Why Are Men So Afraid of Women's Sexuality?
Researching religion and laws in this country and around the world, its obvious that men are afraid of the power of women's sexuality and reproductive abilities.
Men want to place themselves in the position to dictate and control women's enjoyment of sex via the vehicle of religious doctrine ('you're a sinning harlot if you like sex with more than one man!'), to control whether or not women can abort their children, and to manipulate young women into "behaving" by men's standards by shaming them and labeling them sluts, skeezers, skanks, tramps, 'ho, etc. if they openly and freely accept their desire for sexual pleasure and pursue it with a variety of men.
One guy even told me that he thinks women have more sexual partners than men do because women are multiorgasmic and can go all night and a guy is done after 2 or 3 times. I told him most guys don't know what they are doing and women do not have these multiorgasmic experiences he imagines we do with every man we bed. Not only that, every woman having sex with a man is having it WITH A MAN, so that means men are at least as sexually active as women, right? So I'm not sure where he got that "fact" from, but he believes it so there you go.
In some countries women are still stoned for even being charged with adultery, let alone being guilty of it, while the man who commits adultery pays a fine and goes on with his happy life. Women are charged with the responsibility of "arousing" men and ordered to cover up their bodies, not walk suggestively, and to avoid saying anything flirtatious. They say if a woman has on an outfit he thinks is sexy and he gets aroused and acts stupid that she must have somehow "made him" act that way. Why aren't grown men expected to control their own behavior no matter what a woman has on?
What is it with men and their fear of pu$$y? They both want it and are afraid of its power at the same time!
- Asked by msheartbeat
, A Trendsetter, Female, 36-45, San Francisco, Self-Employed