Today, feminism has taken root in the hearts of many woman who have come to hate the fact that they might ever need a man. To them, men are bastards of the lowest kind of class and must be totally destroyed or oppressed and they despise their presence.
I'm kidding. Actually, not all feminists are like that. In fact, many of the strong, independent, feminist of today have married, or now live with, loving, kind, strong husbands who adore and possibly worship the ground they walk on. But, there are also those feminists who turn their eyes away from the common man (all of them) because they believe that they can do whatever a man can. Which, in many cases, is true (though I doubt that they can get pregnant on their own by producing their own semen, lol!), but in other cases, there are just some things that men do better.
Women might need someone to open the door for them. While they might (being the key word here) accept help from a fellow female, they reject the help of a man who wishes to give them aid. Having seen this in public, I know this to be the case for many women.
Gentlemen have become underrated to the point where men have become lax at struggling to be ones in public or private. The reason being is because Gentlemen-like behavior is no longer accepted as a way for a man to behave. It has become harder to find a man who is worth IT for feminists like me who wish to marry a man of honesty and worth because many other women hate the idea of men acting Gentlemen-like and in turn, the men have started to cease their good behavior because it isn't appreciated.
I know this to be the case of a few men in my own constituency who are, in fact, great friends of mine, but they fail to act like gentlemen. When I finally asked them why one day, they had replied thusly, "Why? Girls hate it when we try to be nice! Whats the point?"
Hearing that has opened my eyes to the fact that many woman have stopped accepting male aid for the sake of female pride.
Woman, there is nothing wrong with men holding doors open for you, there is nothing degrading to putting on something nice for men on a date, you are not pulling yourselves down when you ask a man to get something for you because you can't reach it or because its too heavy to lift. Let men be gentlemen and you will find that they will treat you right.
Well, that definitely sounded like a corny speech,
, what do you think?