Originally Posted by MichiganMusic
Gender has nothing to do with it,
Which is precisely why I said that it would be true if it were a female making those demands on a male as well.
It's still wrong.
To demand that you get freedoms a partner does not get.
It's different to say everyone has the freedom-and someone doesn't choose to use it. But not allowing someone-wrong.
It's like saying caffeine isn't a drug becasue it's widespread.
It is a drug. It's listed as a drug from a medical side-because it IS.
In the same way-treating any able-minded adult as if they should not have equal privileges in choosing their relationships is wrong. Even if it is common. Still wrong.