Female-on-Male Sexual Assault 

“…nearly 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men in the United States have been raped”

I watched an episode of SharkTank, and Barbara Cochran palmed a male contestant’s butt with both hands then winked at her fellow Sharks. To my surprise they all laughed–more so, the network broadcast the behavior on national television.

I immediately thought to myself, if a man had done that to a woman… OMG!  So I decided to do some research on Female-on-Male Sexual Assault. 

The findings:

1. Surveyed 40,000 people about rape and sexual violence–survey revealed 38% or 15k+ of men had been violated by a female perpetrator 

2. 2011 survey of 302 male college students revealed 51.2% reported “at least one” sexual victimization experience since age 16 with almost 50% reporting a female perpetrator

3. 2012 study using data from the U. S. Census Bureau’s nationally representative National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions found in a sample of 43,000 adults little difference in the sex of self-reported sexual perpetrators–those who affirmed they forced someone to have sex against their will,’ 43.6% were female and 56.4% were male

4. 2014 study of 284 men and boys in college and high school found that 43% reported being sexually coerced; 95% by a female perpetrator

Final thoughts… an erection is not a dowsing rod of intention, it’s a bundle of nerves that can be manipulated by anyone who halfway knows what they’re doing.

So my question to you, what happens when he says no–is it still rape?

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Mechanics of Pregnancy

…93 to 95% of couples probably could conceive naturally if they tried long enough

Menstrual Cycles and Pregnancy

– 30% get pregnant within the first cycle (about one month)

– 59% get pregnant within three cycles (about three months)

– 80% get pregnant within six cycles (about six months)

– 85% get pregnant within 12 cycles (about one year)

– 91% get pregnant within 36 cycles (about three years)

– 93 to 95% get pregnant within 48 cycles (about four years)

Age and Pregnancy  

– 86% of healthy, fertile women in their early 20s are able to conceive naturally

– 63% among healthy, fertile women in their early 30s are able to conceive naturally

– 36% among healthy, fertile women in their early 40s are able to conceive naturally

– 0% of women age 45+ are able to get pregnant naturally (Based on the data)

Bottomline:

The older you get, the longer it may take you to get pregnant. That’s primarily because your eggs tend to decrease in quality as they age. (They’ve been with you since you were born.) That means fewer of them are able to join with a sperm and grow into a healthy baby. 

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Help Make Her Beautiful 

…Only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful.

1. The amount of time you spend getting ready varies based on which day of the week it is. The average morning routine for a Monday is about 76 minutes, but by Friday it drops down to just 19 minutes!

2. Watch the way you use your mascara, ladies. In a recent study, 79 percent of mascara tubes were plagued with staph bacteria and 86 percent of women in the study admitted to using mascara past its prime.

3. Out of 33 brands tested, about 60 percent of lipsticks were found to contain lead. Note, however, that such a minuscule amount of lead makes it into your mouth that it’s nothing to worry about.

4. Women may be obsessed with a great skin care routine, constantly hunting for the best products, but men don’t feel the same way. 75 percent of men ages 18 and up are not currently using facial skin care products, according to a [SurveyStud] Group study.

5. Contrary to popular belief that hair loss only affects men, approximately 40 percent of women in America suffer from the condition.

6. Do you ever run errands without wearing makeup? One in three women admit that they refuse to leave the house without makeup on.

7. Sometimes it can feel like nails take forever to grow, but nails actually grow, on average, 3.5 millimeters per month. Growth rates can vary with time of year, activity level, heredity and age. Also, women’s nails grow more slowly than men’s, and they grow faster in the summer than in the winter.

8. There was a 32 percent increase in nail polish and nail care sales over 2011, indicating that $768 million dollars was spend on at-home care. 

9. Parfum, the most luxurious fragrance option, lasts the longest on the skin. Usually, the purest form of a parfum will contain upwards of 15 percent or more of the essential fragrance, making it stay on your skin longer than eau de toilette, body mist or lotion.

10. Onychophagia, or nail-biting, is more common in young adults ages 18-22. Very few adults bite their nails and by 30 years old, most nip the habit in the bud. 

Only four percent of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. Believe it or not, this is a doubled increase from just two percent in 2004. Also, 80 percent of women agree that every woman has something about her that is beautiful.

