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Regarding potential relationships, She's commonly asked the basic question: "What do you look for, in a man".
Interestingly, this same idea does not apply for him. And, consequentially, he's expected to win her approval.
But, these types of inequities are not a primary concern. Rather instead, let's examine the typical answers given by women. She's usually rude, insulting, and negative. These examples are quite evident throughout society. However, it's best to give direct quotes from Television programs, from 1987 to 1994. In many cases, teens were asked which qualities she looks for, in a man. Other times, journalists approached young ladies at nite-clubs & restaurants. And the responses are typical: "I don't want a man who's conceited". "I don't want the type of man who uses me for my body". "I'm tired of men who don't wanna listen". "He's gotta be well groomed. He's gotta take better care of himself" "I don't want him to try telling me what to do". "He's not gonna tell me what to do". "most guys are so vein". "they're all a bunch of jerks". "where are all the good guys?"
Eventually, Journalists asked middle aged "career" women what they're seeking from men. and, this time, they used modern issues to justify the insults. But, as we've already seen, younger girls criticize men, as well.
But, the more established women gave different excuses for bashing men. "I want a man who's mature enough to handle my success". "He's gotta be mature". "He'd better learn to accept a modern woman".
Now, isn't that a total joke ?? Women ALWAYS criticize men, for whatever reason. But, the more established women create a whole new list of excuses.
....AND, speaking of older women who are already established in the business world, why wouldn't they emphasize their desires for him? After all, every man despises "gold diggers'. SO, it's refreshing to see women who won't simply look at financial superficiality.
SO, why didn't she give these types of remarks, instead?
"I'm seeking a partner because it fills an emotional void". "I really need him for reasons of love not money". ♥♥♥♥♥ "I would never steal from him" "Women shouldn't use men solely for financial gain". "women need men for physical & romantic reasons"
(Note: even so-called Gold-diggers feel strong physical attraction for men. It's possible to need men for every possible reason, with money comprising only one factor).
♦♦SO Basically, one does not diminish the other.♦♦
Some women are too demanding. However, this does not diminish her attraction for him. She DOES need men to satisfy her romantic needs. She just happens to be somewhat unrealistic with financial expectations..
SO, with that said, it's refreshing to meet someone who's not a user, consumed by greed.
But, sadly, one evil replaces another. So, instead of her declaring her love for men, she steers into the opposite direction.
"I don't need any man for money". "I'm independent, self-sufficient." "I earn 20% more than my boyfriend". "I can take care of myself. thank you !"
Did you notice the trend, here? It's really the same old routine, packaged differently.
Women never say anything nice. Plus, she's always criticizing him, for whatever reason.
Men's Activists are often accused of making "unfounded claims". But, in truth, the examples are quite easy to find.
Her's just one example: M.R.A.'s have long claimed that women are overly critical of men. You could visit any Magazine which deals with "dating matters", and, ti's typical to find negative comments left by women, rather than positive ones. This also holds true for the television arena, as well. During the late 1980's, this became a benchmark of every program discussing relationships. And, Women's Magazines had been fueling the stereotype for previous decades. (In fact, there was a spoof on The Flintstones in 1962 (episode #53 "Fred Strikes Out"), .....to which, a Newspaper columnist offers advice on relationships. and, a questionnaire determined the husbands rating was unsatisfactory..)
We could easily locate thousands of similar examples. But, instead, we'll perform a three minute search on Yahoo. SO, on April 17, we typed in the phrase "things to look for in a guy" on the search engine. And the very top result featured the expected results. A woman wrote a list of things which she does not like in men.
This was certainly not surprising. Since we've already seen the same result countless times.
While describing her interests in relationships, she instead lists everything women dislike about men. This is a typical sequence of events (spoken by many women). And, it represents another example of long standing social inequality.
Please be reminded, virtually every time women are asked to describe the qualities which they look for, in a man, They nearly ALWAYS begin listing DISLIKES rather than positive traits.
Tattoos. Long hair. Piercings. Not dressing up for nice occasions (like church). Getting drunk. Smoking. Hanging out with drunken/smoking friends. A solid, religious devotion to video games. Cussing. Crude talk. Talking about sex in a non-gentlemanly way. A disdain for opera or classical music. Unemployment. Not understanding Shakespeare. (or at least trying) Being a drop out. Bad teeth. Bad grammar or spelling. Two fingers like a backwards peace sign in pictures...with accompanying "cool" face. Lame. Apathy about history. (Uninformed) Northern sympathy The names ... ( Ok...I took this one off because I didn't want to explain it over and over again.) Automaton-like emotional response. Saying "I'm a guy" as an excuse for not understanding.
