Why are a lot of women on here so hypocritical???

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ApsieGuy
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09 Oct 2010, 2:59 pm

-I want an emotionally stable guy...despite not being emotionally stable myself

-I won't date an aspie.....even though im one

-I want a good looking guy even if im not good looking


Does this irritate anyone????


I know this probably won't end well though.



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09 Oct 2010, 3:00 pm

Sounds like what many of the Aspie guys here say.


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09 Oct 2010, 3:05 pm

Metal_Man wrote:
Sounds like what many of the Aspie guys here say.



Good point

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09 Oct 2010, 3:06 pm

sounds more like society in general.


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09 Oct 2010, 3:10 pm

DemonAbyss10 wrote:
sounds more like America in general.


fixed 8O

Yes, I live in America



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09 Oct 2010, 3:15 pm

ApsieGuy wrote:
DemonAbyss10 wrote:
sounds more like America in general.


fixed 8O

Yes, I live in America


The numerous non-American female posters here will be relieved to be removed from your rant.



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09 Oct 2010, 3:17 pm

Janissy wrote:
ApsieGuy wrote:
DemonAbyss10 wrote:
sounds more like America in general.


fixed 8O

Yes, I live in America


The numerous non-American female posters here will be relieved to be removed from your rant.



Lol, Ive been making generalizations and ranting all day.


I need to cut this crap out. just a little bitter today



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09 Oct 2010, 3:44 pm

I've never seen any woman on here posting about how they want an "emotionally stable" guy.
As far as dating an aspie is concerned, people shouldn't look for a carbon copy of themselves.
As far as looks go, i've said my piece on that. I need not say any more.

This thread can rot in hell.



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09 Oct 2010, 4:03 pm

Women on here being hypocritical? NO. Women on here being egotisical? YES.

End of story.



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09 Oct 2010, 4:04 pm

I don't want an aspie man because I don't think he could give me the emotional connection I need, most aspie men's obsessions seem to be things that put me to sleep (anime, video games, math, computers), and I need someone laidback to contrast my penchant for getting overwhelmed.

I have eye disorders, does that mean I should only date another visually impaired person because he would understand my frustrations? Should I only date guys with tremors because no non-tremored person would want me? Should I only date black men since we share the same subculture?



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09 Oct 2010, 4:07 pm

ApsieGuy wrote:
-I want an emotionally stable guy...despite not being emotionally stable myself


I don't like when I see this in real life, but I haven't actually noticed it here. It seems women who have been burned become cynical, and it comes across as being unstable. If you meet a woman who's actually unstable and moans about the instability of guys, move on. They'll never see their own hypocrisy.

ApsieGuy wrote:
-I won't date an aspie.....even though im one


I've only noticed one girl here make this assertion.

ApsieGuy wrote:
-I want a good looking guy even if im not good looking


I despise when women pull this crap. I cannot ******* stand it. They can be bordering on morbidly obese, and only chase the college athletes. They can be pockmarked like a warthog and scoff when they find out you only make (God forbid) 20 grand, and it doesn't matter if they're living off a sibling. It's like the ones who aren't that attractive don't know they have to bring something to the table that qualifies them for what they're looking for. And besides, if they do manage to enter into a relationship with that guy, all he's gonna do is use them for sex.

ApsieGuy wrote:
Does this irritate anyone????


That last one irritates EVERYONE.



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09 Oct 2010, 4:13 pm

hale_bopp wrote:
I've never seen any woman on here posting about how they want an "emotionally stable" guy.
As far as dating an aspie is concerned, people shouldn't look for a carbon copy of themselves.
As far as looks go, i've said my piece on that. I need not say any more.

This thread can rot in hell.


+1

Making gross generalizations and attacking people without justification never does anyone any good.

If you are feeling bitter or upset and need to vent maybe you should consider posting in the Haven about what's actually generating these feelings in your personal life, rather than attacking others.


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09 Oct 2010, 4:27 pm

CaptainTrips222 wrote:
ApsieGuy wrote:
-I want an emotionally stable guy...despite not being emotionally stable myself


I don't like when I see this in real life, but I haven't actually noticed it here. It seems women who have been burned become cynical, and it comes across as being unstable. If you meet a woman who's actually unstable and moans about the instability of guys, move on. They'll never see their own hypocrisy.

ApsieGuy wrote:
-I won't date an aspie.....even though im one


I've only noticed one girl here make this assertion.

ApsieGuy wrote:
-I want a good looking guy even if im not good looking


I despise when women pull this crap. I cannot ******* stand it. They can be bordering on morbidly obese, and only chase the college athletes. They can be pockmarked like a warthog and scoff when they find out you only make (God forbid) 20 grand, and it doesn't matter if they're living off a sibling. It's like the ones who aren't that attractive don't know they have to bring something to the table that qualifies them for what they're looking for. And besides, if they do manage to enter into a relationship with that guy, all he's gonna do is use them for sex.

ApsieGuy wrote:
Does this irritate anyone????


That last one irritates EVERYONE.




Actually, I noticed all the fat girls stopped hitting on me when I got in "bodybuilder"shape. So, it might not be QUITE as bad as be both think.

I still get hit on by the ugly ones though(my face is mediocre)



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09 Oct 2010, 4:31 pm

sunshower wrote:
hale_bopp wrote:
I've never seen any woman on here posting about how they want an "emotionally stable" guy.
As far as dating an aspie is concerned, people shouldn't look for a carbon copy of themselves.
As far as looks go, i've said my piece on that. I need not say any more.

This thread can rot in hell.


+1

Making gross generalizations and attacking people without justification never does anyone any good.

If you are feeling bitter or upset and need to vent maybe you should consider posting in the Haven about what's actually generating these feelings in your personal life, rather than attacking others.


Hear hear.



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09 Oct 2010, 4:31 pm

I notice a lot of that in real life from both genders, it's not just an american thing. I didn't notice any woman here having this attitude ...except Erisad.