Ideally, women are independent before conquest and dependent after marriage. Men respect the former as competition for something of high value. They expect the latter as conqueror’s right. The gap between conquest and marriage becomes high risk for women. Too much independence drives men away. Too much dependence scares men away. Before the pill and sexual revolution in the Sixties, women closed that gap; they insisted on marriage before sex.
- Married women stress their personal independence visually instead of indirectly and thoughtfully. For example, they dress carelessly and sloppily, because they have a man and see no need to attract others. However, unmarried men feast with their eyes. They see marriage as a place where women turn unattractive and, hence, probably boring. Marriage appears less appealing. It’s a by-product of the collapse of female dominance that reigned when unmarried sex was taboo.
- Modern rock and the music derived from it re-program the female subconscious with negative, disparaging, and female-unfriendly thoughts, ideas, and feelings. The loudness, hollering, screaming, and physical exuberance of participants accelerate changes in whatever values, standards, and beliefs are held by listeners. It causes females to devalue their self-love. Their self-image weakens and the blossom falls off self-esteem previously generated in a respectful and loving childhood home. Their spirit and attitude turns toward that of men, the ones that developed the mind-altering music. Girls and young women toss female values into the mosh pit of only men.