Coming from the perspective of a guy with bad people skills, it seems that women have it easier because guys don't care about a girls' people skills. In order for a girl to get guys' attentions, she just has to look pretty.
Whereas, for guys, both are important. Maybe one can compensate for the other, but if you're a guy with 10 in looks but 3 in people skills, you're probably going to get with the girl with 3 to 5 in looks.
Yet, a girl who's a 10 in looks but 3 in people skills will still be able to get with the guy who is a 10 in looks and a 10 in people skills. There doesn't have to be any kind of compromise for her.
But, on the other hand, I guess women might think that it's unfair that men don't have focus on their looks as much or worry about having to settle for less when they get older. However, I think that the age thing isn't entirely true either and it can still be the same for both guys and girls.
I don't know, I just think that its easier for a woman to attract men than it is for a man to attract women. There's less work involved for the woman than there is for the man.
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This goes back to my earlier comment about women having to settle for less when they get older.
Do you guys agree that this is true? That ONLY women have to worry about settling less when they get older, whereas we men never have to worry about this?
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This isn't even a contest, girls. They might pretend or delude themselves that they have it so hard, but that's bullsh*t. Yes, I'm not saying it's the easiest thing in the world, but let's be honest, women tend to sit and wait for guys to come to them and guys eventually do. Men on the other hand have to do the really hard work of initiating EVERYTHING and that's a lot of work. I mean, for any girl who dares claim it isn't, why aren't you initiating anything? And don't say something like "cause guys are supposed to" cause that's bullsh*t. Especially if you dare want to be considered an equal.
So ya, girls. Any girl who DARE claims guys is an idiot.11
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