Despite what the whacko modern youngsters and educators are saying, there are only two genders, male and female. The sexual attraction between the two is built in to our brains for the purpose of procreating, and preservation of the human race. We can’t help it that we have those feelings. Unless we were wired wrong, during our development from conception, this is just a matter of fact. I wasn’t wired wrong, and I have always been strongly attracted to females and repelled by males. Even at my advanced age, I still find females exciting. Having been around a lot of females in my life in social settings, I know for certain that women feel the same way about men. Advertising products using beautiful women, and handsome men, has been going on since the beginning of advertising.
2019 marked the beginning of the rebellion of women being abused by unscrupulous males, and sparked the “me too” movement. Almost overnight, it seemed that men were being hunted down for past transgressions, sometimes decades old. Suddenly, men everywhere were saying they were uncomfortable being around women, afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing, and losing everything because of it. All of this sexual “tom foolery” was accepted as normal through the 1980’s. Then all at once, women started filing lawsuits for sexual misconduct and the whole game started to change. Let me be clear, as a father of two girls and a grandfather of many girls, I’m happy that men, that tend to prey on vulnerable women, will think twice before they engage in that activity.
So, the message being broadcast now, is that women are not sexual objects, and they don’t want to be treated or portrayed as such. Educators are driving the point home, chastising young boys and telling them is inappropriate to think of girls is such a manner. Remember what I said earlier, human beings come standard with a built in desire to procreate. It’s equally strong in both sexes, and very strong in youngsters. Take a look at how the high school girls are dressing these days, a few years ago they would have been identified as “hookers”. So, a young virile male is supposed to ignore a young woman with a very large part of her body exposed? Sorry, that’s like trying to douse a fire with gasoline.
The half time show in the Super Bowl is a perfect example of what I am talking about. It was pretty much a poorly disguised strip show. The body movements of the female performers were absolutely sexual in nature. The clothing the female movie stars wear to the Academy Awards leave very little to the imagination, and nudity in movies is commonplace. Female celebrities seem to have a competition on who can wear the most provocative clothing and show the most skin. The Kardashian women make a fortune putting their bodies on display. How many celebrities have you seen in recent years do nude photo shoots to promote their own personal agendas?
I think you’ve figured out where this is all going. Ladies, you can’t have your cake and eat it too. If you don’t want to be viewed as sex objects, stop acting like sex objects. If you wear a revealing top, and you’re glorifying your assets, don’t get pissed off when I spend more than a casual moment admiring them. Gypsy Rose Lee, a famous stripper, told Steve Allen one night on this show, that women are stupid for showing off their bodies for free, make men pay for them.
This advice goes for both men and women; If you want to be respected, you have to respect yourselves first. Don’t misinterpret my message here, you’re free to do what you want, and dress any way you want, we don’t have government mandated dress codes like they do in the Muslim nations. But, if you’re looking to change the attitudes about sexual behavior, there are two sides to the equation. Remember, you’re dealing with one of the strongest forces in nature, across all species. Good luck with that.
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