Do women try to enforce acceptance of what they perceive as their faults?

apollo3000
There is this strange thing in the air, regularly, that men will let you decide (bravely) on whether you accept their faults - or project sticks and stones at them, whereas women expect (with full entitlement) to be treated like glorious examples of perfection (regardless of how imperfect they, first and foremost, believe they are).

The female coercion is usually done by silence - she will ignore you until you accept her not for who she is, but for the projected persona she feels she is entitled to receive/be (the 'best version of herself')

Then she goes home disappointed because she is not that person anyway, but in the morning simply keeps trying again (until someone actually touches her with acceptance of who she really is).

Why are women so obsessed with vanity? Or, rather, why do they INSIST on being vain, when it doesn't feel good or help them the least bit (it makes them self-despise)
Do women try to enforce acceptance of what they perceive as their faults?
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