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Britain’s ranking was "ascribed to factors such as the decline of religious scruples about extramarital sex, the growth of equal pay and equal rights for women and a highly sexualised popular culture".

Famous historical fictional seducers include Don Juan, who first appeared in the 17th century, the fictional Vicomte de Valmont from Choderlos de Laclos's 18th-century novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Dangerous Liaisons), and Lothario from Nicholas Rowe's 1703 play The Fair Penitent.

More recent fictional characters who can be considered womanizers include Tony Soprano, James Bond, Chuck Bass, James T.

Feminists have traditionally argued a significant double standard exists between how men and women are judged for promiscuity.

Historically, stereotypes of the promiscuous woman have tended to be negative, such as "the slut" or "the harlot", while male stereotypes have been more varied, some expressing approval, such as "the stud" or "the player", while others imply societal deviance, such as "the womanizer" or "the philanderer".

Many species form stable pair bonds, but still mate with other individuals outside the pair.

In biology, incidents of promiscuity in species that form pair bonds are usually called extra-pair copulations.

What sexual behavior is considered promiscuous varies between cultures, as does the prevalence of promiscuity.

Different standards are often applied to different genders and civil statuses.

No woman, by contrast, agreed to such propositions from men of average attractiveness.

While men were in general comfortable with the requests, regardless of their willingness ("Why do we have to wait until tonight?

A 1994 study in the United States, which looked at the number of sexual partners in a lifetime, found 20% of heterosexual men had only one partner, 55% had two to 20 partners, and 25% had more than 20 partners.