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One thing that I didn’t notice before and only noticed now is that American culture is based on endless and endless talks, discussions and debates.Turn on the TV and you’ll be greeted by talk show after talk show consisting of people discussing all kinds of things.One of the most popular explanations is that the American women are somehow “masculine,” but the meaning of the word is rather foggy.
One night I had a date with a cute 29-year-old American girl. At some point we began talking about dating and she told me a story about her feminist friend who’s doing a Ph D on “cat calling.” I used that opportunity to ease further into other sexual topics. We were sitting across from each other, drinking beers and openly discussing various sexual topics.
It’s the natural outcome of what happens when two people who are attracted to each other meet and display this attraction to each other. It’s been established that you both like each other.
It’s a sexually-charged private conversation between two adults, not a watered-down public discussion that’s designed to be displayed to the entire country on a morning talk show. That’s why you go out to a bar or a club after a hard day’s work: to let your rational mind take a break and enjoy an emotional conversation with a beautiful woman who you want to take home—and who wants to be seduced and taken home by you as well. You’re not on some public talk show on primetime TV.
There’s a huge difference between flirting and merely discussing sexual topics. She took the discussion seriously as though it was some kind of college debate.
And if there’s one thing I hate it’s talking about sex with someone on such a politically correct level that it feels like we’re discussing America’s foreign policy. Of course I would’ve preferred flirting, but that just wasn’t an option.
I mentioned how I don’t believe in not having sex before marriage because I view sex as a fundamental part of any relationship (I mentioned at least 50%).