Think that guys have the market cornered on locker-room banter? Sit down; we have some news that is going to make your jaw drop.
The next best thing to having sex, or watching other people have it, is probably talking about it.
There’s a bit of a discrepancy though, when it comes to how men and women are expected to broach the topic. And even as we see the dynamics of sexuality become more and more diplomatic and evenly distributed among the genders, there are still some lingering, outdated myths when it comes to how we address sex.
For example, many men still seem to believe that women don’t talk about sex with their friends as much or as frankly as guys tend to with their buddies.
Oh, do we ever have some news for you, fellas.
As we reach the final stages of our Sex Mythbreakers series (archives of which you can find here), we wanted to shine some light on the true nature of “girl talk.”
Bawdy and explicit “locker room” conversations about sexual conquests and associated exploits have long been the norm for most men (despite the fact that a “gentleman never tells”). A lot of guys, however, aren’t totally aware that their female counterparts are likely having similar (and equally filthy) sexual conversations with their gal-pals whenever they get the chance.