Maybe its the college environment that leads me to meet so many feminist men--many of them pretty strong in their beliefs. But I find them to be unattractive and to eager to win the favor of women they are interested in with supporting or trying to perpetuate feminism. I also am turned off by some of them trying to be politically correct or accommodating to women's possible becoming offended to the point that it seems absurd.
One guy who was more a friend of a friend got really annoyed because I used the term jerking off. It was in a certain context I don't remember and was specifically referring to a man masturbating. I don't usually talk about sex or related stuff so casually (its not my thing is all) so I don't know how we got there. But anyway his argument seemed to be that jerking off only refers to male masturbation and women masturbate too so I was excluding women and implying they can't or don't masturbate.
I was like, "huh?"
Another example one guy who is of the belief that sexual assault--and even if its less than rape--is worse than murder. He said it in those exact words. I mean yes sexual assault and rape is bad, but I disagree that it's worse than murder. Also he agrees with everything any feminist article or person says seemingly without even thinking about it.
Many more of these guys are all about "you can't objectify women ever" or tell them "anything is impossible or they can't do anything (even if they really can't cuz of lack of talent etc.)
Anyway I am very attractive to the guy who's dominant and in control--but not controlling if you see the difference, and not abusive of course. I like being submissive to man, especially sexually. I find it hot.
I like being objectified sometimes. Especially when I'm about to have sex. Why wouldn't I want my bf to appreciate my body? Isn't that how he's supposed to get hard in the first place?
What do you think? Also how common are they (especially outside of college?)