Posted by: gurglin | September 13, 2008

Culture and biology in women’s love

Women’s ideas of sex, stable relationship or pregnancy are completely unconnected when they are in their twenties, but they converge when they get close to their thirties.

Women’s desire of having a stable relationship and getting married is very low in their twenties, but it increases when they get close to their thirties.

Women’s urge of getting pregnant is very low in their twenties, but it increases when they get close to their thirties.

30 is the turning year: women’s husband hunting becomes steady and consistent, massive and on a large scale, no matter what! If they have a lifelong boyfriend who does not want to get married, they drop him and look for somebody else who does!

At 35 they feel lost and would do anything for getting married and have kids…

At 37 they are absolute desperate, and would do anything for getting any man who can support them economically and their inherent goal of getting pregnant…

At 40 they lose completely the head, and would do anything for getting pregnant, with or without a man at their side.

Do you know why?

Women’s fertility is extremely high in their twenties, but it decreases when they get close to their thirties.

At 35 they already have half of the ovocytes (as to say, half of the possibilities of getting pregnant), they feel lost and would do anything for getting married and have kids…

At 37 their potentiality drops: they are absolute desperate, and would do anything for getting any man who can support them economically and their inherent goal of getting pregnant…

At 40 they just have 10% of the fertility of a young woman… therefore, they would do anything for getting pregnant, with or without a man at their side.

All this is called LOVE by women…

“Life is a bitch, and then you marry one”, says and old (Irish?) motto… but there is a catch, a positive catch.

Marry and give kids just to the woman who really loves you as a person and not as a husband (economical source, life insurance, tool for sociocultural legitimation, etc…) and inseminator… How? Catch 22! Only women not interested in marriage deserve to be married! Just go out with girls who are not interested in those things: only such women – who do not want to get married nor want kids – are the ones who really deserve to be loved, and spend the whole life with. True love does not need a contract, does it? So why do they keep on asking for it? Well… because they love the fact they get married (and the social and economical benefits), not who marries them…

BTW, how old was your girlfriend/wife when you met her? Is she in LOVE with you? Did she say she wants to GIVE YOU a son? Well, mate, keep the eyes open…😉

Inspired by http://donna.libero.it/baby_boom/ne1333.phtml


Responses

  1. This article is so sexist.

    What about the men who marry just to get a free skivvy, maid, daily sex and someone to look after THEIR children?

    “And this is called LOVE by men.”

    (Btw, this is not my views pertaining to all men – but probably the one who wrote this article).

    The moral of this message is not, don’t marry women who are interested in marriage!! (If you follow his advice, pop down to the local dirty club/brothal and take your pick, see how you do)

    The moral is: don’t choose a husband/wife because your ovaries/laziness are telling you too. Fulfill yourself first as a person, and find someone that you truly LOVE.

    Btw, this guy doesn’t sound very loving so I hope he is already married as his sexism is not likely to make him pull a keeper.

  2. I agree with much of what you say but perhaps you are being a little unkind to the girls. I say this for two reasons. Firstly, women are not cynical operators coldly calculating every move. Many of their motives come from instincts that do their work at a subconscious level. The goals you mention, such as status and financial security, are important of course, but they are also useful indicators of other qualities in the man. Women look for security and stability in their long-term partners and the woman must have some way of determining if the guy is steady or wild.
    Which brings me to the second reason. Men. We also have our biological imperatives and these are not in harmony with the objectives of the female. It makes biological sense for us to impregnate as many women as possible and have lots of short relationships. However, we also need to form longer partnerships if we want children of our own who will continue the biological line, inherit the wealth and protect us in our old age. So here’s the deal: men get exclusive sexual access to their partner, guaranteed and supported by the law, and further protected by the “doomsday machine” of male sexual jealousy. This ensures, as far as possible, that the woman’s husband is the father of her child.
    In return, men must support and protect the woman and their children, and stay away from other women (or at least not fall in love with them).

    This means, of course, that women should be careful about their choice of sexual partners, but men less so. This produces a constant low-level conflict. Men should seek easy women, but avoid them when choosing a long-term partner. Women are, and should be, attracted to good-looking, successful men, but should choose a long-term partner who is not going to run off with the next pretty thing who passes by. Not too attractive, in other words.

    This is the rational theory. Then there is another hormonal element we call love. This goes beyond reason. A bonding between two animals that reduces risks of infidelity and shows the prospective partner that a person’s intentions are honourable and sincere. “Love” is extremely important as it is hard to fake. It is also an excellent indicator of biological compatibility.

    It may be true that, in general, men are attracted by big tits, and women by big bank accounts but it’s not that simple and we don’t always get what we want. Fortunately.

    One final word about the girls. I have seen friends of mine who are childless and without a partner at the age of 35 or 40 and I have to say that, in some cases, the suffering and desperation is really terrible. I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. Don’t be too hard on them, they have a tougher time than we do.


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