Chat with straight men about sex
Cheating and affairs are more common among the rich and less common in conservative cultures.
From golf star Tiger Woods to Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich, cheating seems commonplace among famous and wealthy men.
Those dual truths were never illustrated so clearly as when I conducted a Tinder experiment: What happens when a bisexual man changes his gender on Tinder to "female"?
The results were what you could interpret as sexual fluidity in action.
David, who was Jewish and from a richer town than I, matched my bombast word for word, allusion for allusion, ridiculous alliteration for ridiculous alliteration.
We would engage in dizzying verbal jousting that, at the time, was the closest thing I’d ever had to sex. Privileged.” B., 40: “Khaki pants.” D., 28: “Cargo shorts. I need to put up a defense before seeing who they really are. Rejection I experienced by my father.” J., 36: “Republicans, goofy, cluelessly trying to present and protect their masculinity.” Some of the responses were witheringly fashion-oriented.
I’d grown up in a middle-class Massachusetts town, which was largely Irish and Italian, and, frankly, prior to that summer, I’d not known much in the way of tenderness or warmth from straight men.
(Some people say they only use Grindr to make friends.In 1953, Kinsey showed that 26 percent of married women had also been unfaithful.Estimates today find married men cheating at rates between 25 percent and 72 percent.I swiped right on hundreds of men looking for women — and in the process, what I saw as an intriguing example of sexual fluidity emerged.: Plenty of men swipe right without even looking, not taking the time to examine the photos, much less the bio.I received hundreds of matches just because men wanted to talk to literally any women who matched with them.