1922. Compatibility Axioms #161-170


161. The more neat, clean, and chaste she appears, then the more unique and possibly extraordinary she appeals to a man. Her past appears more virgin-like when his imagination fires up that all those other men failed, simply because he cannot conquer her. [96]

162. She always appears more respectful in the eyes of men that cannot conquer her, and a man’s love is based on his respect for a woman. [96]

163. Just as sex does, fashionable attire, charming words, and fun activity help capture a man. But her other-than-sexual attributes and character hold him after romantic love fades in a year or two. [97]

164. A major facet of a man’s sense of significance rests upon his woman’s faithfulness—and especially his not having to face men who have had her or even know of someone who has. [97]

165. A man discovers a woman’s non-sexual attributes and character while searching for weaknesses in order to conquer her. After conquest his search intensity fades away, and her remaining qualities become evident but much less attractive than if uncovered before conquest. [97]

166. A man does not need refreshment and comfort with a friendly, attractive, and encouraging mate in order
to recover for tomorrow’s battles, but he never stops looking if he lacks it. [97]

167. A man’s conquering nature is not quieted down by either her giving love or providing sex—only by one woman’s non-sexual attributes and character that magnetize his devotion to her and their family. [97]

168. A man’s devotion to wife and marriage are not the same. The former is based on his heart, his feelings for her. The latter is based on his mind, values, principles, vows, and his word—to the extent that he honors such things. [97]

169. A man’s ego reflects his sense of self-admiration and significance and vice versa. [97]

170. A man’s fruitless pursuit of sex with a woman enables his commitment to evolve into devotion for her. In the process of trying harder, he learns to respect her more and see her as different from the others. [97]

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7 responses to “1922. Compatibility Axioms #161-170

  1. Sis

    The more neat, clean, and chaste she appears been slacking lately in this department. Time to have a pretty day again. 🙂

  2. Emma

    166 & 167 are very intersting – would you expand on what you mean by….

    166: he does not need refreshments etc but if she doesn’t provide he doesn’t stop searching.

    167: a mans love is not on sex and the love she provides but her character. How would she know this?

    Your Highness Emma,

    I shall expand 166 to read this way: “A man does not need refreshment and comfort with a friendly, attractive, and encouraging mate in order to recover for tomorrow’s battles, but he never stops looking if he lacks it.” [97]

    167 reads this way: “A man’s conquering nature is not quieted down by either her giving love or providing sex—only by one woman’s non-sexual attributes and character that magnetize his devotion to her and their family.”

    She know it by his sexual faithfulness. First-time sex attracts and helps capture but character holds a man. Love to a man is respect, gratefulness, and dependence on whom and what he is to her, and that shapes her character and keeps him interested in her for the rewards of frequent and convenient sex.

    Guy

  3. Emma

    I wonder sometimes where we women get our ideas of what a man or husband is supposed to behave or act. Most of our problems arise out of our expectations in our heads and not the reality we see. Many many women I know married or single go through this predicament (me included). Yet we never stop to think wether our expectations are realist! My single friends think that marries women put up with too much ( based on the wife’s contribution vs husbands to the marriage) and us married ladies think single women have no idea of what is to be expected. I do wonder why so many do feel the need to advise their married Friends to the extend of (you put up with a lot, you do too much, that’s not what a marriage is about) when most of not all have never been married! I do wonder – where all of these comes from…

    I have a traditional marriage – husband is def the Alpha- beta, provider / protector. He spends a lot of time playing and Travelljng for work, while I’m home with the kids… It doesn’t bother me unless it’s too much, however most of our discomfort begins when I start to request more attention… Just wondering how WWNH community has encountered this predicament from either side.

    Your Highness Emma,
    I recognize you’re inquiring of women, but I can’t resist volunteering a man’s view. Women have been listening exclusively to women for half a century. Whatever men have to say, they are not heard except the parts that justify criticism for being different from women and the way females think and act under feminist, fashionable, and wishful-thinking influences.
    Guy

    • Emma

      Thank you Sir Guy… A gentlemans opinion is always welcomed.

      Emma

      • By “he spends a lot of time playing and traveling”, what do you mean by playing?

        Of course it seems unfair to you, I think it is. Instead of complaining about his absence, though – have you considered directing your attention elsewhere? (not to other men, of course, that would create a massive problem) In your leisurely time, perhaps direct focus on your inner passion [only you know what that is]?

        Marriage is a choice, and I don’t think a family is for everyone. A family requires financial stability for a nesting ground and a lot of sacrifice! For some, this sacrifice is worth it! A beautiful family is rewarding, but personally I want to pursue a means to my own financial independency… because I depend on it. If I have a family in the future with my S.O. (if things continue as gracefully as they have) -whenever I need to catch a break and embrace my adventurous spirit – if I have children – I will need to call upon (and be able to reimburse 😉 someone to watch my (future-potential) children … Simply so that I can get out of the house! I cannot fathom being ‘stuck inside’ any place for too long! I refuse to put myself into a position where I am “locked away in a dungeon”.

        I think you could do a little traveling of your own. Your husband most likely considers his traveling part of his job and his ‘duty’ but I guarantee he is not always working. You deserve the time away, just as much as he does. Don’t feel guilty or as if you are abandoning your duty as a mother for your temporary escape. You aren’t abandoning them for taking care of your desires and needs.

  4. Whatevergirl

    What WE never hear?!!! BULL****! It’s men who never hear, We always hear, YOU’RE AN IDIOT! AND C***! [EDITOR’ NOTE: Her purposely disrespectful words were changed.]

    Your Highness Whatevergirl,

    Welcome aboard. It’s a great day when another pretty woman joins us on this cruise to WhatWomenNeverHear.

    You miss the point. Men mistreat women today because women copied radical feminists. They blamed, demeaned, and maligned men for every relationship ill, and they have for four decades refused to consider what men had to say about it. Fifty years ago the dishonorable terms you use above were not the way men complained about women. Complaints were registered in much more respectful terms.

    Incidentally, your obscenity hasn’t appeared on this blog before, and I refuse you the distinction of being first.

    Guy

  5. Catherine

    “162. She always appears more respectful in the eyes of men that cannot conquer her, and a man’s love is based on his respect for a woman.” -Sir Guy

    A woman lost her job after delicately making a male superior’s plan to seduce her rather difficult. Months later, she heard of his small actions that indicate increased respect for her.

    Another man stopped frightening a woman in a workplace after she successfully appealed for distance from him without involving H.R. His aggression became respectful behavior over time. He’d make a reasonable Mr. Good Enough for someone someday, if ladies inspire him accordingly. She’s still surprised at how much respect she receives from other men who know about what happened.

    However, another woman innocently put a lot of effort into her job. Years later, her feelings for her male boss grew, and now they have sex while working together at the same employer. Rumors don’t include marriage plans at this time.

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