by Marc H. Rudov
July 22, 2009
Women Are Sex Machines
Open the nightstand drawer of almost every woman; what will you find? A vibrator. It’s not for mixing concrete. If she just wants to be held and cuddled, while all he wants is sex, why does she own a vibrator? You figure it out.
Listen to stories about raunchy bachelorette parties, replete with sex toys, sex games, and one-night stands. It sounds so romantic, doesn’t it?
Ask women the main reason they cheat on their boyfriends and husbands: better sex. That’s right. Better sex. Women can’t get enough of it — but they won’t readily admit it.
Cosmopolitan advises women never to settle for “action” that’s less than amazing — and they don’t mean betting on sports teams.
Getting the picture? Women are sex machines, more sexual than men — a source of great embarrassment to many — as I teach in my book, Under the Clitoral Hood.
A Sex-Starved Pig
Despite the truth about women’s cravings, on Friday, July 24th, Sony’s Columbia Pictures will release its new battle-of-the-sexes movie, The Ugly Truth, starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler — predictably depicting the male lead as a sex-starved pig.
To wit: The movie’s logo, shown below, places Heigl’s heart in her head, while Butler’s is in his pants — despite a scene [WATCH HERE] where Heigl has an orgasm, in a restaurant, during a business meeting, while wearing vibrating panties.
In The Ugly Truth, Gerard Butler plays a “chauvinistic” love guru who teaches the Katherine Heigl character to attract men via the usual tactics of games and deceptions. Of course, as a member of the weaker gender, he ends up falling in love with her. The woman must prevail to sell tickets. Wow, that’s a shocker!
The real ugly truth is that our squeamish society continues to engage, voluntarily, in a charade of self-deception about female sexuality — just as it continues to pretend that America is a bastion of capitalism. People have emotional difficulty with the concept of a horny woman, and women take advantage of this phenomenon in dating and marriage.
Can you imagine Sony branding the same movie, using the graphic below, showing the woman as sexually hungry? Not in a million years. The exec suggesting it would be fired. Feminists would fill the streets, crying exploitation, objectification, and victimization. But, it’s “safe” marketing in Corporate America to diminish the man, regardless of the truth, as happens in so many TV sitcoms and commercials.
If the truth about female sexuality were to become common knowledge, the economy would collapse to depths never seen — as men’s magazines, ladies’ nights, Valentine’s Day, wining/dining, and engagement rings would be history. We can’t have that! Nope. People will cling to the false beliefs that reinforce their current lifestyles.
The NoNonsense Bottom Line
Sony’s ugly truth about women is that, despite their sexual appetites and behaviors, shielding them while castigating men is the safest business decision. It’s just too uncomfortable, and career-limiting, to acknowledge wanton female urges — a major reason women rarely are prosecuted for falsely accusing men of rape.
Until men accept, embrace, and enjoy the powerful female libido, they will continue to initiate and tolerate phony sexual games, ploys, and tactics — and lose every time.
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Marc H. Rudov, The NoNonsense Man®, is a globally known radio/TV personality, relationship coach, speaker, and author of 100+ articles and the books Under the Clitoral Hood: How to Crank Her Engine Without Cash, Booze, or Jumper Cables (ISBN 9780974501727) and The Man’s No-Nonsense Guide to Women: How to Succeed in Romance on Planet Earth (ISBN 0974501719). The 2008 recipient of the National Coalition of Free Men’s “Award for Excellence in Promoting Gender Fairness In The Media,” Mr. Rudov is a frequent guest on Fox News Channel’s The O’Reilly Factor and Your World with Neil Cavuto.
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