I'm in a bind... it all started when a few girls in my college class decided to hold a seminar about *drum roll* the differences between the sexes. It was a sequence of seminars and we were supposed to form groups and choose a topic. I was kind of left out so I joined these girls, who had already decided on the theme. They also told me their intention was to stress the natural aptitudes of women while avoiding the talents men typically possess. I thought why not this could be fun so I played along...
In the day of the seminar I didn't think people would take it so seriously, after all this was our first activity in class and we're all freshmen, it was just to make the students socialize with each other etc. Things is, as the presentation went by I could sense a lot of negativity from the guys, there wasn't any arguing but after that occasion all the guys give us dirty looks and never talk to us!
What's worse, this cute guy that I used to talk and flirt with now won't even acknowledge me. I feel like I've unwittingly ruined my chances with guys in my class... how can I possibly turn this around? Help me please...
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I am at a loss to know what you did wrong. The only thing I can come up with is that the propaganda of modern mass culture wants to tell us that we are identical except for breasts and concave versus convex groins. The notion that we are differently talented goes against that.
In fundamental essence, men are designed to kill game, fight wars and train boys to be men. Women, by contrast, are designed to multi-task; village industry and child nurturing concurrently and with passing language and civilization, created by and for the protection of women and children, to daughters. Yopu, not we, possess sex and primary virtue.
What do you do? Stand your ground. Real men (George Clooney and, of course, Bond come to mind) versus a metrosexual lizard like David Schwimmer in "Six Days Seven Nights", will like you.
As they said back in my parents day: "Knockers (boobs) UP!", meaning stand straight with your head held high.