The Misandrony Bubble

.From Dr. Helen:

The original article has some interesting theories on monogamy (or not) that I'm not sure I agree with.

What I do agree with is the way that men (as opposed to women) are portrayed in media, sitcoms, television and the way that they are increasing treated in the court system treats both genders unfairly by robbing them of choices that should be theirs to make.

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  1. I thought it was the demands (boon) of a war-time American economy that allowed women to work outside the home, not modern appliances. And then, as soldiers received money for college through the G.I. Bill, families found they could afford to send their daughters to college also.

    I still think that men would rather share life with a woman who is emotionally and intellectually their comparative equal. I have met a small number of men who wanted to be "the making of" their wives but it's too daunting a task for the vast majority.

    Part of the reason I don't watch TV is that I can't stand how anyone is portrayed. 🙂 I don't think the sin of overvaluing women occurs very often in our society.

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