“If women want Intimacy, they must first reject the malicious attempt by feminism to deceive them. What the present version of the #MeToo campaign shows is a yearning by a lot of women to get back to Intimacy. To this effect, saying “No means No” or “Yes means Yes” isn’t enough.”

“No” is still an effective way to reject sex without intimacy, whereas saying “Yes” up front, having a disappointing experience then screaming “Sexual Assault!” isn’t right for either partner.

The fact that a significant percentage of these hookups do result in long-term relationships means some women are able to reach intimacy in or after a hookup session. It’s a minority, and still not a wise strategy for the woman, but sometimes does work out.

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Al Black

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I work in IT, Community volunteer interested in Politics, support Capitalism as the best economic system for lifting people out of poverty, Skeptical scientist.

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