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Girls / young women have always been in competition with each other to obtain the perceived best man. By social convention, in the past, this competition was often formalized and consequently muted. In the modern world, we are seeing the wisdom of those ways; as what is being allowed in their hypergamic combat continually escalates. Elements such as clothes, in-out groups, slutty behaviors, etc. are now more accentuated than in times past.
Are there possible solutions here. And by “solution”, I mean “a way to raise a daughter who will not fall into that trap?” That is a good question. And if readers have ideas for solutions, by all means post them.
But before discussing possible solutions, consider how the typical hypergamic combat all comes about. Teen girls see other teen girls doing things designed to gather sexual attention, they decide that seems like something that they might like, and then “decide” to do it. It is often not really a decision, rather it is something that they never really think about (i.e. not much cognitive activity here) and it something that just happens. Besides, the other girls are doing it, especially the popular ones; and who wants to be left out. Furthermore there is a crabs in a bucket dynamic invariably happening, where girls who deep down know that they are doing something wrong find solace in dragging others down to their level.
In schools, the above is pervasive. Just about the only way to avoid it might be some expensive private schools (though probably not), and homeschooling. With homeschooling, a teen does not need to marinate in it, and can be introduced to it in small doses. Hopefully inoculation can be the result.
On the flip side, by not slutting it up, and accumulating all of the baggage from doing so, a teen can mature into a high desirable woman. The term desirable here needs some clarification. It is all about desirability for marriage, not for casual sex. Men do not want to marry sluts, especially ones with lots of baggage. If played correctly, with training in feminine skills and virtues, the young woman might have her choice from a bevy of fine suitors.
Of course, teens are not particularly interested in impulse control. They desire fun, and want it now. So getting buy in might be difficult. Since teens are not particularly cognitive yet, appealing to facts and logic might not be enough. Though, pointing out trainwrecks might do the tricks. Does anybody have ideas on getting a teen’s buy in?
Would this work? I dunno. But it is probably a better approach than just letting stuff happen.