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Why do MEN generalize women so much?
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because it's usually true, need I say more?
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Women are women and men are men. You don't have to understand each but except or love each other for who they are.
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Why do humans generalize other humans? It isn't just women. Race, religion, hobbies, countries, etc. etc. also get generalized.

I think it's probably just because people see other people doing it. One man sees other men say "women are complicated", so it gets wired into his brain that it's a "cool" thing to say. Their natural tendency to follow the crowd causes them to try to pick out all the things women do that could be seen as "complicated", regardless of whether or not women truly are "complicated" over all.
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aeb0717 wrote:

This is a response to the "Why are women so complicated?" and "What is a girl?" threads that are popular at the moment, and primarily ill-natured comments associated with these threads. Please note that this isn't an attack on all men.
It's especially ironic that alot of the complaints about us women regard how self-conscious and overly-critical men apparently tend to believe us to be. As for the ladies who's behavior actually fits the overwhelming stereotype of women, perhaps they wouldn't act that way if "you men" wouldn't be so judgmental. The nasty comments about us females accurately portray how vicious men can be.

Edit at 1:29 pm on March 28, eastern US time:
The point of my thread is "Tit for Tat." I'm well aware of the realities of generalizations. This is supposed to focus on evening the score. I've mentioned this several times in the comments, starting shortly after this thread was made. I'm not interested in repeating myself anymore.


Why do WOMEN generalize men so much? The nasty comments about us men accurately portray how vicious women can be.
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Lol you hate being generalized but your doing it yourself right now.
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kamaitachi5587 wrote:


lebronj wrote:

I don't understand women either, all I know is they like when guys be a dick toward them. Makes them want you more and sex.




This may help you. It is the New Abridged Pocket Edition To Understanding Women. It contains Chapter 1 the sequel is due out later this month and will contain chapter 2. It is unknown at this time how many chapters there will be as it is still being written and needs constant revision.


Hell naw I'm not reading that. I know what women likes.
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WackyFiasco wrote:


lebronj wrote:

I don't understand women either, all I know is they like when guys be a dick toward them. Makes them want you more and sex.


Don't fall for that BS. The issue is that some emotionally immature girls believe they can take you on as an improvement project, to make themselves feel accomplished in relationships. You do NOT want to get involved with girls who prefer "broken" guys and like to be mistreated.

Who gets the girl in the end, gets married, has a family? Down-to-earth men, who are stable, and noticeably adore their women.


She doesn't want a guy who are too emotional. Keep sending msg, being all lovely dovely, saying I love you over and over. She doesn't want that.
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Because we love and want the best for you and sometimes we like to tease you...
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lebronj wrote:

She doesn't want a guy who are too emotional. Keep sending msg, being all lovely dovely, saying I love you over and over. She doesn't want that.


Is "she" a specific person? People have different temperaments, and that has nothing to do with gender. I'm an INTP (quite rare, especially among women), and I don't like getting romantically sappy, either. I married an ENTJ, and as rational as he is, he's still more emotive than I am. He does get quite annoyed if I make fun of him by suggesting he's more of a girl than me.

There are plenty of women who adore being adored. Perhaps the type (temperament) of women to whom you are attracted just aren't that type. Do you know, for instance, what your own tendencies are?

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This, in itself, is a generalization thread. as human beings we natural like to generalize everything when talking about certain subjects because it's inconvenient to point out the differences in uniqueness and individualism. Instead, it's easier to go on an assumption based on a couple of observations. People generalize because a couple of the same type of gender/race/religion/ etc have shared traits and we feel as some of the shared traits between us cause everyone the same generalized behavior.
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I love how this is about men generalizing women when women do the same. That's human nature in immature teens and adults.
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Why do men generalize women so much and vice versa?

I really wish most people would accept others as they are without projecting onto them what you want them to be or trying to categorize them.
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I think this thread is more of a plea to stop making so many of the "Why do women/girls _______"

It's tiresome to see a new one every week.
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These forums are full of men and boys who know nothing about women, but are desperate to prove otherwise. So they fall back on the standard cliches they have picked up; then flavor their already empty talk with their own frustrations at failing to understand the fairer sex. Welcome to the internet.
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this thread is women generalizing men
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