Some people draw their boundaries quite close to themselves, allowing others to infringe upon their personal world dramatically, without resistance.Others draw expansive boundaries, protecting even their smallest and least significant rights and emotions relentlessly. But before saying more about how they play into male-female dynamics, I want to illustrate the concept with a few examples... There is one seat available, but a businessman is using it for his laptop bag while he works intently on his computer.
They don't like them because they are assholes, they like them in spite of their being assholes.
The book Why Men Love Bitches doesn't make this distinction strongly enough for my taste.
If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
My conclusion was that the book is saying something true, but also saying it poorly.
The truth is that men are attracted to bitches, but we don't love them because they are bitches; we just love women that happen to be bitches.
Example 2 – A woman is asked out by a man who doesn't show up for a date, and doesn't apologize.
If the woman has strong boundaries, she won’t hesitate to delete his contact information, and tell him when he calls back three days later that he can go fuck himself.
In any case, this criticism obviously begs the question: what are “bitchy” girls doing right?