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Women enjoy more freedom today than we had in the past and we need to ensure this continues.
We’ve come a long way, but there is still work to do.
Nobody, man or woman, should make you feel like you deserve less.
Despite the strides we’ve made toward attaining equality, many women still believe they have to downplay their career goals in order to find a husband.
Therefore, attachment decisions are often more greatly influenced by social norms and cultural practices.
Think of the "wish list" some women have for the perfect partner.
Part of being an intelligent woman is understanding that there are men out there that will appreciate your brains and who won’t be threatened.
I don’t want to dumb myself down in order to appeal to a larger pool of men.They complain about the men they call "nice guy, push-over" types, who don't stir passionate feelings. Personally, I would like to offer an alternative hypothesis—one where women have been put in a very unfulfilling double-bind.They also have difficulty with men they label attractive "jerks", who disrespect them, ignore their needs, and break hearts. I would like to posit that cultural and biological factors have been pitted at odds, leaving women in a "no win situation" most of the time in modern life.A recent study surveyed 355 randomly selected MBA students on job preferences and personality traits.When the single women in the group were told that classmates would see their answers, they claimed they desired a lower salary, less hours per week and less travel days.