“The idea that sex is something a woman gives a man, and she loses something when she does that, which again for me is nonsense. I want us to raise girls differently where boys and girls start to see sexuality as something that they own, rather than something that a boy takes from a girl.”
— Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Are there strategies and applications to get a Man or Woman
Women were outrage and downright fearful of the next man they encounter and fall in love with due to the Pepsi Cola /I phone application that suggested lines that men could use to ensnare females into their bedrooms. Women were classified into several stereotypes and supplementary pick up lines were attached with each female category that would ensure smoother transition from causal conversations into a steamy one night stand or relationship.
Women felt threatened by this new application because it is already difficult to develop a relationship with a prospective partner and avoid being exploited and now there is applications that will help the less noble males perpetuate their deceptions and fake relational interests. We are aware of the complexities involved in choosing a partner and forming a relationship with someone that possesses similar interest as one self. Women have searched for aids and enlisted the help of relationship gurus for decades to assist in the dating game as men continue to far outplay women on the relational frontier. This is evident in the number of heartbroken women as opposed to their male counterparts.
I spoke with a corporate lawyer, Mr. Tyrese Ferrari and he stated that “if men believe that they could use an application to get in bed with women; they had a next think coming” Mr. Ferrari went on to say that “ men have always known that there are ways and little lines that women will fall for…but to have an application made to guide us is downright an insult to men and more so women” he contend that “ you may get a woman…but the right type of woman will not fall for recited lines…she will deduce sooner or later that you are a fake ….you cannot trick a profound woman with lines”
On the other hand, Mr. Ferrari said that he did not understand why women were ranting about the application. “If you are smart woman…who knows exactly what you want…then you will not fall for rhymes and gimmicks…it goes to show that when it comes to relationships…we are all stupid!” Additionally he asserted that there is a billion dollar industry that is committed to helping women level with men on the dating field. There are books, websites, not to mention the female bibles (called magazines) and numerous relationship experts with forums and meetings designed to help women score with the man of their dreams. “men have always been slightly aware of the help programmes and literatures designed for women to score with men… but we have not complained or protest…every time people like Doctor John Gray, Bob Grant and Christian Carter publishes a book to help women score with men… men do not remonstrate…we find the idea frivolous…because it does not matter what a woman does, if she is not the one…there is no amount of books with guidelines that will help her to get my ring” I asked another male on the topic and he was very curt about how he felt “ women are always attempting to manipulate men…they reasons for doing everything that they do…and find other reasons for not doing what they are suppose to do!”
The big question is do women fall for certain utterances from men? Can a man influence a woman to sleep with him based on his arrant? Are there hidden words and phraseologies that will guarantee a man sexual acquaintance with a woman? How gullible are women and do we fall for these statements?
It does not matter what we use to formulate our relationships, whether it is magazines or phone applications. Genuine relationships are founded based on love and sincere interest not on manipulative and coy applications based on someone else’s opinion albeit the application was a brilliant idea and a confounded foray for Pepsi Cola into the social media marketing concepts.