Women Lose Sexual Desire For 'Man-Children,' According to Study
Nothing kills women’s sex drives more than being their partner’s… mother.
At least, that’s according to a new study conducted by researchers from Canada and Australia. The study found that women experience a decline in sexual desire for men who they see as their dependents, instead of partners.
The study collected data and survey results from 700 women, all of whom had children and a male partner. The findings revealed that when household chores are not shared equally, with women taking on the bulk of the responsibilities, women experience a decrease in sexual interest in their male partners and their perceived dependence.
Long story short, women don’t want to have sex with a man-child.
Characterized by general helplessness, man-children are the grown men who can’t seem to learn how to wash the dishes, take out the trash, or look after their own children. Another common trait among man-children is the habit of weaponizing incompetence.
Mommy kinks are one thing, but complete dependence on a female partner to take on household chores kills women’s sex drives. According to the study, there’s nothing less sexy than when the line between mother and partner is blurred.
So what is desirable? Being an equal partner.