Straight from the horses’ mouths.
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Women can observe many clear benefits to them in a relationship/marriage, but to most wimmin, a relationship is all about the Feeelz and other materialistic goodies.
- How many have ever considered their own responsibilities, or how they might benefit a man?
- Have they ever considered that God intended women to raise children and help men complete their mission in life?
- Have they realized that if a man doesn’t get any benefit nor satisfaction out of marriage, then he has very little motivation to marry?
In this video, several women who are from either the U.S. or South Africa are posed with several questions about their perceived usefulness to men. Watch their responses.
Asking women what they contribute to a relationship (Length: 8:45)
One American woman mentions that men and women have different roles. She doesn’t go into any further detail about her ideas of what those roles should be, but I’m sure we would disagree with her, unfortunately.
“Women are more logical, so they don’t get hurt in relationships” she says.
Really?!? There’s some genuine solipsism!
“Women bring softness, love, and care.”
This is the stereotype they would like men to believe. A generalized answer like this is a cop-out.
At the 1:07 mark, they are asked, “Do you like to be appreciated specifically for your femininity?” The American women are caught clueless by this question, but the SA women come back with immediate responses. That says something about American wimmin.
At the 2:12 mark, they are asked, “Do you think it is a man’s role to be the leader in a relationship, or does it work better if both people are equals?” They all dismiss the idea of the man being a leader, with the exception of one SA woman who says it depends on the man’s capabilities. But at the 3:25 mark they are asked, “Do you often find yourself in a relationship where the man leads?” and at 3:40, “Would you ever date a man that you didn’t look up to and admire?” There is a huge cultural difference in their responses. Basically, American women want a superstar who is their “equal”, but SA women are more realistic.
When asked, “If a man finds that the woman in his life is not improving herself, is he right to break up with her?” most women agreed. I can only assume that this is motivated by their desire for the man to be back on the market.