MisterSwig Posted December 12, 2017 Author Report Share Posted December 12, 2017 (edited) 1 hour ago, Eiuol said: The part I quoted especially. "This comes from being the egg-maker, and the desire to seduce a sperm-maker." So I'm arguing that most women want to look beautiful and attractive in order to seduce a seed-maker (a father for her baby). She might do this to get a particular type of man, such as the handsome, rich banker next door; or to get a general type of man, such as a nice guy who falls madly in love with her; or maybe some combination of both. The question is: how does she get him? Women learn early on what motivates a man, from watching family members, friends, movies. It's no secret that most men want a beautiful woman. Intelligent guys tend to also want a smart, affectionate woman. But it's a known fact that in order to make a baby, the woman must get the man sexually excited. Otherwise she better save up for a trip to the sperm bank. Thus making herself look as attractive as possible becomes an important virtue. And since she doesn't know when she'll bump into Mr. Right, she tries to always look her best and be ready to flirt with the potential ones. This only applies to women who have a basic understanding of sex. Young girls who want to dress up are most likely imitating their mothers or something they've seen other people do. They don't understand the sexual purpose of such dress and makeup. Also, as I said before, popular articles of clothing usually have multiple functions. The dress probably has some more general function as well, even besides protection from the elements. For example, easy access to the breasts makes it good for breastfeeding babies. Edited December 12, 2017 by MisterSwig Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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