75929Re: [evol-psych] Women's bare flesh in winter 'a bigger turn-on for men'
- Oct 2, 2008You remind me of my friend's little 3 year old who kept taking off his pants -
but he grew out of it.
You're not talking about how you're dressing - you're talking about not
dressing at all. Most men these days, unless on a nude beach, when hanging
are either a tad mentally challenged, or being aggressive. Women are likely to
At 08:03 PM 10/2/2008 -0400, Edgar Owen wrote:
>You don't understand the sexual politics. It's OK for women and
>homosexuals to wear provocative or skimpy clothing because they have the
>sexual power in western society. Straight men would be arrested for
>dressing that way.
>On Oct 2, 2008, at 10:40 AM, Francine A. Burlingame wrote:
>> > I find that waving my unclothed manhood around in the Irish drizzle
>>is "cool and comfortable". It gives it a bit of a wash too -- but no
>>sexual message is intended!
>>It sounds like something I would do if I had the "bits and bobs" for
>>it. But, like short skirts, it could send the wrong message and it
>>irritates your "significant other". (grin)
>>"Keeping it cool" on a hot day is good for your sperm...in case you
>>have procreative sex on your mind later in the day.
>>It is a mystery to me why men wear tight jeans and leather pants when
>>protection against accidental injury isn't an issue. Going "commando"
>>in soft, loose pants seems the saner choice.
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