The thing wrong with all the females.

Don’t get any wrong idea because of the title, I’m not going to judge or complain about you beautiful souls, I just want to share an observation about you that you don’t seem to understand yourself. You can’t, you couldn’t have seen it because you live it, this might be a trap that you created for yourself out of complete unawareness of a male mind. I say a male mind because a male mind and a female mind work very differently, and in our current world where things are changing drastically, where male and female are somewhat becoming equal, you, as a female, you highly need to understand what a male mind goes through if you want to co-exist in the modern world as equals. Let’s start the argument from the beginning.

Females from a very young age are adored for their beauty, why not, they are, and as they grow older, their beauty becomes the centre of everything. They are approached by males because of their beauty, they are highly favoured if they are beautiful, they get a lot of attention because of their beauty, this might not be right to say but females do get a lot of advantages than males because of their beauty, and with this kind of favours and advantages, from a very young age, females begin to perceive beauty as the way of life. That’s why there are all kinds of cosmetics and designer clothes and jewelleries to make them feel beautiful. But do you really need all those things to feel beautiful?

Apart from the females, males are not that concerned about their looks because the society doesn’t grow them that way. A male is grown to be more concerned about his life, about how he is going to make a living, and because of the pressure the society puts on them they perceive work as their way of life. That’s the basic difference between the minds of a male and a female. A female mind prioritize beauty, and a male mind prioritize work. Because of this very difference in their priorities, there is always a conflict between the two genders. The conflict is not because we want to fight with each other, it is because that’s how we are grown by the society, and because of the way that the society builds the females, it leaves them very vulnerable. A man can always go on with his life, anyone can go on with their lives if they know how to make a living, but females are meant to just look good which doesn’t guarantee them a way of making a living. This as a result, makes the females become dependent on the males. Somebody might have had this thought to dominate the females and somehow, they managed to convince the entire world that this was the way of the world. It could be some another conspiracy but nobody talks about it—but that’s not my point.

Females do get a lot of appreciation and attention at a young age from the males because that’s the age when both the genders are able to live carefree. They are mostly in schools or colleges for which they are dependent on their parents. At this point of their lives they both are equally available as none of them have much idea about the real world, but as things start getting real, and the society makes them sure of their priorities, things begin to change.

Males become inclined to work while females stick with looking beautiful, males focus their full concentration on making a living while females stick with looking beautiful, males find work stressful and complain about it but all the females care about is looking beautiful. And after a point the difference between their priorities become difficult for each other, things fall apart—males seem to lose interest from the females they adored so much leaving them back to vulnerability. At this point females think they are not appreciated and don’t get much attention because they don’t look good anymore, which gives business to plastic surgeons, make-up industries, body augmenters, and maybe, feminism?

The thing that females need to keep in mind is that you are beautiful, you are very beautiful whatever the way you are, but your world doesn’t have to revolve around it. Know that we are appreciated for what we do, not for how we look. Appreciation of looks might matter at the young age when we are not mature enough to understand the real world, but it doesn’t matter when you are a full-grown adult. So suck it up and focus on the work, you will be appreciated and adored.

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213 thoughts on “The thing wrong with all the females.

  1. Add into that compilation…the natural “mating” game, with hormones & testosterone; males focus (in very general terms) goes to the ability to attract & keep a female…is logically (because females are more attracted to brains &/or security than looks) making a living. Whereas the female looks at her beauty…for the obvious reasons; males, lead by testosterone are attracted to beauty. Then due to socialized conditioning…both are very susceptible to the pitfalls of each.

