Dating whore

If you are with a guy who seems to have a lot of exes, and in the past has jumped from one conquest to another, you are in rough territory.

The chances of you changing their attitude to life and love, sadly, are slim.

With Valentine's Day coming up it is time to re-evaluate your relationship and see if this guy is worth sticking around for.

So, if this sexually promiscuous nature is seemingly embedded in our genetic code from birth, “man whores” are the norm – and those more sexually reserved are the exception, right? As Stephen Diamond, Ph D writes in Psychology Today, the roots of promiscuity do not lie within one’s aptitude for frequent sexual encounters, but rather one’s lack of sexual discrimination.

Diamond continues to say that repeated bouts of random sexual encounters – in women – can be “commonly seen in various mental disorders.” He then goes on to mention psychosis, manic episodes, substance abuse and a number of different identity disorders as examples, among others.

Focus on what happens to be on your own respective plate – or bed, for the purpose of this discussion – and let Mother Nature run her course.

You may be that one girl to change him but you are 99.9% most likely not.

Americans love to throw around the word “whore” -- and Millennials are no different.

It’s rarely ever a compliment, frankly, but I will say its crassness varies among whom you say it to.

We aren’t like all apes though, as Ryan continues to explain.

An average human will generally have sexual intercourse upwards of 1,000 times throughout his or her lifetime, which correlates with the number of times chimps and bonobos will have sex, per birth.

According to the book – and by “the book,” I mean the dictionary – a “whore” is a prostitute.

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