Are Jones' criticisms valid?

Chris Jones is an award-winning writer for Esquire, but his essay published today on the magazine's website is something you'd expect from a trolling college kid. "Ladies: You're Not as Good as You Think," is a rant about, well, women not being as good in the sack as they think.

Jones self-effacingly calls himself an "adequate" lover, before calling out some women as "the human equivalent of the space between the couch cushions," and adding that "most women act as though they're sexual Olympians."

Jones, deservedly, has taken lots of flak for his piece, and we assume his wife is none too, er, pleased, either.

Are Jones' criticisms valid?

 
 
 
 

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