Please, Please Me, Oh Yeah! I Won’t Please You!


This post isn’t going to be as researched as the previous two, but will reflect thoughts I’ve had.

Traditional dating in part involves males giving gifts to women who interest them with the object being to curry her favor. This is promoted by alleged behavioral experts to be a display to her of his value as a provider, which was once a factor of her acceptance of him as a mate.

If his pursuit of her is successful, he remains obligated to provide gifts along with support while she was once expected to maintain his home in a neat and orderly fashion in return. Gifts from her to him weren’t necessarily expected, unless she chose to actually make him something by hand in addition to maintaining her side of the societal bargain. She generally couldn’t buy one with her own money.

Many complaints regarding how this exchange broke down revolve around feminism, and there is some merit to this. But the real culprit in my opinion is consumerist technological advance.

Electricity eliminated replacing burned-down candles or refilling the lamp oil reservoirs. Natural gas heating put an end to hauling in the cut timber or having to go out to the coal shed for another bucket of lumps while pouring out the ashes onto the snow to prevent slippage. Old National Geographic Magazines contained ads for the latest gadgets intended to lighten the heavy burden of domestic engineering, including things like the press roller to do a more efficient job of wringing water out of clothing to speed drying. And so on. She ended up needing less time to achieve as much productivity.

As more and more “labor-saving” devices entered into the life of the average housewife, she had more time to read books and magazines, of which there were dozens devoted exclusively to her interests (and of course supported by manufacturer ads to pique her desire for more of their products). They were cheap enough that she could find a bargain on the grocery shelf to afford the price.

Women used to get together in groups to discuss topics they read about in such publications, but out of the earshot of their working men, who wouldn’t have approved of them “worrying their simple little minds” with issues “too important” to be left to them to work out solutions. They were a man’s prerogative, and she should return to her place where he can care for her properly.

I understand the kind of reaction such a dismissive attitude would foment, for -not being an insider myself- I heard similar things all the time from those who didn’t see any value in me -both male and female- except as an object of ridicule. It made me want to strike back in any manner I could, only I didn’t have the opportunity to burn the roast and claim it was due to it being “that time of the month” to engender sympathy, go out to dinner, and avoid outraged anger.

It was into this environment that the ideas of Friedan and Greer found avid audience. Gloria Steinem showing that pretty women can express disdain of men like their husbands and inspire them to want to look like her, even though few could. And so on.

[Side note regarding Steinem: I would love to have been a fly buzzing about during her “dates” with Henry Kissinger. I can’t see what he had going for him other than his lofty role in making the world a much more dangerous place for the majority of us while he dates a feminist icon. Just WHAT did they talk about?]

Maybe this attitude appeals to a feminist?

Women tend to pay closer attention to pretty women than they do to Vampire Bats. Otherwise, how would the Kardashian/Jenner coven have become so wealthy? Where would Taylor Swift now be if she resembled Sinead O’Conner as she now looks?

You’d tap that, wouldn’t you, Mr. HornDog?

So where am I dragging you with such visual abuse? Toward the idea which spawned (sorry, Boss! It kinda slipped out!) this post. Somewhere in this process, women lost any interest in treating men well. They tend to hold no desire to please us, nor to satisfy our desires of any kind, and not just sexually. All we have to do to remain in their good graces (and maybe get a little if we’re good enough) is to provide the means for her to have the life she desires at the expense of our own.

Is that worth it? I say no.

It was asked in a previous post comment thread about where are men to go. Certainly, heading off into the wilderness and knifing 300 pound boars will appeal to some, and the likelihood of encountering there a human female in any emotional state is highly unlikely. But for those of us who are past being able to hunt in such a manner, we have to have other strategies.

I’ve said before that I want to have ideas to offer for those men who need inspiration. I’ve advocated not getting involved with women in the first place, but the realist in me knows that few will be able to adhere to such a philosophy in the face of femininity demonstrating her wiles. Seeing ripe peaches tends to make the hungry man want to shake the tree.

