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Weekend sex: Women regret having had one night stand sex, but just want more of the same
  • In several recent papers the sex difference in regret predicted by sexual strategies theory has been supported: men more than women report regret passing up short-term sexual opportunities (inaction regret), while women regret having had sexual encounters (action regret). However, the adaptive function of regret, to improve future behavioral choices, has not been tested. In this first longitudinal test of behavioral change following regret, we consider whether regret actually results in adaptive shifts of behavior: will men who regret passing up sex engage in more short-term sex following regret? Will women who regret short-term encounters either choose better quality partners, reduce number of one-night stands or shift their strategy to long-term relationships? Across two waves (NT1 = 399, 65.4% women and NT2 = 222, 66.2% women) students responded to questions about casual sex action regret and inaction regret, along with possible outcomes, intrapersonal traits, and concurrent contextual predictors. There was no clear evidence for the proposed functional shifts in sexual behavior. Casual sex regret was associated with respondent sex and stable individual differences, such as sociosexual attitudes, regret processing and metacognitions, but the effect of these predictors were not consistent across the two waves. Among the tested concurrent contextual predictors, sexual disgust was the most consistent across waves. Regret is considered a gauge of the value and quality of the short-term sexual encounter. However, tentatively we conclude that after this first test of function using longitudinal data, we find no evidence of a mating strategy shifting effect following sexual regret.

    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1474704921998333#

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  • But do they prefer MFT or full frame? That's the pertinent question!

  • @firstbase

    Size doesn't matter much, it's skill that counts! ;)

  • @eno But those with smaller size will have more noise Thus lowering the performance

    Lol

  • @Eno

    Size doesn't matter much, it's skill that counts! ;)

    100% not true. Skill is addition, not replacement.

    First part is psychological as woman are turned on by the looks, rarity and other similar things.

    Second part is pure physiology - for cervix or a/p spot orgasms you need not short dick, for g spot and also a/p spots it is preferably to have thick one.

    In general girls prefer around top 15-20% percentile for length, but not top 3%. And top 5-1% for thickness, but not top 0.5%.

    Thickness is more important for brief one night stands.

    Girls also adapt quite fast, in 3-5 nights she adapts to thick dick totally.

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  • LOL, peak capitalism marketing side effects... do women prefer telephoto primes or zooms? This is the essential question for continuing human life on earth.

  • @MirrorMan

    Woman certainly prefer thick long telephoto things.

  • @Eno I assume the size of the lens matters more than the camera.

    Why else do we love to mate massive PL Mount zooms with an ARRI Mini??

  • Career women who are the family breadwinners are nearly 40% more likely to get a divorce than women without the same economic resources, according to a 25-year study by Jay Teachman, a sociology professor at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash.

    Researchers found that the tipping point is when the wife pulled in at least 60% of the family's income. Couples in this position were 38% more likely in any given year to get divorced. And it didn't matter how rich or poor the pair were.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinehoward/2010/09/10/women-who-earn-more-more-likely-to-get-divorced/?sh=7a932e495cf9