Originally Posted by MasterD
There are definitely polarity differences between men and women. I don't know if this is biological or spiritual, or maybe both, but how I feel it is that I have to live my life and achieve goals. This is far less important for women. Women generally want a dominant man who is very confident, knows his place in the world and knows what he is after. I think they are more happy supporting a man and giving him the energy and inspiration to achieve these goals then they are achieving goals themselves. The problem is that there are so few masculine man, that women are forced to take the masculine role and thereby losing touch with there feminine part and that women have forgotten that that is what they love most (women, correct me if I am wrong). Of course this can be switched if a man takes the feminine polarity and a woman the masculine polarity, but in order for a relationship to thrive there has to be a polarity.
I just get mad when I read comments like this.
I won't even bother to dissect the prejudice that is your post, it speaks for itself.
edit: Realtionships based on mutual respect and acceptance are usually thriving ones, unlike relationships which are fettered by some socially constructed 'polarity'. Talking about polarities in this way is restricting, since there are too many nuances in behaviour.