The differences between men's and women's sexual natures are enormous. The objectification of the female body that is natural to the heterosexual male (as is the objectification of the male body to the homosexual male) is so devoid of emotional or intellectual meaning as to be unfathomable to women.
Nevertheless, our society has played a terrible trick on many women. It has told them that equality means acting the same as men. That is how you have the utterly false spectacle of women acting thrilled to have anonymous men strip and rub themselves on them.
It is also a function of anger. Many women are not thrilled at the prospect of soon-to-be-husbands getting all aroused with naked strippers on their laps. So here's their response: "See, men, we can do it, too." But they really can't.
The false attempt to act like males also explains the current phenomenon of the female sexual predator -- whatever men can do, women can do better. But such behavior, like the bachelorette party, is all pretend, created by a generation of women deliberately confused about their sexual identity by feminism and the university.
Dennis Prager is a SRN radio show host, contributing columnist for Townhall.com and author of his newest book, “The Ten Commandments: Still the Best Moral Code.”