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2102. Compatibility Axioms #561-570

561. If husband expects wife to dress seductively in public, he wants other men to admire him for having her. This reveals his self-centeredness, and when aging makes her less youthful or attractive, she becomes expendable emotionally if not physically.  [202]

562. If he were as good as she expects, he would have bypassed her and chosen another woman  [202]

563. If his commitment—whether true or disingenuous—is enough for her to yield sex their first time, his devotion will likely never grow to her later satisfaction. [202]

564. If she chases a man or men, then to the man and men she’s desperate and therefore disposable because she lacks self-respect and is therefore not respectable enough for much more than sex. [202]

565. If she is unhappy with her man, he sees it like this: Her ingratitude appears unjustified, because he is a good man doing his best. If he thinks otherwise, he does not care about her unhappiness and probably looks elsewhere already. [202]

566. When men have to make arrangements for their own meals, whatever woman they are with becomes more expendable. [202]

567. A man enjoys looking at an attractive, pleasant looking female. When his woman looks sloppy and uncaring, he’s bored, knows that he has earned more, and soon looks for something more attractive. [202]

568. She acts ungratefully with and for her man. Then she blames him for her unhappiness. Her ungrateful actions dominate her feelings. [203]

569. Jean Jacque Rousseau was wrong about many things, but not this one: “The more women want to resemble [men], the less women will govern them, and then men will truly be the masters.” [203]

570. As with all of us, he produces better when he lives for something or someone higher than himself. Another reason why married men are more successful and live longer lives than their uncommitted, unattached male brothers. [203]




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“The more women want to resemble them, the less women will govern them, and then men will truly be the masters.”           Jean Jacque Rousseau*

Women repeatedly march into misery and away from success in relationships with men. As if someone calls cadence, breakups resound throughout the female world. Hup, toop, thureep, four. Hup, toop, thureep, four. Hook up, shack up, marry up, split up. Hook up, marry up, muck up, pay up. Hook up, link up, everybody knock up. Shack up, split up, thinking about marry up. Link up, shack up, cohabiting nice; keep up mating, but forget the rice. Hup, toop, thureep, four, and there he goes, out the door.   

Male-female relationships of every type and level fall apart after a short time together. Sex does not bond him. Knock up has little meaning for permanency. Marriage does not hold. Anniversaries provide no insurance. Children provide little glue. Romantic love fades with nothing permanent to replace it. Cohabitation delivers less than promised, because subsequent marriage fails at the eighty percent rate.

Blended families bicker more than blend. Spouses spitefully clog up dealing with the remnants of earlier relationships.

When abandonment is not pending in front of a woman, she still fears it. Excessive fearfulness adds to the likelihood that her relationship will fall apart. Patriarchy intensifies as male dominance strengthens.

Men escape at low cost. Women, whether dumper or dumpee, wander on the plains of loneliness, unhappiness, and depression. Most search for boyfriends, but an episode of desperation often finds them first.

In short, men win and appear as Rousseau-defined masters. Women lose their governing powers in relationships, and children roast over the open flames of divorce.

As Rousseau predicted, women resemble men so closely that the male sex now dominates both the social and domestic arenas. Women enable this by ignoring the nature of males, disregarding their own nature, and injecting feminist politics into the home.

Women sidestep their female nature to act like men. Although designed by God, endowed by Nature, and energized by hormones as relationship experts when dealing with men, modern women can’t hold together the relationships they want to sustain. Inevitably their man wants something else bad enough to drop the church, leave her in the lurch, or start a new search.

*Rousseau’s politics were bad, but I give him credit for this assessment of human nature.


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