So what to do instead? Don’t give gifts just because she wants something; give one instead if she deserves one. Don’t give her your time if she’s only going to make you wish you were elsewhere doing something fun. Don’t lavish her with praise hoping that her panties will fall off. And definitely don’t spend all your money on her; it will never be enough.

Don’t give her all of your attention. Instead, give her just as much as she gives you. If you really interest her, she will increase her effort toward attracting you. If not, she will fade away like the lost cause she is. And you will live without becoming the emotional wreckage that women can make of men.

Learn to use the Friend Zone to your advantage. It will weed out the ones only looking to use you for her own benefit. Just be careful when you think you might have a friend to promote to More Than A Friend, as she can literally change faster than you can follow. And you end up lost.

So don’t go where she expects you to go, and let her feel as disappointed as she would make you if she could. If she’s a big girl, she’ll figure out how to change her behavior for the better if she really desires a man. Watch your own back, because you probably can’t trust anyone else in most cases to defend you.

And, lastly, as Polonius advised, to thine own self be true. Only you can save you – and you are all you have.

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66 comments on “Please, Please Me, Oh Yeah! I Won’t Please You!
  1. Tarnished says:

    A minor note about the friend zone:

    Do not try desperately to remain “friends” with one who is only using you. You are important. You matter. You are a person, and thus have worth.

    Prove your worth to yourself and others by vowing to remove toxic personalities from your life. If you have a female friend who is *actually* a friend…cool. But if you’re tormenting yourself pining after a chick who has Friend Zoned you, it needs to stop.

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    Because of betas and weak frame, women don’t have to treat men well to get a draft horse…. I mean husband. It’s practical on the woman’s part freeing up her time and mental energy for other tasks

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Women lost any interest in treating men well.”
    I think that this came from taking men for granted.

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  4. Dragonfly says:

    I just don’t understand why women have become like this… how they take utterly no pleasure at all to please their men. And you’re right, Blurkel, it’s not just sexually, it’s with anything really… even little things (and it really is in the little things that life becomes so pleasant anyway).

    This subject of women not treating men well, was the main motivation for me writing about marriage and sex when i started writing my blog. The marriage articles were to try to get women thinking about how ugly some of their attitudes that stem from our culture truly are.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    On the flip side, doesn’t take much for a girl to hit unicorn status

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  6. blurkel says:

    @ Tarn

    While wise advice, I guess you got my intended direction of the Friend Zoning reversed. I was advocating that men keep women there until they prove worthy of more and closer attention.

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  7. Cillhouette says:

    “On the flip side, doesn’t take much for a girl to hit unicorn status”

    It’s so easy to stand out! All we have to do is be pleasant. How hard is that? 🙂

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cillhouette,
    It is a shame that there aren’t more of you.

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  9. Cillhouette says:

    Thank you Fuzzie!
    How hard was that, I ask myself… 😉

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  10. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cillhouette,
    I am beginning to se that most of it is mindset. Sucess or failure, it’s all up to her.

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  11. Tarnished says:

    I think that this came from taking men for granted.

    Don’t take anyone for granted. Nor life in general. You have absolutely no way of telling if they or it will be snatched from you in an instant. I mean, I could die in a car accident tomorrow. I hope not, obviously, but the chance is certainly there. It is a fine balance between simultaneously preparing for the future and living as though each day is your last…but it makes life that much sweeter if you can.

    It isn’t difficult to do little things everyday to let those you cherish know you love them, or to notice the smallest of nature’s miracles.

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    It’s so easy to stand out! All we have to do is be pleasant. How hard is that?

    Indeed. And this is what is so frustrating with respect to modern women. Being pleasant is not difficult, and they can’t even do that.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Don’t take anyone for granted.

    There is that. And also appreciate all that he does.

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I just thouhgt of asking Big Red to be pleasant. I can’t stop laughing!

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  15. molly says:

    HAHAHAHAHA!
    Fuzzie asks Big Red to be pleasant
    BR’s reply “WTF is that? A-A-N-Y WAY!! WTF is that?”
    😛

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  16. Yoda says:

    Good bear video this is

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  17. molly says:

    BR has vocal tics, eh. Lol

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!
    It is good to see you! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    I am still laughing about asking BR to be pleasant.

