Is there still a double standard regarding sexual activitiy of boys versus girls? Do teenagers still talk in terms of "Nice girls" versus "malandi girls"? Why is there no male counterpart to a "malandi"?

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Is there still a double standard regarding sexual activitiy of boys versus girls? Do teenagers still talk in terms of "Nice girls" versus "malandi girls"? Why is there no male counterpart to a "malandi"?

Post  chimeparaso on Sun Mar 22, 2009 12:58 pm

Is there still a double standard regarding sexual activitiy of boys versus girls? Do teenagers still talk in terms of "Nice girls" versus "malandi girls"? Why is there no male counterpart to a "malandi"?

Yes, it still very rampant to talk about nice girls and malandi girls, because i believe that teenagers now a days still have high regards regarding respect and integrity. In some ways, many are called "nice girls" where in fact they are the "good girls who doesn't get caught!" While the malandi girls are the bad ones because they are judged through their gestures, type of clothing and the way they speak sensitive words. But of course you can not just address the title to one whom you've really not known in the first place. So better, be careful on the words that we say because you might be addressing someone who doesn't deserve to be called like that.

Male are also flirtatious in many ways, but most of their strategies are not taken into seriously because guys have the capability to put on everything into jokes because girls have their thinking that it's just their nature of being naughty. While in girls, they may make it as a joke but the fact that "gurls should not be talking like that belief" is a part of moral norms, that's why girls are easier to be called "malandi."


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