Saturday, December 27, 2008

And Women Get Married WHY...?

Speaking of men being stupid... IOZ turns us on to THIS little gem. Thanks, IOZ!

So... let me get this straight... Women should give into their husbands' requests for sex, regardless of how they feel about it at the time because:

  1. Men are incapable of understanding that someone who doesn't put out when asked loves them.
  2. Women are capable of understanding that someone who's willing to ask them to do something they'd really rather not loves them.
  3. Having to, I don't know, ask for what they want and need and communicate how they feel about things to ensure understanding is "emasculating."
  4. Being in a monogamous relationship is already torture for men and their primitive and animalistic sex drives - asking them to not get sex whenever they want it is just too much.
(And I thought that was mainly women who had a low opinion of men...)

Note that this is from a conservative writer who styles himself a Christian. I guess that in his version of the Bible, all the parts where it says: "No nookie with people you aren't married to," were slipped in by those dastardly demonic women. You'd think that if it was so difficult to uphold that part, they would have repealed it by now, given how generally selective they were in determining what went in, and what stayed out.

The ending is priceless...
Everything written here applies under two conditions: 1. The woman is married to a good man. 2. She wants him to be a happy husband. If either condition is not present, nothing written here matters. But if you are a woman who loves your husband, what is written here can be the most important thing you will read concerning your marriage. Because chances are the man you love won't tell you.
News flash! Any woman who is married to a man who would rather stay silent or lie to her rather than "confess to the amount of hurt and eventual anger [he] experience[s] when repeatedly denied sex" until it gets to the point that "he may try to fill this need with another woman," or engage in "emotional and other forms of withdrawal," isn't married to a "good man." She's married to a childish loser. (Which means, of course, that she's off the hook.)

This is the first part of Prager's little power trip. In Part II: "I will explain in detail why mood should play little or no role in a woman's determining whether she has sex with her husband."

I suspect that Part III will be a detailed explanation of why the Los Angeles County coroner should rule Sylvia Pardo's death a suicide.

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