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Agree. It's an issue for deprived men, and a propeller for the Incel movement. The thing is that some young people think if they don't find you attractive, you must be deprived. In reality, if the general level of kindness from women is higher, then men won't get that impression, and if women do you basic kindness to send signal (which they do), then it's very confusing signaling to men. I learned it early on to set my threshold very very high to consider some additional motive behind kindness, and it led me to have beautiful (platonic) friendships with women, which I enjoy to date.
I do that too. I find subtlety annoying, so if I think someone is trying to be subtle, I ignore it.
I was never that into Deep Space Nine. I would have preferred to see Brent Spiner and an army of killer robots or something. My opinions are unpopular though. I also said that Patrick Billingsley should have been cast as Doctor Who in the old series.Whenever I hear (or read) a man refer to "females", in my mind, memory, or ears, somehow, I seem to hear Quark - of the Ferenghi - hiss, sibilantly, the noun, "females..."
Whenever I hear (or read) a man refer to "females", in my mind, memory, or ears, somehow, I seem to hear Quark - of the Ferenghi - hiss, sibilantly, the noun, "females..."
These thing seem to go in and out of style, by my reckoning. Some people use the term "woman" as an adjective now, which sounds weird to me.