At the end of the day, all a really want is love...and if it comes with wild, passionate sex, that would be nice too!
JustBernieGirl JustBernieGirl
31-35, F
2 Responses Aug 21, 2014

Well, being female, you likely will have a much easier time finding it than most guys....

Funny, I always thought it was the other way around. Why do you say that?

There is a lot of data on the matter. Plus of course my own personal experience, and the experience of most of the men ive met or known.

Women now in fact cheat more than men. Men also make up the majority of the homeless and the unemployed, and there suicide rates are about 4-6x higher than females. They also are typically the ones to get hosed in legal proceedings during the divorce. Court's often favor women 10 -1, except for extreme cases.

Women have much more "sexual currency" and generally have most of the power both before and during a relationship. They are typically the ones who choose whether some starts continues or ends, unless a guy simply leaves.

You can even see it on this site for example. Men post messages about certain issues, they get one or two comments, many women post about being lonely, or any other concern, they will get MANY responses on average. Men have largely become disposable and marginalized. Women are valued, men are not.

They initiate the vast majority of divorces, and most of them not for reasons of abuse or infidelity. They are the ones who hold the golden tickets really to what guys get access to them in any way. They are the choosers. Men have to compete and pursue and face constant rejection. Women by and large do not. They just don't for the most part.

"As you can see from the gray line, women rate an incredible 80% of guys as worse-looking than medium. Very harsh. On the other hand, when it comes to actual messaging, women shift their expectations only just slightly ahead of the curve, which is a healthier pattern than guys’ pursuing the all-but-unattainable. But with the basic ratings so out-of-whack, the two curves together suggest some strange possibilities for the female thought process, the most salient of which is that the average-looking woman has convinced herself that the vast majority of males aren’t good enough for her, but she then goes right out and messages them anyway."

"Females of OkCupid, we site founders say to you: ouch! Paradoxically, it seems it’s women, not men, who have unrealistic standards for the “average” member of the opposite sex."