Are SINGLES predators ???
Posted Fri Aug 22, 2014 07:45 AM
Do you feel that single people are "rogue" - "predators" - and if so WHY - after all - your' relationships are solid - aren't they......
Posted Fri Aug 22, 2014 07:56 AM
No, I don't think of all singles as rogue predators. If a person is overly concerned about their partner being a "victim of prey" maybe that relationship isn't very solid.
Posted Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:03 AM
It even gets weirder, when you consider that many married women will have unprotected sex if they cheat. Some inner urge to expand the gene pool I guess, have a kid with a more dominant male than her husband. It is even common for them to stop having sex with the husband--cutting him off completely if she is having an affair. more than one divorce happened after having no sex with the wife for months, suddenly the husband gets a week straight of mad sex....then coincidentally a few weeks later she announces she is pregnant! its hard to get away with it, now that they sell DNA test kits on Amazon.
most sane guys do not want the extra baggage, or refrain from doing that for ethical reasons.
In a long term relationship...you obviously would not want a guy who enjoys that perverse pleasure...you could never trust him
This post has been edited by spud14: Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:14 AM
Posted Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:43 AM
your' post made me think of women who may seek out a man - in a relationship or not - in order to become impregnated - and once accomplished - seek nothing to do with that "mate" - what they tell the child or don't boggles my mind - I think there's a need in us to KNOW WHO we are. Certainly I believe we all have that RIGHT.
Maybe my response would have been better suited to a NEW topic - but I'l blame you as you made me think of it xxx
Posted Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:15 PM
As for a Female seeking a Male just for the purpose of reproduction raises issues with me .
First , STD's , how do you know he's clean ?
The child produced might have genetic health issues you may be unaware of .
If that's your goal wouldn't medical artificial insemination be better /safer for both the Female & the resulting child ?
Now as for predatory behavior , most males have it , some more than others , some have such an excess as to be dangerous . Me for example , I'm very predatory , but protective at the same time . I know where to direct my aggression/predatory side .
You mentioned lions , but I can relate to wolves better . The Alpha will protect his pack , & kill an intruding male up to the point of becoming too old & weak & then he's "replaced" , but wolves aren't packing my arsenal , my beard might be grey , but what I lost from my youth has been replaced with the experience & wisdom of dirty tricks age gave an old grey wolf
Posted Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:20 AM
This post has been edited by Caramel55: Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:20 AM