... how is young women making false accusations "mature" behavior?
Yup. I think young men get the "immaturity" label at least partly because they are less interested in women and getting married. This really agitates the status quo. As more and ore young men start disregarding marriage and instead look to meet their own needs we will see some real red hot chaos amongst the fembots and the sleeping status quo. At this point they are trying to disregard this important shift by calling it immaturity. that won't last too much longer.
So, I was surfing cable Tee Vee the other day and I came across "Real housewives of (fill in the blank)......"
Mindful that "entertainment" has to present a level of "stupid" slightly lower than the intended demographic, so the audience can feeeeeel at least "smarter than THAT",...
I propose that males do NOT "suffer" from (ie...but fill in the blank) premature ejaculation, but that most female critics of actual intersections with heterosexual males suffer from
insatiable "prince charming" syndrome that manifests itself with in tenacious frigidity.
In THIS "mad lib" feel free to insert "male immaturity" and "The Fisherman's Wife" in appropriate spots.
I wonder if (again ie) The American Psychiatric Association (of mental gymnastic hobbyists) can be "persuaded"
to move the goal posts, YET AGAIN, on potential forensic "evidence" of what...you know..."IS" is, and what "IS" isn't!
I'll go back to my X Box now. I've seen better observations and "experiments" on the "complexity" of the human condition THERE (Assassins Creed, Fallout, for two) than I have in (remedial IMHO, but I've been called above average) Psych 101 at Sarah Lawrence College (formerly "for women", 10%, with about HALF clearly "dramatically" homosexual, males 35 years ago)
I can only imagine what the Curriculum at...say...the rest of the "Seven Sisters", or...say...Rutgers (N.J) is these days, other than "attracting" the least common denominator of "free" grant-gub'mint/parental/"foreign"- carriers to the bursars office.
Waaaay too parenthetical, I know. I COULD have used snarky Strike/Replace, popular in Legislative circles, but I didn't "major" in communications, or...uh....journalism.