XY by Alexis Abbey
On the Forefront of the Male Backlash

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At this time in contemporary American history Men are hereby accusing Women of driving Men crazy, exploiting, and abusing them, or at the very least, holding them back. Men everywhere are feeling used, and it’s time they put an end to it. Men question the right of Women to be reliant on Men. Yet Women seem to think that the common approach to social intercourse is blood sucking symbiotic dependency. This requires explanation and demands defense. This is what impelled the authors to write this book.
XY is written for Men. Women should read this, too, but they likely freak out, start screaming their heads off, and will be far too defensive, without learning a single thing. They will get all unsettled and fight for their honor when it is not even at stake.

Pretty Women overvalue their social worth so much that they feel that guys should pay for everything they want in exchange for their presence. Smart Women overvalue their brains so much that they feel guys should pay for them in exchange for their finally having a Female Friend that they can really talk to and learn from. Both types of Women, and all others, do things like massage a guy’s shoulders or feels his thigh(s) immediately after he spends money on her so that he will subconsciously associate spending money on her with a reward. Psychologists label this operant conditioning technique as "anchoring." In these days of diseases and genital nightmares guys don’t even want that “exchange” anymore. They’d rather go out with the boys, who split everything evenly, laugh at jokes, dance a little around the dance floor, check out pretty babes, then go home and name a pillow. Then the evening can end without his mind being cluttered with thoughts of how much money he spent, how much he’s going to have to work to replenish the well, wondering why she didn’t put out, and if she did; did he get any diseases? It’s all such a nightmare that it’s no wonder guys are narrowing their options and deciding on the fact that masturbation is safe, clean, and economical.

About Alexis Abbey

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Published November 4, 2011 31 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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