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WOMEN ACTUALLY WATCH PORN?

…Because more and more women are watching porn these days

1. 23% or about 1 out of 5 women watch porn

2. 35% or about 1 out of 3 women in Philippines and Brazil watch porn

3. When searching for porn on the net, top three most-searched terms by women are, in order: “lesbian,” “threesome” and “squirt.”

4. When on a porn site, categories women are most likely to frequent: “Lesbian,” “Gay (male)” and “Big Dick.”

5. 300% search increase (among women) for porn featuring rough sex with titles like: “‘rough f*ck’and ‘f*cked hard screaming.”

6. 125% increase in searches for “romantic sex.”

7. 240% increase in women searching porn sites for terms like “daddy” and “step-dad”

8.  By Country

9.  Within the United States

Taking a closer look at the United States, the study (SurveyStud) also looked at what category, after “Lesbian,” was most viewed in each state in comparison to women’s preferences across the country. 

The “Ebony” category is popular among the Southern states, “Bondage” is big in Missouri, Ohio and Pennsylvania, and Washington women are randomly into Hentai. 

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Why People Quit Their Job

1. The Employees are Over Worked. In start-ups this happens all of the time and the managers simply do not see the handwriting on the wall. Talented employees love to contribute and will produce more, however if you plan on having them do more you best be prepared to increase their status as well. Talented team members will not stay if their job suffocates them in the process.

2. Employee’s Contributions Are Not Recognized or Good Work Rewarded. I cannot emphasize this one enough. Never underestimate the power of a pat on the back, a thank you, or a “great job” comment. This is especially true with your top performers who are self motivated. It is much too easy to take their drive for granted – don’t.

3. The Wrong People Are Hired or Promoted. Good, hard working employees want to work with like-minded professionals at all levels. Promoting the wrong person is one of the worse mistakes that can be made. When employees work their tail’s off only to get passed over by someone who glad-handed their way to the top, it is a massive insult to the good employees. 

4. Employers Who Don’t Care About Their Employees. More than half of people who leave their jobs do so because of their relationship with their boss. Bosses who fail to really care will always have high turnover rates.

5. Employer Fail to Develop Their People. When managers are lucky enough to have talented employees it is up to the manager to keep finding areas in which they can improve and expand their skill set. This is a managerial sin of the most grievous kind. This developmental process does not belong with the human resource department; it falls squarely on your shoulders as the manager. You have a responsibility to continually challenge and grow that person. Failure to do so and your once talented employee will become bored and grow complacent.
This leads me to the next reasons good employees leave that are too often over looked.

6. Employees Creativity is Not Engaged. Talented employees seek to improve just about everything they touch. They take pride in what they create. The moment their ability to change and improve things is removed they begin to hate their jobs. You are caging up this innate desire to create and contribute. This limitation not only limits the employees – it limits managers and companies as well.

7. Employers Are Not Challenging People Intellectually. A great boss will challenge their employees to accomplish things that may at first seem inconceivable. Rather than setting mundane, incremental goals, the great manager will set lofty goals that will push people out of their comfort zones.
… And now the two final managerial sins guaranteed to run off good employees.

8. Employers Don’t Honor Their Commitments. Integrity and honesty are two traits that every employee will expect of their managers. If you say you will do something – do it. Keeping your word and your commitments tells the employee everything they need to know about you and the type of person you are and if they can trust you.

9. They Don’t Let People Pursue Their Passions. Of all of these, this is the most simple and can mean the most, but it does require that you listen to your employees and observe. Talented employees are passionate. Find out what those passions are and work towards giving them challenges that fill their passionate needs. It just may surprise you what they can do when you let them out of that little box you have kept them in.

Women NOT respected in Football.

…female NFL viewership has grew by 27%, much higher than the 18% growth for men. Yet when it comes to the “female” football league, women wear “bikinis,” as an uniform. Lets look at the numbers which suggest a need for change:

1. 45% of the NFL’s more than 150 million American fans are women

2. 35% of NFL regular-season games are viewed by woman

3. 43% of NFL games are attended by women

4. Regular-Season female viewership is up 27%

5. Superbowl Sunday female viewership is up 15%

6. Sunday Night female viewership is up 25%

7. Thursday Night female viewership is up 32%

8. 85% of licensed NFL merchandise purchasing is by woman

9. Since 2004, the number of adult women watching NFL games on ESPN has increased 60% — higher than the 47% ratings gains NFL games have experienced on ESPN during that time.

