This One Is For The Boys

Earlier today, I read something on my Facebook page that really sort of pissed me off.  

 It was a picture that was innocently shared by a girl who agreed with the sentiment that said “I’d rather be dating a guy covered in dirt and grease than a guy dressed in a suit and tie”.


This kind of got me to thinking how everyone is always going on and on about how society has these impossible standards of beauty for women, and how unfair society is to women and how women need better this and more of that and people should stop doing this to women.




I ask you, what about the men?


In today’s day it is no longer acceptable to judge a woman based on her weight, because “curvy is beautiful too” or “real women have curves” but if a guy is not sporting a six pack, or have a strong square jaw or big bulging muscles then he is “just a friend” or even gross.


Women have become experts on hiding their true selves with make up, clothing and diets while men still basically stay the same. And they get brutally judged for it.


Posting pics of crazy hot firemen, “real men have beards” and either hunky farmers or dashing business men and portray them as “real men” is exactly the same as saying “real women” have big boobs, small bodies and are all a size 6. What’s  worse is that its the women who posts these pictures, not the men.


Unlike women, men don’t worry about those kinds of things. They are too busy working their asses off so that they can afford to buy you flowers, or jewellery, or pay for a house and children etc etc etc. and yes, most women now a days are capable of doing those things themselves, but that’s only if they live in places that are able to offer jobs that can support a woman like that, but for normal women with normal jobs that don’t have those kinds of opportunities it does ultimately fall upon the men to take care of them.


So I ask you, what does dirt and grease or a suit and tie have to do with the man you are seeing? 


 We should rather be thinking about character, moral and spiritual values, his emotional maturity for the kind of relationship that you desire, his ability to be a man, to protect you, care for you and stand by you as an equal partner rather than his looks or whether he has a gigantic shlonge.


Come on ladies, we are so loud and proud about women being treated as equals, not being judged for our appearances and being able to be ourselves, why aren’t men allotted this right?


I am so sick of hearing that “You know, if he isn’t six feet tall, dark hair, blue eyes and a millionaire he just shouldn’t talk to me”


Take a real good look in the mirror and ask yourself, if a six foot tall, millionaire Adonis really came over your path are YOU the type of woman that HE would be attracted to? Or is there a much better option available to his type of standard? 




Every girl/woman is always going on and on about how they wish to meet a sweet and kind, caring, attentive man that can take care of them but then they end up dating assholes who only use and hurt them but they friendzone the really sweet guys.




Because the assholes are super hot, that’s why.


Maybe if we put the hand-mirrors down for a change, stop changing our Facebook Profile Pictures so much and actually try to meet someone decent instead of superly dooperly sexy then maybe it is actually possible to have and maintain a lasting relationship.


This probably won’t agree with many people, but it’s the hard truth and somebody has to say it! If women want to be treated better and equally, then I think men do too 



Sorry, not sorry 😉


Stay Weird people




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