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Why I Love Women
Thursday, September 10, 2015 10:04 am Email this article
I love women for four out of five reasons. First they are VERBAL. They use language, keep eye contact and read body language well. As a writer, I appreciate that. Women inherit this ability from cave women. Men inherit only the ability to give and take orders and exchange facts; they struggle to come up with anything else to say.
I love women because they are SOCIAL. They seek and enjoy the company of other people. Men, not so much. When I am with other men, I feel nervous. Why would that be? What was the most common cause of death among cavemen? We know from ancient skeletons that it was homicide. No wonder I feel nervous.
I love women because they are MORAL. Modern men on the other hand descended from successful warrior/hunters. The ones with a conscience, who hesitated before killing, got killed first. It occurred to me that I have never felt guilt. I have felt anger when I got caught, but never guilt. When I discuss this fact with other men, they agree with me . . . unless there are women present, in which case they disagree.
Women are more emotional and I don’t like it. It must serve some survival purpose since their emotional nature was preserved by evolution. But I don’t see what the crying, yelling, blaming, jealousy and hating do that’s helpful. I don’t get it.
But women are also more RATIONAL, and most men don’t see this, because the crying and yelling confuse us. At the end of the day women try to do the right thing. Men stick with whatever they thought of first–right or wrong–so long as they get their way.
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