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Godstud wrote:"Emotionally available"? What kind of BS talk is that. It's a known fact that when men express feelings(become overly emotional) that women lose respect for these men. Women want strong men who stay logical and reasonable, and who aren't weepy simps.

This "common complaint" is not from women who want men. It's from feminists who want to emasculate men.

That said, emotional distance does not mean lack of communication.

Godstud did you get red-pilled by Amazon's LOTR?
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Wait @Godstud , are saying that Justin Trudeau (who cries all the time, and takes yoga lessons etc) has been emasculated by the feminists around him, including his mother?
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By Godstud
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:lol: WTF are you going on about?

I am bored and disappointed by the new fantasy series, Rings of Power(It's not a LOTR series). Women have been playing strong roles for a long time, but this one is doing it at the expense of the males around her, which is NOT what they've done in the past. Furiosa, Ellen Ripley, Lara Croft- strong women, who didn't need the men around her to be displayed as weak or ineffectual, to be seen as strong. This is now what they are doing, however, in these new shows. -- a bit off-topic, btw---

Wait @Godstud , are saying that Justin Trudeau (who cries all the time, and takes yoga lessons etc) has been emasculated by the feminists around him, including his mother?
It sure sounds like it. Excessive emotional displays sure aren't very masculine. JT is not always crying, either. :roll:

Taking yoga doesn't make you feminine. :lol:

Feminism is not longer about equal rights- which women have. Equality of opportunity exists.
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My take is due to reasons like evolutionary psychology and probably socialization, most women want a strong, competent protector and provider. Showing emotional vulnerability can therefore be seen as showing weakness, therefore some women see it as not masculine and unattractive.

However, showing vulnerability at certain appropriate times and not caring what anyone else thinks can also be a sign of strength. Being criticized but doing what you want anyways in the face of peer pressure and not being fazed shows confidence and strength and leadership, which women find attractive.

If you're always sobbing and looking weak and pathetic and not in control of your emotions then yes this can be seen as feminine and unattractive.
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By Godstud
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However, showing vulnerability at certain appropriate times and not caring what anyone else thinks can also be a sign of strength. Being criticized but doing what you want anyways in the face of peer pressure and not being fazed shows confidence and strength and leadership, which women find attractive.
QFT. I wouldn't consider that emotionally unavailable, though.

If you're always sobbing and looking weak and pathetic and not in control of your emotions then yes this can be seen as feminine and unattractive.
Yes. It has to be controlled.
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Godstud wrote::lol: WTF are you going on about?

I am bored and disappointed by the new fantasy series, Rings of Power(It's not a LOTR series). Women have been playing strong roles for a long time, but this one is doing it at the expense of the males around her, which is NOT what they've done in the past. Furiosa, Ellen Ripley, Lara Croft- strong women, who didn't need the men around her to be displayed as weak or ineffectual, to be seen as strong. This is now what they are doing, however, in these new shows. -- a bit off-topic, btw---

It sure sounds like it. Excessive emotional displays sure aren't very masculine. JT is not always crying, either. :roll:

Taking yoga doesn't make you feminine. :lol:

Feminism is not longer about equal rights- which women have. Equality of opportunity exists.


Having strong female characters is about equality. Having strong female characters with weak male characters is about asserting dominance.
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By Godstud
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Dominance feminism = Toxic Feminism. It's not about equality, but making women out to be superior and this falls apart almost immediately in the face of reality. Men and women are 'equal' but different. Equality of outcome is an impossibility if women are given freedom to choose.

Feminism accomplished equality decades ago. That's why women have been leaders of countries and can do any job they wish to do. They have complete freedom of choice, and in some ways already have superior rights(draft exemption and child custody laws).

note: Red Pill = Reality. There is a backlash against toxic feminism, which has nothing to do with emotional availability.

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