David69Bailey

Equality Act

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I know of plenty of girls who are highly sexed, and I suppose I am, too.

So in these days of equality why can't I find anyone to pay me £100 ph for what I enjoy doing? :(

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I bet you could, if you advertised for men like most of the ladies on here do

edit: spelling

Edited by DancinDannyD

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Because you're making a crazy assumption about equality.

Law has very little to do with what is actually going on in society. Fact is, women who love sex and are happy to have it with multiple partners are looked down on. Men aren't, not to anything like the same extent. So, for a woman to admit she wants to have a meaningless one night stand is a big deal and a lot of women can't do it. They let society tell them that they should find a steady partner, settle down and have a bunch of kids.

Men don't have that social block to work past.

So, if you're a single and/or available woman who wants to get laid, you can go to a bar or a club or just wander about in public for five minutes and wait for a desperate, horny man to hit on you. And you're sorted. If you're a single and/or available man who wants to get laid you either have to pester everything with tits that wanders by, spend £££££s on romance and dates and all that, or spend £££ on a prostitute. Because there are women who are looking for something casual and easy, but they're a lot harder to find than men who want the same.

Women are less likely to ever resort to paying, because the other options are easier. For men, paying is a lot more convenient than trying to find the one slut in the room full of prudes.

EDIT: Also, are you gorgeous? Check out a few gay male escorts to see how hot men can be. If you're not up to that standard then you're suddenly waaaaay down at the bottom of the pile :P

Edited by Krystal Champagne

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Good summary of the reasons for punting. Although I would say that it's not totally social conditioning, if people were free to do what they wanted, women would still be drawn to casual sex less than men. I see punting partly as a response and safety valve for what happens if you try and squeeze our natural instincts into a social mold.

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Good summary of the reasons for punting. Although I would say that it's not totally social conditioning, if people were free to do what they wanted, women would still be drawn to casual sex less than men. I see punting partly as a response and safety valve for what happens if you try and squeeze our natural instincts into a social mold.

I don't actually believe that. I believe a lot of people aren't keen on casual sex, men and women. Thing is in the current social climate men are under pressure to chase pussy and women are under pressure to be innocent/"good girls". So it makes a gap that I don't think would really exist. I know that out of the women I know, aside from my mum all of them like casual sex. Of the men I know, maybe a third don't like it.

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It's true the social thing goes both ways. I know I have a need for casual sex, but I'm a product of upbringing and society so who knows?

I would say though that women being freer to choose casual sex doesn't mean that all men will get some whenever they feel the need. So you won't be out of a job!

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I would say though that women being freer to choose casual sex doesn't mean that all men will get some whenever they feel the need. So you won't be out of a job!

Oh, I hope for a future where both men and women pay for sex, but as a luxury item rather than a necessity :) That would be ideal for everyone, I think.

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Oh, I hope for a future where both men and women pay for sex, but as a luxury item rather than a necessity :) That would be ideal for everyone, I think.

I think that if woman did pay for sex as much as men it would make our lives so much easier,

Going back to a past comment of yours, you are pretty young yeah? In your 20s if mind serves correct, I am surprised that you have said that woman these days need to be Ms Sweetness and Light, back when I were a lass........it was terrible! If you had a sex drive/life as a female you would get all sorts shouted at you, slag/tramp etc and those days it people were ashamed not like these days where there appears to be largely no shame or pride amongst the younger generations (OMG I am sounding old! I don't feel it honest!)

I have more confidence these days of being understood saying I am a prostitute now than back then saying I like sex with boys. (25 years ago)

S x

Edited by SabrinaYork

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Going back to a past comment of yours, you are pretty young yeah? In your 20s if mind serves correct, I am surprised that you have said that woman these days need to be Ms Sweetness and Light, back when I were a lass........it was terrible! If you had a sex drive/life as a female you would get all sorts shouted at you, slag/tramp etc and those days it people were ashamed not like these days where there appears to be largely no shame or pride amongst the younger generations (OMG I am sounding old! I don't feel it honest!)

I have more confidence these days of being understood saying I am a prostitute now than back then saying I like sex with boys. (25 years ago)

S x

I can totally believe it's improved, and will probably continue to improve. There's enough liberal minded people about that you can have a friendship group entirely of open minded people who won't judge you for much if anything. But, I've had to cut of people I thought I was friends with for the way they talk about women, I've had major issues with men trying to give me 'well meaning' advice that the way I go about my life will stop nice men wanting to be with me. I've been turned down by men because I'm 'too easy', etc. We've still got a long way to go before sexually liberated women are totally treated with respect :)

I'm 20, so yeah, you'd think I wouldn't have to deal with old fashioned attitudes. Unfortunately, old fashioned people have kids and teach them how to be twats haha.

EDIT: Should probably add, I've mentioned here about getting grief from men. I've seen women behave much worse but I don't have any straight female friends for that exact reason - I can't stand the heat so I got well out of the kitchen :P

Edited by Krystal Champagne

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Good summary of the reasons for punting. Although I would say that it's not totally social conditioning, if people were free to do what they wanted, women would still be drawn to casual sex less than men. I see punting partly as a response and safety valve for what happens if you try and squeeze our natural instincts into a social mold.

yep I agree totally - not surprisingly women almost never agree with this and usually say its an 'excuse' that men come up with for straying.

thats the main source of contention, sexually, between men and women

(generalisations alert !!!!!) - genetically, biologically and psycho-sexually men are promiscuous, predatory and competitive - women are selective, more passive and tend towards monogamy

society/morality/religion act to suppress the natural, inbuilt male urges in particular, and promote, in The West at least, lifelong monogamy (which would naturally appeal highly to women), but those male and ever-so strong biological urges just wont go away !

its why prostitution has been part of 'society' for so long and is why it will continue to exist far into the future, and most women will just never understand or be able to empathise (empathise ha !....thats a good one) with men, in this regard, as their biology and psycho-sexuality (a kind of inbuilt reproductive agenda) is just so different. (generalisations over)

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