    Yoda,
    Most excellent bear video that was.
    Little cub stay awake he cannot.
    One of my favorites this is.

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  19. SFC Ton says:

    Apparently being pleasant is difficult, perhaps that is an extension of women’s inherent nature; self absorbed/ entitled, insecure etc. Where parents use to train and civilized kids now they tend to just let them roam feral

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  20. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Be pleasant??? Who, Moi????
    Asks Big Red.
    I am still laughing.

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  21. Tarnished says:

    Slightly OT snippet from Forbes.com:

    At a moment in history when the American conversation seems to be obsessed with bringing attention to women in the workplace (check out “The End of Men,” or Google “gender paygap” for a primer), it seems a remarkable chasm between what we’d like to see (more women in the corporate ranks) and what we’d like for ourselves (getting out of Dodge). But it’s true: according to our survey, 84% of working women told ForbesWoman and TheBump that staying home to raise children is a financial luxury they aspire to.

    What’s more, more than one in three resent their partner for not earning enough to make that dream a reality.

    “I think what we’re seeing here is a backlash over the pressure we’ve seen for women to perform, perform, perform both at work and at home,” says Leslie Morgan-Steiner, the author of Mommy Wars: Stay-at-Home and Career Moms Face Off on Their Choices, Their Lives, Their Families. “Over the past three to five years we’ve seen highly educated women—who we’d imagine would be the most ambitious—who are going through med school, getting PhDs with the end-goal in mind of being at home with their kids by age 30.”

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  22. Tarnished says:

    What’s more, more than one in three resent their partner for not earning enough to make that dream a reality.

    Thought this part very…interesting…I did.

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    The family life with kids isn’t best suited for two people working outside the home. And the working inside the home ie being an old school wife and mother is not undervalued by the progressives but hated and despised

    At the end of it all progressivism is about hatered of your forefathers, traditions, culture and values. In this case it’s hating the your mom or grandmother. Or was. Now most folks mother’s and grandmothers were feminists too

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    That they would resent their partners for not making enough when they are competing in the labor pool?

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  25. SFC Ton says:

    On Tarns quote about women resenting their partners not making enough money for them to stay home

    You know what those women are not willing to do? Reduce their standard of living so they can stay home. I’ve meet maybe 5 chicks willing to live with less material prosperity to stay home and tend to hearth and home.

    Sadly, past generations of White men were dumb enough to give women options

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  26. Spawny Get says:

    Feminists push men to the margins. Only an economic disaster can bring them back

    trigger warning – article uses words such as gyno-centric and misandric

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  27. Cill says:

    Big Red try to be pleasant? In ridding herself of unpleasantness, she’d be left with no personality.

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  28. Cill says:

    “Many complaints regarding how this exchange broke down revolve around feminism, and there is some merit to this. But the real culprit in my opinion is consumerist technological advance.”

    There were also 2 world wars that brought women into the work force.

    Brother blurkel, I have to question “real culprit”. Technology and Daddy State did make men optional in the home, but it was Feminism that drove a wedge between the sexes… and that’s when the real breakdown occurred.

    I would argue that a build-up of hostility towards men was the real culprit, and Feminism was the cause of it. Feminism invented the Patriarchy bogeyman, threw scorn on the stay-at-home mum and preached the obsolescence of the male.

    The Patriarchy bogeyman led to the crusade for “diversity”, and the leaders of that crusade were female. In the 1990s I listened to an hour-long BBC radio production in which they interviewed the “culture officers” (i.e. crusaders for diversity) from most of the major cities in England. Every one of them was a woman, and they all had the same basic message, which was to encourage change away from the indigenous culture and its misogynistic racist values. It was an attack on the indigenous men.

    In the 1990s female “leaders” in education deliberately changed education to favor girls. I remember their debates and comments on TV. I was just a kid, but I couldn’t help but be aware that this was targeted at me because of my gender. This feminist campaign could not have succeeded without a backdrop of hostility towards males.

