The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was a turning point in the fight for women's rights
It would really be something if women had the first damn clue what they have already given up in this misunderstood effort. The challenges women face today are not the same ones their grandmothers did. Get that. Giving up what it means to be a woman to 'compete in a man's world' has been an unmitigated disaster. Ask any guy how difficult it is to find a female friend...let alone a mate....who isn't constantly frustrating them by unjustly judging what it means to be a man (like a woman would or should know that) and you soon come to recognize the women of today are just not very desirable. In this 'we've been treated unfairly' mode they are arrogant, judgemental, prejudiced, jealous, selfish, petty, unwomanly, overtly sexualized, aggressive, greedy, and terribly insecure. Women of today are like feminized robots. What could possibly be attractive about a package of that?! Of the thousands of women I have met only a handful could I term a genuine woman, and when you meet one, Wow! They are gracious, sensitive, intelligent, forgiving, nurturing (feminine), dignified, beautiful, loving, discrete, wise, and in absolute possession of the magic of what it means to be a woman. And to cover all the bases, a real man is kind, gentle, forgiving, understanding, patient, reliable, selfless, nurturing (masculine), trusting, fearless, devoted, protective, and in full possession of his responsibility to support the rights of women to become what they really are: incredible and unique. Too bad they're almost extinct. The course women have been cajoled into pursuing has brought about the end of everything good between us. I am a single man and almost hopeless in that regard.
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