Og tror du, du er mere indenfor normen end hende i post nummer 2 i denne tråd der fortrød hendes to engangsknald?Angelina skrev:Jeg har i øvrigt aldrig oplevet de der seksuelle tømmermænd du taler om ... eller, jo, hvis sexen var dårlig, så kan man da godt have sådan en lidt øv-følelse, men det er mere ligesom når man skal have et stykke kage man har glædet sig virkelig virkelig meget til, og så viser det sig at være sådan en uden sukker og fedt der smager af ingenting ... og så bliver man lidt øv, når man nu havde regnet med noget lækker kage. Men man bliver ikke øv over at man havde lyst til kagen, blot at kagen man fik ikke var god.
Så måske er det det der sker for dine kvindelige venner, at de har en tendens til at vælge mænd der knalder dårligt, og derfor står med en øv-følelse bagefter?
Det her har været undersøgt mange gange:
Women have not adapted to casual sexWas it good for you too? Almost half of women interviewed in new study have negative feelings about one-night stands.
THE sexual and feminist revolutions were supposed to free women to enjoy casual sex just as men always had. Yet according to Professor Anne Campbell from Durham University in the UK, the negative feelings reported by women after one-night stands suggest that they are not well adapted to fleeting sexual encounters. Her findings1 are published online in the June issue of Springer’s journal, Human Nature.
The predominant negative feeling reported by women was regret at having been “used”. Women were also more likely to feel that they had let themselves down and were worried about the potential damage to their reputation if other people found out. Women found the experience less sexually satisfying and, contrary to popular belief, they did not seem to view taking part in casual sex as a prelude to long-term relationships.
Men and women have different regrets after sex, study suggestsMen most often regret not having sex with more people while women frequently regret having sex with the wrong partner, according to a recently released study.
Study reveals gender differencesAccording to new research by psychologists at UCLA and the University of Texas at Austin, men are more likely to regret not seizing the opportunity for a quick and meaningless tryst, while women are more remorseful about actually jumping into bed for a one-night stand.
Evolutionary pressures probably explain the stark contrast in remorse between men and women when it comes to casual sex, say the researchers behind the findings, which appear in the current issue of the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.
According to the findings:
* The three most common regrets for women, in descending order, were: losing their virginity to the wrong partner (24 percent), cheating on a present or past partner (23 percent) and moving too fast sexually (20 percent).
* For men, the top three regrets were, in descending order: being too shy to make a move on a prospective sexual partner (27 percent), not being more sexually adventurous when young (23 percent) and not being more sexually adventurous during their single days (19 percent).
Sexual Regret: Evidence for Evolved Sex DifferencesWe hypothesized evolved sex differences in women’s and men’s experiences of sexual regret. Because of women’s higher obligatory costs of reproduction throughout evolutionary history, we hypothesized that sexual actions, particularly those involving casual sex, would be regretted more intensely by women than by men. In contrast, because missed sexual opportunities historically carried higher reproductive fitness costs for men than for women, we hypothesized that poorly chosen sexual inactions would be regretted more by men than by women.
Kvinder fortryder engangsknald Mændene, derimod, ser ingen grund til fortrydelse!En undersøgelse, lavet af det engelske magasin Cosmopolitan blandt 5.000 kvinder og 200 mænd, viser, atselvom 2/3 af de adspurgte kvinder har haft et engangsknald, så har de næsten alle sammen fortrudt det.
Kvindernes ubetinget største skuffelse i forbindelse med deres engangsknald er, at det ikke udviklede sig til et forhold