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    1. Not exactly. It’s said more than 10 per cent of children are not sired by their official father, the security provider. In fact, very often the securer is not appreciated as “sexy”. During ovulation, women check on the genes of a possible mate alone🙂That man is 100 % sexy, which means his genes improve our own, but he maybe is a terrible mate, not the kind we’d marry or even villainous🙂

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  2. This is full of sh**. “A female mind prioritize beauty, and a male mind prioritize work.” I’m a female and I’ve always prioritized doing well in school and later in work, as most other females I’ve known through the years. What planet are you from! 😦

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    1. I can’t believe you actually believe what you’ve written and that you could possibly have such a limited view point of men and women and our differences. I am guessing you had a couple of bad experiences with women and came to these extreme conclusions. Yes, men and women think differently and studies show this but it’s not about work vs. beauty. A study of history will teach that women were the property of men and were not allowed to work or would be looked down upon to do so and so a woman’s goal to be attractive was critical to her survival as it was almost her only option in life. That was then this is now. I don’t know any women that focus solely on their beauty and that don’t work – perhaps you watch too much TV and those reality shows which aren’t at all real. Over 2 billion dollars are spent by men annually on cosmetic surgery so case closed on the ludicrous view that men don’t focus on their own appearance.I am a woman and nothing you shared about women applies – I have always focused on work and supporting myself and yeah at the same time I wear make up and do my best to look good because I care about myself – that’s not for beauty’s sake that is because it’s part of my self care and it helps me to feel good to look my best and that is much more than cosmetics. It’s lifestyle, healthy living, etc. So yeah, hopefully after reading so many comments by women you are becoming educated on the reality versus what you posted. Lastly, the other part about men only being attracted to young women when they’re young too because everyone is free at that time – no, absolutely inaccurate statement. It is because women are young that men are attracted to them – men have always been and men will always be attracted to young women no matter what age they are. E.g. older men wanting young women is SO commonplace it has become the norm. Not all men are this immature/shallow but the majority of men are.

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      1. The young women always have trouble in finding out if the man is attracted to them (as a person) or to their looks and role ( as representant of The Young Woman). That’s very hard. I know it from myself.

        The other trouble of young women is that older men looking for young women mostly are very able consumers. They never stop consuming, so one young woman is not sufficient for them. As soon as they consumed one young woman she is placed in the collector’s shelf and the consumer’s hunt for the next, better, fresher object starts anew. As we all are raised as consumers and a high level of consumption is praised, the attitude towards young women is maintained.

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      2. hmm when I was young I never had trouble knowing if a man was attracted to me as most were – that part was the easy part. maybe you mean more whether or not a man is committed to them or not. I agree, most aren’t serious and most want to flit from flower to flower just like the bee.

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      1. Thanks for letting me know your thoughts, Jennifer. I felt like I couldn’t let his post go as a healthy perspective and I had to say something. Glad you agree! 🙂

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  3. First, I don’t think it is fully correct or fair for you to tag and bag either sex with these assumed absolutes. I believe you have written this with a mind of stirring the pot, so to speak. But in case you really believe what you wrote is true, I will assume you are either very young and inexperienced about “the mind of a woman” or you were raised and taught this by a very narrow minded community.

    There are plenty of men on planet earth who enjoy being taken care of by their intelligent, kick-ass women.
    Women are running businesses, fighting wars and countries and probably looking damn good while doing it, because they ENJOY looking a feeling good. They take pride in how they look. MOST DO NOT rely on beauty to get what they want. But I have seen men using their maleness in an office of women to act SUPERIOR. HMM?

    There are no absolutes in humankind, I don’t care where you live. Put labels on people and I guarantee they will slap you hard by proving your wrong, Every time.

    But this post was really for getting attention and sparking a conversation. Am I right? I hope so.

