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(NSFW) Is it true females are more crude and graphic compared to males when discussing this subject?

Asked by mazingerz88 (23180points) 4 weeks ago from iPhone

Bodies of males. Sex. Making-out. Masturbation.

Growing up and raised Roman Catholic, heard several times which made a lasting impression that girls and women were secretly talking way more graphically and shamelessly about the opposite sex compared to boys.

My experience might be the exception. A fluke. Just not very sure.

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SavoirFaire's avatar

Probably not. There are men who are crude and graphic when discussing sex, and there are men who are delicate and vague when discussing sex. Similarly, there are women who are crude and graphic when discussing sex, and there are women who are delicate and vague when discussing sex.

But there’s a myth in some circles that women don’t think about or talk about sex as much as men do (or even at all), and the people who believe that will find just about any frank discussion of sex shocking when it comes from a woman’s mouth. And since humans tend to overemphasize shocking things, they might perceive normal talk as being particularly crude and/or graphic.

Of course, it’s also possible that you just grew up around some particularly lewd girls. That’s the thing about repression: it tends to backfire.

KNOWITALL's avatar

Girls were less exposed historically, so curiousity more than anything probably. A mystery is irresistable. Also the mechanics of sex, for safety, like telling girls to keep their legs together..makes you worry you’ll get preggers by accident lol

Brian1946's avatar

My good friend, Andrea Dice Clay, says “NO FUCKIN’ WAY, that’s a shitload of ass-sucking BULLSHIT”! ;-o

JLeslie's avatar

I really have no idea if it’s true, but women typically are more ok talking about their bodies than men I think. We will discuss health issues more readily I think. Regarding sex women feel more at risk for pregnancy and disease. We deal with being aware of our sexual organs every month, and for many women it comes with some complications from very minor cramps, to major discomfort, to all sorts of other things.

Women have a more complicated time figuring out all the sex stuff I think, because we have most everything tucked inside and harder to reach. Men just look down and can see it all, and they can tug on it readily. Lol.

Men are crude, but women might be more technical? I really don’t know.

tinyfaery's avatar

In my experience women are very graphic and descriptive when talking about their own bodies and the bodies of men.

ucme's avatar

Women talking together about sex & dicks would make a pirate blush…to be sure.

raum's avatar

In my own personal experience, I’ve found men to be crass, but women to be graphic.

Demosthenes's avatar

@raum That’s been my experience as well (as a gay guy, I’ve been privy to both genders’ sexual discussions). The young guys were more crude, the young women were more detailed. Neither type appeals much to me!

MrGrimm888's avatar

I wouldn’t say women are worse than men, on this subject, but they are definitely just as bad. I have known a lot of female nurses, who discuss things, that would get a man fired, or imprisoned. Female nurses take special care, to talk about male patient’s genitals. If the patient is unconscious, they will literally take turns looking at his dick. That usually bothered me most, because it’s not going to look too impressive, when you’re injured, or in a coma. The ethics, don’t bother me, as much. I worked at a hospital for about a year once. We had to take a bus to, and from the hospital, because of the parking. And my god, the things that they would talk about were almost always penises. It was quite shocking honestly.

Women are DEFINITELY just as bad, if not worse than men, in medical settings. And really, they are worse than most men, when they are intoxicated. They think nothing of molesting men, or saying ridiculously inappropriate things. They just NEVER get in trouble for it…
I’ve been sexually assaulted, by probably more than a hundred women. And I’m just counting unwanted dick grabbing. Not even counting what they’ve said to me, or when they touched me in other places. Yes. Most of them were intoxicated. But when I was a bouncer, I was constantly groped, and had dozens of women tell me things, that would make Trump blush. Especially rich women. They were the worst.
I’ve NEVER done anything close, to what hundreds of women, have done to me. Or I’d be in prison.

mazingerz88's avatar

^^Had a somewhat similar experience with my friends…female work colleagues years ago. After working together professionally in our field for about 4 years we had a drinking session once and me and a few other male colleagues got a bit of a shock when the women started talking about their husbands and boyfriends’ dicks like narrators from The Discovery Channel. Lol

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

It could be the company I keep but crude talk like that pretty much never happens between us guys. I do think that men are more to the point and trivial details are omitted where women tend to be more detailed for the sake of conversation.

Dutchess_lll's avatar

I think women are more matter of fact about it.

KNOWITALL's avatar

@MrGrimm Yikes. It is generally accepted all men want a pretty, willing girl, in drunk girl mode. I can see thats not true, what if you are married, gay, or not interested. Sorry.

MrGrimm888's avatar

I just got used to it. Men have no real rights there. That’s why I get mad, hearing about how terrible men are. Women are worse, in some ways….

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