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WHY GIRLS GO WILD

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It’s time we shed light on a question that no one has correctly answered:
“Why do girls go wild?”

This question gets asked in the media all the time, and it’s discussed by everyone from journalists to academic professors.

But no one has gotten the answer right.

It’s because they’re thinking way too hard about it, and they end up missing the core issue.

Given that we are Girls Gone Wild—the practicing experts in the field—it’s time we enlighten you all based on our real experience and wisdom.

Girls go wild because they’re expected to behave; they’re taught to conform to socially-accepted ways of having fun, while at the same time their physical beauty is lionized across all forms of media.

This creates a problematic paradox in the female mind, by sending the confusing message that they are seen as pretty but to not act attractive in an overly sexual way. They can be pretty but within vague limits. The only way they can know what and where these limits are, is to push them, by acting out.

From adolescence through their teenage years, young ladies are given rules on how to behave: how to sit, how to walk, how to talk and act when in the presence of others. While many follow these rules, some gradually don’t. And when girls reach adulthood at the legal age of 18, that is when their rebellion hits a crescendo during their college years. They go wild because they want to go wild, because they’ve lived their entire lives contained within rules and limits that aren’t clearly defined but only hinted at when they are “misbehaving”.

Societal double standards also push girls to just let go and be free of long-standing inhibitions. While guys are allowed to go shirtless and be outwardly sexual in their speech, gestures and talk of conquests, the exact same behavior is frowned upon and even illegal for girls (i.e. going topless in public).

The more girls go wild, the louder they make the statement that they are equal and that they have the free legal right to make decisions on how to behave, how to have fun, and how to express themselves. It’s their choice, no matter how “irresponsible” or “ridiculous” the conventional status quo sees what they are doing. To prevent or discourage them from going wild is to repress their natural urge. The fact is, going wild is an act of rebellion in the spirit of feminism and liberty, and it is pleasurable to break some social norms once in a while.

Keep in mind, we write this article with tongue firmly placed in cheek, because of course it’s a simple answer to a silly question that gets tossed around more often than it needs to be. We believe we have now provided the best answer to this question so that others can move on to more pressing issues. We weighed in with our expertise, and hit the nail on the head. So from now on, the mainstream media and specialized academia critics can move on and present more important news about events, issues and controversies happening around the world. Our civic duty is done, and the karma points have been collected. This quandary is laid to rest, so let’s relax, and let girls go wild and flash their breasts.

P.S. In many European and South American countries, women walk around beaches topless all the time—there’s nothing shameful about tits or nipples. And in New York, it is now legal for women to sunbathe topless. Progress is being made, one bare boob at a time.

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Written by Ben Bien
This article does not necessarily represent the views of Girls Gone Wild.

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