At certain times of the month women are hornier than usual.
They are moist when they just watch a guy go by.. Smell him.
Or some1 touches their asses.
Correction. At certain times of the month, women's bodies automatically secrete regardless of their mood, or level of attraction to any particular man. This is why there are products called panty liners. Some women secrete more than others and it isn't a demonstration of attraction, desire or willingness to engage in sex acts.
Aside from this... just because a woman *may* be aroused, that is NOT automatic permission to engage her in sex. Unlike men who are guided by their little head, women can be aroused and still recognise that their libido is directing them towards an act or person they would not deem to be in their best interests and therefore choose NOT to have sex. Forcing yourself on them makes this rape. Not a game of cat and mouse. Women and men have been conditioned to think that a woman "really wanted it" if a male dominates her physically into having sex with him, against her own misgivings. That is not the case. More often than not women are afraid to object too hard for fear of being attacked, especially after a male has already demonstrated that he's not willing to accept her original response of no. It's about time that men were re-educated to comprehend that if a woman says no, then she doesn't want to have sex with you.
And we need to stop telling little girls that if boys hurt them, pull their hair, pinch them, or hit them, that they are doing so because "they like you". We are training women to accept that if a guy likes you, he's going to hurt you, be forceful and disrespect you, but that it's okay. And it's NOT okay. A clear line needs to be drawn. Little boys need to understand that it's not okay to hurt girls, and that girls don't owe them affection, and it's not okay to force any kind of unwanted attention on a girl. And girls need to learn to stop excusing aggressive behaviour in boys as being affectionate.