Most people aren’t getting enough sex, and they don’t know what to do about it. Dr. NerdLove steps in to examine the problem and offer solutions.
One of the ongoing complaints I see amongst my readers and in society, in general, is sex. Most people aren’t getting laid enough… and they don’t know what to do about it. Whether it’s a case of chasing after numbers, finding a no-strings-attached hook-up, a lack of nookie in a committed relationship or even just managing to lose one’s virginity, it often seems like sexual fulfillment is something that happens to other people.
It’s a constant source of frustration, angst, even self-harm in men. It’s led men to drink, drugs and dodgy subreddits.
But no longer.
Today, I’m going to do something that nobody else has done: I’m going to give you the secret to getting all of the sex you can handle… and I’m giving it away for free ((So many jokes…)). No sales pitch. No “free-sample-now-pay-for-the-rest.” No dodgy links. Everything’s on the up and up.
I warn you now: it’s not going to be easy. But I think you’ll agree with me that it’s worth it.
The Single Biggest Impediment To Sex
Do you want to know the main reason why sex seems so damned difficult to come by unless you’re one of the blessed few who seems to have an intrinsic grasp of social dynamics?
It’s women. Kinda.
More specifically: it’s the way that society has treated and socialized women for literally hundreds and thousands of years. Over generations, society has placed a barrier after barrier between women and their own sexuality. In fact, the dominant narrative for the last two hundred years has been that women are inherently the “purer” sex, the ones who are biologically inclined to monogamy, who are the less lustful of the species.
Women – and society – have been taught that sex is a masculine trait; men are satyrs who can barely control themselves while women are tasked with having to guard not only their own virtue but regulate men’s sexuality as well because Lord knows men can’t bless their hearts.
In fact, until relatively recently, female sexuality was an oxymoron. The idea that women even wanted sex was a heretical thought.
Women As Non-Sexual Beings
It wasn’t always thus. In fact, in the western Classical Age, women’s sexuality was considered to be in many ways superior to men’s. In Ovid’s Metamorphosis, Tiresias is called upon to settle a bet between Zeus and Hera: who gets more out of sex, men or women? After spending years transformed by the gods into a woman – never let it be said that the Greeks didn’t believe in the rigorous study – Tiresias had an answer: a woman’s pleasure from sex was nine times more intense than a man’s.