I can admit it. I stereotype men and women in a way that generalizes the weaknesses and strengths of each sex.
Not always. Not even often. But I do.
Here is an example of what I mean.
Men are stronger (strength based)
Women are better communicators
Men are hornier
Women are more intuitive
Now obviously I know these aren’t always true. But I still hold that these things and others are mostly true.
But it’s difficult to compare men and women because they are both on the same spectrum of human behavior. Within this is a range of possibilities that is bound only by their own desire and personal limitations. So really.
Funny though that I truly enjoy when either sex turns stereotypes on its head and does whatever they want to do.
I know this disturbs many people but it makes me laugh and it gives me joy. Not because I’m making fun of anyone, simply because I applaud their stubbornness and willingness to buck societal pressure.
That to me is so breathtakingly beautiful. Especially when people do it in order to truly be their authentic self.
In that sense I fully support all lgbqtia and everything that falls in that spectrum.
Because they help to redefine gender roles and give people more breath of freedom to just be whoever it is they want to be. And by being themselves they give others permission and inspire others to also be themselves.
So while I’m still somewhat sexist. I can recognize these are just base generalizations that I actually don’t expect people to abide by or seek to enforce or can’t waiver from. They are just little things I’ve found to be stereotypically true of genders but I’m always happy to allow people to be themselves with no expectation to be anyone but whoever that is.
I’m also thinking maybe when things start up again I’ll try my hand at a few lesbian nightclubs. Because I know I’m all about the cock but it really feels sexist to not at least allow for the possibility of falling in love with a woman. I’m willing to give it a shot. In honor of my mother also.
Her thought process about my singleness was I either needed to switch teams or before the clock runs out on my looks find myself a rich guy to marry. Honestly of those two tactics I would rather pick the former than the latter.
But that’s probably my own negative stereotype about rich people. They aren’t all bad and I’m willing to give one a shot if he comes into my hemisphere naturally but it isn’t me to go specifically hunting for one. I’ve tried. It really doesn’t suit me. It feels disingenuous to who I am as a person and my ideals.
But…..in regards to gender and sex….I never say never. 😂😂😂