No hope.

Have you ever felt like you just can’t anymore?
Like nothing has a point?
Everywhere you turn the universe seems to be throwing something at you?

Then again, you may be getting your period.
I think that’s my problem today. I feel SO unnecessarily emo.

The one thing I hate most about being a girl is the fact that we have to menstruate. It’s such a long process as well.
You experience physical pain, you bleed and you’re on an emotional roller coaster ride for days before, during and after your period.

Men will never understand.
And neither will I.

Anyone want my ovaries?

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Women are bitches.

Yes, I went there. Women are constantly complaining about how badly men treat them (I’m a woman, I should know – and I do, not the point) but I almost never hear females complain about how badly women treat other women.

Ask a woman what she will call another woman who sleeps around with multiple partners and I guarantee you a derogatory word will follow. But ask a man what he’d call another man who sleeps around with multiple partners and something along the lines of champion will follow. Of course, this is not ALWAYS the case but most of the time it is (trust me; I have survey results from a research paper to prove it).

My point is not that women should start encouraging each other to sleep around but rather that they should start encouraging each other FULL STOP. We can learn a lot from the way men stick by each other.

“Girl World” can be a cold and harsh place. Unfortunately a lot of the time women allow jealousy, insecurities and petty little things to get in the way of their ability to treat each other with love and respect (I’m NOT saying men are angels).

What we as females don’t realise is that each time we disrespect and devalue each other we make it okay for males to do it too. In my opinion we should stop the bitching, the backstabbing, and the finger-pointing. Females need to learn to treat each other with respect and then maybe males will learn to do so too.

The man may wear the pants but the woman takes them off.

As a woman, you dictate how a man can treat you. Yes, I said it. The way a man treats you is your fault –well, MOST of the time anyway. It’s so easy for a woman to turn around and say all men are the same. I mean, men don’t exactly jump at the chance to prove the negative stereotypes wrong that some women have of them.

Men are simple creatures. He either wants to be with you, or doesn’t. Women hear what they want to. They add 1 + 1 and end up with five. When a man says he doesn’t want to be in a relationship, he’s not playing hard to get – he means it. Yet many women take this as a personal challenge and then blame the man later when he turns around and moves on to the next fling (and then we have the pleasure of reading countless emo Facebook and Twitter updates).

We teach men how to treat us by accepting their bad behaviour (Yes there are genuine assholes walking this Earth, but they are a mixture of male and female). If a man loves you he will treat you as you should be treated; he will take your feelings into account. You will matter to him.

If a man treats you badly and you allow it everytime, don’t expect him to change. Know what you’re worth and know what you deserve. Don’t accept anything less. If it’s meant to be, it will be.