Master Don Juan
- Oct 4, 2004
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Read the first part of my quote again: "women know their only real agency with men is their sexuality." You, my daughter, my wife, my mother and grandmothers the women I work with, know this is true every time they apply the makeup, dress to go out, buy the shoes, etc. that they've meticulously learned over the course of a lifetime, to the point that it's a subconscious process. You may have a BF or a husband, you may be 90 years old, you may be morbidly obese, but women's latent understanding is that there is great importance in sexually attracting a man. Go back and look at the self-shots link I posted (or the millions more like it) and see if that sinks in any better for you.iqqi said:Is family the only time you don't see a woman as sexual, but still value her?
You're correct, I don't see my daughter or mother as a sexual prospect, however I can definitely see how other boys/men do or did. You're conflating sexual value with some esoteric sense of the value of women as human beings. I'm sure you could find some incidence of a morbidly obese woman being the next Mother Theresa, or maybe she's found a cure for cancer, but the first evaluation a man can't help but make is to size her up as a sexual prospect. Beyond that, everything else is conditional.
Not at all. I'm sure it seems very cutesy for you to attempt to gender-shame by parroting the worn out cliché that "guys just think with their dícks", however it is in fact our brains that motivate us to sexual activity. It's our neural pathways that literally prompt us to see women as sex objects. It's exactly this sexual impetus that has spurred men to create empires and level mountains. Directly or indirectly the greatest achievements of mankind were due to "guys being ruled by their organ".Do you "loathe to admit" that most men are ruled by an organ, and not the brain?
As far as your other points are concerned, it’s endlessly entertaining (and predictable) to see how often women’s (and feminized men’s) default response to anything they disagree with in regards to gender dynamics is met with a personalization to the contrary. It’s always the “not-in-my-case” story about how their anecdotal, exceptional experience categorically proves an opposite. Men tend to draw upon the larger, more empirical meta-observations whether they agree or not, but a woman will almost universally rely upon her isolated personal experiences and cling to it as if it were proof of fact.