I found this an interesting comment on a video of mine. Not because the comment itself is interesting, but what it says about women and how they WANT to believe the world to be. At first it may seem she is trying to be nice and kind to men, as well as understanding and equal. But you really need to understand what she is saying.
She is saying that physical attraction should not be part of love. That we should all just "love" each other regardless of being ugly or fat or otherwise physically unappealing. And I would argue (until I start hearing women claim big is not beautiful) that this is the default state of women's minds. They WANT to believe that physical attraction should not be a prerequisite to love because they DESPERATELY do not want to put the labor, effort and work into being physically attractive.
As I've said before in my book, "The Book of Numbers: Analyzing the ROI on the Pursuit of Women," we have a name for women we like, but just aren't physically attracted to - friends. But do not think for a second this reality will phase them or wake them up from their Oprah Matrix.
"This is so heartbreaking, I pray that this guy gets to heal whatever wounds that women may have caused him. I don’t support the feminist idea that we women can live without men. We are there to love and support each other. If I were to tell my guy friend to lose 20 pounds because otherwise he will never be loved by anyone . That’d would be so unloving to do because if he is looking for a long term relationship he won’t look for a girl that looks at him as a pice of meat and expects him to look like a CK model, shouldn’t he look for someone who loves him regardless of his imperfections? Because I mean at the end of the day 50 years form now they are both going to be old and their external beauty will be gone. Now if you are telling a friend of your to loose 20 pounds because you genuinely want them to be healthy and you care so much for them that you don’t want to lose them. That is a a more loving approach . You people really need to heal and start to spread more love instead of hate ."