… the numbers indicate women are serious about the sport–so why are “we” not up in arms about the way women are sexualized in the female league?

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Women Aren’t Equal to Men

The feminist movement has made gigantic strides over the years—but nearly a century since women were given the right to vote, the sad fact of the matter is: 

1. Women in the U.S. working full- and part-time make 84% of what men earn 

2. Women make 16% less money than their male counterparts

3. Women make up nearly 51% of the U.S. population–yet only 20% of the U.S. Congress is comprised of women

4. 15.5% of women live in poverty 

5. Women  report 37% of the stories in print, and on the internet, they write 42% of the news

6. Women on average comprise about 30% of the workforce at tech companies 

7. 70% of women worldwide experience a form of domestic violence at least once in their life

8. 11% of women age 65 and older live below the poverty line

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Women Unprotected Sex

“…A study of women between the ages of 18 and 40 found a large percentage adopt a ‘head in the sand’ approach to sexually transmitted diseases”

– The average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with a total of four different men

– Study finds average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with total of four men

– 1/3rd of women get ‘swept away in the moment’ and forget about using condoms

– 18% of said they are often too drunk to use contraception

– 8% said they “just don’t like using condoms”

– 1 in 5 said they trust their sexual partners not to give them an infection

– 12% think contraception is not always readily available when it is needed

– 30 to 40 (age group) were the most likely to have contracted a sexually transmitted infection, followed by those in the 18 to 29 (age group)

– 30 to 40 (age group) were most likely to have taken the morning-after pill

– 1 in 10 of all women polled (via SurveyStud) said they were likely to have unprotected sex when they are on vacation

– 16% over-thirties say they have got worse at using contraception as they have get older

– 1 in 5, 30 to 40-year-old have had unsafe sex in the last 3 months, compared to 1 in 7 women from 18 thru 29

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Women Heart Disease 

“…Fewer women than men survive their first heart attack”

General statistics

– Cardiovascular diseases and stroke cause 1 in 3 women’s deaths each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds.

– An estimated 44 million women in the U.S. are affected by cardiovascular diseases.

– 90% of women have one or more risk factors for heart disease or stroke.

– Women have a higher lifetime risk of stroke than men.

– 80% of heart disease and stroke events may be prevented by lifestyle changes and education

– Fewer women than men survive their first heart attack.

– The symptoms of heart attack can be different in women vs. men, and are often misunderstood – even by some physicians.

Hispanic women

– Hispanic women are likely to develop heart disease 10 years earlier than Caucasian women.

– Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for Hispanic women, killing nearly 21,000 annually.

-Only 34% of Hispanic women know that heart disease is their greatest health risk.

– Hispanic women are least likely to have a usual source of health medical care and only 1 in 8 say that their doctor has ever discussed their risk for heart disease.

African American women

– Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for African-American women, killing over 48,000 annually.

– Only 36% of African American women know that heart disease is their greatest health risk.

– African-American women ages 20 and older, 48.3% have cardiovascular disease. Yet, only 14% believe that cardiovascular disease is their greatest health problem.

– 50% of African-American women are aware of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.

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Coffee Statistics

Coffee Statistics: 50% of the population, equivalent to 150 million Americans, drink espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced/cold coffees.

Coffee Consumption:

– Over 50% of Americans over 18 years of age drink coffee every day. This represents over 150 million daily drinkers.

– 30 million American adults drink specialty coffee beverages daily; which include a mocha, latte, espresso, café mocha, cappuccino, frozen/iced coffee beverages

– The average price for an espresso based drink is $3.45

– The average price for brewed coffee is $2.38

– Men drink as much coffee as women; each consuming an average of 1.6 cups per day

– Women seem to be more concerned about the price than men

– Among coffee drinkers, the average consumption in the United States is 3.2 cups of coffee per day

– The average coffee cup size is 9 ounces.

– 30% of the population drinks coffee occasionally

– 65% of all coffee is consumed during breakfast hours 30% between meals, and the remaining 5% with other meals

– 35% of coffee drinkers prefer black coffee

– 65% prefer to add sugar and/or cream

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