    During that period, whenever any research indicated that fathers might have some value for children after all, there would be a predictable howl of outrage from the feminists saying the research was misogynistic and disrespectful to solo mothers.

    The breakdown of marriage, the creation of the most negative possible stereotype for men, the biases in education, government spending, health, education, the media, and the law, none of this would have happened without Feminism as the major player.

    Technology alone could not make men optional in the home. Daddy State was needed as well, and that’s where Feminism comes in. It was Feminism that drove a wedge between the sexes.

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Cill,
    Big Red. Pleasant. It boggles the mind. It may require a change in hair color.
    Good comment on how feminism drove the wedge.

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  30. Cill says:

    Do you reckon a change in hair color would be enough Fuzzy? I’m seeing her beady eyes, gaping mouth, head thrust forward like an angry hippo…

    a head transplant might do it. 😀

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  31. Yoda says:

    Low this is

    I received a disturbing warning today from a source I trust.

    The short version is: if you are any kind of open-source leader or senior figure who is male, do not be alone with any female, ever, at a technical conference. Try to avoid even being alone, ever, because there is a chance that a “women in tech” advocacy group is going to try to collect your scalp.

    http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=6907

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  32. Yoda says:

    Due process for me but not for thee they desire,

    . The University of Virginia and Virginia Democrats lobbied the Education Department to provide the school due process, something not afforded to its own students.

    Specifically, the university wanted due process and fair treatment from the Education Department as it investigated the school for violations of the anti-gender discrimination law known as Title IX. But when the school conducts Title IX investigations of students accused of sexual assault, such due process is nowhere to be found.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/university-wants-due-process-for-itself-but-not-its-male-students/article/2575632

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  33. Yoda says:

    Use hippo image much you do.

    Perhaps use pictures of Ms. Drake you could instead

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  34. Yoda says:

    Where parents use to train and civilize kids, now they tend to just let them roam feral

    Too busy working the Moms are.
    Neutered Dad also they did
    Bad all of this is

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 4:13pm,
    This has always been a hazard but, that they are looking to set up people with false accusations is a new wrinkle. Involve more than one person anit it’s conspirocy.

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  36. Yoda says:

    . You know what those women are not willing to do? Reduce their standard of living so they can stay home. .

    What purpose the increased standard of living it is?
    For status it would be?
    Benefit the children it does?

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    It is hard to tighten the belt.

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  38. Tarnished says:

    What purpose the increased standard of living it is?

    I’ve puzzled over this for years.
    Now, my friends, you should know that the majority of my family is moderately materialistic, not just the womenfolk. My mom and sisters desire clothing, shoes, and jewelry…my brother desires giant TVs, gaming consoles, and the shiniest cell phones…stepfather desires numerous cars. When we all lived at home, his mid 6 figure income + mom’s high 5 figure income made this “collecting” easy.

    But now that my mom is divorced and every child is on their own…well, let’s just say credit cards should be illegal until one can prove financial maturity.

    As to why they need Stuff? Status. Status everywhere. The ability to show off the expenditure of money.

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  39. Tarnished says:

    I prefer collecting good memories. Hence, my brain is more important than any amount of Stuff I could possibly own beyond that required for a decent life.

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  40. True some women like Red revel in all this, but I’d argue some women have been duped by the herd into chasing after rainbows. First you need the degree and the corporate job title, then you need to land a man with an income large enough to make sure being a stay at home mom won’t dent your lifestyle. But realistically, how many such men are there? Except the feminists never encouraged women to think how statistically impossible that was, unless you were already born into a trust fund situation and could actually expect to land the elusive American aristocrat man. That’s the modern princess fairy tale, but as any mid-30s single gal working some job in New York could tell you, if she’s being honest, for most it just doesn’t turn out like that. So what do they do? Turn into Big Red and blame men!

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    I don’t think that they turn into Big Red. At least, I hope not. What I think happens is that they get disillusioned. After that, I think it is up to the individual. I guess that a lot would rather blame men then themselves.

