Erotismo en Altered Carbon
Últimamente no se habla de otra cosa en los círculos más seriéfilos, Altered Carbon está en boca de todos, y es que con cada estreno de Netflix, llegan los miles, casi millones, de comentarios sobre esta. La serie cyberpunk estrenada el pasado 2 de febrero en la plataforma de streaming ha gustado a algunos y como siempre suele ocurrir, desagradado a otros.
Su alto contenido violento supera el de cualquier otra serie de Netflix, pero podría haber sido mucho peor. Los creadores de Altered Carbon decidieron eliminar una de las escenas de la novela de Richard K. Morgan por ser demasiado fuerte, es decir, ultra violenta y además han decidido suavizar la alta carga erótica para que no se adentrase en los terrenos del porno.
En la novela de Altered Carbon suceden cosas más retorcidas, dado que se trata de un mundo virtual pueden convertirlo y lo hacen. Tak es transformado en una mujer durante su periodo menstrual, ya que es cuando puede ser más vulnerable a sentir dolor. “No hay ningún tipo de condicionamiento en todo el mundo que te prepare para que tus pies sean quemados o tus uñas arrancadas. O a cigarrillos siendo apagados en tus pechos. O a un metal candente siendo introducido por tu vagina”, se puede leer en un pasaje del libro.
Dejando estos desagradables sucesos a un lado, queremos mostrar algunos de los desnudos que están viralizando la serie.
Stephanie Cleough, Nalani Wakita, Martha Higareda, Lisa Chandler, Lexi Atkins, Hannah Rose May, Dichen Lachman son sus protagonistas:
Guys how common is it that you offer breakfast and her to stay the night after you’ve had sex with a girl?
I’m seeing a guy for sex, we’re both in college. After sex he offers me to stay the night or even breakfast in the morning and sometimes he walks me to my place.
I’m not used to this since most guys I’ve been with casually wants to part ways after sex. So how common is it that you offer the girl to stay at your place and breakfast in the morning?
narutomanreigns: Unless I had something to do the next morning, I would pretty much always want the girl to stay the night. You can have more sex the next day, why would you send them away?
svenironsmith: It strikes me as very impolite to just send her packing afterwards, so I’m pretty much always assuming a lady I’m hooking up with will spend the night—and at that point, making breakfast for two isn’t that hard, either. I need to eat, too, after all.
Rabiesalad: I generally wouldn’t have sex with someone if I wouldn’t enjoy them staying, and if I have a sleepover guest it’s only good manners to offer breakfast
psychbeard: Very common for me, but I wouldn’t hook up with a girl I wouldn’t want to at least hang out with a little. That’s part of the attraction for me, so cuddling, her crashing, and having breakfast would be things I would enjoy with her.
The last partner I had loved to cook so I would go to her place, we’d have sex. I’d crash, and she’d cook the next morning. We’d then high-five, and I’d leave. It’s great when you’re on the exact same page.
A_Guy_Who_Reddits: It’s rather common. Talking over breakfast is also a good time to get to know each other better.
TheReaperSovereign: Every girl I’ve slept with…
If nothing else, it gives me a chance for round 2 in the morning
fallingon72: I went over to a guys house and he cuddled and was all over me pre sex then afterwards he would not touch me. He also said he wanted to order pizza and wanted me gone before it arrived. Two types of guys out there. You’re a lucky lady.
ChicagoCarm: Maybe he thinks you’re more than just a piece of ass.
Having sex and feeding her to me goes hand-in-hand.
allthewayfromholland: Morning sex rules… Stay the night for more!
ScarletFeverOrYellow: Offering to stay the night isn’t uncommon. But breakfast shows that either he’s considerate or interested. Walking you back to your place even more so
dosset: Always? I don’t think I’ve ever just fucked a girl then shooed her outta the door.
FizzingWhizzbees: One time a guy begged me to stay over at his place and even though I generally have a rule against spending the night, I agreed. He promised to make me breakfast but lo and behold the morning comes around and his mother is in the kitchen making us pancakes
Diablo165: I’m older than you and probably spent way too much time with my grandma.
