Harvard Professor: Being slutty is bad!
A Harvard male Professor seems to think that the sexual revolution doesn't serve the interests of young women. Whose side is he on? In a talk titled "Feminism and the Autonomy of Women," he suggested that men who grow used to "free samples" in the bedroom are going to leave women high-and-dry when it comes to committed relationships. And then he revealed his insights into the erotic: "[Today's] women play the men's game, which they are bound to lose. Without modesty, there is no romance—it isn't so attractive or so erotic," said the professor. The solution to the problem, clearly, was for women to start saying no a little more often. It's funny that this dude from Harvard is the one bringing this up, since Harvard is pretty much known around the Boston college scene as the "One night stand school" and for good reason: The guys there suck. They are either rich prepy assholes or dorky nerdy dweebs. That's pretty much the Criteria necessary to get into Harvard, with few notable exceptions. The same doesn't apply to Harvard girls, who most of them are attractive and come from fairly middle-class families. With their dating pool confined to those 2 categories of men, and with the fact that they have to battle each other and those damn Try-sexual* sluts from Wellsley college over the few male exceptions, Harvard chicks end up always going to clubs and bars trying to pick up men out of sexual frustration. So, I don't know. It seems that the sexual revolution is at least helping them get laid every once in a while, which is better than nothing. You know? *They will try anything in bed. Them girls are freaky.