If you’re a human male adult, your ears are definitely bleeding from hearing the most common accusations from the opposite sex convicting men of being liars, selfish cheating bastards and untrustworthy beings along with some other nasty words.
Women who take pride in belittling men and making generalisations turns men off faster than a light switch; sadly our cities and villages are swarmed with these females. They keep citing countless revised reasons why they hate and can’t trust men.
Well, hate them all you want, it’s your right, but how about keeping your hatred and hate-talk in the girl camp? When you are hanging out with guys and you start airing out your insecurities and extreme dislike towards them, it doesn’t matter if you are joking or just trying to strike a conversation, an alarm in your male buddies will go off and no matter how hard you try, you will never be able to turn it off.
You brag how you are an independent woman, pay your bills and take yourself out, well, that’s impressive. infact independence is a quality men admire in a woman, but taking it too far can cause more harm than good.
Men hate the overly independent woman because she accepts no compliments, acts indifferent, and makes no real space for a man in her life. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a relation or single, if you keep exhibiting your independence dressed in I- hate -men colours, you are bound to live a man-free life forever.
What really kills me is the fact that most of these women/girls don’t really hate men that much; in fact they are likely to fight till they break a horn if suggestions of taking them on a man-free island for the rest of their lives crop up.
Those who truly do hate men are either gay or movie/women magazine victims ,the ones that blindly believe everything they read, see and hear, the ones that treat everyday men like trash while waiting for the perfect gentlemen, who looks like a professional model, filthy rich and a sworn romantic.
So dear sisters, if you are hanging with the boys and have nothing better to say, just exercise your rights, remember ‘you have the right to remain silent, as anything you say can and in most cases will be used against you now, tomorrow or the near future’.