"what men like" is diverse because men are diverse.
Bitches was already taken.
(Easy ladies....just joking)
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The problem with feminism is it tells women they don't need men, and this is a false premise. It is as false as telling men they don't need women.
Men and women are different, complimentary, and should not convince themselves that they are better off independent. We are always better off together.
Despite what that old fool Maureen Dowd says to make her unappealing self feel better, I would say that most men prefer smart women. I know I do. Nothing grates on your skin like being around dumb people all the time.
You know the type. Their male counterpart is that type we refer to as "assholes", but I digress.
At one point in a meeting she had been acting particularly misandrystic with some of the other women in the gathering, and she came out with that old canard bemoaning her life, "Where have all the good men gone?"
To which I sweetly replied, "You're too late. They're married to the good women".
my lady had a phd. AND she's smart as well. ther reason that a lot of 'smoart women' can't find a guy is they ther're dumb enough to beleive the feminist agenda. nobody decent is gonna hang around a woman who constantly bashes men, and whines about how bad it is to be a woman.
real smart women are highly attractive to good men. very much so.
Has Dowd considered the possibility that she's a miserable beyotch?
Smart women frequently marry men who aren't as intelligent as they are, but successful women are loath to settle for men who aren't as high on the social or corporate ladder. The higher she climbs, the fewer the romantic options.
A typical argument women like to use is: "Men just can't accept a stong, independant woman"
I'd liek to see one describe the difference between "strong and independent" and "self centered, and uncompromising"
That constitutes less success. They stay single until their fertility is almost gone. Furthermore, they have less of their lives to spend with their spouse. Marrying at 35 is not "just as good" as marrying at 25.
Now that I've finished my education and have a decent-paying job, I'm less interested in "finding a man" than I was before. I'm more interested in home decorating, salvaging my finances after years of student loans, and getting good at my job. I'm finally getting my life set up the way I want and honestly, I'm a little afraid that a man will kind of mess it up. I like men (they smell good) but I don't like cleaning up after them, or watching them spend money on things we don't need while things we do need (IMO) go unsatisfied.
Yes. Yes we do! ;-)
(I know that was a bit smarmy, but it was just too easy to pass up!)
The problem is women who confuse "smart" with "educated." No amount of education will make a bitter moonbat smart.
I don't mind strong, career minded women at all, provided that they are not spoiled, obnoxious, self-absorbed, selfish, materialistic control freaks as my experience has led me to believe many of them are.
All I know is that being married to a smart woman has been good for my health, my finances, and my love life.