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Seeking: Female Age 18 to 43
Status: 21 Divorced Straight Male
Interest In: Other
Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
Living: Homeless
Eye Catcher: Arms
Height: 5'5 inches
Body: Athletic and Toned
Hair/Eyes: Afro, Black
Smoke: No way
Drink: Never touch it
Exercise Call me lazy
Politics: None
Education: Some College
Religion: Agnostic
Income: Less than $15,000
Offspring: None
Personality: No Answer
Country: Bangladesh
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I’ll never forget the day in middle school when my Mom said “We need to talk” She had heard about a “rainbow party” in which girls went down on multiple guys kind of like an assembly line each wearing a different lipstick color so as to create a rainbow effect At the time that sort of thing was so far off my radar that the whole situation was pretty dismissible As an adult however I’ve learned that scenario was hardly unique Not even close


The sexual revolution has given the world a lot of good things I love that birth control exists that the LGBTQ community is gaining more traction towards equality and that people can talk about more openly in general The idea that women can be independent and are no longer reliable on a husband for either financial security or sexual satisfaction has given way to an ever expanding idea of what this new freedom should mean What started as a rally cry for sexual equality and women’s rights has become an expectation that women not only can but should be able to experience with a sense of detachment This has become the new standard for empowerment But at what point does a healthy dose of freespiritedness creep into the realm of selfobjectification


The idea of women using their sexuality to gain power is nothing new and indeed participating in something like a rainbow party could very well make a young girl feel powerful After all she has a roomful of guys in an extremely vulnerable position a position in which she could do just about anything It might feel good to know that she could walk away and it might feel just as good to satisfy him knowing that she is the cause While hooking up there’s a lot of reason for both men and women to feel powerful not least of which is the myriad of chemicals makes the body release Indeed it’s often not the actual act of hooking up that gives young women pause It’s what follows


The American Psychological Association looked at exactly these kinds of expectations in a study they did on culture While 65% of men and women reported feeling good during a this number dropped to only 27% posthookup with another 40% feeling regretful disappointed or uncomfortable They also found that while there was a gender difference 63% of men and 83% of women more than half of all young adults surveyed preferred a traditional romantic relationship over an uncommitted sexual one Furthermore there was no gender difference in reported motives for a which included not only physical gratification 89% but also emotional gratification 54% and the possibility of starting a relationship 51% It seems that when it comes to casual both men and women bring a host of interests to the table–interests that challenge the idea that a is truly just a

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