There are plenty of things the world could get rid of tomorrow and we would be a better society for it. Diet water, pennies, any movie starring Jack Black, Soulja Boy and the candy Almond Joy (who still eats those?). They take up unnecessary space in the Universe. Something else that needs to go: “average” women. The world would be a much better place without the “average” woman. Society would not be in toilet as it is now, we would probably be in a much better place politically and economically and maybe there wouldn’t be so damn men that are 40 going on 14. Perhaps there would not be so many Drake wannabes in Hip-Hop and masculinity would not be so damn scarce.
The typical, average woman is a disgrace and a hindrance to society.
What makes a woman “average”?
For starters, an “average” woman cannot see anything past the mirror. Men are typically labeled “arrogant” and “egotistical”, yet it is really the middle-of-the-road woman that truly display these traits. They put themselves first, ALWAYS. Now, that alone doesn’t make you selfish, but we would not have progressed as a species if we simply put ourselves first all the time. In 1896, George Washington Carver helped revolutionize agriculture. Some of his practices are still being used today so farmers can grow the necessary crops used to make your peanut butter and banana sandwiches (something else that needs to go). The smartphone you are reading this on, the charger you use to charge your smartphone and almost every other electronic device is made possible by Otis Boykin’s resistors. Early space exploration was dominated by selfless men who put the human race before their own needs. The typical, “average” woman is not capable of this.
A common double standard that irritates “average” women is the “hoe” label. You know, that tired ass “If a guy sleeps with five women in one night he is a playa, but if a woman does the same thing she is a hoe” argument. However, they are blind to the double standards they place on most men. If a decent looking guy comes on too strong, “average” women consider him a creep. In some extreme cases, he might be punished for sexual harassment. Now let’s replace the decent looking guy for a guy who looks like Idris Elba. He could probably call the girl every derogatory term in the book and get away with it. Double standard. The “average” woman will dress like she just came back from The Red Light District, have a guy stare at their goods and cry “slut shaming”. Double standard. So these “average” women give different guys different sets of rules but get upset when guys do the same to them? Such an “average” mindset.
And let’s not forget the “respect” card. The “average” woman complains about men always “objectifying” them. Remember the whole “Women Not Objects” campaign? They feel they are portrayed as sexual objects. Well, the “average” woman portray themselves as a sexual object. As a former Music Director at a Chicago radio station, the amount of tight clothing, short skirts, cleavage, batting of the eyes, flirtatious comments and sexual innuendo that I saw and heard on a daily basis just to get an internship was astounding. This gets more scandalous in the workplace. Almost 20% of women have slept with their bosses in hopes of getting a raise. Yet it is wrong for us men to objectify.
Men play a part in this as well. We give these “average” women a lot of power in our lives. The dominant species should look to raise our standards. We should ask ourselves why do these “average” women matter so much? Let us focus on the real women in society. The women who works two jobs, takes care of a family and earns her own way without throwing her legs open. The women who respect themselves and know how to dress sexy and classy. Women who are trailblazers and changing the world. The women who do not protest every single word that comes out of someone else’s mouth. Most importantly, the women who do not see a guy as a means of income and a golden ticket to a lavish life.
Out with the “average” and in with the “real” is what I say