Women as our culture’s second-class mimics

When our culture’s average woman becomes cloyed–as so often she will, by daily, even hourly, flattery from men–she will then develop special interests–philosophical fetishes–for which, by her priorities, she is neither equipped nor in which she is seriously interested; nevertheless, thereafter, to “win her heart,” the seeking man must pander to her half-engaged, capricious special interests. And if you ever wonder why, so often, women in our culture are the second-class beings–for example, always the one’s learning for free, and almost never the ones teaching for free–it is often because they are socialized against being helpful, instead self-righteously seeing themselves as catalysts for bringing out the helpfulness of men.

Woman mimicking an interest in golf

Woman mimicking an interest in golf

Woman mimicking an interest in guns

Woman mimicking an interest in guns

Woman mimicking an interest in pool

Woman mimicking an interest in pool

Woman mimicking an interest in skiing

Woman mimicking an interest in skiing

Woman mimicking an interest in exercise

Woman mimicking an interest in exercise

Woman mimicking an interest in computers

Woman mimicking an interest in computers

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