Is that even possible?!
If someone had seen 10,000 movies, you’d consider them a movie expert. If they’d eaten at 10,000 restaurants, you’d consider them a restaurant expert. There’s very little someone could do 10,000 times that wouldn’t qualify them as an expert of that field. What if they’d slept with 10,000 men?
Well, this woman has done just that, and she says she’s learned a lot from the experience, saying she knows exactly what men want.
Coming from her, its definitely a “pro tip”
Gwenyth Montenegro entered the industry of sex work after experiencing a horrific sexual assault. The experience propelled her to start stripping at 19; she then began sleeping with men for money at 21.
She thought she’d stop after one client, but 10,000 men later, she considers herself to be an expert on what men want when it comes to sex.
Not As Hardcore As You Think
Christian Grey, put your whips and chains away. According to Gwenyth, of all the men she slept with, very few of them wanted to foray into the field of BDSM.
After 12 years in the industry, she says the majority of men just wanted plain sex.
Give it some heart
People think that when you pay for sex there’s an emotional disconnect, but that stereotype couldn’t be further from the truth. Gwenyth says that many of the men she slept with were looking for a deeper connection with her.
Even though her job was to sleep with men, she says she spent a lot of time just talking with them, too.
A bunch of Gwenyth’s clients came to her in the first place because they weren’t feeling masculine enough in their day-to-day life or relationships.
They came to her for sex, but also to feel like they had control over women and therefore feel more masculine.
They’re a little confused
Gwenyth thinks that gender roles have become a little murky, and men aren’t always sure what role they play when interacting with women. For example, they’re not sure if women will get upset with them for doing things like opening the door for them.
Detach, Detatch, Detatch
Gwenyth believes men are emotional, but sometimes women try to interact with them only on an emotional level, which doesn’t work. She thinks that detaching emotions a bit might help women understand men more clearly. She says that stepping back and looking at the situation from the eyes of an outside observer might help.
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Original by Sunny