Are women delusional about dating???

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  1. Renee

    Renee Well-Known Member

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    I’m not your sweetie, little guy. Patronizing is another form of sexism. Do you call men sweetie too?
     
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    So sad that’s the only women you know. You must have had some better experiences. The man I know are the opposite. They respect successful women. Women don’t need men for their money anymore, we’re making our own now
     
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    this is funny just from the the responses you can tell which men here just don't get it and are socially dysfunctional, their real social lives probably reflect it...which they'll deny claiming they're all dating super models who swoon over their anachronistic behaviour and insensitive manliness...
     
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    billy the kid Well-Known Member

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    Well, actually Im retired and in my 70s....my post was referring to not my experiences, but those I have had outlined to me by various men over my life time....these men included happily married men, divorced men, workmates, neighbours, relatives etc etc....
     
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    there are a lot of socially dysfunctional men about, of all ages...social interaction is a learned behavior some of us get it early, others take longer and some never learn it at all...and for those who have difficulty it's all too easy to blame women rather than have a serious self assessment of themselves...sadly it didn't come easy to me, I'm still learning...

    of coarse there are also women dysfunctional women but they don't present the same danger to men as men do to women...
     
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    I'm sure a man breathing is sexism to you
     
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    And demanding promotion before men who do an equal or better job
     
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    Are you suggesting that all the opinions I have outlined from the men from different categories during my entire life are all coming from dysfunctional men....you havent even met them.....
     
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    I'm suggesting if you've gone through the entire thread and you haven't learned anything...dysfunctional
     
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    classic... insecure with deeply ingrained misogynistic attitudes...yeah I've met many like you in my lifetime
     
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    You sound like one of the women I described.....goodbye....
     
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    They are called sport and champ. Do you always ignore the point or did you just use your own sexism of ignoring what a man had to say?
     
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    Oh, because you learned the same job thousands of men do, you're better and deserve promotion?
     
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    Say something worth learning
     
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    Just curious did we suffer when thousands and thousands or should I say millions and millions of women who were denied the same jobs men held?
     
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    He didn’t call me a sport or champ. He called me sweetie. That’s a term of endearment and it’s patronizing if you don’t know the woman . I wonder if you would go to a judge and call her sweetie I wonder if you would call a female doctor sweetie I wonder if you would call a woman in power sweetie. No it’s a demeaning term...but men do called their “girls” at the office sweetie.
     
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    Spoken like a true extremist..either or..nothing in between, Typical of boys like you
     
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    woah! that's unfair bringing up the recent past... the aging misogynists hanging out here are doing their best to deny the blatant discrimination that went on for centuries ever occurred... or that it still goes on today...

    it's entertaining watching fragile male egos here panic at the thought that just maybe women are smarter than they are...
     
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    Wow, how fragile you are.
     
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    Well I think it's independent men who don't pander to the feminist cult who by their mere existence is misogyny to the loyal cultists.

    Male feminists (sex offenders) are okay because they tow the line.
     
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