Boys, How Do You Manage Dating Girls, When I Can't Even Friend One

Boys, How Do You Manage Dating Girls, When I Can't Even Friend One

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Why do people voluntarily date females?

I mean, I understand the whole soft skin, plump lips and "Bruh, she so hot" scenarios.

But when it comes down to the simple facts, just how? I've had my fair share of female interactions. From sleep away camps, to girls only soccer teams and being separate from the boys during church activities. Every time we would leave the boys I felt the room becoming colder. As they take off their fake smiles that they used to impress one another and let their real colors show.

Girls are pretty ugly. Honestly, something pretty vicious.

Between the gossip, the backstabbing, the "I'm not going to tell you how I really feel, so let me be passive towards you" mindset, they aren't just rude but insanely confusing. Girls speak their own language and expect every other female in their species to understand what the h*ck they are talking about. Well, news flash, I grew up in the same girl world as you and I still have no idea what you are talking about.

With boys, it has always been easy.

A guy thinks you are ugly at school, he is going to tell you. He will walk straight up to you, look deep into your soul, pull your ping tail and say, "You are ugly. Nobody will ever love you." Meanwhile, the other half of the population is giving their fake I love you smiles and commented on your latest Instagram post, "Omg girl, you are so CUTE". And then turn around to her friend and be like, "Omg, did you just see what so and so posted. Yikes! Why does she photoshop herself so much." Girls are fake. From their overly tan shade of concealer to her tight fake smile. We can see the true colors that she has placed numerous concealer coats over. Nothing truly hides pure ugly.

So, boys of the world. What is your secret?

How are you able to hang out with the female species for countless hours and fall in love with them? Cause, honestly I just can't. I have a handful of true, good female friends. That are blunt and honest. Who, no offense ladies, act more like a stereotypical dude then the rest of the girls I have ever met in my life. So, how are you boys handling the girls of the world today? How do you manage their fake personalities and endless high-pitch laughter?

I've never felt like one of the girls.

The girl world was always cold and felt like I was trapped in a mind-game. And it is not like I have tried to understand females. Understand why we as a species put on our fake smiles and try to act like we love someone. Why we act like something does not bother us. And then snap and cut the person out when they don't read our passive, silence signals. Like news flash, nobody is a mind-reader. Start speaking up and saying something when things bother you.

I feel like boys must know the secret.

So, what is it , boys? What is the secret behind handling a girl? You must have some good ones, cause from the girl who can't stand being friends with females, I surely don't know how you do it.

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13 Signs You Grew Up In The 2000s

Get ready to feel nostalgic

The 2000s, generally referred to as the decade falling between 2000 and 2009. However, these 10 years were so much more dear to our hearts and definitely cannot be limited to this simplified definition. From hopes that you had the best kooky pen collection, to dreaming about making it to see the year 3000, there was never a dull moment. So, put on those terry cloth sweatpants, charge up that nano iPod, and read about the signs that prove you grew up in the best decade:

1. You might have jammed out to “Girlfriend” by Avril Lavigne on your nano IPod

Yes you had one, and your playlists consisted of the best songs the 2000s had to offer; All American Rejects, Fall Out Boy, The Killers and of course Avril Lavigne.

2. You treated your tamagotchi as if it were your child

This hand held digital pet probably occupied a little too much of your time. You spent your days feeding it scones and watching them reach a new life cycle.

3. Your wardrobe consisted of every color Juicy sweatsuit and Ed hardy tees...

Thank god these terrycloth outfits made a comeback!... Right?

4. ... Oh, and gauchos, you LOVED gauchos

These pants took over your wardrobe before yoga pants came into your life. Gauchos flooded the playground in pink, blue and tie-dye. I miss you gauchos.

5. You had the debate with your friends over whether Webkinz or Club Penguin was better, but you begged your parents for a membership to both

As soon as you logged onto your account your afternoon was booked up. While on your Webkinz you visited the curio shop, got a checkup with Dr. Quack, made a hamburger in the employment office and played cash cow in the arcade.

