From an evolutionary psychological standpoint, if possible.
For example, men may not grasp how unacceptable sexual aggression is to women, because we think "what's the big deal? I wouldn't mind if a girl came on to me aggressively, in fact I'd enjoy it!"
That, of course, is completely wrongheaded, for good evolutionary reasons that I needn't elaborate on here (in a nutshell: the risks of pregnancy wired the female brain to respond to sexual aggression differently than men would).
Any other glaring examples?
What is the biggest misunderstanding men have about women? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 03-12-2010 20:55
- 07-12-2010 21:02
Throughout evolution, men have had physical strength, and a higher state of mental power than woman. A man, throughout his creation, has the ability to dominate a woman, and is meant to do so. We men, are obliged to be leaders of women, due to our natural strengths and need of dominance.
In this 21st century society, men let women dominate them. We are losing value, the concept of utility a man has. In the present period, a man will say such sweet things to a woman, buy her gifts, drinks, and expect sex in return. No, this is a big misunderstanding most men these days make. They become slaves of women, thinking that being nice will get them things in return, from women. They are breaking the laws of gender. And they get no attraction from women to follow up the process of life, which we were maybe meant to follow: survive and replicate.
Power, confidence, dominance, is what a woman naturally responds to. Not asslicking them for sex and love in return.
Think about it, as cavemen, did we use to follow them and give them ultimate power? No, men are, and were always meant to be the leaders.
This is the big misunderstanding a lot of men have about women.
- 07-12-2010 21:10
Balls! I was going to say that I'd quite happily make a guy a sandwich