High maintenance women, entitlement complexes, and men losing their manhood
Asked Sep 14, 2008, 09:36 AM
My views are considered extreme by some, but after a lot of observation I have come to some of my own conclusions. A lot of people agree with me, and I'm just curious if anyone has any arguements or can help support my argument.
Lets rewind to about 50 some years ago. Women were the house wives. They took care of the kids, they did all of the house hold chores. A man was a man. Strong willed, didn't show a whole lot of emotion, was cool and collected for the most part. He was the provider, he was mostly confident.
Lets fast forward a few generations. We have a feminist movement, preaching the liberation of women from these old ways, encouraging them to go out and make something of themselves, to break free from "the man" so to speak. I agree that women should be able to hold a good job and have equal rights, please don't get me wrong. The beginnings of this movement were well intentioned and helped women make many leaps and bounds.
Let's fast forward again to the late eighties through the year 2008. I see something that I had never really seen before this time period. Extremely high maintenance, demanding women. These kinds of women are not your average person. Their imagine means anything and everything to them. Their good looks, material possesions and social popularity is the only thing that exist in their world. They are extremely rude, obnoxious and have an attitude of entitlement. They take pride in their ability to whip a man. They love being able to have any man on their finger, that he will gravitate around her, that he will buy her almost anything she wants. He will put up with her bad attitude, because she is good looking, and she KNOWS it.
Why has this happened, I ask you? What bred the creation of this kind of woman, and why? My view is as follows. Starting after WWII, I believe that America started to become slowly more liberal. Look at the 60's and 70's, you can see this. I believe a lot more children were born out of wedlock, the single mother became a lot more common. Boys were raised by their mothers. This isn't a bad thing, but we what happens to a lot of these boys? They tend to be more sensitive and fall into the "nice guy" category without a man there for guidance on how to really act like a man. Some fathers even fail to do this, unfortunately.
I think the extremist feminism in this country has caused the wussification of many men. Men who are validation seekers, wanting approval, worried about what he can or can't say to a woman, when or when he can't call, how many times a week he can see her, how fast or slow he can move when he is on a date, what's acceptable, what isn't. Just stupid trivial little things that I don't think were ever such huge issues until now. Men turn to feminist blogs, magazines, articles to ask what women want and read what these women supposedly "want". Which is basically a whipped little boy who will put the woman on the pedestal and treat her like a goddess. We know in reality, through deep rooted psychology and evolution that a woman wants a real man, not this kind of new age wuss.
Too many men have become TOO sensitive. They have become too willing to put up with these behaviors in high maintenance women, that they know they can get away with it. Take a stand men, don't put up with prissy behavior. One day eventually, the fad will die out if men can regain their dignity and pride. I also think that this is a result of parents treating their girls like princesses, telling them they are perfect, constant praise and attention can cause these bad traits later on in life.