That was my answer to your own question. You asked why Jessica and Clayton should be hold to different standards of behavior. If you want know that and someone explains it, don't complain, say thanks. You claim to not know, hence your question, and then when you're provided with factual information you claim it can't be right. If you don't know the answer, what makes you sure that can't possibly be the correct answer? I chose not to share information about my morality as it relates to sexual behavior. That is a specific choice I made, because to me, that's private. If I were to post it on a public forum, it wouldn't be private anymore. That would be a contradiction! There isn't a single place in this thread where you'll find my views in the ideal behavior for a man and the ideal behavior for a woman based on my morality. What I provided is a very elementary look at evolutionary biology, a field that among other things, researches the distinctly different male and female sexual behaviors that ensured the survival of the human race. It's a science. The standards for male and female behavior are not identical, never have been and never will be. It's a fact. It's not my "view' any more than it's my "view' that women get regnant and men don't. It's in the nature of reality for things to be that way. If that disappoints you, that isn't my fault because I didn't invent it. It pertains to Dallas because it explains exactly why Clayton and Jessica were treated differently for similar behavior, which is what you asked about. How am I the bad guy for answering your question? You wanted to know. I decided to help. I enjoy helping people. Oh, back to the personal insults. Why is making personal insults always your default mode when you run out of ideas? Do you notice I don't insult you in return? That's because it doesn't appeal to me to make personal insults. I'm not here to make personal insults. I'm here because I like discussing Dallas. There is nothing about an internet forum conversation that has ever been able to get to me to where I have lost my composure. The day that ever stops being true is the day I leave the internet for good. Discussing Dallas here is something people do for fun. If it stopped being fun to reply to a specific person, it would hardly be in my best interests to keep responding to that person.