Although different by sex, humans have compatible natures for living as mates. However, our beliefs and emotions interfere, and harmony for couples easily sours when women ignore what’s best for them.
Even though men always appear as dominant, American society operates under this general, overarching principle in the sex arena: Females act, males react. Women govern circumstances that determine whether men approach females as highly respected near-goddesses or as tramps, live as permanent husbands or temporary lovers, and stay or depart after romantic love fades.
Relationships fail today, because females generically act in ways that profit males directly instead of supporting the institutions that indirectly benefit women and children. In just a few decades Feminism-inspired females invoked a macro self-fulfilling prophecy. They called the male sex inadequate to meet the expectations of women, and, behold, men became exactly that.
Relationships don’t fall apart just because of the man. A couple’s break up and the ensuing female aloneness, unhappiness, and depression are largely self-inflicted by women turning men and their man into what women cannot live with. It’s a philosophical shortcoming to make men what they ain’t.
Among other things, the Sisterhood fails to take advantage of principles made workable through the courtesy of our unique Judeo-Christian culture, for example:
- When most women compete with women for men, more individual women lose. When men compete with men for women, more individual women win.
- When women don’t use strong patience in the process of capturing a man, more individual women lose than win. When men are forced to show unreasonable patience in the process of conquering a woman, more individual women win than lose.
- When most women follow their female nature and hormones to capture one man, more individual women win than lose. When most women follow peer examples to attract men, more individual women lose than win.
Women determine how society operates. Whether females win or lose in the battle of the sexes depends largely on the Sisterhood’s current philosophy.