But part of being a good host is making sure my guests are well-fed. So I probably made dinnner and dessert for my guest and will make breakfast if they stay over.
It’s just how I do. I walk friends home, see them to their cars, etc.
The subtext here seems to be that you wonder if he likes you as more than a fuck buddy.
He might. If you’re interested in more, mention it. Don’t get your hopes up…some of us just like to create a good experience for our constituents.
brownbeefnoodles: As a gentleman I always offer it to fuck buddies, friends I’m just having a “cuddle” with and so on. I think it’s just good manners and shows respect. I’d hate to send a woman home after sex and hear something maybe happened to her.
antuasaloduibhir: Being Irish, if anyone comes into your home you must always provide them with a cup if not an entire pot of tea and a selection of biscuits, regardless of circumstances. To do otherwise is a grievous sin.
a_frayn: I have sleeping issues, so in my single days, I wouldn’t offer, and I would explain and let them know why.
Now that I’m married and monogamous, my wife and I have separate bedrooms, though I’m going to let her sleep over tonight.
shea_the_great: i offer it every time. i’m not the type where i can hook up with people without enjoying their company.
plus i believe in impressing girls outside the bedroom as well. i’ll melt in your mouth a second time with my extra-buttery french toast :p
amadorUSA: I’m honestly shocked. Whenever someone comes over in the evening I always offer her to stay over. If not, I offer a ride back if they don’t have a car. Maybe it’s my upbringing (Southern Europe) or my age (early 40s), but it’s called caring and hospitality.
Having said that, a problem I have with casual encounters or flings is that I often give the impression I’m more into them than I actually am.
dicklord_airplane: I always offer for women to stay over. Its incredibly rude to kick someone out after sex.
You have really bad taste in men of you consistently sleep with guys who dont even let you stay the night. Seriously, choose better guys.
zscuro: If she’s at my place there is always an invitation, which she can decline.
If it’s at her place, I plan to leave afterwards unless she invites me to stay.
PerfectChaos33: That’s actually pretty common for me at least. Though I don’t always get breakfast, I do typically stay the night. But I do all kinds of “date-like” stuff with my FWB. I do genuinely enjoy hanging out with them, otherwise I wouldn’t have sex with them
Rolten: Damn, can’t imagine kicking a girl out after sex. Perhaps if I had a really early meeting after and really needed the sleep, but other than that it would be such a dickmove. I’d imagine the girl feeling rather used and if the roles were reversed I might feel the same way, depending on how it goes down though. Not that that’d be that person’s fault, but it’s just not very courteous.
Breakfast is definitely part of the deal. For some hook-ups it can be more comfortable if they decline and we go our separate ways, but if they want it I’m definitely making some. If I’m going out or have a weekend or whatever where the probability of a hook-up is higher I might even buy in advance some oven croissants or something else good.
MateusSwipes: I try to be a thoughtful host first, and a lover second. If I invite you over to do the wild thing, I’m going to make sure you are fed well and made comfortable. If you want to go home, I’m going to make sure you get there safely. I make a great eggs Benedict, and if you want to stay the night, you will be offered coffee, tea, breakfast, etc. My second favorite thing to do is eat breakfast/brunch in our underwear/pajamas. Bonus points if a lady is just wearing one of my shirts.
Rheul: I don’t think I’ve ever asked a woman to leave after sex, unless I had something to do early in the morning… Even then I don’t think I would ask her to leave to be honest. Seems kind of shitty to just say “Welp I’m done, see you next time Im horny?”
Gizmo-Duck: if it’s a weekend, I’ll make her breakfast the morning after we have sex. Weekdays I just don’t have enough time because I leave early for work.
Then again, I’ll make her breakfast even if we didn’t have sex the night before.
I guess I’m just a good husband.
GoOnBeEvil: I don’t understand why a guy would kick someone out immediately after sex anyway. If she stays, there are amongst other things the following available
* someone to keep you warm
* spooning with more sex
* more sex
* late night and early morning conversation
* morning wood can be used effectively
* breakfast is much better with two
kumesana: Always. It’s up to her whether she wants to take the offer. I’d offer to walk or drive her home too, but they always stayed the night, and in the morning they were in a rush.
