Traditionally, men are the buyers, women are the sellers. Role is reversed in many circumstances but that's the basic principle. It's not a double standard or sexist, it's our natural inclination. We're not special, just mammals. Men seek, women choose. Choosers who aren't picky are ineffective, seekers who seek a lot of things are effective. That's the basic principle of our species, we're at a turning point in that our technological advancement has allowed us to diverge from that primal path, however our instinct is slower to change than our capabilities which is why we have a problem. It's no longer about survival, though parts of us think it is, other parts know we're using protection and just want to feel good, meanwhile our instinct is clueless.
One cannot simply quit wow his way into Mordor.
Oh, it's going to be said eventually.
A keyhole that opens for any lock is a pretty shitty keyhole, but a key that can open any lock is an awesome key.
I don't agree with it but it's just a social left over attitude from when men were above women.
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