Male vs. Female Sexuality.

Via on Jul 9, 2011

This graphic’s been floating around. It’s funny—partially because, I’m sure, it hits on that well-traveled “men are stupid, women are crazy” notion.

Is this true, though, in your experience?

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5 Responses to “Male vs. Female Sexuality.”

  1. Ben Ralston Ben_Ralston says:

    True. That's why it's funny…

  2. Noelle-Marie says:

    I believe men are just as intricate and at times difficult to decode as women.. in general, they just express themselves differently. That doesn't make them stupid, and the way women express themselves doesn't make them crazy.

  3. Noelle-Marie says:

    Still funny though!

  4. Tobye Hillier yogi tobye says:

    I reckon it's more about male/female energy. You know, Anima/ Animus and all that…. there's female in male and male in female.

    So men have just as much chance to be complex, bitchy and not know what the feck they want from one nano second to the next, as much as women have of being stubborn, non-conversational neanderthals!

  5. resourcetherapy says:

    The men I have known tend to be just as complex as I am. There is beauty in diversity, even within a single individual.

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