2008-07-18 Girls gone guilty

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<hide> <let name=data index=Date>2008-07-18</let> <let name=data index=Author>Greg Downey</let> <let name=data index=Source>blogs/Neuroanthropology</let> <let name=data index=Topics>\human nature\gender inequity\mainstream media\interpretive framing\human sexuality</let> <let name=data index=URL>http://neuroanthropology.net/2008/07/18/girls-gone-guilty-evolutionary-psych-on-sex-2/</let> <let name=data index=Title>Girls gone guilty: Evolutionary psych on sex #2</let> <let name=data index=TextShort>“That is, if you went in with a different framework for explanation – like, "too many guys in one-night stands don't know how to satisfy women" or "women are better at sex than men" – you could construct another story around this data that was ... more plausible than 'women are programmed to want long-term relationship'...”</let> <let name=data index=Text>

That is, if you went in with a different framework for explanation – like, "too many guys in one-night stands don't know how to satisfy women" or "women are better at sex than men" – you could construct another story around this data that was equally plausible – no, more plausible – than 'women are programmed to want long-term relationship' (errrr... except for the majority 54% who had positive experiences and the fact that they didn't see casual sex as a prelude to long-term relationships. Again, can someone explain to me why the evolutionary-programmed fembots were doing one-night gigs at all as it is inherently against their programming?).

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