I had a handful of girls over for casual sex as a student. In later life it was a little different as we invited girls over together my fiancée and I. Still they were welcomed to stay the night and for breakfast.
th_veteran: If I do that, she always charges extra.
gnarley_haterson: Unless she turned out to be a headcase she’d pretty much automatically invited to stay the night and would get breakfast out of the deal too. It’s common courtesy.
Like what do guys just ask you to leave afterwards? That’s really fucking rude and I can’t wrap my head around it..
samskwanch13: To me the fact that he is looking to walk you home says he wants to connect on more than a sexual level. In my opinion he’s looking for something more long term
mistersunman: I did that a lot more when I was younger. Now at 31yo, I only do that with women I really like or actually want to be in a relationship with…
aqua_not_capri: I always go home after sex, even if they offer. I might fall asleep but I leave before he wakes up. I never saw a point in having a connection with someone I’m not going to date.
CyanAlpaca: I’ve been sexually active for quite a while (I’m 28, started pretty young), and I can say that when one guy asked me to spend the night and made me breakfast in the morning I wanted to cry because I was NEVER given that courtesy. Even if the sex happened around lunch time, guys would shoo me away even on his day off and I knew he was just gonna bum around the house and do jack shit. I say it needs to be customary to give your partner of the time lunch or dinner or something, especially for putting their face on your genitals for Christ sake. Lmao
punchingbag0101: If some guy sends you packing he must be extremely attractive or one of the outliers that can get it easily.
If it was some guy like me you better expect something similar to what happens in beginning of Coming To America: Ladies Version
TechnOuijA: I haven’t ever just meet someone for sex like that (only because I haven’t the slightest clue how) BUT if I did, i’d treat her like any of my other friends.
If they’re at my place and it’s late, it makes sense for them to just spend the night. When we wake up, if we’re both hungry, might as well have breakfast. Whether we make it or go somewhere to get it.
brazilian_kyanite: I’ve thought about this alot from the girls point of view (that would be my point of view). I think that guys who do this aren’t afraid of their feelings and are genuinely nice people. While many guys in the college age group are afraid the woman will get too clingy or feelings might get involved, the ones who invite you to stay aren’t afraid of that. I think it has to do with the willingness to make oneself vulnerable and the self-awareness and confidence to be able to express their own desires for a long-term relationship or not. I believe that these breakfast offering guys are also more likely to only sleep with people they genuinely like and want to spend time with, romantically or not.
ceigepup: I prefer to have sex first, and then if we still like each other afterwards, we can go out somewhere.
I’m not good at dating.
rckymtnrfc: Maybe I’m rude but I never liked random girls to spend the night after hooking up. Even if it was a repeat FWB. I just can’t sleep with someone else in my bed. I’ve even tried to stay at their place and I lay awake all night.
But when the girl, who became my wife, came over (it was initially just a hook up), I remember her saying she was going to stay at a friends place after she left. I was thinking to myself, “Oh man, I want her to stay with me”. I knew instantly she was someone I wanted to be around more.
Fortunately, she stayed the night and we went to breakfast the next morning, which we now call our first date.
Jrmental: All the time. Every time.
Of course, the only woman I’ve had to invite to breakfast for the last 21years is my wife. 😉
rohinton: Its normal adult human behaviour to act like a normal adult human. Been on both sides. Just acting like a person generally goes well.
4ever_Lucky: If i don’t really like the girl, i would try to herd her out of my apartment. But if i like her, i like to cuddle to sleep together and wake up next to her in the morning. I think he either likes you a lot, or is a cuddler. The dark side may be that you are a stand in for what his last gf did with him, and it’s not really about you.
Dani212M: As a girl still in college having a decent amount of casual sex, I’d say the breakfast offer is weird but at least them offering for me to stay over is expected. And then in the morning I kinda expect them to at least offer to drive me home (at this point we all live off campus), even if I don’t take them up on the offer. Morning sex is fun for both of us and I would be genuinely offended if someone tried to make me leave right after sex, for me a hookup implies we’re spending the whole night together. I have left some times without staying the night because I didn’t want to, but I haven’t had a guy try to kick me out right after in a long time.