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  4. But since the writer said the world is changing, female’s minds are changing as well! There are more career women nowadays, and we can be both beautiful and hardworking :> I don’t think women focused on

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  5. But since the writer said the world is changing, female’s minds are changing as well! There are more career women nowadays, and we can be both beautiful and hardworking :>

    I don’t think women focused on being beautiful back in the days. They did care about beauty but that’s not the main focus. They focused on submitting to their husbands and taking care of the kids AND the house. That’s why most women were housewives, but now, we’re career women :>

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  6. I think it’s very unfair that you’re viewing beauty as something that only greatly benefits women when so often we’re body shamed and objectified and always made to feel not ‘good enough’ because we don’t meet an absurd beauty ideal that doesn’t exist and we can’t control.
    And I don’t think you can blame girls for feeling that way, when society systematically tells us that our worth is based on our appearance.
    Also I don’t know how many women you met who sit around and look pretty all day, I certainly haven’t met any and this may come as a shock, but female minds actually have the capacity to think about beauty AND work, if they choose to.

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  7. Interesting, but only true to a point as all generalizations are false (including this one). Not all women focus on their looks, but I agree that society definitely enforces the need to be beautiful and many, many, females are caught up in that trap. But there are males caught in it, as well, or why would so many of them be striving for that mostly unattainable “six-pack”?

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  8. I agree that men and women are different and the way we are raised is different because society treats us differently. This has been said endlessly throughout the decades. But in this piece you are mansplaining and you are doing it wrong, which makes it even worse. I’m not going to point out all the things that are wrong with what you wrote because you haven’t even done the most basic research in feminism and I’m not ok for the emotional labor that is going back to basics, but I really recommend you learn what the patriarchy is and how you can correct YOUR OWN thought to help us dismantle is.

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  9. Oh, this made me chuckle. Talking in absolutes is guaranteed to hit some nerves. Gender is a concept… masculine and feminine are different poles but all human beings are equal. Feminine grace is beautiful, as is feminine strength, as is women’s ability to step into their masculine. Perhaps you and I are talking about different worlds and different people.

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  10. I agree with this on many levels and disagree on a few, but that’s the idea isn’t it – to prompt and provoke, force thoughts. I appreciate it in that way. Perhaps I am not offended as others may be because I was never ‘beautiful’ even when young so I always had to work hard to get noticed by my efforts and accomplishments – notably harder than those blessed with feminine grace. So I have always seen this divide and been aware that those who benefit from it in any way, usually just do not as starkly. I agree with the previous comment about the attribution to genes and the biological mating aspect as that does indeed play into things more than we realize. Enjoyed the read!

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  11. It is not a true view of a female mind.
    We do not live for good looks and we are not even concerned about the way we look day-in, day-out.
    I have always beaten any male mind at any age. I work a lot in medical research, so, while there are profound differences, describing a female as dependent on their looks and spending life on that is ridiculous.
    Where I lived (Latvia, Europe) and live now (Canada), we do not sort out people based on male/female differences.
    Every person is unique, a whole universe, and they live their life differently, too.
    I believe you totally rushed in conclusions and generalized the entire female gender as being all the same which it absolutely isn’t.
    While show ladies, actresses and models might care a lot how they look, there a lot of other women who do not make the look priority.
    I’m not saying that because I look not good. I’ve always looked much younger and just fine. Well, it is quite terrible how wrong assumptions put down good people. Totally disagree with you on this matter. I’m not offended either because that’s what dumb people do: get offended by everything.
    I understand that any opinion has its chance to be expressed, I just simply never could agree with such a wide generalization of literally billions of people. Leave a space for distinction because there always is some.

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  12. Not all females were idolize by beauty when they came out the womb. Maybe because I have 3 older brothers. As much my mom wanted to make me “pretty” by wearing dresses and doing “girly” hairstyles, that wasn’t my thing. I was always dirty, had guy friends, and dressed as a boy. THerefore, I wasn’t viewed as beautiful. And that’s all the years before the age of 10. Around tween years, you think puberty would be kind to me. No it wasn’t. I was hairy, nerdy, still a tomboy, and fat. Therefore, no 10 yrs old boy thought I was cute. Girls in school agreed. And my parents were hopping the bandwagon on that. It didn’t get better until college. And even with that, nothing said hot like an easy girl. And I wasn’t easy. Long story short, I wasn’t really appreciated with my beauty until my late 20s. EVERYBODY, whether male or female has their own experience. Can’t generalize it because of observation you have seen from girls who have been genetically blessed since birth. Because I know plenty of men who heard, “Watch out for him! He’s going going to be a heartbreaker” because of their looks at a very young age.

