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I think there is a connection with (pay/sexual) equality and dating attitudes which has created two groups of women. There's the "Sex And The City" more sexually aggressive group and the traditional women who resent them and call them "easy".
You are right so much has changed and yet men have such different thoughts.Women are still looked as, ''easy to get.'' Thank you
The minute a woman buys into the thing of not expecting any chivalrous treatment, she has lost. Personally, I have no problem with Sex and the City women. What I'm saying is that men have developed entitlement issues and only women can change that.
Men are usually sexually driven from an early age. Women dictate how men must behave to have sex with them. Over the years many women have (relaxed) their requirements. It has led some men to treat (all) women the same; upsetting traditional women
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Greatly mentioned,''When we stop looking (forward) we start to die.''
"if one were to look under the hood they'd see much of "chivalry" is born out of "sexism" or placing women on the same level as children. I respectfully disagree. The history of "free love" is much more sexist.
My point is during the years when chivalry was considered a mainstay was also during the era where women has less equality and were viewed as "the weaker sex". As for "free love" (better birth control and the hippie drug culture) led the way.
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