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  42. Indeed Fuzzie, let’s hope not. I guess another way to say it might be girls have been oversold this “”you can have it all!” stuff for nearly 40 years. Except in reality very few people “have it all.” But then anything less seems like losing. Perhaps that’s part of the frivorce picture, women were not told, “you’ll probably have an average life/husband/income/house/car.” Or even to “be thankful to achieve average!” So the expectation is just too much, leading to disillusionment? Every sahm expected to be Princess Kate or Carolyn Kennedy or Amal Clooney?

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  43. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    This “having it all” illusion has done a lot of damage. You’d think that with only twehnty four hours in a day, it would be plain to see as impossible.

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  44. You’d think Fuzzie but I know more than one woman irl who still can’t seem to get that.

    New post along those lines: http://notesfromaredpillgirl.com/2015/11/05/have-a-gratitude-attitude/

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  45. Yoda says:

    Men rarely “have it all” they do
    Why women this expectation they do have?

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  46. Gods, it somehow became the mantra of the women’s movement, and told to practically every little girl over the past four decades. On the surface it’s positive, right? “Go girl!” But in reality I think it’s created an entitlement, “gimmie, gimmie, gimmie, more, more, more” mentality. Enough is never enough. But by trying to have it all, so many are destroying or missing all they do have.

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  47. Oops Yoda, not gods! Lol. Darn autocorrect

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  48. Yoda says:

    . But by trying to have it all, so many are destroying or missing all they do have.

    True this would be.
    Deeply implanted the message is.
    How to overcome it one wonders

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  49. Yoda says:

    . As to why they need Stuff? Status. Status everywhere. The ability to show off the expenditure of money.

    Work to buy things to impress people they do not like these people do
    Odd this would be

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  50. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    It’s hard to believe that such self indulgence is made morally justified by feminism.
    What were they thinking?

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  51. blurkel says:

    The Book of Response

    @ Ton

    …women don’t have to treat men well to get a draft horse…. I mean husband.

    It’s past time they did, isn’t it?

    @tarnishedsophia

    What’s more, more than one in three [women] resent their partner for not earning enough to make that [SAHM] dream a reality.

    I LIVED this when I was young. I’ve written about it in the past.

    @ Bloom

    …you need to land a man with an income large enough to make sure being a stay at home mom won’t dent your lifestyle. But realistically, how many such men are there? Except the feminists never encouraged women to think how statistically impossible that was, unless you were already born into a trust fund situation and could actually expect to land the elusive American aristocrat man.

    I agree with all of your comment excerpt. But I have to note that my grandmother was no feminist, yet she promoted this idea into her surviving daughters. It showed every time my mother would drive through the wealthier suburbs of Chicago and drool over the homes she saw there.

    Once she finished destroying my father, she started a company and made a LOT of money providing supplementary staffing to hospitals. She could have invested in such a home, but she had no clue what to do with money. My brother stole hundreds of thousands from her that we can account for, which took care of those dreams. She died broke. He went to prison.

    @ Ton

    On Tarns quote about women resenting their partners not making enough money for them to stay home

    You know what those women are not willing to do? Reduce their standard of living so they can stay home.

    You ever live through a Chicago winter without heat, Ton? I did. My mom was stay-at-home at the time, and my dad had her and four kids to feed. The furnace broke down, and there was no money to pay for it. I detest being cold to this day.

    This could have been prevented if one of two things were done differently by my parents: Have mom work (as an RN, she could earn twice what my dad could), or stop listening to the religious freaks who will never have kids telling them to keep making babies they couldn’t afford because GAWD sedd so.

    @ Fuzzie

    I guess that a lot would rather blame men then themselves.

    It’s what my grandmother did, it’s what my mother did, it’s what my aunts did, it’s what my sisters did…

    Notice a pattern here?

    @ Bloom

    Every sahm expected to be Princess Kate or Carolyn Kennedy or Amal Clooney?

    Kate comes from money, and Amal Clooney is a barrister. Neither one ever had to live on plain pasta without anything else for a week as I did as a kid, or wear hand-me-downs.

