If Approached Properly, Women Enjoy Casual Sex as Much as Men

Sgt. Bennet Marco in the novel The Manchurian Candidate was correct. 55 years ago, that character told the protagonist, that if properly approached, and if certain variables were in place, women are as interested in casual sex as men. Here are articles that not only reference the famous Russell Clark, Florida State study, which posited that women (in that case college students) are unanimously disinterested in sex with strangers, but debunk that study, and support Sgt. Marco’s claim:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/love-the-numbers/201106/when-are-women-casual-sex

http://www.psmag.com/news/casual-sex-men-women-not-so-different-after-all-28451/

“In a newly published paper describing a series of studies, University of Michigan psychologist Terri Conley asserts that “when women are presented with proposers who are equivalent in terms of safety and sexual prowess, they will be equally likely as men to engage in casual sex.””

So there you have it. I’ve referenced the Manchurian Candidate passage in previous blog posts. What concerns you here, Smooth Nation, is that, if they expect physical satisfaction, and feel safe, women have the same attitude toward a surprise lay, as we do. Two of the keys to leveling the playing field, so to speak, are convincing the woman her desire will be fulfilled, and that she will be physically safe. If you have become PullJoy, the former is a given. The latter, you can establish in one meeting, via social standing (again, see previous posts).

So now that the greatest American myth has been debunked, why are you still at your keyboard. Get up, get dressed, get out, and get sexed. Let me know how it goes.

Lee “SmoothTalker” Coles

AKA “The Babe Whisperer”

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