I do not have any female friends and there is a very good reason. Women hate me because they say I fabricate stuff about them and then post it to my blog.
One of things I realized is that most (if not all) of the females mentioned in my blog have sugar daddies or benefactors. Without mentioning any names here are some examples. One woman I know told me she went out to dinner with three different men this past week, a partner at a hedge fund, an engineer and a school principal. Since the hedge fund guy has a lot of money she does not feel guilty that he spends it. The school principal justs want to sleep with her. And the engineer is probably the only guy she has any attraction to. The problem is his net worth is not big enough.
I also have someone who gets to go to the Broadway shows and trips to exotic places Carribean, Bermuda. She refers to him as the “boy” on Facebook, which she says is a term of endearment. But never refers to him by name. Her relationship status does not reflect that she is in a relationship with this person. This brings up an interesting thing about social media, two people who are dating each other, or being intimate but one party or both parties refuse to acknowledge on their status they are seeing someone. It is almost that they are ashamed of letting their friends know.
And a final example is someone who has a seasonal job in the coat check business of which it has been an awfully warm winter. I sometimes ask one of my friends and he’ll plea the fifth amendment. “I won’t tell you Dick, because if I do you’ll put it on your blog.” But the truth is no comment is just as incriminating. If you do not tell me either: 1) someone else will tell me 2) I’ll just dig around 3) I’ll assume. But it is pretty obvious when you see someone who is unemployed, employed sparingly. How do these people afford trips to exotic places?
When I hear women speak of feminism, equal pay for equal work, same promotional opportunities I sometimes would like to point these people out to them. I am all for equal rights. I do not have a problem answering to a woman in a supervisory role. And although living rent-free, getting an allowance, being flown to other countries and dinners at expensive are great. I just think women such as these need to re-evaluate how they make other females who are striving to change the world for the better look.
With that said perhaps the women reading this can get a hint from the Destiny’s Child Independent Woman music video.