I think women are raised to think they're superior, especially when they're young, could be a curse in disguise
To start this off, I want to say that even the title make it seem like it, I'm not intending this to be a misogynistic post, so it's not like "Roastie hit the wall hur dur". This is just an observation made by me, so im trying to make it as neutral as possible.
Now that we're clear, let's get started
I think in general, it seems that women are the ones that have all the advantages in the world, especiallY when they're young. And this is because they're kinda raised to have that mentality. This is just my observation based on how my experience in a household of mostly women.
I don't know how to explain this but I feel most women are raised to "look down" and be judgemental on a lot of men. They're kinda taught to be "reserved" and "non confrontational", while at the same time quitely(and sometimes openly with other women) judging others(especially men) in their head. They separated them into categories like creep, background furniture, and hottie. Men do this as well, but the extent of the judgement is nowhere near this much. We do it honestly and openly, and any men who does his are labeled as sexist snd shallow, and most men ill likely reflect on that and change themself. In contrast, women who are caught doing this will likely not do it publicly, but in their head, they will reluctantly withdrawI purely because it's socially inappropriate to appear shallow and not because it's actuallu wrong. I know not all women are like this, but the stereotype isn't there for no reason.
For example, I know this one girl in a STEM field who sometimes complain about her dates to me. She said her first date was with a dorky nerd guy from her field. He emphasize on that a lot and she kinda makes the fact that he wears sandles to the date a pretty big deal. I questioned her on why did she make such a big deal and she responded with something along the lines of "oh, im not supposed to make this a big deal? Sorry :P"
I think this may actually be a curse in disguise as well. The reason they're unhappy will be 100% from their own doing, even though their situation is perfectly fine already, since they fail to see men as actual human, and more like an object that disappoints them. They're inablity to realize and change their shallowness, and try to hide it on top of that is also a curse as well. There are many shallow and misogynistic men who have grown up and actually lived a happier life when they finally see women as human being, but the same cannot be said about these women. Instead of sweeping out the filth, they sweep it in the rug even more, and they will suffer that background "itch" for the rest of their lives because nothing will ever satisfy them.
Honestly, if they could break out of the cycle, people would being happier, both the men and themselves as well
I’m sorry but I thought it was self evident that women are raised to think they are superior in all aspects of human existence. In schools boys get a 30% lower score compared to girls for exactly the same answers, how could they not think they are smarter? Communication in Western society is define by how well men can read her mind. Emotional maturity only applies to men, women having temper tantrums is considered healthy, men crying in pain is considered weakness.
We have entire generations raised and educated almost exclusively by women with near no male guidance.
Whenever women get their asses handed to them in any field, the answer is always sexism... because women have been raised to think there’s no other way an inferior man could have just blown them away in competition.
So, now, men are relegated to being disposable ATMs and manual labor, while women wonder “where have all the good men gone, they are tired of lowering their standards.”
Yea, thought it was self evident.
Edit: I’m talking American women, your culture may vary.
I’m a female and the anti male jokes when men aren’t around is just boring as hell. I don’t think women know how good the have it (in the west). I don’t mind men making fun of women, it would make the women mocking men more palatable, if it was a two way system. Nothing wrong with banter, we are completely different.
Well this is the problem in a nutshell. Women don't banter. They gossip, comfort, and backstab. They have an in-group preference for women exactly because of this. The rules are different. They cannot handle male rules. Men cannot handle female rules. This used to not be a problem because men and women lived in separate worlds.
Banter is direct. It requires a sense of humour and, most of all, a recognition of one's own faults in a public way. That's why it's funny. Women are not funny. They want to be protected from public criticism. This is why you can't state basic facts in public anymore, like: women are horrible at controlling motor vehicles. That's "sexist."