|Well, I guess we just can't believe any of the "observations". |
both men and women try to connect with potential partners when sexually aroused.
There are observations that women with a higher number of sexual partners can have a harder time bonding with someone for a long lasting relationship compared to women with lower numbers of sexual partners.
hmm...is the latter quote attempting to suggest that the higher number of sexual partners a man has had doesn't make it harder for them as well to bond with someone for a long lasting relationship compared to men with lower numbers of sexual partners? Or is this simply an "observation" attempting to shame women who have had just as many sexual partners as men? Or is it simply a given that men have a harder time bonding with someone for a long lasting relationship no matter how many sexual partners they've had? Or does it mean that men aren't affected psychologically/emotionally when it comes to bonding no matter the number of sexual partners they have had because they're somehow strictly mechanical beings?
Cookie cutter observations of either or both sexes is pretty meaningless, given the variables of psychological compositions and life experiences one has had, no matter the gender.