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- There is a great book called Love and Respect. Check it out: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1594153205Nov 29, 2012
- Loving a woman is allowing her to do anything, while at the same time saying she doesn't have to. Dysfunction happens when you have a bunch of lazy guys not doing anything, or leaving the home without a dad or any male figure.
What's a girl to do then ..of course survive. But surviving is not thriving. Women can survive but they shouldn't have to ... alone.Nov 29, 2012
- Unless the person is homosexual of course.Nov 29, 2012
- Well...this is where we would differ in opinion, if we haven't already.Nov 29, 2012
- Interesting. Although I find most female video game characters practically comical already.Nov 29, 2012
- I agree. Although a lot of women are more attracted to strength and power, it is still not sexual objectification. Power fantasy in case of men actually gives them 'worth' and implies that they're 'capable', but sexual fantasy in case of women just implies that they're good for nothing but looking pretty and 'sexy'. The men do look sexy (because a lot of women dig huge muscles) but it's a result of being strong and powerful first. While the women look sexy not because they work out or are powerful (because your boobs don't grow if you work out, neither do your clothes shrink), but because they need to attract a male audience. So to sum it up Misturugi looks sexy because he's powerful, but Ivy looks sexy for the sake of looking sexy. There's the difference.Dec 17, 2012