On the male side, I also asked an important question: “What do you think women get wrong about men when it comes to sex and intimacy?” Men felt they were unfairly typecast as emotionally distant, and “only out for sex,” as one early-twenties guy put it.I recently conducted two informal surveys about sex and intimacy; one survey went out to men in their 20s and 30s, the other to women of the same ages.
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Some said they thought women believed men don’t want emotional intimacy at all.
Another felt that almost all men grow to a point where they seek substance over sex.
While it’s great we’re moving toward a place of equality between the sexes, you can’t erase the impact of the ingrained and socialized roles in heterosexual relationships in one fell swoop.actually respected I posed one question to women: “If you could ask men absolutely anything you wanted about sex and intimacy, and get a 100 percent truthful answer, what would you want to know?
” The response was fairly consistent: Most women wanted to know when sex was more than just a physical act, and/or if men the women they had slept with.