According to a piece recently published on Fox News’ website, women have a tendency to withhold sex from their male partners when they “start to expect” it. Despite the fact that one of the best parts of being in a committed relationship is having “someone you can readily depend on for regular sex,” we evil women use our bodies as a give and take. Just a reminder, that is Fox News talking, not me.
I can’t decide whether I’m more shocked at the contents of this article or that Fox News actually talked about sex. It’s a toss-up. Anyway, here are the reasons given (and, of course, my rebuttals)
This is probably the most common reason that women withhold sex. If you’ve done something that made her furious, she may not be above punishing you by keeping the one thing you really, really want out of your reach. The last thing a woman wants to do when she’s feeling any kind of negative emotion, whether it’s mad, sad, frustrated, annoyed, stressed, or worn out, is get busy between the sheets. While many guys can turn off the unpleasant feelings and get down to business, a woman finds it more difficult to push those emotions aside and get aroused. You might be satisfied with angry, violent sex, but she wants to work out her angst before she jumps into bed.
Whoa, whoa, whoa! “Angry, violent sex” fueled from negative feelings … sounds to me like Fox News is sort of advocating the type of feelings that lead to rape. Yeah, that’s classy. And total bullshit, by the way. I have had sex when I was “mad, sad, frustrated, annoyed, stressed, or worn out” (sometimes all at once). I mean, of all the stereotypical crap … Please excuses my excessive use of the ellipse, by the way … I’m just … speechless.
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