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Double standard, much?

My friend and I were at a bar and a group of men started hitting on her and talking dirty to her, I told her we could go if she wanted but she said it was fine. She started talking dirty to them back and they ended up getting all butthurt and didn’t want anything to do with her anymore, which upset my friend.
WhateverWorks · 36-40
I’m not really sure I agree with this whole femininity and masculinity pitch that came up in the thread or the idea of people not liking to be upstaged. It might be closer to the point to say that dominant people are generally not attracted to other dominant people. Similarly, submissive people aren’t usually attracted to other submissive people.

Aside from that, there is that whole BS prejudice that men being sexual is fine whereas when a woman is sexual she must be used goods, thus no longer desirable.
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, MVIP
@WhateverWorks [quote]
The slippery slope is hyperbolic, [/quote]

That was the intention.

[quote] Submissive/dominant is a psychological disposition with hormonal flux, but widely observably evident is not ’because’ someone was born a guy or a girl as the defining factor. [/quote]

Reminds me of a guy who wanted to argue with me about my discription of testosterone as a male hormone. Apparently not because women have small quantities of testosterone as well.
WhateverWorks · 36-40
When you have to use hyperbolic statements that means that your actual point is too weak on its own feet, so you have to resort to embellished distractions 🤷🏻‍♀️

Your example about testosterone is a little closer to what we’re actually talking about, but still off because there are plenty (A sufficient sample size) of submissive disposition men and plenty of dominant disposition women where it’s evident whatever sex they were born with is not ‘the why’ they are the way they are as ‘masculine versus feminine‘. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Again, I have zero expectation of broadening your mind. We are however not talking about the same observation of human nature. @CreepzillaInManila
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, MVIP
@WhateverWorks Lady, I wish you all the luck in the world. Take care
Your friend sounds like the perfect girl to make sure guys NEVER invite over for Thanksgiving. Something about a girl that can out vulgar and out trash talk drunks....not very appealing.
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@anythingoes477 she out vulgared them, they wanted to have sex with her and she was interested.
@WendyLopez43 Nothing sexier than a full on whore, huh? NOT.
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@anythingoes477 to be fair, it was the guys idea first.
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, MVIP
Men aren't looking to compete with women. If the dirty talk was unwanted and she gave back what she got, good riddance. However if she was into it and went into competitive mode, well that kind of ruins it.
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, MVIP
@WendyLopez43 Ok. Men find femininity in woman attractive as women find masculinity in men attractive. If you twerk for me to get my attention, that's not a call for me to try and out twerk YOU. As a matter of fact you'd find it suspect that I had mastered such a feminine dance beyond your own capabilities as a woman. Does that mean I can't join in? Of course not, but I'd need to approach or dance with you as a man, not as a woman and certainly not as a competitor. I don't know why women think men would find masculine traits attractive.

We don't hang with you so you can be one of the guys, we already have guy friends.
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@CreepzillaInManila I don't give a damn if you're masculine or not! Your way is clearly not how everyone feels.
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, MVIP
@WendyLopez43 Of course thats not how everyone feels, everyone has a different percpective but holly hell, majority of the comments didn't even understand your friend was into it so their contribution starts of on the wrong g foot to begin with.
AngelKrish · 22-25, M saved your friend but your friend herself wanted to get slaughtered by the group of buccher ...🙂
AngelKrish · 22-25, M
@WendyLopez43 ohh rubbing it in😳 wowwwwww 🤪
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@AngelKrish Yep, she was schooling me with her dance moves and won over the crowd.
AngelKrish · 22-25, M
@WendyLopez43 all dance class started in dream....i wanna watch you dancing👀 hot hot 🔥
JaggedLittlePill · 41-45, F
Men don't like when women upstage them.

They also do not like when women start behaving exactly as they do.
JaggedLittlePill · 41-45, F
@TheSentinel If it doesn't apply to you then it does not apply. The fact you need to say "not all men" says you have some feelings of guilt.
@JaggedLittlePill No it doesn't. It says that I hate generalized comments made to paint people in a bad light.
@JaggedLittlePill Yup. Their ego…
Well done 😂 Though it's fun and games until you want to really get rid of them this way and they take it as a challenge to be even lewder.
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@CrazyMusicLover She didn't wanna get rid of em, they were interested in having sex with her and she was interested...
I guess they can't take it when she did not respond like they expected she would.
iamelijah · 26-30, F
She outsmarted them. Nice. What did she do?
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
She talked dirty like they did, I can’t remember everything she said because she said a lot but she said something about there “being a size requirement to ride this ride, boys” and winked. They got really upset then. @iamelijah
caesar7 · 56-60, M
Guess they were not expecting
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
They didn't expect her to want em either I guess
Keepitsimple · 51-55, F
She deflated their egos
WendyLopez43 · 22-25, F
@Keepitsimple She thought she was giving em what they wanted, she said something about there being a size requirement to ride this ride 😂
Keepitsimple · 51-55, F
She works fast 😂@WendyLopez43
It bothers me when women act that way


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