"Still, for these women, one key question won't go away: Where have the good men gone? Their male peers often come across as aging frat boys, maladroit geeks or grubby slackers—a gender gap neatly crystallized by the director Judd Apatow in his hit 2007 movie "Knocked Up." The story's hero is 23-year-old Ben Stone (Seth Rogen), who has a drunken fling with Allison Scott (Katherine Heigl) and gets her pregnant. Ben lives in a Los Angeles crash pad with a group of grubby friends who spend their days playing videogames, smoking pot and unsuccessfully planning to launch a porn website. Allison, by contrast, is on her way up as a television reporter and lives in a neatly kept apartment with what appear to be clean sheets and towels. Once she decides to have the baby, she figures out what needs to be done and does it. Ben can only stumble his way toward being a responsible grownup."It's always interesting how they love depicting men as the irresponsible, pot smoking children in these movies, but they also don't beg the question of why such mature and responsible woman is doing having unprotected sex with a man she doesn't know that she met on a dance floor? And after all? Isn't abortion the big progressive empowering thing to do according to feminists? So this movie clearly doesn't draw attention to the fact that women can simply have their cake and eat too by having all the power in going through with a pregnancy or not, and still expecting a man to have no say but all the responsibilities at the same time. But only the male character is the immature child in this movie? Excuse me, I have to open up a window to this manure smell can dissipate...
But do women really love good and mature men? Do women care about having and empathetic, emotionally available man in their lives whom they can carry a drama-free relationship? Not according to a new study by Hartpury College in England.
Researchers V.Tamara Montrose and Carrie Haslam claim that even women of experience, on average, prefer men with narcissistic personality traits:
Now let's read on what are the specific traits of an individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder:
Now let's sit and wait for the mental gymnastics from the feminist movement preaching down to us how we men control the sexual selection and how women don't select for abusive and criminal types. This is yet another example of the paradoxical, contradictory mixed messages men get from women, then they act surprised that men rather spend their time elsewhere and with their male peers than being at the mercy of half of the demographic who tell you what they want yet do everything in opposition to their claims.