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Cyber Lust – Are women to blame?

20 August 2012, 11:56

We’re breaking new ground here today on MyNews24.  This is a collaboration piece between Charles Dumbwin and Brett (aka; Biker, Crotch Rocket and Larry Flint).

So Brett and I got talking about a number of things, one of them was the issue of love and lust in cyberspace.  Gone are the days of old when gentlemen courted their one true love with flowers, serenade and pomp (no, not that pomp).

Nowadays, with morals at an all time low and mankind’s sex drive at insatiable heights, the Internet has made the casual sex hook-up just all too convenient.

So who’s to blame?  Whose lust-meter is running in overdrive, threatening to seize our morality engine for good and to plunge the human race into utter and complete debauchery? 

Men always get the short end of the stick (don’t go there); we’re constantly seen as the defilers of morality and virginity.  But is this really the truth of the matter?

Online NSA sex Ads - who’s to blame?

Charles says: 

Men and women are equally at fault here, I think.  It takes two to tango, three if hubby’s a voyeur.

Brett says:

Equally at fault?  Screw that, women are filled with lust and they have become the predators in this new millennium. When I became a member on a dating site, I didn’t contact any women. They just kept streaming into my inbox. Women have become the hunters and we guys can simply sit back and enjoy what comes our way.

Why are women on dating sites?

Charles says:

Why are they there?  I don’t know, to lure men?  To find a husband? 

Brett says:

Women are there for sex and security.  The main purpose of women becoming the hunters is for financial security. They know they can’t secure a future without the help of a man. I only met one girl under thirty who wanted a husband and babies. The rest were all out to find a replacement for her pension fund that has now fled into the arms of a younger bimbo. 99% of the women that join a dating site are divorced and their sole purpose is finding a man with money.

All of the tripe they write about in their narratives about wanting to find a soul mate is just empty words.  The bigger the SUV or bank account, the bigger their interest. The modern woman is a gold digger. Full stop.

Are women who they portray in their cyber profiles?

Charles says:

I wouldn’t know.  But if I was dating online, I’d be wary of any, “22-year-old, busty blonde, looking for true love and romance.  Only wealthy men need apply”.  That, and greasy, overweight, picture-collecting perverts who pretend to be women.

Brett says:

No, they never are.  The majority of women are very shallow as well. They post old pictures of themselves taken twenty years ago at their matric dance, and they lie through their teeth. You go meet them expecting this voluptuous bomb you saw in the picture, but you meet a wobbly goose!

They themselves never go near a gym to keep themselves in shape, but chase us men who do make the effort to keep fit.  Being a fitness fanatic I used to sit night after night and wonder why these fat women would be contacting me.  Disgusting.

What are the advantages of cyber dating?

Charles says:

Advantages or risks?  Okay, one ‘advantage’ might be the ease of meeting someone new, if you’re eligible for the dating scene.  The Internet has made many things convenient.  But morally we should be asking questions about this platform which seems to encourage mass-market promiscuity. 

Brett says:

Cyber dating has become a very convenient way for a man to have something in his bed every night. Sex is just a click away and with so many to choose from, men no longer have to put up with the fat slobs. Be it your own wife or otherwise.

Cyber hook-ups have also become the married man’s best friend. If you are saddled with a fridge, pleasure is just a click away. There is no reason any man should be saddled with a non-responsive wife.

The online hookup - who’s to blame?

Charles says: 

Well, traditionally men are the hunters, the sexual predators, but not always.  From what I understand, women also place online Ads for sex with complete strangers the same way men do, although arguable less frequently.  But are women fast becoming the sexual aggressor?

Brett says:

Men are the predators?  Not true. Women can’t live without a man. They HAVE to have a man and will go to any length to get one. They are chasing us.

On the dating site they outnumbered us men probably 10 to 1. We must take into account that most are divorced and stuck with the kids at home. So they can’t run around to bars and pick men up, so cyberspace has become the new bar; you could instantly see who is online and get yourself a bed mate within 30 minutes.

Cyber lust in the workplace - who’s to blame?

Charles says: 

The odd office flirtation; via email, Facebook or some chat service, has gotten oodles of amorous employees into hot water.  Here both parties are equally guilty – the initiator who sends the comms, and the recipient who reciprocates.  Just a few flirtatious back and forth’s, and it’s boardroom bango, baby!

Brett says:

Saying that both parties are equally guilty is not true. We men are living in a very demanding economic landscape. We have to look after our careers and don’t have time to canoodle around at work.

It will always be some woman with evil intentions that leads us astray in the office.  I hear guys saying all the time that women watch our crotches at work. They do! Although I don’t believe in the Bible, I do believe the theory that Eve seduced poor Adam. He probably was slaving away in his vegetable garden when this evil Delilah came to the vegetable patch flashing him some melons and a juicy peach! That is what women have been since the beginning of time. Seductresses!

Well, as you can see, Brett gets a little worked up about this topic.  But that’s enough from us.  What are your thoughts, News24 users?

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