714. Gender Differences Revisited — Group F


Differences in the sexes continue.

  1. A man wants his hut or castle outfitted for physical comfort. A woman wants her nest lined with emotional comfort.
  2. The male nature competes first and cooperates when necessary. The female nature cooperates first and competes when necessary.  
  3. A man thrives on a woman’s support and gratefulness for what he does, because he thinks he deserves it. A woman thrives on her man’s devoted attentions, because it confirms her value and self-love.
  4. A man’s desire for his woman to maintain their home is much, much stronger than her natural objections. (But not her feminist objections or female-ego opposition.)
  5. A man will call his hut a castle, if he’s treated as the king. A woman’s ego resists treating him that way, because she’s naturally driven to dominate her nest and their home.
  6. When a woman wants comfort and understanding, she discloses to a specific man. When a man wants comfort and understanding, he does not disclose but turns to a woman.
  7. Men have distinct missions in life. Women have life as their mission. 
  8. Women want comfort and companionship in needy times and the future. Men want comfort daily after a hard day’s work.
  9. A woman craves to associate closely with at least one strong, highly masculine figure. A man craves freedom, often temporarily from his woman.  
  10. Love and sex are fine to a husband, but they are fillers rather than glue. Because it works for them, wives mistakenly think love and sex make relationship glue.

More to come.

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One response to “714. Gender Differences Revisited — Group F

  1. Courtney

    What do you think about men who have strong objections to women who do not want to work?

    I have a degree and a good job but when I have kids I want to be a stay at home wife/mom(I grew up this way too).

    Do men really see this as lazyness?

    Most of the men I notice who object to this arrangement are not in the best financial situations. Or they use the excuse that thier mother was a single working mom etc etc.

    Thoughts?

    Your Exceptionalness Courtney,

    I repeat your questions and respond in bold.

    What do you think about men who have strong objections to women who do not want to work? They don’t respect the female gender enough to make excellent and maybe not even good husbands.

    I have a degree and a good job but when I have kids I want to be a stay at home wife/mom(I grew up this way too). Your wisdom and potential for motherhood exceed your age.

    Do men really see this as lazyness? If they do, they don’t even respect motherhood. Where does that put mothering relative to wifeing for them?

    Most of the men I notice who object to this arrangement are not in the best financial situations. Or they use the excuse that thier mother was a single working mom etc etc. Yes, and they’ll use one excuse or another to dominate any relationship to the disadvantage of their mate.

    Thoughts? Quit looking. Dress outstandingly feminine and attractive at all times. Forget Mr. Right and focus on gratitude for your independence. Let the Mr. Good Enoughs find you and compete by rising above themselves for you to screen for best-of-litter. Then, give up your independence as his reward.

    Men don’t know these things, because Feminism stopped women from teaching men about women. Remember? Feminism taught women to only talk to women about men.

    Guy

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