Women draw many wrong conclusions about men. They lack knowledge of masculine nature and predictable behavior. An example was recently posted. “I’m not sure why men still think they are entitled to a virgin when they have not been the paragons of virtue. This desire to want unconquered females is frankly ridiculous when so many men are engaged in ensuring they don’t get one.”
As so often happens when women offer opinions, they misrepresent men. I shall analyze the phrases to reinforce my point.
- “men still think they are entitled to a virgin” — Men think only that they are entitled to what women provide. Even that is not appreciated unless a man has earned it.
- “when they have not been the paragons of virtue” — Men are as virtuous as women require for men to have frequent and convenient access to sex.
- “desire to want unconquered females” — The desire of each man is for HIS woman. Only if she’s faithful to him is he willing to yield his independence. His best estimate of future fidelity is her past history. Men seek to learn who and how many for these reasons: (1) The closer to virginity she is, the fewer men he has to follow and have his sexual ability compared with. (2) The more promiscuous her history, the more men he’s likely to encounter that have had her. With each he feels outcompeted which is bad but also cuckolded which is much worse. (3) Be it raw, unfair, unequal, or whatever, this is accurate as to masculine motivation: The closer to virginity the more likely she will be faithful in the future. Why? First, because she obviously has resisted so many men. Second, she obviously has experience dealing with hits and definitely from players since she’s so gorgeous to him. The foregoing are more intuitive reactions that flow out of a man’s hardwired subconscious mind. His conscious thoughts are exposed as he inquires directly and indirectly about her sexual history.
- “so many men are engaged in ensuring [that other men can’t get a virgin]” — So, men are to blame men for the shortage of virgins? Right?
Natural pressures operate around this loop: Men compete. They want the best female they can get. They measure her worth by how other men want her and not just for sex. Being unable to read the competitive urges in all men, a man protects himself by scoring points when he wins her. Sometimes just in his own mind. The closer to virginity, the more points figuratively, and the more likely she will remain faithful. If not he loses ground in his competitive world.
Women routinely underestimate the primal drive among men to compete against men and shape and control human events. It’s a prime motivator in the male nature. Women lose when they call men ridiculous. Their opinions register inside themselves and change their own attitude to match their words. It’s the old self-fulfilling prophecy again. She says men are ridiculous and more of what men do also become ridiculous. It’s harmful for her future to have such an attitude—if she hopes to have or keep her own man.