Now this phrase hasn't originated by gag but by a lot of people some online, some in real life that women tend to marry for resources while men marry for love. To clarify, what they mean is women know how to exactly press a guys button, manipulate and make herself seem in love with him.
They know how to go after men who make money, and efficiently as possible got themselves in the door and now married (studies actual show husbands on average make 20% more than their wise for the bear minimum). All under the rouse of love. We see evidence of this when we hear many women say they just want to get married already so they can get fat. We also see other instances when a male wises up a little and questions female behavior only to get shammed and bash for even having the though.
Example - Suppose a girl went out with a completely different type of guys in her youth. College athletes, real estate agents with swagger etc. Yet, by he late 20's she goes for an IT nerd she wouldn't have given a chance in her early 20's.
Guys who aren't brainwash by social programming and take a step back to question "Hey i'm nothing like any of the men she pursued in the past (which gives a pattern of what she likes) why does she want me?"
Many women and some men will chime in that the man is being insecure for asking a very real question about a woman's intention in wanting to get with him.
We also see evidence of resource extraction when 70% of divorces are initiated by women in marriages where the laws are in favor of extracting money from the man.
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I'm not saying women marry merely for money but money is mostly always one of the reasons they marry - at least I believe so.
I mean if men had the same benefits as women would have in marriage, we sure would RUSH like women do to get married ASAP.
Isn't it shady enough, that women URGE to get married and men try to avoid it like the plague? It fucking is!
I'm just going to live a bachelors life and be done with it :) No risks involved.0