more willing to overlook it, not consider it to be what it is. Abuse. Assault. Whether or not she actually inflicts physical damage on the guy, it's still abusive behavior that should be addressed, & cease immediately. I know it's overlooked in situations where the male is the aggressor, too- but I've seen/heard of so many unstable women take advantage of the general gender bias, because it's sort of in their favor (I think it can vary depending on location, too). Not only attacking the guy, but filing false charges that he attacked her first- & the latter getting accepted by authorities without question. *shakes head*


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    To the OP, I think if a fairly attractive woman told some random guy, "smile, you're too handsome to frown" most men would see this as extremely desirable.
    (i'm a guy)

    If I was sitting in, say, a public park, musing about life, considering the good and bad, and some random pretty girl came up and said "smile, you're too handsome to frown", I'd be very annoyed. Leave me alone, my thoughts to myself are mine, I'm not here to smile at you.

    I'm not overjoyed every time a girl approaches me - and I'm particularly annoyed when a girl (or anyone else) approaches me when I'm occupied and they say something like that right off the bat. There is a certain sort of emotional control that goes into that which is weird.

    Don't get me wrong - I very much like girls (just like I'm sure many posters here very much like guys), but I don't want to be approached at any moment by any girl making any suggestion about my emotional state.


    OTOH: Let's say I was talking with a girl. We were talking with each other and maybe slightly flirtatiously. And she asks about something trivial (and for examples sake) let's say my cell phone just broke and that makes me sad and I frown. And she says "oh, smile, you're too handsome to frown", I'd consider that really corny, but I might smile at that if she says it right. (Though really that's still a kinda weird thing to say.)


    I'm pretty sure the OP was nothing like the second case and more like the first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    @Robopop is right. Proof:
    Salomé ignored the existence of the video that didn't support her personal opinions - which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, frankly.
    Lol. You thought it was hactual science. How cute!
    You need to get over trying to pwn me. You WILL fail.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    . Yeah, I'm a clueless INTP who's not stuck in some theoretical fantasy land and actually knows what's going on around me.
    So...you were trolling her?
    Hey, it's your funeral pal.

    Apparently you don't even know what you believe since you start out with a THEORY about how women are "socialised" to do X and then claim a biological principle (in fact, another THEORY) which directly contradicts your original assertion whilst, helpfully, directly supporting mine.

    I revise my assessment to clueless troll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Bamboo's post reminded me of how some women will cross certain boundaries quite readily in certain settings (I can't say more or less between the genders)- but it does seem to me that they believe their sex by nature makes it "nonthreatening," in a way. If a guy is getting hit on by a touchy-feely/pushy broad in the office, it *can* be threatening- to his job or relationships, depending on disciplinary actions, etc. Not to mention, if the woman is vindictive, she may go as far as to claim the guy came on to her/claim sexual harassment (I've witnessed that, & it's disgusting to me) when rejected outright.
    This situation arose at the firm I used to work for. One of the engineers, a new grad fresh out of school, got waaaaaaaaaay too attached to one of the guys in the office. He ended up stuck in a situation where he felt he couldn't do anything about it without her going off the deep end and accusing him of sexual harassment.

    Her behaviour became very inappropriate toward others too. She got sloppy drunk at an industry party and ended up making out with someone. She got drunk at another industry event, got handsy with a bunch of the guys in the office, and later told a few of them she'd "take them down with her" if they ever complained to the partners. She told a couple people she was going to sleep one of the partners after another event but didn't because he had "whiskey dick"...


    Fortunately for everyone involved she took a leave of absence and just never came back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    They both seem very good looking.

    Salomé ignored the existence of the video that didn't support her personal opinions - which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, frankly.

    You women need to let go of the idea men sexuality works the same way as yours.

    That's not what gender equality is about.
    This is based on some actual famous research, which itself has been analyzed quite a bit and does not actual ring 100% true. That being said, even the extent to which it is true, it tells us nothing about why men and women differ in their response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    They both seem very good looking.

    Salomé ignored the existence of the video that didn't support her personal opinions - which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone, frankly.

    You women need to let go of the idea men sexuality works the same way as yours.

    That's not what gender equality is about.
    What is this proof of, Rasofy? Is it that male sexuality is stronger and/or seeking more partners?

    A man would have the largest number of offspring if he could impregnate the largest number of women he had the ability to take care of and insure the offspring survived and were cared for successfully. This is probably why polygamy has been a component of human sexuality just as it is a component of the sexuality of other apes. That is quite different from randomly impregnating strangers by the hundreds.

    The videos could indicate differences in socialization between men and women. Interestingly almost no women were alone, but quite a few of the guys were.

    It is difficult to determine what it says about any difference in sexual desire between the genders. A woman in a group of friends risks a lot to agree to have sex if the rest turn the guy down. I thought it was interesting that at least a few of the groups said "no" in almost perfect unison.

    Here's a question for both genders: if someone of the opposite gender were to come up and ask for sex, would it feel like they were in control of the situation or that you were?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    So...you were trolling her?
    Hey, it's your funeral pal.

    Apparently you don't even know what you believe since you start out with a THEORY about how women are "socialised" to do X and then claim a biological principle (in fact, another THEORY) which directly contradicts your original assertion whilst, helpfully, directly supporting mine.

    I revise my assessment to clueless troll.
    I'm not trying to troll her, I have no ill motivations towards the OP and I think sexual harassment and her experiences with it is disgusting, you on the other hand are trying to bait and troll me. My quotation of Bateman's principle corroborates my claim about women being socialized into being selective, there is a mixture of nature and nurture, it's not either or like you're trying to put it.

    Your comment about Rasofy failing to pwn you reveals that your motivation in this thread seems to be pure one-upmanship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    That being said, even the extent to which it is true, it tells us nothing about why men and women differ in their response.
    Never said it does, but it's a robust enough evidence for women not to categorize men as sexist just because they hold the belief that sex is harder for men to get.

    Otoh, we can't overlook the slut-shaming and pregnancy risks - so for them sex is easier to get, but a considerably riskier decision.
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