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  13. I would guess you are still on the young and idealistic side of the demographic, and I hope you are yet to learn that the sector of the species you discuss here is limited and by no means a typical sample. Yes, there ARE females who live by these rules and there are males who are equally superficial, but one tends to avoid them if there is a choice. If we are wise, the partners we choose in life will have equivalent ethics, a common sense of humour, and complimentary professionalism (or otherwise!). None of the other things are important. Beauty is transitory unless it exists in the soul; outwardly we all must change, sometimes inwardly too. I hope the partner you have, or are yet to find, will be such a one, and you won’t be so shallow as to change them for a ‘newer model’ once the aspect you perceive as theirs begins to alter. BTW, did you say that sexual equality is almost reached? So the men are catching up at last, are they?

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  14. I believe it’s your own focus and the way you’re perceiving women’s behavior you’re questioning here. Appearances ARE important! Ask whomever who’s in a sociological influential position; be it a man or a woman. And any social interaction that hangs exclusively on this thread is doomed.

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  15. Reblogged this on Poemas con origen infinito and commented:
    I go to an association of feminists three times a week and I feel like I’m in the opposite position to your idea, enough universes are separating us from woman to woman to put us all in the same sack. We are simply energy, women also have masculine energy and men obviously also have feminine energy, in no case is appearance important. Thank you for reading my poetry

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  19. You are describing a past world. For some decades, women (at least from the western world) have begun to have an active role in society, to earn a living, in short: to assume life in the same way as men. But, it takes time to change the dominant patriarchal society model. Saludo.

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  20. So, at first, I found it so controversial that I wanted to laugh. It’s true to only a very small section of girls… not even women… just some girls. I’ve known a lot of the “female majority” who have been better than me in my studies and later in general life management skills (which includes finance). Change will take time… thank you for including the last paragraph. Good save.

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  21. I agree with Eliza. It’s not that black and white. First, I don’t see it as a female problem but as a societal problem. Second, I don’t see the “beauty problem” in myself or any of my female friends. We were part of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the 60s and 70s and many of us simply threw out those old rules.
    Thankfully, many of the men I know threw out those rules as well. They wouldn’t still be my friends if they hadn’t.

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  22. thanks for following us, i totally agree, most people focus on the beauty of the outside but they forget, that will be gone when we all reach 40+, but the true beauty is within that shows in our action and behaviour, be bold be you, that’s what every man needs.

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    1. Plus, we have no concept of beauty beyond 40+. In Germany the womens’ and beauty magazine “Brigitte” (by the way one of the more sophisticated mags covering that field) releases a 50+ issue twice a year. These “old” models dressed and styled so very elegant I admire so much. But if I show the pics to a younger colleague and say: “Wow, look at those beautiful women”, she or he simply doesn’t see what I mean. As if “old” is the only adjective to describe a woman 50+. I hope the “Brigitte” mag has more 50+ issues per year in their pipeline. There’s more older women than young, and young women age (mostly fearfully) and we older women must definitely get a look on ourselves that is a. positive and b. defines us as an “olympic class” of our own.

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  23. Take note of this prescription for a virtuous woman. Work, work and work is more pronounced here for a woman.

