The debate "Who are more loyal in their relationship a boy or a girl" was started by
June 24, 2019, 2:56 am.
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sakshi posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
sakshi, babymarie, TPSYT1, trent, fry, Kiowa and 18 visitors agree.
thuy and 5 visitors disagree.
Care to explain where you are getting this from @TRUELOVE
that goes without saying the girl of course. men are shallow and fickle and are easily distracted whereas women (females) have more common sense when it comes to knowing what's important and setting priorities.
both are same
I'm not sure you read the study. It doesn't actually disagree with other studies. It only shows that its not only genetics but also arbitrary social norms that influence sex differences in romantic selectivity. They showed the mere act of physically approaching a potential romantic partner (vs. being approached), a behavior that is more characteristic of men than of women, increases one's attraction to that partner. But, they recognised it's a social norm for men to approach women, they even say their goal was to show arbitrary social norms also explain why men tend to be less selective than women when evaluating and pursuing potential romantic partners.
The more interesting question is why is it a social norm for men to approach women? Papers that have cited this study have suggested it's because women's inherently higher romantic selectivity makes them more willing to wait. So it's both social norms and genetics that makes women more selective of partners. That means men are more likely to be polygamous
Rereading the study, you're right. My bad.
interestingly, this source seems to support my claim as when they switched rotation during speed dating and left the women seated as the men moved, women became just as sexually interested in numerous men as the men were before.
none of this controlled for general social expectations pushed on us since birth, but considering their results showed less female selectivity when a single, insignificant, traditional role was reversed.
I know you don't like outsourcing arguments, but this is a good source for my argument.
It basically talks about the experiments that Eli J. Finkel and Paul Eastwick did
and what is that belief based on?
any subculture that promotes polyamory, women participate just as much as men. hippy culture for example. it is impossible to seperate culture from mate selection in human society, but there are enough societal pressure to explain all disparity. the biology theory in this instance is pure faith and subjective opinion.
I'm not saying that most people aren't monogamous; that's mostly everyone because of social norms. I'm saying that I believe that males have a stronger urge to mate with several females than vice versa.
in what way does biology affect this?
although the number of polyamorous women is kept low by social norms, the many monogamous men disagree with you.
Culture is definitely part of it. But, I would argue that so is biology
that is hardly biology. that is pure cultural expectations where a polyamorous women is labeled a slut while a polyamorous man is labeled a conquerer.
I'm saying that the dynamics of personal relationships is heavily affected by culture. So the question is kind of vague.
I would assume that any statistics would follow biology which makes women more likely to be monogamous and men to be polyamorous
So, you mean to say that in Saudi Arabia the women will be more faithful because they don't have any choice as they would have to be escorted with a male member. . right? ? but from this are you in support with females?
i've never seen statistics on that. I would imagine it would vary considerably by culture. For instance, I would imagine women being unfaithful in Saudi Arabia would be less common because they need to be escorted by a male family member to leave their home.