Tag: promiscuity

Sexist Men Have Poor Mental Health

December 5, 2016
Sexist Men Have Poor Mental Health

A recent meta-analysis of 78 different studies (2003-2013) in the Journal of Counseling Psychology concludes that men who adhere to traditional masculine norms exhibit poorer mental health than men who are less traditional in their concept of masculinity. (H/T: J 2.0) Mental Health Defined For analytical purposes, mental health is defined as more than the absence of […]

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Why Women are Sexually Disgusted By Players

November 4, 2015
Why Women are Sexually Disgusted By Players

Today’s post is the first in a series based on Mate: Become the Man Women Want.  It’s co-authored by reformed bad boy Tucker Max and evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, who also wrote The Mating Mind. For guys who want a better understanding of women, you can’t beat this book. For starters, it’s brutally honest – which puts […]

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Humans Appear Wired for Short or Long-Term Mating, But Not Both

February 11, 2015
Humans Appear Wired for Short or Long-Term Mating, But Not Both

Hallelujah, it’s nice to be backed up by science! Longtime readers of HUS will recall a time when Red Pillers came to the site in droves. The central tenet of their belief system can be summed up as: All Women Are Like That (AWALT). The concept is applied to every unsavory character defect imaginable when it […]

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A Player Seeks Redemption

November 13, 2014
A Player Seeks Redemption

Susan, Going to make a long story short, but I am a 29 year old attractive male who has the “Player” stigma from the people that surround me due to my old days. I have fallen in love with a friend who shows me all the signs that she likes me as well, but WILL […]

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Female Economic Independence Changes Attitudes Toward Promiscuity

July 8, 2014
Female Economic Independence Changes Attitudes Toward Promiscuity

The titillatingly titled article Why Some People Get Enraged When Women Have Sex in NY Magazine reports on an interesting pair of new studies. Female Economic Dependence and the Morality of Promiscuity (Price, Pound and Scott, 2014) asked 5K Americans what they believe about promiscuity both male and female. They then analyzed the correlation between those views and female economic dependence within […]

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