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I came to the U.S. at age of 12 with my mother. We settled in sunny Florida, which was quite a contrast to Minsk. I have always been fascinated by sex and relationships. Sex Secrets is where I share sex advice, experiences, news, and sometimes a little humor. If you have a question about sex that you prefer not to post in the comments, you can email me at svetlanaivano(at)yahoo.com.
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Why Are There So Many Offensive Stereotypes about Male Sexuality?

Psychologist and sex therapist Dr. Marty Klein asks why there are so many offensive stereotypes about male sexuality.

Every week or two some magazine wants to interview me about sex. Twenty years ago, when I was young(er) and hungry, I usually said yes. Now I usually say no.

Today I said yes to a well-known national magazine. You see it in every supermarket and airport, with a good-looking busty model on the cover. Let’s call the publication “Young Women Interested in Sex.”

The article they called me about is “75 things about men — in 1 sentence each.” The staff writer, a respectful, pleasant woman about 26, hoped I would answer about a dozen questions. By the end of the interview, we were glad to be rid of each other. The questions included:

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3 Responses to Why Are There So Many Offensive Stereotypes about Male Sexuality?

  • Jason says:

    Because Cosmo isn’t about actually building relationships between men and women, it’s about producing a generation of vapid airheads who depend on Cosmo for their information, and blame themselves for the failure of their relationships.

    I like her observation about the writers being a bunch of young women who know very little about sex or relationships.

  • Svetlana Ivanova says:

    The writing style of Cosmo irritates me more than anything they actually write. Cosmo‘s sex advice varies from pretty good to pretty bad. Most of it is excerpted from published books.

    The basic premise of most of Cosmo‘s sex and relationship articles seems to be the males are mysterious, unfathomable creatures who must be explained by experts, even though most of its readers have known males all their lives and had sex with some of them..

  • Jason says:

    Men mysterious?
    We aren’t. I thinl the biggest problem (some) women have is trying to divine thoughts and motivations that guys simply don’t have. Feed us, lay us, don’t expect us to understand everything (we’re not their BFF) and it’s all good.
    (maybe I’m oversimplifying just a little)

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