------------------ Wow. No wonder I'm 27 and still single.
Okay, so..... ....we stumble upon a brief article which criticizes the "Men's Movement". We then decided to see if the person was making an unbiased remark. Or, if she's merely motivated by personal feelings.
SO, here's the initial statement which she made regarding men's activists:
How much "activism" does being a mens' rights activist entail?
seems to be no evidence as to what mens' rights activists actually do
to further their movement. All other rights groups campaign, organize,
volunteer, and put a lot of work into their cause. But the mras seem to
be more comparable to the KKK, or other groups whose purpose is more of
a club of like minded people, than a political action group. The only
thing I know of that mens activists have done which even remotely
resembles "activism" is the email writing drive they waged when they
were offended by domestic violence awareness ads on Dallas buses. Does
anybody know anything about else they do to be called "activists"?
2 months ago
those were very harsh words. It leads to wonder why these women expect men to remain silent ....while they continue their onslaught. SO, Women's Groups have spent decades abusing men. but, if he begins questioning her actions, he's immediately compared to "Adolf Hitler" and "the KKK".
So, after investigating the matter for less than one minute, we quickly discovered a long list of comments posted by the same individual. And, they were all related to the field of "Gender & Woman's Studies". (as seen below).
In other words, this same woman had made several similar remarks in the area of "Gender & Woman's Studies". Thus proving, her obvious affiliation toward these groups.
(by the way, her remarks are not particularly important. Thus will not be included on this site)
Notice how the "Gender & Woman's Studies" are implicitly specific. the term "Gender Studies" is supposedly synonymous with "Woman's Studies". There's no mention of "Gender Neutral Studies". or, simply , "gender studies". That's an interesting fact to mention.
She made numerous comments on the Gender Studies section. But, each time, not realizing that others could reveal her previous history. Plus, after she made a comment against the men's movement, another woman promptly came to our defense: This is a familiar story.
the response was:
has been unfair treatment of men based on their gender. They have a
hard time when they are beaten by their wife, or try to get full
custody of their children, even when it is the right thing to do. Young
guys are stopped and harassed by police more than any other group, and
race is not a factor. I think there is a lot they can do.
In which case, the Feminist promptly gave her a bad rating.
Then, another person gave an answer which promptly received 2 good ratings.
just whine about times they are actually not treated like privileged
individuals. It's ridiculous and it's a joke. Men will do anything to
hold on to their power over women in the disguise of making things
As usual, whenever there's an argument between the sexes, people will always support the woman's perspective.
When is the next "Curtain Call"? Media Bias repeats itself. Although they often use various reasons, along with, fresh material. But it still points toward gyrocentricity, and, targeting the female audience.
Aside from this specific incident, it hints toward a broader message. For decades, we've stood by and witnessed cheap shots spoken by News-Reporters & Journalists. Yet, each time, they are never held accountable.
And, a brief search into their previous history, will reveal prior remarks of a similar nature. So, in simple terms, each time someone panders to women, it's likely, they've done this many times before.
For example: During a discussion concerning Men's Issues, a Female Journalist quickly changed the subject and began reminding everyone of old Civil Rights Legislation.
In her exact words, when speaking of "equal pay for women", she described it as "a concept that was considered revolutionary in its day".
Firstly, here's a classic example where females quickly change-the-subject, and, then repeat the same argument regarding "the equal-pay issue".
Now, ask yourself a simple question: Why do Journalists always steer town this issue? What is the psychology behind their reasoning ?
The Answer is quite simple: She wants to put men into a hopeless situation, where he cannot possibly win the debate. After all, .....how is a man supposed to respond, when faced against the dogma of Women's Rights? There's not really much he can say, during these predicaments.
It explains why she always steer toward issues which define women as the protagonists.
But, whenever looking further into ones background, we always find a previous history of remarks made by such individuals, which clearly favor women.
So, in simple terms: anytime a Journalist talks about "Women's Rights", you can simply check into her background and discover many examples of bias, on her part.
Every time there's a News-Headline centered upon women, you should investigate their long-term activity. And, if they're always promoting a feminized cover-story, then, the overall pattern is evidential.
So, anytime you watch a News-Segment which promotes feminism, This type of Media-bias has been seen, countless times before. Their overall track-record should speak for itself.
This is what a Feminazi looks like: (there was a Men's Forum which met, in order to discus why "Crisis Centers" don't include men. But, suddenly, a woman's group barged in, and began screaming and ranting.)