    A good woman is hard to find, and worth far more than diamonds. Her husband trusts her without reserve, and never has reason to regret it. Never spiteful, she treats him generously all her life long. She shops around for the best yarns and cottons, and enjoys knitting and sewing. She’s like a trading ship that sails to faraway places and brings back exotic surprises. She’s up before dawn, preparing breakfast for her family and organizing her day. She looks over a field and buys it, then, with money she’s put aside, plants a garden. First thing in the morning, she dresses for work, rolls up her sleeves, eager to get started. She senses the worth of her work, is in no hurry to call it quits for the day. She’s skilled in the crafts of home and hearth, diligent in homemaking. She’s quick to assist anyone in need, reaches out to help the poor. She doesn’t worry about her family when it snows; their winter clothes are all mended and ready to wear. She makes her own clothing, and dresses in colorful linens and silks. Her husband is greatly respected when he deliberates with the city fathers. She designs gowns and sells them, brings the sweaters she knits to the dress shops. Her clothes are well-made and elegant, and she always faces tomorrow with a smile. When she speaks she has something worthwhile to say, and she always says it kindly. She keeps an eye on everyone in her household, and keeps them all busy and productive. Her children respect and bless her; her husband joins in with words of praise: “Many women have done wonderful things, but you’ve outclassed them all!” Charm can mislead and beauty soon fades. The woman to be admired and praised is the woman who lives in the Fear-of- God . Give her everything she deserves! Festoon her life with praises!
    Proverbs 31:10‭-‬31 MSG
    https://bible.com/bible/97/pro.31.10-31.MSG

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  24. When speaking of human behaviors, I like to “take it back to the cave”.
    In other words, think about the human animal as it developed, and correlate this to the instincts we, as modern humans, seek to suppress.
    In this case, I believe the instincts behind some of this behavior (aside from the hormones and pheromones of actually dating-to-mating) are based on selection of quality mating material.
    In the world of ancient man, the female was pretty much stuck in the cave when nursing newborns. Human babies take a long, long time to grow and wean, longer than any other species.
    So the male role (not unlike other mating pairs) was to go out and get food to bring back to the cave.
    Using these simple parameters, it is clear that the physical condition of the female will attract better mates because she looks healthy and viable.
    The males in good physical condition and working hard, that is, fetching food, are deemed most worthy specimens to procreate with.
    Of course, mankind and its inherent insistence on overpowering natural instincts gets in the way to add all of that mental and social stress described so eloquently herein.

    Seek peace,

    Paz

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    1. Young women very often don’t look healthy at all. Older women very often look healthy. Plus, the human species is not fully grown until 22. So, the argument of “looking healthier” is pretty outdated🙂i rather assume that there were hardly any older women in the Stone Age, so the only concept of female attraction that is given by nature is the attraction of a young female.
      Thanks to God or evolution the human species is a learning and developing species🙂

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  25. It’s all in how you were raised. You appear to be raised in a traditional environment, I, a female, was raised in one of “you can do anything,” where my parents were more proud of my other qualities….kindness, brains, work ethic, and even humor…than they were about my beauty. The same for both my brothers and sisters.

    Looking at my friends who have babies, I see as much “Isn’t he beautiful?” as “Isn’t she beautiful?” Studies have been done that beautiful people of both genders are often more successful in their work. Is this fair and good? Beauty, after all, is often in your genetics….not something you have accomplished. I try to compliment other qualities in the children I know.

    Personally I have embraced my raising. Beauty is fine until you see that as your primary value. I believe the same about success at work. Give me a person of kindness, intelligence, and humor. Someone who notices the needs of others around them in the world. Someone who tackles their weaknesses and overcomes them. Someone who loves and embraces life. Those are the folks beautiful and successful to me.

    Get out there and meet some new females and really talk to them about what they find important. I think you’d find our minds way more complicated and interesting than you’re currently seeing.

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  26. Yeah… Female beauty creates advantages for them on so many levels and there is nothing that can be done about that because males likes to trophy beautiful females so the conclusion is whether you like it or not beautiful females will always have advantages.

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      1. You right women do prove themselves through their work just like males and they can be the best in what they do however sometimes males can favour women more especially curvy women for their own benefit not because of what they can do in work relevancy…

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      2. Yes but at the moment it’s just like that but now you women have created a strong movement which forces males to recognise you for what you are and for what you do so things are slowly but surely changing and maybe in the near future males and females will be seen as equals.

