Men Needn’t Hate Pretty Women
There must be a lot of men who hate pretty women because Google constantly brings them — or people who want to understand them – to me via this post: “Men Who Hate Pretty Women.”
They come, and they say things like this:
Beauty makes me extremely angry, so much that I can’t stand to look at beautiful women in the street … She’d want somebody taller, richer, more muscular, more handsome, more whatever it is that women want.
When women hit puberty and realize the power femininity gives them they use it as a tool of attraction and elevate themselves as entitled to deserve the best.
Until recently I hated one gorgeous girl, I think she is the most beautiful woman ever. I had hated her until she approached me and said that she liked me… As silly as it sounds, she didn’t become my girlfriend. (For one thing) I felt guilty about hating her.
And then there are women’s experiences:
This is a big deal…im a very attractive woman…but i dont flaunt it or dress up– in fact i dress down…however…in 15 years of being a beautiful woman…ive noticed only negativity and HATRED aggressiveness from MALES and this goes for anyone– random strangers…people at social outings…men literally LOATHE me…its so confusing…
The guys typically feel they can do nothing about it and often tell women to cover up their bodies to protect themselves from their rage.
Yet one thing never seems to occur to these guys. As one woman put it:
Doesn’t it ever occur to men that they can change something if it’s not working out for them?
I used to get my sense of beauty and significance by the men I could get attention from or find me attractive, but I deprogrammed myself out of it. I shouldn’t be able to do that according to nature because it’s a drive of mine, but I did. I think it’s the same for men.
As a woman, if I perceive something has “power” over me, I know this is an illusion, and I will change myself or my belief system and habits so it no longer has power, whether it be an addiction, an interaction, etc.
Men are not victims of us. Just as we don’t have to be victims of theirs.
It’s true: You can’t control other people. You can control yourself.
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