Hello O-Deckers. So I was watching a retrospective of The Weather Girls, that group known solely for It's Raining Men. In passing, the reviewer mentioned how It's Raining Men is obviously a song written by a man because women do not fantasizes on men in general. It's men, and men only, that fantasizes on an entire gender (as example, the reviewers offer Girls Girls Girls by Motley Crue.) Women, by contrasts, fantasizes on a particular, specific man (he offers as example What a Man by SaltNPepa).

And is it me or does this feel gratuitously reductive, and kind of sexist toward both gender? I think everyone, men and women, have our moments of fantasizing on faceless hot representative of the gender we are attracted to and our moments of fantasizing on a particular person. So I do not agree with this opinion.

But I wanted to know what you thought about that? Do you think he is right and that, as a rule, women do not fantasize on men but on a man, while it's the opposite for men? Or do you think that's bollocks?