It really comes as no surprise, whatsoever. This is the sort of behavior we should expect from Women's Groups.
The following clips were so unsettling, it inspired a new chapter of this website. Essentially, We compiled a few videos which were so disturbing, we were reluctant to display them.
(Now, unpleasant videos collectively appear, separate from other material). see "Disturbing Videos".
It should be considered important to achieve acceptance from the opposite sex.
But, Many women are too proud to admit this.
She's always had an unwillingness to fully accept men. This attitude has existed since long before the onslaught of feminism. [....which easily offsets any supposed male advantages in the workforce].
Typically, women try proving that they're completely disinterested in men.
Oddly, she also assumes that men desperately need women. This is a recurring theme.
You've all seen cases where a lady abstains from partnership, yet, she makes it known to everyone that there are several interested male suitors.
Why is it necessary to establish that point ???? If you're really disinterested in romance, then why must you openly state his undying love for you ??
This raises another obvious point: If it's so important for a woman to declare her independence, why does she promote his vulnerability in the same light ? He deserves the same level of respect. It's rather odd how women try to dismiss their need for romance. While, at the same time, she declares that every man desires affection.
Speaking of romance, it's funny how women deny their interest for men. Despite the signs which obviously suggest otherwise.
For example: there was a forum started by a woman who had "given-up on men". But, she appears to show alot of interest in that unmentionable subject. Her icon appears throughout this long conversation. (The detailed words have been blotted out, since they bear little significance).
Okay, there's an overall moral to the story: Why do so many ladies deny their need for romance?
In layman's terms: what's with the big act, anyway?
Women need to convince themselves, that, "She doesn't need a man in her life". or, "She doesn't need a boyfriend to complete her".
- Maybe the earth, but a white trash man shall not inherit *me*.
You are perfectly laced, it's the guys who aren't!
@XxWiltedRosexX - Broken heart = that name is forever spoiled for me. It could be redeemed, but...would be hard.Sometimes it's the differences that build the relationship, not the similarities.One
more thing - some guys' brains just aren't wired to accept Shakespeare
(again, that's coming from a guy who could read Hamlet all day).
- I think they WOULD be if they weren't under educated and apathetic about it.
@icicle84 - I
have to respectfully say that MANY more guys could reach much higher
levels of literary understanding if it wasn't considered nerdy to do
so. I am not a big fan of flunkies.
@spartan26 - I
enjoy video games, myself. I just don't want to be with someone
who worships in front of the X-Box alter... you know?
@NightCometh - No indeed, anyone who worships at the altar of anything made by Microsoft has definite red flags
Of course, my TV and computer are on a lot...so I need to be careful to
not be hypocritical. I just am wary of "gamer" culture.
Games should not be the main focus of life...
Look at the conversation you ignited!
with ya 100% on all of those! And I know there are decent guys
out there, they just all seem to be "taken" at my age, but are probably
not, at yours.
I am picky, but I can't stand lots of
those things, and believe me, if you "settle" for some of your "deal
breakers" or things that would drive you crazy or be irritating to you
(like smoking, drinking, tattoos, not dressing appropriately for the
occasion - believe me, they will haunt you forever. I'm awfully
glad to have my daughter, but I should never have gotten past the first
date with her father. I let a couple of these things slide - such
as his propensity to dress too casually for every occasion, and wear T
shirts all the time - and it wound up being a really big thing, for he
didn't respect me, or the occasion, enough to take the time to dress
appropriately, when I did. I thought that was (and is) very
disrespectful to the people you are with. His attitude?
"Screw "whoever", this is how I like to dress/act/behave/whatever" and
that's how he is about everything in life - selfish to the core.
These "little things" do matter.
4/11/2009 9:21 PM
Ignite is a good word.
very hard to draw lines about what's ok and what's not. I wish I
had been a bit more picky in my last relationship before it got to the
1.5 year mark.
Yup, I'm disqualified by your list.
don't usually dress up for church. A fairly nice shirt and jeans for
me. Or sometimes a T-Shirt and jeans. I teach high school kids, and I
tend to dress like them. (at times)
Getting drunk? Nah, I had three beers tonight at a friend's birthday party though. (spread out over time that is)
Does this eliminate me from the running?
If so, maybe you are too picky. :P
- Set an example, dearie!
I'm drinking right now. But I know when to stop.
Most of the words in the above thread were removed. However, one of her comments was not omitted. She's admittedly "Picky" when it comes to choosing men. Once again, our theories are correct. Women are naturally selective, regardless of their physical appearance or background.