Yes, this is obvious. The girl and guy have done the same act here and yet often, a girl is ridiculed and put down as opposed to the guy being praised as a "legend". Sexism is discrimination/prejudice based upon gender, the girl is treated different purely because she is female and for some reason, society deems it unacceptable for a girl to do this act, yet praise worthy for a guy to do it.
It's funny how people go 'so many pregnant girls now-a-days' as a way to say "so many s|uts!" but then forget, it's just as many awful guys that are doing it. It is sexist. Women are held to a higher level of expectations and there's two options 1.) be a "prude" and get harassed or 2.) be a "s|ut" and get harassed AND probably pregnant.
Of course it is sexist. It is an aspect of patriarchy.
It is sexist in both directions actually, young guys are expected to sleep around with lots of women (and are ridiculed as well if they do not meet standards) just like young women are expected to do the opposite. Just wanted to point this out to everybody.
It's just how it goes. Double standard.
Did you leave ANY examples that support your claim in this equal country, don't complain about stupid stuff when you should help women bieng raped in Somalia.
In what culture is a guy praised for being a hound dog? It led to Bill Clinton's call for impeachment. It cost Mark Sanford the Governor's office in SC. Most women won't date a known player for all the obvious reasons. Perhaps, among teen boys in a locker-room, this is something to applaud? Most grown adults don't act that sophomoric.
There is a socio-biological reason for this: 1) Men are biologically more attracted by sex than women. 2) In our society, it is a lot easier for a woman to get laid than for a man. 3) Men are (most of the time) the ones that ask for sex. 4) That's why it is viewed as an achievement for a man and not for a woman. In other words: Men: "Wow! You managed to get all these girls?" Women: "You got convinced to have sex by all these guys?" Just to be clear, I'm not saying that this is okay, I'm simply saying that it is explainable and that it is not anyone's fault.
I don't see men being praised for being hound dogs from my own experience.
What burn castle said.