Men married to career women still get shamed


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Men married to career women still get shamed
Cassius
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Cassius
Ever watched tv lately ? Kevin Federline is a guy which has not much of a career however she married successfull singer Britney spears. There should be no problem she must be a millionaire by now and have more than enough money for the both of them. However each time i see his name appear in the media he gest shamed for beeing financially dependable on a *gasp* woman. So ladies what is it now ? We are supposed to settle for a career woman, but are not to toutch her career money ? Is it that ? When was the last time a girl got shamed for depending on a man ? Face it, feminism is death, they are undesirable and hold no benefits to a man. They are the women lurking at the pit of the dating pool waiting for desperate beta males hungry for female attention.

10-13-2006 06:44 AM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

That is because he is a loser.  He chose her.  No one put a gun to his head.  He has nothing going on.  He has not marketable talents of skills.

10-13-2006 10:26 AM

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Cassius
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Cassius
There you have it a guy out of a job is a looser, even less of a reason to put up with a career woman and eventually become a stay at home dad. (dead)

10-13-2006 10:33 AM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

A stay at home dad does not go to Vegas and act like some *sshole.   He is white trash who married white trash.  If he had a life he would not be there.

10-13-2006 10:46 AM

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Cassius
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Cassius
Agreed he does not get called on his behavious though he gets called on his pennylessness and dependance of a woman. Men who bow to career women are undesirable and shaming targets.

10-13-2006 11:29 AM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

It is not a badge of honor to leave a woman whom you have 2 children with, then go to another loser and impregnate her 2x.  It just proves you can f*ck and drop a load, nothing more.   He and his current wife are the epitome of white trash.

10-13-2006 12:21 PM

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ACatInSD
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ACatInSD

“A stay at home dad does not go to Vegas and act like some *sshole.   He is white trash who married white trash.  If he had a life he would not be there.”

The best and the most accurate comment here on this matter.

10-13-2006 05:28 PM

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Big_Daddy_Cool
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Big_Daddy_Cool

moneyneversleep – I agree with you completely that that guy is white trash…so is Britney…but I find Cassius’s point to be very valid: it is a fact that we have no problems (socially) accepting that a women can get rich of a man (and this happens all the **bleep** time) but we tend to disgrace a man who does the same…even though all these feminists keep on yapping about equality…

10-13-2006 06:36 PM

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Cassius
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Cassius

ACatInSD wrote:
“A stay at home dad does not go to Vegas and act like some *sshole.   He is white trash who married white trash.  If he had a life he would not be there.”

The best and the most accurate comment here on this matter.

Again you pick only out what suits you best while walking over the core matter. As a career woman what do you think of the fact, that men who actually marry you and live off of your money get shamed and ridiculed. Dont you see a problem there for yourself ?

10-13-2006 07:30 PM

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ACatInSD
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ACatInSD

As a career woman I don’t choose marriage and I don’t even try to encourage any man to marry me.

I am a self-centered woman that I don’t believe that marriage could bring me any benefits at all. I live a good life by my own efforts and I enjoy it.

You are right, everyone picks only out what suites his/her best while walking over the core matter, and I don’t see anything wrong with it – men do so, why cannot women do so as well for their own sake?!

10-13-2006 08:51 PM

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legacy42
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I have made substantial sacrifices in my own career in support of my wife’s desire to advance her own career.  I am older than she is by about 5 years.  Her career advancement has hit a wall and now she wants to be a stay at home mom to our three children and does not want to experience any adjustment in our standard of living even though she currently earns more than twice what I earn and my ability to get to that earning level quickly is simply not possible and it is unreasonable to expect that I could do so without our family experiencing some reduction in our standard of living in the absence of her continuing to work.  So now because she does not want to experience any reduction in our standard of living she continues to work, but she resents me and the sacrifices I made to advance her career, something we had a near relationship ending dispute over ten years ago, but which I reluctantly relented to.  She now drops the “d” word, much to the detriment of our children.  That is the paradox of feminisim particularly when children are involved.  You can call this a sexist generalization, but women when they start having babies will 99% of the time opt out of career advancement for the opportunity to be home with their children and that is the way it should be, but don’t hinder a man’s career advancement until that happens, because to do so is not good for those children.  If you want to advance your career so be it, but do not expect to have a successful marriage with children unless one of you is willing to forego career advancement to tend to the needs of the children.  And, for you feminists, if you require that kind of career sacrifice from your husband, when the babies start coming, don’t resent the sacrifices he made to allow your career advancement resulting in the family’s dependence on your income and preventing  you from reverting to the ’50’s stay at home mom.  That is hypocricy of the highest order.  To avoid this kind of thing I would advise men to follow Michael Noer’s advice and don’t marry a career woman.  I know for me I am making it mandatory reading for my two sons.

10-17-2006 09:30 PM

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legacy42
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As a career woman I don’t choose marriage and I don’t even try to encourage any man to marry me.

I am a self-centered woman that I don’t believe that marriage could bring me any benefits at all. I live a good life by my own efforts and I enjoy it.

You are right, everyone picks only out what suites his/her best while walking over the core matter, and I don’t see anything wrong with it – men do so, why cannot women do so as well for their own sake?!

Good for you.  When you’re 80 and you no longer have a career to advance, maybe one of your ex-co-workers’ grand children will invite you over on Christmas morning.  Or may be not!  Career or family, that is the choice I think Michael Noer is putting before feminists.  Its your choice.  After all, feminists are big on choice, aren’t they?

Message Edited by legacy42 on 10-17-200609:54 PM

10-17-2006 09:42 PM

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Diogetrix
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Diogetrix

Nice post. Unfortunately, it leaves out a few things that we need to know. Like, whether or not you are sincere, and whether or not you are going to do something to degrade the quality of society in respect to family and community, because you **bleep** sure aren’t going to do anything to enhance it. So, while I recognize the rationale of your claim to ‘self determination’ as an American right, I can’t support it for women as a group. Which is most likely what you are suggesting in a covert way, since you seem intelligent enough to know that real politics ensures allowing individual females the power to dominate men will (has) ensured that almost all females will abuse that power.

10-17-2006 10:10 PM

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