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Why do MEN generalize women so much?
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Posted 3/29/13

WackyFiasco wrote:


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?



No, it's not a specific. In my school girls who likes bad boys. It makes them want the guy more. And for me I'm half and half, just depends on the girl. I like mine to be bad too, I can't stand emotional girls. Or maybe I like mine to be half and half.
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But those people are needed too, nobody is insignificant, not the janitor, not the garbage man(or woman), not anybody. Not all people need to be doctors or engineers. I think you should still respect their accomplishments no matter how minuscule you think they are.

Please take my words into consideration,

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Posted 3/29/13

lebronj wrote:


No, it's not a specific. In my school girls who likes bad boys. It makes them want the guy more. And for me I'm half and half, just depends on the girl. I like mine to be bad too, I can't stand emotional girls. Or maybe I like mine to be half and half.


Well, then it's simply emotional immaturity on everyone's part, and perfectly normal, at that age. It also means that most of them aren't ready for a serious commitment, no matter what they may believe to the contrary. They will all grow out of it, most by the time they are 25, unless they're dysfunctional.

As for you, there are very few men who enjoy dealing with women when they are being overly emotional, but as long as it isn't like a chronic issue with the girl, most men adapt and learn to navigate it or at least better tolerate it. Or, find yourself a nice ENTP chick and then you'll be all set. LOL
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Posted 3/30/13

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Demon7trackKh wrote:

Just kidding haha.


I want me some deer, man! Go kill one with a spear, prepare it, and bring it to me to cook. That really does sound yummy, actually. I would honestly enjoy planning meals around alot of deer meat. I'm making myself hungry.


Did not expect you to reply that way!! This literally made my day


Pfft, women don't know how hunt. Men know use gun. Will bring firewood for microwave, too.
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Why do you generalize that all men generalize woman?
Posted 3/31/13
Men and women need to stop being picky.
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Posted 3/31/13
I don't know or talk to much women either outside or in the internet so I guess I base my opinions from how girls are portrayed in entertainment media, whether it is books, TV, cinema, anime, cartoons, or even comic books.
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Posted 3/31/13
By suggesting all men generalize women, you're making a generalization about men.

So my question, as a generalizing male, is why women generalize men so much?
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Posted 4/2/13

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what was that? I couldn't hear you from the kitchen.


So. Much. Win.

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Posted 4/2/13

BearSol wrote:

By suggesting all men generalize women, you're making a generalization about men.

So my question, as a generalizing male, is why women generalize men so much?


HAHAHAHAHA! HEEYYY! </3
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Posted 4/2/13
I've got a better question: How come women can get away with generalising men but not the other way around? Seems a bit sexist to me
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It's interesting that by creating this thread you're almost doing the same thing but on the other side of the spectrum. Your'e making an assumption. If that is your real age you still have a lot more time and experience to make a more accurate opinion. "Why do MEN generalize women so much?" is saying that all men do that? Which obviously cannot be true. Also from my experience "some" (notice the wording) women generalize other women just as much as some men do. So will give you some advice on this subject because it seem to be troubling you (because if it wasn't you wouldn't have made this thread). This is just an opinion based of my life experiences. You can decided to believe it or not.

People tend to reflect themselves on to others and with men and women this happens more then often. Women tend to want a man to be more like a woman (emotionally/sexually). Which is really hard because we are men. Men tend to want women to act more like men (logical/sexually). Which is hard because women are women. Sometimes you just need to accept that men are men and women are women. There is a reason why we are different and we should learn to accept that.

Your real question to yourself should be why do I think that men generalize women? In the end this has nothing to do with men. It has to do with your logic and your way of thinking. Alos this is the internet..... you shouldn't take every negative comment seriously.


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I am not going to read this entire thread..I rather watch HunterXHunter
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I don't know either. I don't understand ''those mens''
They are selfish. Real selfish. Despisable. I can be one too but I hate that side of me. I rather torment myself than making troubles for others. This thread has a serious topic yet the topic is not been taken serious. CR cannot do that. I know that now. Human moods are scary and unpredictable. Oh yeah. One more thing. I am being serious now. Pick on me and everything will be better for all of us...Not really..
By reading the replies I just get upset. How long has it been like this? Since when everything began? Even so people can choose along the way but they choose their own desires instead of hearing out others. So there is this story when a kind guy is not being heard and moment later he gets mixed up with ''those guys.'' Later on he becomes no better than them. That is not how it should be. Affective environment makes people for who they are. If those environment was different. To put it in a large perspective. Growing up in peace or growing up in conflicts. How would they adapt and become? You can always choose something else.

Sorry I am not pointing out any particular here or anywhere. I just don't understand why people can be like that. The fact is that lots of places are like that. Impossible to get out of it too because you are stuck up in the mess. Where is the common sense? Just a fancy phrase word now? This is just my opinion in words.
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Posted 4/2/13
Everyone generalizes everyone.

It is basically human nature. Its not just men.

Women expect men to do...you know...manly shit. Like sports and stuff.

Sometimes these are because the generalizations are common.

Mainly dudes are in sports. Females? Not so much.

So yeah, its not MEN generalizing females, it is everyone generalizing everyone.

That's not necessarily a bad thing. It just is. And there is no changing it.
Posted 4/2/13
men need to stop worshipping the pussy
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