A SEX expert claims married women want to stop having intercourse with their husbands because of their “infantile” behavior.
Nadia Bokody said women do around 21 more hours of extra unpaid labor than men a week, causing them to become stressed, according to data she cited.
Instagram/nadiabokodyExpert Nadia Bokody claimed women do around 21 hours of extra unpaid labor compared to men every week, causing them to become stressed[/caption]
In a News.com essay, the expert referred to the TikTok trend “Things that turn me on as a mom” – where women appear to get aroused watching their partners do the chores such as making dinner or folding clothes.
Bokody penned: “Sure your husband almost never puts the toilet seat down and still think it’s cute to leave a halo of his soiled undies on the floor around the laundry basket, however – YOU HAVE A HUSBAND!
“So what if you have to mother him every so often?”
The expert continued: “He’d truly LOVE to help you out with the groceries. But he’s just a man …
“How is he supposed to know what brand of milk to get, or navigate the complex task of determining the appropriate Tupperware container to stow the couscous away in when he gets home with everything??”
She claimed the “infantilization of men” isn’t by accident, alleging it’s the consequence of “wilful, learned behavior”.
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She explained that scientists sometimes use the term “weaponized incompetence” – which refers to a partner carrying out a task with not much effort so they’re not asked to do it again.
The expert urged women to stop “infantilizing” their partners.
It comes as scientists found that men who watch too much porn are less able to please their partners.
Researchers said they’re often feeling inadequate and unable to last long enough
But, for females, it apparently makes them feel more comfortable about sex.
The research was conducted by experts at Lausanne University in Switzerland and published their findings in the journal Psychological Medicine.
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