When the topic of sexuality comes up in a conversion this can become an awkward or uncomfortable moment. You might think this is an exaggeration and it doesn’t really apply to most people and you’d probably be right, this isn’t the case for everybody.
This becomes a different case for men and women. When we talk about a man’s sexuality and a woman’s sexuality, we tend to think that a woman’s sexual endowers are more detrimental or scrutinizing to her image, than if were the case of a man. If a woman is known to have multiple sexual partners or be more sexually active, she’s now seen as “fast” or doesn’t have enough self-respect for herself.
If this were the case for a man, we would look the other way or just say “he’s good with the ladies.” Why do we scrutinize women but brush it off when it comes to men? Why does society condemn women and not men?
(0101) Fiery Feminist