Do you think this is true (not for everyone)?

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20 Jun 2022, 3:11 am

temp1234 wrote:
One of the lecturers mentioned sexism against men during the lecture. The lecturer was female. She said that a man without a wife or girlfriend in some social situations is seen as a loser as if something were wrong with him, while a woman without a husband or boyfriend is seen as independent and respectable. For example, a work-related party etc where everyone brings a partner with them*. So a woman is socially accepted either way, but a man has to have a female partner to be socially accepted. Maybe this could be a factor making men more desperate for a relationship than women are?


Well, this particular idea is not prejudiced but a fact. Since it’s a woman who does a choosing, logic implies that single woman is picky while single man is a loser.

But this leads to two questions:

1) How did it happen that women to the choosing, given that the number of men and women is roughly the same

2) Since single men are losers why not help them out to get out of their predicament?



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20 Jun 2022, 3:16 am

kraftiekortie wrote:
The “lonely men sending messages to lonely women” should, if they are “forward in expressing their desires,” seek to be less “forward” in expressing their desires—and instead write to these women things they would write to their friends.


By forward do you mean sexually explicit? If so, then they aren’t so lonely after all, they are just jerks.

I didn’t write messages here on WP, but I wrote plenty of messages on “Christian dating for free” (CDFF). None of them are sexually explicit, yet most of them didn’t get any replies.