Originally Posted by arjen
I don't think this article translates directly to "How te be a woman". Of course, everyone has a masculine and feminine side. However, a woman following these rules is essentially "acting like a man". I think "How to be a woman" is more about celebrating life, "going with the flow" and having the exchange of love as your priority.
All of this assuming that you accept the underlying principle that men and women are equal but not the same and that if both act according to their own "natural" values and priorities, life and relationships will be much more passionate and interesting.
Steve, this article reminds me a lot of the work of David Deida, especially his book "The Way of the Superior Man
". I'm curious to hear what your experiences with the principles in your article are and what you think of David Deida's work, if you're familiar with it.
It is incorrect to compare steve with Deida.
He talks about sex.
Steve talks about the purpose of life .