Naomi Leila wrote:I can't think of any situation in which someone's sexual history would impact them as a person. If you judge people based on their sex life, you have a serious problem. That's not okay. And usually, only women are judged and treated differently because of their sex lives, so that adds misogyny to the mix. Worry about your own damn sex life.
This is false.
Virgin and single men get judged all the time for being desperate, creepy, clingy, needy, jealous, disrespectful, entitled, judgmental, socially incompetent, manipulative, bitter, depressed, mentally ill, etc. This is one reason why so many women avoid, ghost and block their ex-boyfriends, but not the Chads they had been with. They assume that their ex-boyfriends will get desperate, clingy and be disrespectful of her decision to leave them.
Paradoxically, the people who judge virgin and single men could be from the very same feminists who condemn judging one's sexual history.
Proof: Dana Schwartz is a self-identified feminist activist, feminists believe that "only women" get judged by their sexual history. But then she, along with hordes of other feminist commenters, bashes nerds for their sexual history.