Feminism has strived to give women ‘equal’ rights to men for years.
Do women want quality or only equality when it suits them?
Women still expect a man to pay for dinner on dates.
Women do not expect to get hit if after they hit a man
Women do not get expected to get drafted into the military and fight alongside men
Women expect a bigger payout in the divorce
Women expect to take custody of the children in the divorce
A case in point that I have seen in the workplace is sexual harassment.
Many women get frustrated when the men they flirt with don’t get the hint or fail to respond.
In today’s world of female entitlement and the #MeToo movement, many men do get the hint but they choose to not act upon it.
The consequences and mistakes for misinterpreting and reporting such behaviour is severe. Or, the simple fact that she could change her mind and report you.
Women want their cake and to eat it. They want the privileges that comes with being a woman and also the benefits of equity.
They can’t have them both.
They cannot use their sexuality to give them an advantage (and yes ladies, most of you have at some point) and then claim sexual harassment when it doesn’t suit them.
Women crave attention. They want attention and to feel attractive. This is why, when married women don’t get attention, they will seek it from other men. Whether they act on that attention or not is up top them. They do.
Women wear make-up to appear younger. They wear fake tan, fake nails, fake lips, and fake hair extensions to look more attractive to men. Some women even have fake breasts and bums. They want to be desired. They do these things to appeal to men more.
However, women are never content.
If a man gives too much attention, women feel violated.*
If a man gives too little attention, they feel neglected.
If women are given too much freedom (equality) at work, they’ll complain how hard the work is and how they’ll never see their kids and how it ‘doesn’t fit in with their lifestyle’.
If a woman is given too little freedom she complains of being oppressed and not equal to the men (who generally will be working longer hours and not seeing the kids).
If they do not get attention when they dress-up and go out, they feel ugly and insecure. They then call men superficial and shallow.
If they dress provocatively and then get cat called and the wrong type of attention off men, they call men sexist.*
When they get a boyfriend, they are never happy and constantly eyeing up their friends boyfriends. They always want better than what they have.
When they are single and they get asked out on a date, they call the single men needy and creepy.
Women are only ever happy when they are complaining.
* I have personal experience of this. I call it the Brad Pitt complex. If a good looking, attractive and confident man is ’sexual’ or makes sexually suggestive comments to a women, then women love it. They may brush it off but they are receptive to the advances or comments.
If an ugly guy does exactly the same thing, he’s classed as needy and creepy. The rule here is a) Be attractive and b) don’t be unattractive.