Are there general differences as a rule between male and female sexuality?

  • neofio

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    Oct 09, 2016 8:44 PM GMT
    For example, are gay men having sex the female fantasy version of two hot girls having sex for straight guys? I'm not a feminist or anything, but I feel like some of the "men are oppressed too" arguments are a bit dishonest, at least on the subject of sex. Someone was also saying that it's unfair that male strippers can be touched as much by female patrons than females can by male patrons (Don't know if this is true) or if it is, wouldn't that depend on policies, or whether or not men are maybe more comfortable with it than women? Then there's the apparent fact that men tend to be more dominant, women more submissive, or men being more visual regarding sex than women, again, speaking as a rule. Or the men contribute to sexual predatory behavior more than women. I know plenty of women do as well, but if men do it more often, it explains the difference in attitudes, just as long as you don't let it cloud your view of people, individually speaking. I'm just asking because I don't actually know, and would like answers if anyone does.
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    Oct 09, 2016 8:57 PM GMT
    ofc there are differences in sexual thought patterns between dominant and submissive partners whether it's straight or gay, there's always a sub and a dom unless it's two guys flipping.

    I guess you could make a list of differences between male and female sexuality if you wanted, but for the purpose of homosexuality let's use Dom and sub with the Dom representing the male sexual energy and the sub representing the female sexual energy

    the Dom wants his dick sucked
    The sub wants to suck dick
    The Dom wants to fuck some ass
    the sub wants to get fuckt
    The Dom wants to feel powerful and in control
    The sub wants to feel like a bitch
    the Dom is turned on by ass and holes
    the sub is turned on by dick
    The sub wants to worship
    The Dom wants to be worshiped

    That's jus a short list I guess ha
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    Oct 09, 2016 9:15 PM GMT
    It's not clear by what you mean by "as a rule."

    I believe that there is a lot in our brains that is determined by our genes and it seems obvious and self-evident to me that the development of the brain is affected by our genes just as the rest of our body is (appearance, longevity, health, etc). Women have 2 X chromosomes, men have an X and a Y chromosome. It also seems highly unlikely that our evolution would have the mental factors in the Y chromosome be no different than (i.e., be the same as) the ones in the X chromosome. In other words, the Y chromosome provides differences in how our brains work, compared to women.

    The politically correct like to espouse that our differences are due to our environment, society, the media, etc. which is a convenient argument and might sound reasonable but I think those supposed influences (media, etc.) are in fact simply mirroring what's already pre-wired in our brains. For example, daytime TV shows advertisements that are appealing to women, not because they're trying to influence women but because advertisements are expensive and they want to get the most bang for their buck so they schedule their "women centric" ads when they know there are mostly women watching TV.
  • neofio

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    Oct 09, 2016 9:29 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal saidIt's not clear by what you mean by "as a rule."

    I believe that there is a lot in our brains that is determined by our genes and it seems obvious and self-evident to me that the development of the brain is affected by our genes just as the rest of our body is (appearance, longevity, health, etc). Women have 2 X chromosomes, men have an X and a Y chromosome. It also seems highly unlikely that our evolution would have the mental factors in the Y chromosome be no different than (i.e., be the same as) the ones in the X chromosome. In other words, the Y chromosome provides differences in how our brains work, compared to women.

    The politically correct like to espouse that our differences are due to our environment, society, the media, etc. which is a convenient argument and might sound reasonable but I think those supposed influences (media, etc.) are in fact simply mirroring what's already pre-wired in our brains. For example, daytime TV shows advertisements that are appealing to women, not because they're trying to influence women but because advertisements are expensive and they want to get the most bang for their buck so they schedule their "women centric" ads when they know there are mostly women watching TV.


    Thanks for responding. By "as a rule" I meant what is typically common or the norm for male sexuality or female sexuality. Some men claim it's unfair for people to be a bit more on edge about women being groped by men than vice versa, which although is a bit of a double standard, it at least makes sense if it's true that women are generally more uncomfortable with that kind of thing than men, or if men are generally more aggressive.
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    Oct 09, 2016 9:32 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal In other words, the Y chromosome provides differences in how our brains work, compared to women.


    nice
  • rrazvy

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    Oct 10, 2016 12:23 PM GMT
    I think it's mostly down to how much testosterone we all have. The more testosterone, the more dominant and penetrative you are.

    If your ring finger is longer than your index finger you have more testosterone in you from birth. My index finger is longer than my ring finger, so less testosterone.