This is an honest question. And how about that? This is a "what about the men?" topic that I really want to discuss.
I am just curious to know why a man who seems to genuinely, unabashedly love and adore and enjoy the company and love of women is called a womanizer? I am not talking about men who feign interest merely to use women for their own, unsavory ends. This especially confuses men when certain feminists toss this accusation at a man who loves women and who would never have the thought to denigrate, defame or degrade a woman due to her sexual expression, opinions or experiences. This is one of the few times that a non-monogamous man is treated the similarly to a female slut. It's almost as if people cannot trust that a man can truly delight in women for the fact that she is a woman and on top of that a unique personality. These people always want that bit of hate there in a heterosexual attraction, but isn't this what we as a civilization are working against? The gender-based hatred?
Don't we, as heterosexual or bisexual women, want men to desire us for who we truly are? I thought about this after watching a special on Casanova. Without specifically analyzing his positive and negative attributes, this lover of women and all of life's other finery, is called a womanizer. Some men who are assigned this label are indeed very negative in their approach to women and seem to only aim to hurt as many as possible. Others are slandered or libeled with this simply for enjoying women to their fullest ability.
I remain confused.