Someone said :
If someone is so arrogant that they think they've the right to interview someone in that way, then they're not worth being around. It's really sexist too. Men are actually people, not that you'd think it from the way SN speaks about us. Ladies - do your genitals meet the grade? Are your breasts right? Are you tall enough? Thin enough? Do you satisfy men? Believe me, just making them ejaculate isn't anything to give yourself a pat on the back for.
If anyone took out a questionnaire, and proved on the spot that they were so lacking in real interpersonal, then the only thing going up them would be the rolled up paper, followed swiftly by the pen.
To expect to be allowed to assess a man before the action shows:
- double standards, if you're not willing to be assessed yourself.
- a clinical and detached view of sex, when it's supposed to be all about the person.
- maybe she's winding us up?