Eden Fantasys website is so fun to explore. Every time I visit their page I find something new and interesting. Whether it's finding adult toys, sexy lingerie, funny games, recipes or articles to read, I always learn something new.
    Today I wanted to share with you an extremely interesting article I read on their "Sexis Magazine" on their website. It was titled: “No” Means “No.” So Why Do Some Women Teach Men It Means “Maybe?”. Huh?! Yes, after reading through this article it made me realize how right this was and how some girls may think by saying NO (at first) is going to prevent them from being called a sl*t by other females.
    ( The more the sex positive community talks about the importance of respecting boundaries, the more alarming it becomes when, in mainstream dating, some women have been encouraging men to do the opposite for decades. )
    After reading this article I learned a few new slang abbreviations that I never knew of before this. LMR (Last Minute Resistance) and ASD (Anti-Sl*t Defense). Crazy right?! LMR according to the writer is because  “The word ‘slut’ is a weapon that women use against other women,” writes Markovik on his blog. “Not only does she prefer to avoid having others perceive her as a slut, but also she wants to avoid the discomfort of feeling like a slut. Thus she has the ASD interrupt mechanism to help her avoid this fate."
    Now, I don't want to tell you everything else he says which makes perfect sense about how girls may be telling men "No" but secretly meaning 'Yes' and how confusing it can be to guys and they even talk about the fine line between LMR and rape.
    Please click HERE to read the article, and share your comments on this interesting topic!

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