There is an interesting debate that started over at Huffington Post and I heard about on Q100’s The Bert Show. It is centered around the questions: Do women now have a sexual advantage? Are women more sexually empowered than men?
Since women are earning more, staying single longer, and are generally living on their own terms, our sex lives are drastically different. Somehow this translates to a sexual advantage.
There is something about sexual empowerment being connected to economics that bothers me, but I understand the point that is being made. The idea is that there is some type of advantage in being a female today with more money, power, and freedom to make choices.
What I wonder though is how can one truly qualify or quantify sexual empowerment? Perhaps I am over thinking this, what are your thoughts?
Is sexual empowerment in men and women something that can truly be compared? Especially considering all of the different/double standards society hold for men and women?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog