does women's relationships choices affect this too? women typically drop the "all women are assholes" line and guy very much so hear this. More women go on dates than men annually which means less men get more dates, so guys are typically influenced by the guys that women are interested in.
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It does seem like advice to men is to just accept toxicity as "part of the game" or they taught that's just normal, i guess it spreads because that produces results.
It might seem to produce temporary results, yes. But as a young woman who has seen so many of my closest friends and family grow to be battered and resigned old men - my father, my uncles, my friends - I can assure you it is not lasting or healthy results.We women have had to fight this sort of thing our whole lives. It seems now it's the men's turn - and it's not fair, or good, or desirable.No man should have to "put up with it" or accept it as "part of the game" (and, if you don't mind me rhetorically asking, what "game?" - life? Hardly a game). No woman, man, person - no one in general should have to do that.Toxicity is unacceptable. Basic respect and humanity are acceptable, even disagreements and arguments held with those two values at heart are healthy. But toxic behaviours encouraged just because of someone's sex?Unacceptable.
Yea sorry, they do say it, but women typically think it's not a big deal because they see men as more complicit
How should men deal with this when if they don't play those rules they typically suffer socially
So like when women complain about only finding toxic partners, that's really on her for choosing them, right?