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  27. Well, you are very clever. I know you couldn’t possibly believe what you have written but what a fabulous way to piss people off and get them to interact! Hats off to you! Either that or you are very young and your world is about to be rocked. Me thinks you don’t quite have us sussed. Stereotypes aside…..

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  28. Ok, I get it that sometimes we have to simplify the extremes to make a point. I, personally have never felt “beautiful” nor was that ever a full blown focus of my life. As a woman who grew up in that transition time between the 50s and 60 s, I had to deal with a mother who expected me to go to collage to find a husband, not a career. She made it clear that my job was to produce grand children. I did neither. I found a wonderful career. I found a husband through our common interest in environmental preservation.

    I think one of the flaws in your thought process here, is that men and women are not all as shallow and superficial as your article makes them out to be. Each of us wants to find a life path that meets our financial and emotional needs. We need something that fulfills a purpose larger than just paying the bills. Men tend to search for money making careers because they are still feeling that they will be the main income producer when the woman is raising the kids. Women very often want to find an path of income that also support their nurturing and communication skills, even if they, like me, are not interested in reproducing. I think that’s partly why women make up the majority of educators in our society; not just because it was the only job they were allowed to have and maintain their reputation. Government, largely men, seems all about repressing the feminine. I think this is rooted in the transition from a matriarchal based society to patriarchal domination about 2,000 years in the past. I think it’s time for the pendulum to swing back again. Recent elections seems to reflect that need. Yes, there are differences between male and female. But as history repeats itself and tries to take women’s rights back to the 16th century, 21st century women will stand up and fight against this. We don’t have to “suck up” any more. It’s the male dominated power structure that needs to step aside for the greater good, and our future survival.

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  29. Only would a man dare to see how women should change. I’m appalled anyone, especially women, would even finish reading your post.
    Has it not occurred to you that in your first paragraph you are placing the need to change on a woman?
    ..”.you highly need to understand what a male mind goes through if you want to co-exist in the modern world as equals”
    Women are already equals co-existing in the world. The issue is the assumption that women are not equals.
    I believe if a male wants to co-exist in the modern world as an equal with a female, the male needs to understand the female mind and adjust.
    Why is the male role and standards more important than the female’s role and standards?
    Male superiority thrives on the belief that a man’s values are the proper/right/correct order. Who says?
    Men’s roles are being challenged in today’s world, causing a great deal of consternation, confusion, anger, aggression, and violence. This is a topic that needs to be explored by both sexes, all ages, as societies worldwide are undergoing a transformation from male dominance to a more balanced and equal existence.
    I want to welcome you to that little voice, and thank you for following my blog. Do be prepared to read strong feminist views that will call out chauvinism as we search for ways to promote equality not only among genders but also races, religious beliefs, and countries.

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      1. And how do you think you’re handling differing opinions? I sense a lot of raw emotion from your writings… many of which reminds me of how I think and feel when I was in my twenties. Sometimes it’s like deja vu.

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      2. Haha yeah, you got me there, I’m 21😇 I express myself but I try not to be assertive. I know I have a long way to go and a lot to learn. When I am faced with different opinions, I find it really interesting—it helps me to see things a bit differently.

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  30. You’re RIGHT. As a female who has always focused on developing her mind looks were never my priority. My work is who I am and will hopefully live on long after I’m gone. BUT in real time I know that looking good is the door opener in every contractual meeting or business arrangement. How
    I wish it were otherwise but a pretty face can still launch a thousand ships and seal a publishing deal.

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  31. I loved reading the comments way more than the article! 😀
    It is so heartening to know that women are not afraid to voice their opinion, which obviously points that they are way more than looks. Also, the men coming forth in their support is equally heart-warming.

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  32. What a ridiculous post. I don’t know what women you know but the ones I know are nothing like your description. My husband does care about how he looks. Bunch on nonsense but I think you wrote for just that reason. so you would get a lot of response. You succeeded.

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