sexual double standard
Women go on passing (the act of hiding their past) forever, because they don't want the stigma attached to them, and they don't want to be associated with "that" life. It's because society holds a woman's sexual exploits and past history against them.
Bullying has evolved in recent years, lead author Hailee Dunn noted in a conversation with The Huffington Post. Students
According to a new study men and women have very different regrets when it comes to their sexual past. What are the differences and why do men and women have such different attitudes towards sex? We talk with a man who was fired for his sexual history.
Female Friendship: Women Less Likely To Befriend Promiscuous Peers Regardless Of Their Own Sexual History, Study Finds
A 2005 study found that both women and men were judged for a high number of sexual partners, but other research has suggested
I was still married at the time, but my girlfriend wasn't. At thirty-something, she was a veritable man magnet -- smart, sassy and gorgeous. She was also divorced with two bright kids, an ex she couldn't abide and a socializing style that gave new meaning to the phrase, "don't get mad, get even."
In the 21st century, egalitarianism reigns -- or does it? Why, if a husband can have a mistress, can his wife not have a mister? Not just a "piece on the side," certainly not a gigolo, but a man with whom she shares a long-term, extramarital romantic and sexual relationship?
In the avant-garde literature of the 1960s, female pubic hair was everywhere. Pubic hair marked the site we all wanted to see, to touch, to enter. It marked pleasures yet to come. Not today: Pubic hair has gone missing.
What is it about Adam Lambert that infuriates and scares people? Is it that he is both masculine and feminine enough to be considered sexually attractive to many of us, regardless of how we identify?
The Reader? It's goodish. And Kate Winslet is, as ever, brilliant. And it has Nazis, which elevates it on the Oscar nom scale. But it doesn't fully address the fact that Michael is a victim of abuse.
The last thing anyone, male or female, needs on a college campus is a rancorous and harmful debate about the merits of sex or no sex.
I don't want the only people who are "allowed" to say "dirty" words about women to be the people who are trying to hurt us.