I’ve been thinking more about how the Church falls into the feminist trap of pathologizing the male sex drive. Additionally, the perpetuation of the slow cooker analogy has done a lot of damage.
The basic True facts are:
- Men like having sex with attractive women.
- Men are sexually attracted to beautiful, young, feminine women.
- Women like having sex with attractive men.
- Women are sexually attracted to powerful, high-status, handsome, masculine men.
Unfortunately, these are not facts that are widely perpetuated throughout the Church. The Church, unfortunately, buys into some deceptions about male and female nature.
The ought trap
This is the ‘ought’ trap that the Church falls into.
Since godliness is good, women ‘ought’ to be attracted to godliness.
This statement wreaks a heckuva lot of damage.
Following the logical conclusion of this statement means that women cannot be attracted to bad boys because there is no godliness in them. Thus, women are seduced by bad boys against their will. “It’s not their fault.” Womens’ agency toward sin can be taken away from them because it’s the man’s fault. In other words, women can still be assumed as pure and holy and put on the Christian pedestal while the male sex drive can be pathologized because these bad men are tempting women to sin.
Of course, we know that women are sexually attracted to bad boys because they have a masculine presence and confidence that most feminized Church men do not. The women are not really ‘seduced’ by the these bad men but rather are attracted to them. Women willingly give into the temptation to have sex with bad boys because they want to have sex with attractive men.
Thus, all of these factors come into play leading to a mass-scale deception — inadvertent or not — to men and even women about the female sex drive. The rot of feminism runs deep.
Yes, women like sex too. Especially with attractive men.