It has already been established that the American feminist society does not value decent men, where moral and intelligent men have the lowest sexual market value, do you guys see significant amount of moral decent men, particularly Asian/Indian Americans, expatriating? Will an “exodus” happen?
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stating the obvious once again, but I enjoyed reading this.
To recap, decades of research in various disciplines provide us with useful conceptualizations and elaborated theories about mate choice decision mechanisms. The current knowledge on relevant aspects of human nature and the structure of our social environment can be integrated in precisely specified decision models, which in turn can be evaluated using computer simulations and game theory. However, the most important test is still provided by reality: Are these models valid descriptions of how people make their mate choices? Unfortunately, we encounter a methodological problem at this point: real mating decisions are intimate processes for which a detailed assessment “in the wild” is not easily done. As a consequence, informative field experiments are difficult to design (for a notable exception, see Clark & Hatfield, 1989), and many factors have to remain uncontrolled.
Instead, most empirical research on mate choice decision typically relying on self -reports, either of recalled past choices…
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Building off of the previous post on the masculinity post. In many “men’s discussions” which ever that involves getting money or building muscles and fitness, it’s all part of “game” in pulling women. As we all know, the individuals that seeks the most validation from women are gamers/PUAs. In many of those “men” discussions, “game” seems to become the core of masculinity in our culture today.
I have noticed similar sentiments in myself, that when I don’t get validation from women I instinctive feel inadequate, and when I do get validation from women I feel good from it.
So my final question here is, do men have inherent desire to seek validation from women?
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