We hate that we are always at war with mother nature, trying to cover what is happening to our bodies naturally. We hate that we can never keep up -- we always seem to be about two years behind the latest fashion trend. We hate when we find clothes in our closets with the tags still intact. We hate group dressing rooms. We hate them a lot. We hate them with a passion. We hate "friends" who tell you that you look fantastic when you know very well you have gained 10 pounds, haven't done your hair, and you have no makeup on.
We hate those stupid little belts and ribbons they include with dresses.
Are men really hard-wired to desire younger women?
We hate those tight skirts that almost no one over 50 can wear. We hate shoes with the bondage look. We hate ballet slipper shoes with stupid little bows on top. We hate dresses that are tight around the hips and sag at the boobs. We hate and love all the absolutely, really beautiful shoes that give no consideration to comfort.
We hate that "they" seem to be skimping on fabric. We hate yoga pants that show your camel toe. We hate lipstick on our teeth. We hate that no matter how many clothes hang in our closet, we seem to have nothing to wear. And that has been true for decades. So, what do you hate about fashion? Have I missed anything? Help us tell more of the stories that matter from voices that too often remain unheard. Join HuffPost Plus. Real Life. Real News. Real Voices. Let us know what you'd like to see as a HuffPost Member. Canada U. US News. World News.
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Social Justice. Donald Trump. You spend all your money on stuff that I think is a waste of time. Just another way to denigrate women and prove that they are not worth talking to. Women talk like that because they are not getting the reassurance they need to feel secure in the relationship.
What harm can it to to indulge a woman in some uplifting, positive strokes, so they don't feel the need in the first place to ask questions like that? This world is too full already to give men an excuse to abuse or hate them.
So men need to coddle women's egos and be ready to put up with any abuse themselves, so women will feel free to ask more questions like that? Many of those questions don't come out of insecurity, but out of self-centeredness and a failure to even try to see things from the perspective of their partners. I don't think you would have jumped to the defense of men if an opposing list came up with sentences like 3. Quit using your teeth. Saying "This world is too full already to give men an excuse to abuse or hate them", even though you are perfectly justified in that claim, still does not mean women can do no wrong and should never be criticized for their behavior.
In fact, that's exactly the kind of self-centered, unreflective thinking that will keep people from respecting anyone, man or woman. If we want equality, we need to treat each other as equals.
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And a man who doesn't have any female friends isn't a good candidate for a woman's life partner anyway. I'm not good at finding things anyway. That's why I have a calendar. Cleverly we arranged for our anniversary to be on a holiday. It doesn't matter who the target is. On the other hand, my life is complicated enough.
I read your sentences and my responses to my wife, which led to the following additional remarks:. I am a fan of talking to babies. My wife and I have been together for 34 years, since I was 21 and she was We lived together unmarried for five years and have been married since then. I've also been in another committed romantic relationship for 21 years. It's mostly long distance, but I go to visit her every other weekend. She and my wife know about each other and have met on many occasions, but are not close friends.
The three of us recently spent a week together, which went well. I don't doubt that men wouldn't enjoy hearing most of these phrases, but the assumption that they're common in hetero relationships and that women don't realize they're annoying seems straight from the 50s. The author's commentary -- "Want to annoy the man in your life both instantly and profoundly? Want to make him wish he lived alone in the Fortress of Solitude? Here in the real world where I live, most couples have similar senses of humor.
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The other implications of the list -- women are airheads, jealous and insecure, get offended if you don't remember anniversaries -- are equally retro. If you're a man, and you're hearing this stuff on a regular basis, you're in a horrible relationship. And if you actually can't find a woman's clitoris in ! This is supposed to be humor of a sort. I suppose you and all your girlfriends thought this was hilarious. And actually.. Because if you don't even know where my clit is you obviously have nothing to offer me.
I have never heard a woman say most of these things.
I feel like the statement about how many women a man has slept with to be important, but it would be handled more delicately than saying something like that. And the money issue is important as well. Men think women are frivolous and are always on our backs about how we spend money.
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I think this is interesting as I have always made more than the guys I have dated with the exception of three. I really don't feel like men should be hanging out with their exes. Just my opinion and I am tired of everyone telling me that I should be friends with my ex.
There is a reason it is over, I don't understand how a friendship can survive if a relationship fails. The things men say are just as annoying if not more so! Her bestselling memoir Primates of Park Avenue cast her as an anthropologist observing the habits of her Upper East Side neighbours. The book caused a furore, and is currently being developed as a TV series, with Martin as exec producer. Her new book, out this week, should be equally provocative. You have to scroll through another 25, including Sigmund Freud and Alfred Kinsey, before you arrive at a female name: Mary Calderone , who championed sex education.
And even in the subsequent 30 names there are only five women, including both Virginia Johnson partner of the famous, and male, William Masters , and Shere Hite. Crucial, too, says Martin, has been the work of Rosemary Basson , who realised that spontaneous desire, the kind sexologists had measured for years, was only one type of relevant desire, and that responsive or triggered sexual response is much more important for women.
Measured on that scale it turns out that women are, in fact, every bit as sexually arousable as men. In fact, argues Martin, the exact opposite is the case. Instead of being the brake on passion, says Martin, the female half of the long-term partnership is the key to a more adventurous and exciting sex life.