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That is being fake. That is being a lie. That goes to gold digger women and hoes who use men for things too. I commend you. We are not here only to serve you. Do you want to bang your mom and sisters too? I have had a guy tell me he thinks you should be able to fuck and marry your cousins.
They were attractive and he liked them. Much makes sense. On a quick note: men don't owe women sex either. Neither do they like women who don't see them as human beings. Bottom line: members of both sexes may not like or like something from the other. You need a psychologist. And reading comprehension lessons. Holy damn, for all men out there I hope none of them will ever be either your platonic friend or your lover. This is pathetic. Certainly it doesn't count as "all the evidence.
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Let's stipulate one thing up front: we're talking here about heterosexual or at least bisexual people. For what it's worth, in MY experience, I've encountered quite a lot of variation. I've known more than one woman who does NOT treat male friends as presumptively platonic, and is open to a wide range of possibilities. Likewise, I've known plenty of guys who only have eyes for one woman and would never dream of making a romantic move on anyone else they know.
Nonetheless, I'll grant that those are probably the outliers. It's probably safe to say that for most straight men, any woman pleasant enough to be friends with is also someone they would at least consider, and probably enjoy, having sex with, should the opportunity present itself.
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There's nothing intrinsically sexist or dehumanizing about it, and it's definitely NOT the same as saying the friendship is merely a means to one particular end and that all else is pretense; only that men conceptualize friendship in a way that does not EXCLUDE the possibility of sex. The obvious question here, it seems to me, is why so many women WOULD think of friendship in a way that excludes the possibility.
After all, if you're dealing with someone you presumably like and trust and whose company you enjoy, sharing thoughts, feelings, and ideas, why would sharing physical intimacy as well somehow poison the well? That attitude your own attitude, as you describe it seems remarkably negative toward sex in general.
Physical intimacy requires a much bigger level of commitment than just hanging out with someone, anyone with half a brain would tell you that. Plus, there are negative social stigmas for being "easy" etc. On top of that, risk for pregnancy and the boatload of complications that come with that , STDs, etc.
To say you can't see how physical intimacy would "poison the well" shows how very little you seem to know about relationships. You know that issue where "EXes can't be friends"?
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Also, I have another issue with only women just seeing men as "wallets" and "protectors". Men also stick up for their male friends in physical altercations. Men also help each other financially, etc. So why is it suddenly when the Y chromosome is not there that this has to come with an expectation of sex as payment instead of mutual support? Women also have a lot of the same expectations of female friends. Women travel together in numbers for safety and they also help each other out financially whether paying for things or borrowing each other's clothes, etc.
Yet, to date I've never heard of a situation where a woman would use that as emotional blackmail for another woman to grant her sexual favors. That's seen as not normal and weird, but from a man's perspective that's seen as a entitlement. And, both men and women use each other opposite and same gender connections for networking. It seems kind of well, silly that you seem to paint it to where only men can offer networking or financial advantages or somehow a financial advantage is something that only women see as beneficial from relationships.
It goes both ways and every way. That's the nature of human relations period.
If honestly I had to guess, maybe over exposure to sexual stimulus at starting at a young age perhaps conditions them to see all women as potential outlets for their sexuality. There's also the social norm giving great pressure towards men to be hypersexual for fear of catching "the gay" though this makes no sense as gay men tend to be pretty active.
Where as, comparatively, the amount of pressure for women to do the same is in reverse until they get to marriage age. Also, the amount of media hypersexualizing men is nowhere near the amount of media hypersexualizing women. There was actually a study done on this where they compared how people reacted to images of men and women. Men are seen as whole people where as women are seen by their parts. And this reaction occurred in both men and women viewing the images.see url
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However, they were able to fix the issue where women were only seen by their parts, which also lead the study to suggest that it had to do with social conditioning via the media. I agree with your general observations. Yet, I differ in the explanations for them. Please allow me to explain. Men and women do enjoy many of the same benefits from various levels of relationship with each other. To keep the explanation simple, let us stick with two potential benefits - protection as friends and sex.
Both receive added security and protection from being in close proximity to the other as friends. Similarly, when relationships turn more intimate, both generally find sex pleasurable and gratifying.