I am firmly against the idea of "Daddy Issues". I feel the entire concept is insulting to women. Women make up their own mind, they are not slaves to their childhood. They are responsible for their own choices when it comes to sex, not a bad up-bringing.
There is no reliable scientific evidence showing that an absent or bad father creates a sexual daughter. More importantly, most young ladies (and grown women) are closer to their mother and are far more likely to discuss sex or seek advice from their mother than their father. Yes, fathers are important - to both sons and daughters. Yes, a good father can make a difference. He can help keep her off drugs, out of crime, and raise her self-esteem. But a daughter (or son) with daddy issues is no more likely to be more sexual than someone else. If anything, someone with low self-esteem is likely to be shy and retiring, not overtly sexual. Moreover, poor self-esteem is NOT the reason why women turn to sex. Strippers usually have a very highly developed self esteem. They are if anything, arrogant (or so I have heard, my experience here is rather limited). Some use their money to support a kid, others to support an education, and others to support a high end lifestyle.
Sex is usually fairly easy for women, particularly thin women. Think about how many men would sell sex to women for money if they knew they could make money doing it. I know male doctors that would quit their job and turn "Pro". Not to mention certain politicians I know that would do it in a second.
The question is not why some women sell sex but why so many don't. Most women are respectable (thank you, from those of us looking for a wife, not just a good time). The money and attention can be remarkably high for a tiny amount of effort. The reasons not to are rather limited: 1. age limits on effectiveness, 2. the effect on serious relationship, 3. bad reputation.
This means that women that are (at least by societies standards) overly sexual do so not because of 'daddy issues' but instead because:
- They have a "Live in the Moment" philosophy
- They enjoy being single and don't want a relationship
- They don't care what others think of them.
To my mind, we need to stop using pop psychology to label and ignore sexuality. There is no such thing as "Daddy Issues".