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Are you one of the millions of men who has seen his life crumble under the treads of the family law system? Did you ever wonder why hatred and abuse directed toward men was so prevalent in school? Maybe you're an employer who got screwed in a sexual harassment lawsuit, or an employee who was falsely accused.
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After facing terrible injustice, you can't imagine who would ever create this monstrous, oppressive system that has driven you to ruin and despair. You look around, but you have no idea who is to blame.
Look no more, because The Spearhead has come upon a neatly compiled list of people who are directly responsible for your pain and suffering.
"Maybe she is setting her sights too high."
"3. Or, the "product", as you so lovingly phrase it, just isn't attractive to the average male anymore. One common denominator I encounter amongst a lot of college-educated women is that they were thoroughly indoctrinated by the Womens Studies camp while in school. The end result of that isn't exactly conducive to building a long-term relationship with a real male, as opposed to the straw man that these women have usually constructed in their heads. Nine-tenths of the trouble college-educated women have finding men has to do with their own attitude. Hell, I'd love to have a wife that earned more than I did. The trouble is, most of those women are entirely impossible to even date, let alone live with. You can only take so many lectures about the patriarchy or so many snide remarks about "male inferiority" before you snap.
The other factor is that women, in general, are screwier than hell when it comes to these issues. How many men have constructed in their heads an "ideal woman", who they constantly judge other women against, when meeting them? Not all that many, and those that do are considered just a little nuts by other men.
On the other hand? Ask the typical young lady, in her post-college years, what she considers "husband material": If you're lucky, she'll limit herself to a couple of pages. Is it any wonder that these women never find the "ideal mate"? And, that if she does find a guy she'll "settle" on, that he'll eventually sense that, and bail on her? Who the hell wants a relationship with someone who doesn't think that much of them, in the first place? Why take the risk she'll walk, when she finds someone closer to her ideal?
4. Selective? Wait until they're in their late thirties, and you'll hear a different tune. Only problem is, by that point, nobody wants anything to do with them, due to age and acquired attitudes. The delicious sense of entitlement that the single woman in her late thirties and early forties feels towards available men of her age is truly ironic. They've got nothing to offer, in terms of someone wanting to be around them solely for the pleasure of their company, yet are outraged when their overtures are turned down. Hell, it's amusing to watch their reaction to another woman, who in their mind has little to offer, being chosen by a male of their generation. The outrage is palpable, and they usually blame it on either looks, or youth, when the reality is that it's simply because they themselves are what's unattractive, especially in terms of personality."
Once they were OK with hitting ... it was rather dangerous. Unlike the men, they didn't have years ingrained into them on the limits of violence. You had to be good at redirecting strikes and taking blows were it would only hurt.