and again....you utilizing the words sexual value is a scream period.<quoted text>
I would actually really be interested in having this conversation with you, should you be able to demonstrate a slightly better grasp of the topic at hand. Please reread my original quote below. If you can explain what I'm saying I would love to bring this conversation with out you further to get your opinion on the type of interaction being described. If you're not able to understand the exchange, I'm afraid I might let you move on to conversation elsewhere as I would quite like to have an intelligent discussion about this type of exchange.
The original excerpt, if you can break it down for me is:
"I wonder if it's not cultural? I don't think I've ever stopped mid conversation (or even argument) with a guy to stop to weigh up their sexual value without a direct prompt. But guys, especially ones on here, seem to make stopping the conversation to weigh in on the perceived sexual value of female participants near constantly.
I'm wondering if this isn't a thing guys, or guys of a specific age or generation do. It's really interesting to see an extra, gendered layer to processing and discussions that I don't really see as having a direct response in gross gendered female-to-male interactions. "
nasty ugly fat women have little sexual value.
it is only after man consumes 10 shots of whiskey where sexual value consideration with women like you begins, and then when determined you possibly may have sexual value, the man passes out drunk.
is this why you are so militant?