Woman Says She Refuses to Hook-up with Men ‘For Fun’ – Says Most Men She’s Met Are Willing to Wait
Good for her. I don’t have the heart to read the comments on the page (on the Daily Mail site), however. If they are supportive of her, that would be great, but I wouldn’t be surprised if a large number mock and ridicule her for her choice.
I’m still trying to understand how it is most Western nations and cultures tolerate, or beg tolerance, for about any and all expressions of sexual behavior and sexual choices except for celibacy, virginity, or more conservative sexual behaviors.
Sex does mean a little more to some of us than the rest of society.
I think it’s rather sad we are living in such a hyper sexualized world that someone who is either a virgin, a celibate, or just wants to wait for sex, is considered an oddity or a weirdo.
The main link in this post is to a page on the Daily Mail, but they got their story idea from this page at Cosmo:
(Link): Don’t Judge Me Because I Wait to Have Sex by S. Weiss
- Women should not be judged for sleeping with people quickly, but they shouldn’t be judged for waiting either
(Link): Woman Says She Refuses to Hook-up with Men ‘for Fun’ – Daily Mail
Suzannah Weiss, from New York City, tried casual sex in college but craved emotional and intellectual stimulation, too
She doesn’t fault other women for having casual sex, but says intimacy is more fulfilling for her after she gets close with a man
The longest she’s gone before sleeping with a boyfriend is ten months, and she insists the guys she meets are all on-board with her pace
By CARLY STERN FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
One 25-year-old woman says the reason that she isn’t quick to hop into bed with a new guy isn’t because she’s a virgin, or religious, or a prude. It’s because – call her old fashioned – she wants more than just sex.
Suzannah Weiss, from New York City, is totally open to talking about sex and wants women’s sexuality to be destigmatized. She just isn’t look for a hook-up.
‘I don’t believe that sex is just for fun,’ she wrote in an essay for (Link): Cosmopolitan.com. ‘For me, at least, it’s spiritual, it’s emotional, and it’s a chance to get closer to someone. And developing a physical relationship before I’m close to someone can confuse matters, making me see my partner through rose-colored glasses and feel committed before I should.’
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