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370. College girls: Spineless — Posts 301-315


Spinelessness floods Womanhood when college girls accept coed dorms and bathrooms. They submit to feminist and masculine dominance, and details flood the next post to be published tomorrow night, #371.

In what follows, I list previous posts that describe politically incorrect life in the fast lane from meet up through hook up and marry up to split up and end up looking to start up again:

301.       Newlyweds fail to plan or plan to fail?

302.       Her faulty reasoning.

303.       Immaturity comes easily.

304.       Lifelong husbands are made—I.

305.       Other mysteries resolved.

306.       When she offers too little else.

307.       Newlywed bonding through self-talk.

308.       It’s Jack’s nature.

309.       Lifelong husbands are made—II.

310.       Fortitude for females.

311.       Relationship maintenance checklist.

312.       The ugly.

313.       The bad.

314.       The good.

315.       More good.

More about men? See Sex differences explain men and Do women know jack about Jack? in CONTENT page located in blog header.

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355. College girls: Dateless??? — Posts 251-270


One Duke University senior claimed she never had a date in college and knew no one that had. So, coed now means guys and booty?

The rest of the story. She can escape booty call, but she needs to abandon the guys’ game. It’s up to her and not him. The following themes or thoughts about previous articles may lead to new perspectives. (Search by the number and scroll down if not at top.)

251.       Women silently and subconsciously accept themselves as inferior.

252.       Women use faulty tactics dealing with men.

253.       Ignorant of masculine priorities, females duplicate men.

254.       We call it pain that heals.

255.       She diminishes her worth as keeper.

256.       Newlyweds: Think control before spending.

257.       Soft-hearted describes her, but not him.

258.       What daughters should hear.

259.       When a hottie becomes a nottie.

260.       Couples in action.

261.       Hindsight sees too many mistakes.

262.       Mom’s misguided intentions.

263.       Women no longer dominate cultural values.

264.       When Womanhood dominated Manhood.

265.       Relationships sour easily.

266.       Wham, bam, thank you, ma’m!

267.       Make him a keeper.

268.       From selfish to self-centered to self-interest.

269.       Dirge follows urge to merge.

270.       Hard-headedness tames, but soft-heartedness keeps him.

Escape or dodge the booty label. See the CONTENT page in the blog header.

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345. College girls: Dateless??? — Posts 216-230


What are dads paying for? One Duke University senior claimed she never had a date in college and knew no one that had.

Given all the sex on campus, this makes coed mean guys and booty? Does dad know what’s happening to his princess?

She can escape booty call, but she needs to abandon the guys’ game. It’s up to her and not him. The following themes or thoughts about previous articles may lead to new perspectives. (Search by the number and scroll down if not at top.)

 

216.   Never cherished? Blaming her ex?

 

216.   Never cherished? Blaming her ex?

 

 

217.   She appears desperate and disposable when everything’s easy for him.

218.   Female values shape campus social life except when they let men do it.

219.   Nagging herself produces unintended consequences.

220.   Feminine mystique slows the male mind for conquest.

221.   First date plants the seeds of no call, booty, or marriage.

222.   Commitment ain’t devotion.

223.   What guides our lives?

224.   Bonding for newlyweds.

225.   Mates differ, whether recognized or not.

226.   Just who are ‘friends with benefits’?

227.   What daughters should hear.

228.   More sex education

229.   Women copy men but fail, and ennui and depression set in.

230.   Virtue helps bonding.

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