It’s totally controversial to say it, but it’s also true, that women are generally the ones in a sexual relationship to decide what level of intimacy — and when — will occur.Here’s an animated discussion of some of why that is: Some feminists objected to that video on the grounds that “it’s bursting with false and blatantly sexist claims, like the ideas that men want sex more, women want marriage more, and the decline of marriage rates will destroy the world.” Ah yes, where would anyone get the idea that men generally want sex more?While the shirt claims it’s from “feminist father” — it actually has some really good ancient wisdom woven throughout it.You’ll note that while the message is supposedly that the daughter makes the rules, there are in fact three additional rules after “I don’t make the rules.” And what this really shows us is the importance of having a dad around to provide the guidance he kind of claims he’s not providing.They’d approach their target, and, in a cool, calm voice, state, “I’ve been noticing you around campus. Roughly half of the men and half of the women agreed to go on a date.I find you very attractive.” The experimenter would then ask one of three randomly assigned questions: “Would you go out with me tonight? But, when the suggestion turned sexual, the difference in responses between the genders was stark.
There, they’d wait until they spotted a member of the opposite sex, who — in their judgment — was attractive. A total of 96 subjects — 48 men and 48 women — were propositioned, partitioned to 32 — 16 men and 16 women — for each question.But it is a disgraceful insult to our troops who are fighting and dying for their country in Afghanistan and it cannot be allowed to pass.The flagship BBC programme was filmed in Norwich for last night's edition.Here are a few reasons that might interest you in polishing your Glock parts.