A lot of Chads, when ramming their rock-hard schlong into the tight pussy of a real-life slut with the proportions of a hentai chick have been told that they can cum inside them. “Cum in me!”, the woman lying under them begs. She may even proactively try to pull the condom off. If you cannot think clearly, which is not so easy in such situations, you may even take her up on the offer. I mean, she said she can’t get pregnant, right? Of course, this is a trap, but I have been wondering if there is more to this commonly told lie.
When women want to trap you with a baby, or get knocked up by you in order to trap some beta buxxer with a fat wallet, they pursue their prime evolutionary interest. Yet, it is also the case that many women, when let loose and encouraged by society to sleep around, just take as much Chad dick as they can. This leads to the problem that even the biggest sluts tend to get self-conscious when they count their number of sexual partners. They know, deep down, that they are less attractive to any serious man if they have a high body count.
In order to tackle the body-count problem, women have devised their own system of arithmetic. This means that only very few men actually “count”. If she was drunk, it does not count because she could not fully consent (but it was still rape!). If she was vulnerable because she was just dumped, and ended up fucking three guys in a week, it obviously does not count. If she gets gang-banged, it does not count because there were just too many men involved. If she is on vacation, it surely does not count because it was all just for fun. Of course, getting railed by Chad in a club within five minutes does not count in the least because it happened so fast. You get the drift: she decides which of her sexual encounters count. Thus, she can give you any number she wants when summarizing her sexual history.
I sometimes joke that sex with a condom surely does not count for women because it “does not feel real”. This kind of reasoning is about as solid as any of the previous examples. However, unlike with those other examples, the difference is that with a condom she actively wants to avoid getting pregnant. This leads to her other orifices. There are women who tell you that they don’t count any of the guys they have blown, jerked off, or spread their sphincter for. Presumably, those acts do not count because they cannot lead to pregnancy. Slowly we are getting somewhere in this exploration of female slut reasoning because if it only counts if she can get pregnant, shouldn’t then any act that cannot lead to pregnancy not count? Thus, you could imagine a woman telling you that she cannot get pregnant, regardless of whether she really can get pregnant or not, believing that this means that she cannot plausibly include you in her list of sexual partners. This is probably a pretty good explanation for observed female behavior because I remember quite a few women who only count guys they were in a serious relationship with. Thus, it seems we got to the bottom of another mystery of slut psychology.