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10-Dec-2016 09:42

At the end of last season’s “Insecure,” many viewers wondered if Issa Dee, the character played by series creator Issa Rae, had lost her mind after cheating on her long-suffering boyfriend Lawrence (Jay Ellis) — who then walked out on her.

“She didn’t know what she had,” says Ellis, sipping a gin cocktail at a downtown LA restaurant. There’s always someone new around the corner.” Besides its brazen portrayal of the war between the sexes, “Insecure” has flipped Hollywood’s stereotypical (and tedious) objectification of women by having the men do most of the undressing. Issa’s done something really cool with not gratuitously having women walking around buck-naked just for the sake of walking around buck naked.” To that end, Ellis, under the pretext that “Lawrence is training for a marathon this season,” has been running “three, four miles every other day.” He has shed “12 pounds, 13 pounds” in the process.

Lawrence may be fighting off women, but Ellis says Lawrence is “lost” and cannot explain his own behavior.

In one controversial moment coming up, Tasha (Dominique Perry), a bank teller he’s dating on the rebound, cuts him dead when he abandons her at her family’s picnic for a more tempting offer.

That distinction may simply be an expression of gender differences in mating and dating strategies.

The fact is, women are told that being sexually bold in such a manner is shameful and makes them a slut.

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We see Issa swiping away her loneliness on Tinder while Lawrence lets total strangers pick him up at the supermarket. Prior to “Insecure,” Ellis starred on BET’s “The Game” as Bryce Westbrook, the wide receiver draft pick from Stanford University, a character he describes as “super arrogant.” Ironically, Ellis says more guys come up to talk to him about Lawrence than the successful jock.

" As silly as this issue might seem to be, it offers some genuine opportunity for insight into the ways that modern technology reveals interesting aspects of sexuality and gender.

This definitely appears to be more of a male thing.

One issue is that men just aren't good at hearing, or responding to "No." I'm not excusing that.

But this same dynamic, that men think women are sexually as excited as they are, is getting in the way of men hearing the "No, we DON'T want to see that!

We see Issa swiping away her loneliness on Tinder while Lawrence lets total strangers pick him up at the supermarket. Prior to “Insecure,” Ellis starred on BET’s “The Game” as Bryce Westbrook, the wide receiver draft pick from Stanford University, a character he describes as “super arrogant.” Ironically, Ellis says more guys come up to talk to him about Lawrence than the successful jock." As silly as this issue might seem to be, it offers some genuine opportunity for insight into the ways that modern technology reveals interesting aspects of sexuality and gender.This definitely appears to be more of a male thing.One issue is that men just aren't good at hearing, or responding to "No." I'm not excusing that.But this same dynamic, that men think women are sexually as excited as they are, is getting in the way of men hearing the "No, we DON'T want to see that!But, for some reason, whether biology, psychology or social suppression of female sexuality, women don't enjoy this the way men do.