All of that is just a prelude to the rather amusing statement I then heard, as he claimed that nature was “unfair” to women. Said unfairness seemed to consist of the fact that men can be promiscuous at a time when women tend to start to panic because a lot of those guys who happily blew a load in them disappeared as quickly as they came, sometimes literally, and all those she “really liked”, because they were hotter than the average she could normally get, had no sustained interest in her.
As I thought about that, it quickly dawned on me that there is no unfairness at all. Women blossom sooner, for sure. So, a woman in her early thirties who has a hard time finding a guy who wants to keep her should first and foremost ask herself how it happened that she ended up being alone after 20 years of sexual activity.
The mere notion that nature is “unfair” is ludicrous to begin with. Nature doesn’t give a fuck about fairness and that some people are taller, better looking, or more intelligent than others, even though the thought of innate differences between humans is deeply offensive to SJWs. Despite that, though, nature is pretty “fair” inasmuch as this statement makes sense in this context. Women normally become sexually active a bit sooner, or a the very least they will find it easier to engage in sexual relationships because they have guys coming on to them. A good-looking 14 year old certainly arouses the sexual interest of the 16 or 17 year old guys in her high school, and even with little impetus on her own she’ll quickly be able to sample quite a few dicks. Guys, on the other hand are not so lucky. They get sexually active a bit later, and due to how sexual attraction between sexes works — the hot guys get all the attention, while the less hot guys have to work on other areas in their lives to get attractive, but for other reasons —, they may take longer to gain more experience. Not even the better looking guys are in a situation comparable to hot girls, i.e. chicks will normally not come on to them, in an interpretation that means “sending clear, unambiguous signals”.
So, how unfair is it that a woman might learn in her 30s that the stream of cocks she had gotten used to is coming to an end? At there very least, you could blame her for lack of foresight — and feminism for making her believe that she is entitled to whatever the fuck she wants. On the other hand, one could state that she has a staggering 20 years, let's say roughly between 14 and 34. To make the numbers work out nicely, we'll say that her sexual peak was around 24. That’s a fucking long time, if I may say so.
For guys, the span may be a bit different, with their main period of sexual activity between, say, 16 to 36, give or take a few years. Yes, yes, you can be a good looking 40 or 50 year old dude, and it’s quite obvious that guys can be sexually attractive for longer than women. After all, attractive 40 year old guys are by no means a rarity, while sexually attractive 40 year old women do not exist. However, the typical guy in his late 30s is quite remote from being a pussy magnet.
It seems that nature isn’t that unfair after all. What does happen, though, is that women normally see their options decrease as they get older, while the opposite happens for guys. An 18 year old woman is attractive for a 40 year old guy, but as she gets older, she will be less attractive to guys that are around her age or younger. This alone should lead women to make the realisation that the gravy train will eventually come to an end. Thus, a guy in his late 20s, realising that his sexual market value is increasing, while the sexual market value of a woman in a similar age is not, is not an example of unfairness but a reflection of lifestyle choices. Both sexes get their window of opportunity. It just so happens that for guys it opens a bit later, and for those who play their cards right, it does indeed stay open for longer.
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