Although the proportion of men accepting the offer differs, wide gender differences continue to evident cross-nationally, with women rarely accepting such offers.
So, what determine a person’s willingness to have sex with a stranger?
Conley (2011) examined a host of variables to answer this question, which included not only gender of the proposer, but attractiveness, concerns about danger, social status, sexual capabilities, faithfulness, worries about an STD, warmth, and mental illness.
Perhaps the real issue is not that men want sex so much more than women, but rather the perception that such an uninvited male stranger could be dangerous and is clearly sexually unsavvy given that he uses ineffective methods to get what he wants.
The danger issue may be particularly salient to women, given that men are generally larger, stronger, and more likely to be sexually deviant. Suppose it's not a stranger that approaches you, but a well-known, attractive celebrity?
When Finn walks past the fan without stopping, he proceeded to call him rude.
Not only should adults NOT be hanging outside the hotels of minors (I mean, it's wild people still do that for actual adult celebrities too), there is absolutely ZERO correlation between his fans and his success, like this guy suggested.
, we've seen a HUGE surge in popularity for each of the actors in the show.
Millie Bobby Brown seems to be everywhere (more so than last year), Charlie Heaton has found his private live being written about all of a sudden and Finn Wolfhard has had to deal with some pretty wild stuff on social media that no 14-year-old should have to put up with.
This weekend he found himself, once again, in the middle of a massive beef on Twitter after a fan called him rude when he wouldn't stop and take a picture with them.