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So you disagree with the statement?
A man can be successful without a woman, just like a woman can be successful without a man. I'll grant you that having good people in your life who support you can go great deal into helping you realize that success, but it has nothing to do with gender.
Good I post that because a guy I know posted that in his social media cause he thought it was important that people that statement is something people should be aware of so he quoted: "Im not the guy who publish lots of personal things on social media but there are things that are worthy to be recognized publickly".Of course this guy is a very important lawyer who earns good money and he is married to a lady who seems have a good stablished profession as well and they can afford to travel overseas often.
So why a man say that
Presumably they didn't become billionaires because of the women they chose in their lives.
what about the men who believe in that?
They have no self respect. But there are not many of them.
No self r4espect why?
Because they attribute their success in life to someone else, falsely believing the sexist nonsense. It's just internalized misandry.
why u think so
A man doesn't need a woman to be successful nor a woman need a man. Sucess assuming you're talking about career, money and social status comes directly from being smart and having very good work ethic.
and ur view on this is why is not true?
It implies a person is not successful without another person helping them. Its just like those memes that say the same thing about successful women based on the men they choose. Many people can do fine without anyone they have in their lives.
Why you believe it so?
The choice of a women has nothing to do with his success.
That is the point I was exctly I wanted to give with this statement. So if a rich guy chooses a poor woman to be his partner so the guy is already a failure just becuse the lady is not wealthy? What about the love, and teh care are those thinbgs then not that important? For me they are