• I totally didn’t do any of this. I don’t think we need to be men in order to attract men. I hate that “feminine” feels like it’s become a dirty word and that women think the only way to get what they want is to be aggressive about it. That being feminine = weakness. Women are oppressed because of how much power we have.
  • Martin Luther King was passive. Gandhi was passive. Are they seen as weak? Not so much. Men and women have different roles to play and together they’re complimentary.
  • So many women want to be aggressive and attract an aggressive man. That’s not how it works. They think, oh I’ll be aggressive NOW and pursue him and do all the work NOW and then when I get him, he’ll take the lead and pamper me. WRONG. That’s not the kind of man you attracted.
  • Aggressive attracts passive. They both have power. That’s why it still works with gay couples. One of you has to be the aggressive one and one of you the passive. Passive has somehow become synonymous with weak and being a doormat. It’s neither. So many women don’t realize the power they have, and give it all up to be aggressive and straight forward, thinking that’s the only way to get anything done. It’s not. Not by a long shot.
  • I don’t chase men anymore. And now dating is finally working for me. Not a coincidence.

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