Friday, August 02, 2013

Do you want to have sex with me?

I am a short single male, looking for a female...  Need I say anymore?

This was my entire youth with girls...and today, I feel young again!
If you are a female, I am guessing that you have a slight desire to know more than just that I am short (IN HEIGHT, LADIES!!!)  I am not saying that I am short.  However, on TV, I might have stood on some hidden phone-books during my interviews.

During a photo shoot for my show, an extreme wide shot revealed that I may be a bit short!
Now I doubt that my lack of tallness will be used against me, but why is it that it takes so much more for a guy to get a gal, but if things are reversed, it probably would be a wee-bit easier?

Are women and men that different when it comes to how to attract the opposite sex?

Well, it has been said for a long time:
"Why are men considered studs when they sleep around, but when women sleep around, they are considered sluts?"
In order to explore that, we have to first look at how women and men are different.

I like to use the word "pervert" to illustrate how I see a major difference between women and men, (beyond any actual physical differences, of course).  If a guy is out walking with a gal, and that guy notices another gal down the way, he is thought of as a pervert, possibly by BOTH gals.  Or if a guy is sitting down and looks up at a gal walking up some stairs, and he just happens to casually sees up her skirt, again, he is thought to be a pervert.  In both cases, he is not, he is just a guy.  Now, if he was laying under the stairs, with the intentions to look up women skirts, then yes, he is possibly a pervert.

A recent social experiment helped illustrate one way that women and men are different.  How would you react if someone of the opposite gender asked you:
"Do you want to have sex with me?"
That would probably depend on what gender you were.

I am pretty sure that even some straight women would have accepted Andrea's offer.  WOW!  Now flipping the question to a guy asking a bunch of gals...

No surprise that the guy got rejected 100% of the time, but the gal got 50% positive reactions.  My smart & attractive female friend once told me that guys have it so much harder hitting on gals.  So many things are a factor, like how a guy smiles, what he says, whether the gal is in the absolute right mood to even be approached.  But gals approaching a guy...she says; a gal could approach almost any guy, tap him on the shoulder, point to an object on the wall, grunt, and she is in!

The Rawness, another blog, really nails my original point:
First, sleeping around is easier for women.
A man needs social intelligence, interpersonal skills, persistence, thick skin, and plain old dumb luck. For women, though, a vagina and a pulse is often enough.
Second, women have potential to do more harm by sleeping around than men do.
If one guy sleeps around with five women, each of whom is monogamous to him, and they all get pregnant, it’s a safe bet as to who the father is. If you reverse genders and have one woman who sleeps around with five men who are monogamous to her, and she gets pregnant, the father could be any of the five men.

Third, men have evolutionary reasons to be programmed to sleep around more.
If one women sleeps with many men in a nine month period, she can only get pregnant just once. Nine months of rampant promiscuity would give the same result as nine months of highly sexed monogamy: one pregnancy. Now if one man sleeps with many women during a nine month period, you can get many pregnancies during that period. The more women he sleeps with, the more possible pregnancies.

Fourth, promiscuity poses more risk to women than to men.
A woman has more to lose from choosing bad sex partners than a man does. She’s the one who gets stuck with going through a pregnancy and taking care of a baby alone if she chooses a deadbeat.

In a follow-up blog, it pointed out:
"females also prefer to mate with big and tall males because they can provide better physical protection against predators and other males." 
I am so f#cked!!!

Short people got no reason...(GO AHEAD AND SING IT)

Tony Lossano, Broadcast Producer (TV & Radio, Chicago), amateur bicyclist, a fantastic dog walker, and has never been married to Alyssa Milano.

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