To Fuck, or not to Fuck, that is the question?  

BelowCanal 34M
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3/29/2005 6:35 pm

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To Fuck, or not to Fuck, that is the question?

More aptly put to "admit" you like to fuck, or not to fuck, that is the question.

Can you believe in this day and age (sad but true) the double standard which still exists for men and women?

It's fine for a guy to be a horn dog, and even brag about it. Guess what, it takes two to tango, so for every guy there's also a girl doing the deed, probably in about equal numbers, and if not I seriusly doubt there's just one woman out there fucking all the guys in the world.

Yet, the minute a woman talks about getting laid she is labeled a slut or a whore or easy. Why is this? How did our culture come to be this way, or at least to have "been" so for such a long time.

Things are finally starting to get a little more casual about at least talking about sex and at least, speaking for myself anyway, I would not label a man or a woman in any derogatory language for what men and women have been doing since the beginning of time. Fucking.

Is it somehow socially or culturally beneficial to continue this flawed Elizabethan ideology? I'll bet this twisted logic serves only to entice and encourage those perverted misfits (I'm talking about men now) force unwanted advances (or worse) on unwanting or disinterested women.

Is (or should I say "was") it really necessary for your mother (I'm speaking to you girls now) to sit you down and tell you to keep your knickers on, and certainly not to talk about doing it when you did? Is it still necessary for an "enlightened" society, ha, that 'ill be the day, such as we Americans to continue to keep the idea that girls like sex too and like to get fucked just as much as guy like it? Is this taboo supposed to somehow "protect" young girls from doing what they are doing anyway?

There's a time and a place for sex. Certainly consensual sex should not hold one standard for a girl and yet another for a guy. This is just about as low-brow as racial prejudice. Oh, yah, they're "such and such" ...... "they're all the same" attitude. What idiots honestly can still carry around such backward thinking.

Things "are" changing, slowly, and we Americans are finally starting to talk about sex a little more openly and honestly than say 20 or 30 years ago. I think this is a healthy trend and hope it's one that continues to the point where we can see sex as a normal, healthy, harmless (under the right circumstances) activity that has been going on since the beginning of time.

Your comments gladly considered.


mnfun952 102M

3/29/2005 7:39 pm

see... I think a woman can be incredibly sexual, have multiple partners - explore all the adventures you want. But, like a man, it's probably best not to talk about it. Period. Talking can get you (or anyone) into trouble. That's why we can chat about these things here.. in the blog world.

have fun!

MnFun


LustGoddess2469 50F  
2453 posts
3/29/2005 7:47 pm

Great minds think alike. I just posted on this matter last night. Why do we still have the double standard?

Lusty


BelowCanal 34M

3/30/2005 4:26 am

Sad, but I think Keith is right about not talking with your home of office friends because it can obviously send the wrong message to those "sick" men out there who would pounce on anything that moves whether they want it or not.
At least here, on AdultFriendFinder for example, there is anonymity without that danger.


BelowCanal 34M

3/30/2005 6:22 am

Again, sorry to repost, but had to answer the front door

If I were a girl, I suppose at any time now or in the distant future, for solely for the sake of physical safety, I would not be blabbing my business around town.

It's embarrassing, as a man, to hear about any , for this is unforgivable under any circumstances. I don't imagine, although I'm sure there are such cases, that any significant number of men get by women, not that it would be any less harmful.

At any age there can be no justification for . I'm not sure it (sexual abuse) at a very young age is any more or less damaging than as an adult. I don't know. I was sexually abused by my father at a very young age. The cut was deep, the scars remain, and will never go away. Someone I trusted stole from me something so tender and it deeply affected me. I was in complete denial for the longest time, I suppose it was the only way for my brain to remain intact by blocking out the horror which I am now just beginning to deal with.

So not to belabor the point of my own personal experience, but for the sake of educating and understanding, I would respectfully suggest that McFun (on AdultFriendFinder, see his post in this section) is absolutely correct. I would NEVER even consider harming anyone for any reason (at least my own personal horrors have given me a special insight) unless I had to defend myself (then look out!) but, for your women out there I'd keep my mouth (no pun intended) shut about my personal affairs because there are a lot of "sick-oo's" (however unwitting they may be) out there who would misinterpret something they heard and act inappropriately. Men. Jeeze. How can we not control ourselves. We must.

If I saw a woman being attacked on the street I would RUN, not walk, to her defense. I hope most men feel this way, I think they do. Like everything else in life about 95% of the public are great, caring, reasonable people, but there's always going to be that 5% who don't go by the rules.


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