Why don't some women understand that men can separate sex and relationships and not have them be a mutually exclusive thing?

Why dont some women understand that men can separate sex and relationships and not have them be a mutually exclusive thing?

A lot of times of GAG, stupid women will bring up how some guys like sleeping around a lot and being with loose or easy women (although I'm not one of these guys and have never been a "hookup" person whatsoever), and how these same guys "slut shame" and dislike these women or fail to respect them.

Do women really not understand how guys see sex and dating as two different things?

Cause I see of lot of this feminist BS on GAG a lot. It ain't that hard to figure out how men operate, though. If a guy isn't serious about a relationship or doesn't want one, yes, he'll see a woman who just wants to sleep around and be slutty as a positive, because he gets sex from her. But if a guy wants an actual relationship, he won't want to have anything to do with her, because the experience he wants with a woman is mutual.

One analogy I like to use is celebrities. You may like seeing movies with Scarlett Johansson or Chris Hemsworth in them, but does that mean you want to marry Scarlett Johansson or Chris Hemsworth just because you liked The Avengers? To men, sex is like watching a movie star in a movie; it's entertainment and fun. But few of us sane men would want to actually marry Scarlett Johansson for real (maybe a few of you might want her in a fantasy). In real life, we'd probably want someone more the opposite of Scarlett Johansson.

Men can compartmentalize sex and relationships and treat them as two VERY different things!

So guys who just want sex, can be glad slutty women exist, but it doesn't mean he wants to marry you (or will even respect you). That is why some guys will just use these women for bedroom fun but not "want to put a ring on it."

Do many women seriously not understand this? Or do they just like to hear themselves complain? Or is it some other reason they like to claim men have "double standards" that really aren't double standards?

Why don't some women understand that men can separate sex and relationships and not have them be a mutually exclusive thing?
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