So, After all that was said and done in fat shaming thread. I think we need to move onto a new topic. That is relationships, Particularly that of spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend. I've been thinking on the mentality that each sex has on each other. This one guy who i used to be a friend until he is pretentious old age excuses as a substitute for actual logic and reason would always argue that "One day, Women would eventually screw you over. You will see." I didn't think he was entirely wrong, Just that he let his own hormones guide him into getting into relationships with another person just for virtue as sex and thus forgiving and consenting to that very terrible nature that is the woman personality. I have more dirt on this person, But out of the little respect for him and as an ethical and moral standpoint, I feel like it but irrelevant and generally something that doesn't need to be disclosed as it's rather private and beyond the point of discussing. As i write this preparing my fish (Sorry @Mr.Fish) I just wanted to have an open discussion about this. Anyways, back to my previous point that is mentality each sex has on one another. As you notice your atypical male always see your atypical female as a money drain. Someone who is selfish and uses you for money and you give her this money inorder to ascertain sexual favors. While atypical female might expect them to treat them like a princess or that think the man is an asshole who is prmiscuious. I guess the latter term can be given to both at circumstances. I ran into more men who were open to discuss their open on the opposite sex than women. Those my ex-friend typically would argue women favor bitching and backstabbing each other instead of actually not being two faced so to speak. Ahem moving on, I guess this also applies to similar things like how some women in western society assert that they don't need atypical man as they're independent all while trying to cock tease their ideal mate and eventually be in service to their partner that entirely *Ruins* Their independence that they desperately cling to. Kind of ironic. But stupid none the less, I don't know where i'm going with my discombobulated thoughts i've spiel onto this thread. I guess you could say i see both sexes as being passively aggressive towards each other and then get mad they they date the wrong person and then assert their experience as fact and purported this stereotype of each other that people fall into the hole of believing that one sex is inherently more evil than the other. I'll add an addendum soon, But i want to get this rough draft out first.