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Totally agree with you! Solid points
The first few paragraphs of that article seem to have been written in the 1980s! The mode of thinking – that men are all about the body and women are all about the relationship – has more recently proven to be very, very misleading – resulting from far more of a sociological influence than a physical one. As our new generations begin to experience more sexual equality, this bias of thinking has proven to be far less impactful.
At the end of the article, there is a small nod to this in that we finally get to see, “What we are finding is that healthy women are profoundly sexual beings—as much as men, albeit in different ways.”
– uh huh…and if you consider the sexually repressed, pigeon-holed, place that we have come from, not even 40 years ago – those “different ways” have origin. I would think that in less than another 40 years, the notion that we see sexuality in different ways will hold true for all HUMANS and women will not be targeted-as we are raised on the pedestal.
Just to be clear, I’m referring to the “Women’s Sexuality” Psychology Today article.