I've been told, on numerous occasions, that I come off as a woman hater in this blog. While I see where these people are coming from, let me give several reasons why those whores are wrong:
1. I love women! Already, with three simple words, I have refuted their argument. But seriously, I love women. So much so, that I have extremely high expectations of the ones I choose to be around. So maybe that means I'm all the more disappointed when they fail to meet those lofty (unrealistic?) expectations...
2. Following from reason number one, I don't date men, so they're not disappointing or annoying me nearly as often or in the same way as women are. Hence, I don't complain about them as much. Let me make this clear: men are insecure retards, too . . . I just don't give a shit because it doesn't affect me. (Although, many women have argued that they, themselves, are disappointing and annoying in the ways I find them to be, because insecure and abusive men have made them react in those ways. To which I ask, "So, you're arguing that you behave a certain way towards men because you essentially . . . allowed men to make you behave that way?" Hmmm. Granted, not even nearly all the women I've encountered champion this argument, but I've heard enough say it that it bore repeating.)
3. And finally, I don't ignore our innate gender differences (see previous posts about The Pill: http://iamthecurmudgeon.blogspot.com/2010/12/pill.html, and women in the workplace: http://iamthecurmudgeon.blogspot.com/2009/11/separate-but-equal.html and http://iamthecurmudgeon.blogspot.com/2009/11/fyi.html). We are certainly equal, but we are certainly not the same. Stop pretending like we are.
Watch back when Kevin Smith was good: