There are huge double standards when it comes to men and women. Why are women held to different standards compared to men?
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From a young age little boys are told that they can have as many girlfriends as they want. Now can you imagine a society that tells little girls they can have as many boyfriends as they want?
You probably couldn’t.
But why is it so acceptable for men to be promiscuous but not for women. Or should the question be: Why are men not held to the same standards?
Life is full of these double standards, but in the dating game these double standards seem to be huge.
Men are encouraged to rack up as many notches on their belts as possible, while women are often disparaged for sexual exploration. That’s true whether it comes to having sex on the first date or discussing their sexual pasts in new relationships. Many men judge women for having sex with men early on, even though they are the ones that attempt to have sex with women as soon as possible. So why are women judged for this and not men, especially since it takes two?
Double Standards Early On
These double standards are actually set in place very early on. They are also reinforced by parents, schools, media and society as a whole.
So the question has to be, why is this acceptable?
I’m not necessarily saying that we should all be allowed to do whatever we want and be as promiscuous as we feel we need to be. Although the truth is that we really should be allowed to do whatever we feel comfortable with regardless of whether we’re men or women; as long as we’re not hurting anyone else in the process.
Just as was conveyed in the video at the beginning. A major double standard in dating from an early age is that little boys are taught essentially to not respect women or even themselves.
Little girls on the other hand are taught to respect themselves and in turn choose a partner that is worthy of them. So why aren’t little boys also taught this?
Surely it’s a positive thing to have self respect, self worth and self value. Instead we promote promiscuity towards men from infancy stage whilst holding women to higher standards. Then we wonder why so many men have little respect for monogamy or loyalty towards women. Why is it so surprising when we have conditioned men to be this way?
No Double Standards
Ever heard of the saying “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”?
Well if it’s acceptable for men then it should be acceptable for women. In the same way that if it’s unacceptable for women then it should be unacceptable for men. I honestly believe that men should raise their standards. This is something that needs to start from an early age. Stop teaching and promoting little boys to be future “douchebags” to women. This isn’t a responsibility that lies solely with mothers, but also with fathers, uncles, role models and society as a whole.
So what are your thoughts? Are these double standards okay? Or should we make a change in how we raise both daughters and sons?