When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I was watching women, trying to make sense of it all. I was told all sorts of things, that women were wonderful, were nice, were moral, were caring, etc. I noticed that this was not exactly the case. I couldn’t really put together a good model of what the situation was; with that being an embarrassment to me now. But I did notice that large swaths of women, far far more than the majority, were everything but wonderful, nice, moral and caring.
So I wondered if there were actually good women out there. After contemplation, I surmised that the answer was yes. But how would I ever find one? Based on what seemed to be the percentages, I thought that it would be just too hard, so I more or less just gave up for a long time.
But what drove the nail in the coffin was that almost all of the women that I saw were just not appealing from the character/morality/femininity perspective. They were terrible ambassadors for women in general. So it wasn’t just the long odds that were a driving force; it was the rather sour taste that women in general had given me.