6. Your friends always had these in their pantry

At the end of a long, hard day of multiplication, going to your friends house for a playdate and indulging in a cosmic brownie was a necessity.

7. This was your first experience with makeup, and a cell phone

This accessory gave the lyrics "my lipgloss is cool my lipgloss be poppin" a whole new meaning. Pretending to answer the phone while smearing your lips in every color imaginable; this was the perfect mix of feeling like you were a teenager while also staying true to your child like self.

8. Lizzie Mcguire was the first ever Bitmoji

You watched her on Disney Channel as Lizzie McGuire, admired her fashion sense, and sang to "Hey Now" an endless amount of times. Hillary Duff was the definition of goals.

9. The auctioning off of silly bandz in elementary school was basically Wallstreet

The must have accessory of the 2000s.

10. You would beg your mom to buy you lunchables when you walked down the frozen food isle

Looking back on it now, eating these was probably not the best idea.

11. You had a favorite Jonas Brother

And it was NEVER Kevin.

12. You dreamed of riding around in a JetX just like the kids in PCA

You put getting a JetX on your To-Do list right under making a key necklace.

13. Instead of homework, your after school activities consisted of watching THE BEST Disney Channel and Nickelodeon shows

Disney Channel and Nickelodeon will sadly never be the same. Classics include: Hannah Montana, Ned's Declassified, Suite Life of Zack and Cody and That's so Raven.

Don't you want to just go back in time and bask in the simple days where all you cared about was how good your blue eyeshadow looked and when the next Disney Channel Original movie would come on?

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In A Society Where Sex Sells And Women Are Trying To Be Heard

You are a valuable human being, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.


I think it's fair to say we all have our guilty pleasures in life.

Those romantic comedies, steamy novels, or dramatic tv shows.

We love seeing the super attractive guy, with the super attractive girl.

But I think what society has picked up on, and what continues to happen, is women are being overly sexualized.

Whether it be a commercial, a show, a movie, a picture, or advertisement, sex will sell just about anything.

And I know this happens to men as well, and sure we don't mind looking at it, and might not even notice any real problems, but it is a problem.

We live in a society where men and women want to be heard, they want their voices out on the platforms for the world to hear, they want to change, and action.

We want to end major problems like human trafficking, sexual predators, and rape culture.

But let's put up a billboard of a half-dressed woman for children to see.

Let's make this simple.

No a woman or man for that matter, wearing very little clothing does not mean they are open or willing to engage with anyone sexually. This does not excuse rape, catcalling, or other sexual comments.

But listen, I am a woman, and if there is a man on the beach with a six-pack, It might catch my eye.

Just as a woman with a very revealing top may get a couple of glances, but this still doesn't have to be made sexual or overly dramatic. We can notice, and control our thoughts.

But here's the thing, if we continue to push sex, it really doesn't help our case.

As a woman I know if I walk into a job interview I'm going to look my best because my goal is to show I am a sophisticated individual worth being hired, it sends a message, just as walking into an interview with sweatpants would be.

I know I can speak for all men and women and say we all desire respect, as we should.

We don't want unwanted attention.

But there are a lot of other things we don't want either,

as I mentioned before, predators, sex traffickers, or rapists.

I believe clothing or lack thereof do not lead to such things, but rather things like pornography, graphic movies, shows, or magazines can "encourage."

NOT intentionally.

But think about it, really.

They create a fantasy, which means they aren't real. But when we continue to promote these things it becomes real for some people.

We as women want to be heard, we want respect, we want equality, but I'm telling you we are not going to get that in a society that banks off of sex. Or sexually exploiting ourselves.



2. I'm pretty sure people will still buy the product without the half dressed individuals if marketed well

I think if we want to change then we need to fix the issues staring right at us.

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