    @cillintj

    There were also 2 world wars that brought women into the work force.

    Large numbers of women worked the armaments factories on both sides of the American Civil War. Without enough men to marry afterwards, many continued to hold down jobs to support themselves. I’ve not researched the feminists of that era, but I bet they were vocal supporters of that effort. Such emancipation made possible the likes of Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nellie_Bly ), who proved that Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days was possible to do in reality, among other things.

    Once that jinn was out of the bottle, there was no putting it back. The World Wars only spread things about to a wider audience.

    @ Yoda

    I received a disturbing warning today from a source I trust….

    Any time guys who never attracted girls find themselves the object of feminine pursuit, that is enough to set off the warning alarms.

    Too busy working the Moms are.
    Neutered Dad also they did
    Bad all of this is

    Based on my personal history related above, maybe your observation should read:

    Neutered Dads too busy working for the Moms they are.
    Bad all of this is.

    How to overcome it one wonders

    Figure that out, and The Force will bow to your greater power.

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    There is a new post.

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  53. Tarnished says:

    Blurkel,

    A lot of your stories regarding “growing up without” are quite similar to stories told by my love about his own life. Only difference is his parents were more like FB’s or Cill’s and were a true couple.

    I kid how he and I come from such distinctly different wealth. His family was poor as dirt, but had much love…mine had lots of money, but was completely screwed up in the love department. If it wasn’t for my grandmothers, I’d likely be as my siblings, and consider material possessions as reflections of care.

    Maybe this is what has happened to more and more women? Do they think getting Stuff is the same as getting love?

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  54. blurkel says:

    @tarnishedsophia

    Do they think getting Stuff is the same as getting love?

    A Kiss begins with Kay

    He went to Jared

    16 separate jewelers ads: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL179BEC30F4958835

    You tell me.

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  55. SFC Ton says:

    Ever live through a Georgia summer with no ac? I grew up in the 6th poorest county in the usa, had two kids on an e4 salary and have spent years in the 3rd world. I’m pretty familiar with poverty

    However, there are things people certainly can live without. Let’s face it, some large number of working wives and mothers, maybe even a majority of working White women, are not working to ensure the family has heat in the winter but to afford a mc mansion, two new cars etc etc .

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    I am more materialistic then the next three fellas combined but what I wasn’t/ isnt is in a rush. I didn’t expect to have a muscle car, three bikes, a truck and a house full of guns by the time I was 20

    I also built value. ‘re modeled two homes, built those bikes from salvaged titles and what have you

    Some days I reckon it is not the being materialistic that does the damage it’s being in a rush. Also I am into durable goods. The things I am passionate about and collect can last generations and tend to hold their value. My 03 terminator being the expection to that rule but it is also th only brand new car or what have you I’ve ever purchased

    Which should not come across as an apology for materialism but there are ways to do things.

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  57. SFC Ton says:

    Want to rift on Tarns comparing and contrasting regarding her childhood and her FB’s childhood. She made an excellent point an one of my soap box topics.

    Most folks don’t have it easy in life they just have it different. The wealthiest man I know worries all the time about keeping his employees employed and their families feed. He has a mountain cabin, a house on a barrier island with 360 ocean views and a nice house in a nice city but carries the weight of the world

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  58. blurkel says:

    @ Ton

    Ever live through a Georgia summer with no ac?

    What makes a Georgia summer worse than a Chicago summer with no AC? I didn’t have AC until I moved to California.

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    What’s AC?
    😉

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  60. Yoda says:

    AC air conditioning it would be

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  61. Cill says:

    The biggest single difference between homes in NZ and homes in USA or Europe is the lack of cloak areas in NZ. New Zealanders are forever walking in and out of their homes, so they wear the same amount of clothing indoors and outdoors. They don’t need a place to hang their coats when they enter a house. Foreigners like to remove outer clothing when they enter, which is the reason why they find NZ homes too cold in the Winter.

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  62. Yoda says:

    . Foreigners like to remove outer clothing when they enter,

    Moe remove his clothes when enter he does?

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