Disturbing…


Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – Disturbing…

Disturbing…
MTinDallas
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MTinDallas

I guess what disturbs me more than anything else are the sweeping generalizations in the article and the “battle of the sexes” personal attacks on this Reader Response Forum.

Perhaps I’m being naive but isn’t every single relationship unique unto itself? What works for one, won’t work for others.

As a professional woman, I clearly don’t appreciate the edict to all men never to marry me. In response to some of the gents on this board, nor do I appreciate generalized slander of all men.

All professional women will not cheat on their husbands, all men do not expect their wives to cook three meals a day and darn socks. By insinuating that “statistics” support these trends, you have taken the personalization out of relationships that are between two human beings.

What I encourage EVERYONE to do is spend less energy classifying all or all women as one thing or other and expend a bit more improving your current situation as best you can.

08-28-2006 01:51 PM

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aldarris
Contributor
aldarris
The wisest post in the discussion.

What a pity people won’t heed, for throwing dirt at each other is a lot easier.
Often, I want to ask the most bitter posters — if you are so unhappy about things, then what is it that _you_ have done to improve yourself and the situation we are all in?

08-28-2006 02:05 PM

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Pam
Regular Visitor
Pam
Yes this is the most reasonable post I have seen re/ this article. Thank you very much.–Pam

08-28-2006 02:14 PM

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Cassius
Regular Contributor
Cassius
Relationships might be unique but the divorce laws that one out of 2 married men has to face are not.

08-28-2006 02:28 PM

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Doc_Savage
Regular Contributor
Doc_Savage

MTinDallas wrote:
I guess what disturbs me more than anything else are the sweeping generalizations in the article and the “battle of the sexes” personal attacks on this Reader Response Forum.

Perhaps I’m being naive but isn’t every single relationship unique unto itself? What works for one, won’t work for others.

Yes your correct in that every relationship is unique, but look at the statistics. Over 50% of marriages now ends in divorce. About 70% of the divorces are initiated by the woman. In the case of marrying a career woman the odds are even worse the man will end up in court and losing everything even if he wanted to stay married.

MTinDallas wrote:

What I encourage EVERYONE to do is spend less energy classifying all or all women as one thing or other and expend a bit more improving your current situation as best you can.

So men have spent years and years being called monsters and rapists and wife beaters using false statistics and now were speaking up for ourselves its not right? Is that what your saying?

I think what your seeing here is the beginning of a back-lash against feminism and the harm it’s lies have caused society entering the mainstream media. The feminists have had the mainsteam media in the pocket for way too long.

08-28-2006 02:33 PM

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dflynn5656
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dflynn5656

“Perhaps I’m being naive but isn’t every single relationship unique unto itself? What works for one, won’t work for others.”

Regretably – you didn’t read Michael Noer’s article apparently.  If every relationship was a “Case of One” as you suggest, then there would have been no statistical basis for his conclusions.  Most of the studies Michael cited were from Family based research networks and sosciological entities undoubtedly conducted largely by women.

You should consider protesting the originators of THOSE studies, rather then drawing a genneral conclusion that they are all invalid – as you did by saying “every relationship is unique.”

The studies all seem to disagree with your conclusion that no genneralizations can be made here.  They all say thye same thing – avoid career girls.

Best bet here: If you want to be anybody’s mother – you best better be able tyo convince hubby that it is your FIRST priority.  Rather than trying to find a way to make it HIS problem while you run off to work.  Men have little use for women who’d rather do what their fathers did – than what their mom’s did.

08-28-2006 02:40 PM

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khankrumthebulg
Regular Contributor
khankrumthebulg
What angers Men is the lies Feminists told us when they were demanding their Equality. That Feminism would free Men from our Gender Roles. Instead Feminism turned into a hate Movement. It is as bad as the KKK, The Order, Aryan Nation or another other Hate Movement.

Men and Boys are considered Rapists, Criminals, Abusers, and responsible for all of societal ills. The language of Feminists has turned the US into Sex Prison for Men. Men are angry at our betrayl by women. We are constantly asserted to be Women’s Abusers and Oppressors. Most Men live lives of quiet desperation. And to make matters worse Marriage no longer guarantees Sexual Access with one in five Marriages are celibate.

With the change in our Legal Culture and Family Court system. Marriage offers Men only liabilities, and no rights. They have been replaced with a Sugar Daddy (Uncle Sam). A Sugar Daddy that subsidizes Divorce, while Holding a Gun to the Heads of Men and prison for failure to pay the invoice. With no guarantee of access to our children.

Would you get in an Airplane that had a 50% chance of crashing? Yet Women are asking Men to Marry them with a 50% of a Financial Train wreck. It has gotten so bad, Men are planning for their Divorces before Marriage. Ask Sir Paul McCartney who was treated last week for a Heart Attack if his Second Marriage with no PreNup was a smart move? And duck when he throws something at you. His Divorce will cost him Conservatively $60,000,000 for 4 years of Marriage and $3,000,000 a year for Maintenance.

08-28-2006 02:49 PM

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