Arman asked about 2 months ago

[Hot take on why men don't like promiscuous women] "As a women if you get pregnant, you know for a fact that child is yours. But if that women slept with other men, you cannot guarantee paternity. I know in the past 40 years it's possible through DNA tests but that doesn't undo hundreds of thousands of years of evolution and biology." Thoughts? Counterarguments?

Arman

[Hot take on why men don't like promiscuous women] "As a women if you get pregnant, you know for a fact that child is yours. But if that women slept with other men, you cannot guarantee paternity. I know in the past 40 years it's possible through DNA tests but that doesn't undo hundreds of thousands of years of evolution and biology." Thoughts? Counterarguments?

I just want to slam that like button because I totally agree. It's all rational and justified, because of the olden times. All about doubting if a child was made in part when Rick fired one off, and not when some other guy fired one off. Which is mega important because other guys probably suck because they're not Rick, and Rick is such a premium specimen that, like, what if his bloodline isn't being continued enough??? People refuse to admit that, obviously, whether or not Rick's bloodline is being continued enough is really important to all of us and that's why culturally, women are shamed for having sex. It's science. I [...]

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Sounds a bit reaching. I think it has more to do with the fact that, sexually/romantically, men play the role of contestant vying for sex/love, while women play the role of selector granting or denying it. Also men are more driven by desire for sex with hot women, while women are more driven by the desire for love and security. So of course men would have sex with 150 women if they could, but for a woman to do that is unnatural. And these roles are products of evolution, so evolutionary psychology applies to this explanation too. It sounds like I'm slut shaming in my argument, but I'm not. IDGAF if women are promiscuous. I [...]

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It makes sense for that to be a reason, especially before paternity tests existed. The bottom line is that men and women are different and sex is different for men and women. No amount of roastie and white knight crying will change that. Sex is an achievement for men so a higher body count is something for men to brag about. They're also hardwired to spread their seed. Women choose to have sex so having sex isn't an achievement for women. Women are also more hardwired for pair-bonding. Women having high body counts is a turn off because it means they're used goods and have questionable decision-making. Men want females in [...]

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I don't know if I buy that, over the hundreds of thousands of years that hominids have roamed the planet, we've been social hunter gatherers, sharing food and resources with each other, and that included people that we didn't father...I think it's more the influence of Christianity that walled off family units from each other and encouraged that mindset, but what do I know

Men have that sort of panic all the time with any sort of women I think. Not limited to the promiscuous ones. Men like promiscuous women as long as they are the ones who can claim to have them as a snack. That turns into panic when that woman claims them as a snack and might drop those men as soon as she had success. Men love to treat women like a snack but panic to be the "victim" of the same behaviour. It robs them off of a male trait, as men are "the hunter" and never the "victim".

If the uncertainty is killing you then stop sleeping with lots of women bro find a hobby instead

I don't care if someone has slept with 1000 people or none.

I get it if you only look at sex as a means of bearing children - which most people don't. I think men don't like sluts for the same reason women hate sluts tbh.

Men don't like promoscious women cause they're greedy. It's never about stupid children.

I’ve heard this before, and it’s true: men can never be 100% sure the child their partner gave birth to is theirs and not the milkman’s. Historically, the only things they’ve had to go by are the honesty of their partner, and any shred of family resemblance. (Personally, I think women who lie to men about them being their child’s father are despicable.)

I always laugh at men who’ve been TRAPPED into fatherhood against their will. “All I did was have unprotected sex three times with this harlot I met in the pub and now I’m expected to pay for/bring up her child for the next two decades!” If you don’t want to be a parent it’s [...]

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Is this the same guy as before?

If so I'm pretty sure this guy thinks Joe Rogan is an absolute God and also weirdly fetishishes Rommel