It’s not that there is a double standard, it’s just that there are two different standards: one for men, one for women – and the standards for each are simply based on what they each brought to the table by virtue of the formerly accepted and widely understood division of labor, which was based onThat suggests the ultimate response to a woman complaining about "a double-standard". "Wow, math IS hard, Barbie!"
gendersex. This was the essential paradigm of the institution we now refer to as marriage 1.0.
There cannot be this so-called sexual double-standard, because a man’s contribution to the nuclear family unit was his capacity to be a provider, not his sexual purity. A woman could find a willing virgin who has no provider capacity to marry her…but her own hypergamous instincts would cause her to view him as less than adequate in terms of marriage material, his sexual purity notwithstanding.
Women complaining about this mythical double-standard, would be the equivalent to men complaining that more marriages should have the women be the providers while the men stay home, keep house and raise the kids.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Two standards are not a double-standard
Keoni Galt explains the very difficult math of sexual dynamics, namely, 1+1!=1.