QuoteOriginally posted by: YngQuantStudentLuckily this is not the way the majority of men feel.You mean the majority of men feel more polite? Because people don't always say what they think.QuoteOriginally posted by: YngQuantStudentYou're just showing your ignorance by voicing this opinion.Ignorance is not a feeling. My feeling is that I would like to set up every girl on the planet in a Candyland, where their every dream is realized. My empirical observations are that sharp girls drop out of the workforce. And the reason is because the way most women feel. Most women have a double standard between men and women. They would make best friends with a girl who is unemployed and shows up at the grocery store wearing sweatpants at 10:00 in the morning. But they would look down their noses on a man who did the same, and certainly would not marry him. A guy will marry a girl whether she uses her degree in a job or not, or whether she has a degree or not.QuoteOriginally posted by: zerdnaWhy does it matter for you what Mob, or Aaron, or zerdna think, that is my question.For a number of girls who enter the workforce, that is all that matters. They want to prove they can do it, it's all about status or peer approval. And they are sent to die like little soldiers, on behalf of the bitter ugly women - a.k.a. feminists - who came before them. Then when they start to approach age 30 they realize that the world is evil, and all those encouraging women whose dreams and ideas for young girls they acted out like following a script, have nothing to offer them in return. Here's a tip, YngQuantStudent: Nobody but a tiny handful of people cares, or has time to care, whether girls succeed in math class or not. They just want the wax on their cars to shine, or the pricing model to work. If you are doing what you are doing on behalf of spectators, you should at least go into sports or acting or someplace where the cheering spectators actually pay you.