Vox Day writes:
It’s not an 80/20 rule, it’s a 90/10 rule.
“Percent of all women 15-44 years of age who have had three or more male partners in the last 12 months, 2002: 6.8%
Percent of all men 15-44 years of age who have had three or more female partners in the last 12 months, 2002: 10.4%”
– Sexual Behavior and Selected Health Measures: Men and Women 15–44 Years of Age, United States, 2002, CDC
That’s the CDC, folks. Hard data providing evidence for the reality of female hypergamy.
Here are some more related soul-ripping statistics:
“Median number of female sexual partners in lifetime, for men 25-44 years of age, 2002: 6.7
Percent of men 25-44 years of age who have had 15 or more female sexual partners, 2002: 29.2%
Median number of male sexual partners in lifetime, for women 25-44 years of age, 2002: 3.8
Percent of women 25-44 years of age who have had 15 or more male sexual partners, 2002: 11.4%
NOTE: Includes partners with whom respondent had any type of sexual contact (anal, oral, or vaginal intercourse)“
That footnote is important. The Chateau has argued before that social survey data like the GSS are compromised by the fact that modern women are more likely than generations past to preclude mouth, hand and ass love from the definition of sexual partner. Le Hamster Version Deux, he is working overtime, non?