One awesome side effect of this is that we now have access to a realm of data that has never been available before — how people talk, interact, and communicate prior to entering a relationship.
And one thing that should be worrisome for straight men is the size of their disadvantage in the market.
I was like “Creepy” is a word that comes up a lot when I’m having an honest discussion with men about their feelings on their sexualities.
In fact, it is so ubiquitous, I think you should just go ahead and assume most men feel like they are creepy for getting turned on, or probably felt that way at some point in their lives.
That's fascinating, and also could be an explanation — men sending a lot more messages than women — for the disparity.
But also let's look at what other conclusions we can draw.
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I also think this is why men don’t write about their sex lives.
Damon Young tackles the issue of why men don’t write about sex in this piece here.
And then I was like, oh yeah — this is that feeling from back when I had boyfriends. Like I am not worthy of being loved because of how I look. I feel almost physically sub-human, as if any man who looks at my naked body without saying something cruel is doing me a kindness. When I was dating women, and when I was not dating, I didn’t really stress out about my appearance.