After a tumultuous 2020 and a violent start to 2021, I now can’t see, can’t smell, can barely hear, and in all likelihood will soon also lose my senses of touch and taste. Luckily, all of this is a source of great entertainment for my wife & family members. And – let’s face it – ironically, that’s not such a bad thing – when the wife is happy, I may get a chance to be happy too.
Making women happy… It’s a holy grail very few men have managed to attain, with thousands of pages of books and articles written, offering opinions and instructions to make the task even remotely possible. Still, despite these volumes of information available to men, most continue to fail miserably – and, what’s worse, can’t even figure out what they are doing wrong. But don’t run away – I won’t bore you with another advice on winning a woman’s heart; that’s not what this is about.
Look, say what you will, but women are way stronger and more resilient than men. We are clueless and can’t even comprehend what it takes to be a woman! That’s simply because our lives are much simpler and less inundated with details – a guy may wake up in a middle of a trashed apartment, fall out of bed, put on some pants (if available) and run outside looking for food and women. It’s fair to say that men typically only have to worry about these two things:
1. Trying to make money, and –
2. Avoid getting punched in the face when colliding with other men on a mission.
Oh, if we only knew and realized the million little things women go through each day, each month and year after year – it is mind boggling! Apply makeup, find matching clothing, go through a thousand pairs of shoes, make sure things at home are neatly arranged… the list goes on. Do you realize they spend at least an hour each day on their hair? You know about all the cremes, skin care products and cosmetics they are forced to use? We would go crazy just thinking about it!
It takes immense strength and fortitude to be a woman, and so it goes without saying that men simply can’t measure up, although we try. Women usually just laugh at our attempts to remain relevant, and share the stories of our pathetic failures with each other during their Girls Nights Out. And as I observe their contagious laughter from a distance, I realize that there is nothing I can do about my own inferiority to them – however, as a consolation, I CAN find someone even more pathetic and pitiful. Have you guessed yet?
I am talking about the “men” who for some reason have suddenly decided they wanted to become women and, in addition to taking hormones and Lord knows what else, have demanded that the world refer to them as “she” and “her”. Ok, you may be thinking it, but I’ll say it out loud – come on!! Are you insane?! Who are you kidding?! You can’t just call yourself a woman and suddenly become one. But the real question is: WHY the hell would you ever want to?! Are you really up to the challenge?
Most of these newly-minted “women” can’t even act the part and quickly realize that they are just guys who got in over their heads. My all-time favorite moment was Ben Shapiro getting into a political discussion with a transgender woman, who was actually a former Marine / Green Beret / some sort of a trained killer, who had flown missions in Iraq and had been a tough guy most of his / her life. Now, as a woman, s/he was sitting next to Ben, who refused to recognize the transgender status of his opponent and simply stated: “This is all crazy, no such thing as transgender women and these are still men in women’s clothing.” The former Marine chick was getting visibly worked up, and after a while obviously forgot that s/he was now a woman and told Ben that s/he would just beat his ass. Listen, that’s how a guy would handle it, for sure. A lady would get upset, would either yell or cry, but would not ask a guy to step outside for a beating.
Let’s agree to disagree, but for the vast majority of these fake women gender euphoria eventually wears off and gives way to the realization that they are just not cut out to handle the pressure of being a woman. They thought it was fun and easy? – well, think again, pal! Look, it’s a free country and if a guy wants to suddenly be a girl – hell, go for it. Still, you can’t change biology and surely can’t change who you are by wearing lipstick, pantyhose and whatever else goes under there. The world seems to applaud transgender people for being strong and resilient, but do they truly deserve praise and medals for making that choice? Perhaps the true display of strength and resilience is being who you are in this world, not looking for alterations, but simply trying to be the best version of your real self.