Men becoming the new girls

September 12, 2010 6:30am CST
how do you deal with your men becoming the new girl. Let's admit most men in this generation becomes more vain, takes them hours to prepare and get something to wear. they also throw tantrums when they feel they are ignored or not given attention. you'd also see him looking most of the times in the mirror. is this OK to you as his woman partner who supposed to be acting how he is actually acting? how do/would you deal with it?
3 responses
@Metatronik (5923)
• Pasay, Philippines
14 Sep 10
I have actually heard some issue that in all male schools there were students that are really vain especially in putting their gels on their hair. Well I think it does not matter as long as they are still good looking and not awkward to see it. Other than that if that is suitable for them why not?
@Angelwriter (1956)
• United States
12 Sep 10
I'm going to skip over the getting dressed thing and looking in a mirror. None of those things would bother me unless they kept him or me from doing something else we needed to do. Now, on to the throwing tantrums if he's being ignored or not getting attention. I find it unbelievably offensive that behavior like that is listed as how women are "supposed" to behave. I would have a problem with a guy acting like that. But not because he's acting the way a woman is supposed to act. I'd have a problem because he's acting like a brat. And believe me, brats come in both genders. I'd have a problem because he's acting like a toddler. So no, I wouldn't be okay with him acting like that. And how would I deal with it? Probably tell him to grow up. Start acting like an adult.
• United States
12 Sep 10
This is cute,I can'st and men who linger in the mirror like that. I think men are quick at getting dressed after ironing their clothes. Those who prance in the mirror for long periods of time are to womanish for me. Get ready and lets go.