I teach at a women’s university. So as to be expected my students are women. And women do talk about things men rarely talk about. They talk about their relationships… a lot. And what I find them talking about in particular is the sorry state of men who are younger than 30. As a consequence, many of my students date men and even marry men significantly older than they are. So why do so many young women tell me they avoid young guys these days?
The answer is both sad and simple and it’s not all about the money. The problem, as my students put it, is that young men who were raised without fathers tend to be, well, “pussies”. Not that young men today don’t sport big muscles, or kill each other in drug shoot outs, or beat each other’s brains out in bars, but after all the macho bravado, most of them go back home to Mom. In fact, far too many young men still live with their moms. And young women want men who can take care of themselves rather than tough, tattooed and pierced pussies who depend on their mothers and, for all intents and purposes, have as the single most important goal in their lives the replacement of their mothers with large breasted mommy substitutes.
So boys if you want to have some luck with the ladies, I have a hint for you. Put off that next tattoo and that next rivet in your face and grow some real balls. Instead of just buying the “YOUR FATHER IS A BASTARD” line your mom sold you, pry yourself away from your mom and say “Hi” to your dad. You might be surprised. You really will do better with women. The old cliché used to be “If you want to know how he will treat you see how he treats his mother”. The new cliché is “If you want to know how he will treat you see how well he gets along with his father”.
In the post-divorce generation, boys lost their dads and as a consequence they are losing their women to the very same old guys their mothers divorced. Maybe the old guys limp and have a bit of grey hair, but they had dads, and they tend to be men. Young women actually like men; ask them if you don’t believe me.Powered by Sidelines