The above photo went viral on Mashable recently. It’s about three girls who all got engaged at around Christmas time and their girlfriends are celebrating. All but one. Note the girl in the lower-left corner in the red jacket. Awesome. (She coincidentally happens to be one of the best-looking women in this photo by far. Or is that not a coincidence?) Regardless if she’s doing that because she’s secretly jealous and wants to be engaged herself, or if she thinks the entire thing is stupid, she’s the only one in the picture with the correct (outward) reaction to Societal Programming.
Like everything on the internet, it’s possible this picture was staged or fake. So far I have not seen any evidence of this, but regardless this photo demonstrates several interesting facts about human behavior and Societal Programming.
1. Single women are jealous of engaged women…for no reason.
These three engaged women appear to be in their early to mid 20s. That means that statistically speaking, odds are high that they will eventually be experiencing a painful divorce down the road with their husbands-to-be.
If they happen to beat the odds and stay married, the odds are high that they will be catching their future husbands cheating on them, or they themselves will cheat and get caught, and suffer all the usual consequences.
If they really, really beat the odds and stay married for the next 60 years and never experience an affair during that entire time, the odds are high they will end up being in a boring, unfulfilled marriage in their old age with a husband they don’t even like, but can’t divorce because as bitter old women they won’t have any other options.
This is not me being negative. These are all real statistics I’ve discussed before.
So then why are single women jealous of engaged women? Do these single women want divorces too? Do they want men cheating on them too? Why is this something to be jealous of? It would be funny if it wasn’t so sad.
This is why I laugh when I see a single woman jealously upset when she sees an engaged woman. That single woman has much higher odds for a happier life than the woman about to be married, especially if she’s 24 frickin’ years old when she does it.
2. Engaged women don’t care if they have problems later.
Your answer to the above might be, “Because these single women aren’t aware of all those statistics. They’re just young dumb girls who have no idea.”
Most human beings in the modern era and the western world already know about sky-high divorce rates and even higher infidelity rates. Even hardcore monogamy defenders have nothing to say to me when I quote statistics like this, because they know these are real and verifiable facts.
I’d bet you real money that most, if not all, the young women in the above photo know at least a little bit about a “50% divorce rate”. I’d also bet many of them, if not most of them, have divorced parents. I’d also bet that many of them, if not most of them, hell, if not all of them, have either been cheated on by boyfriends and/or have close female friends who have had that problem.
People are not ignorant about this stuff. They know. And they ignore and proceed anyway.
So if people know this long-term monogamy stuff doesn’t work, why are engaged women so excited? And why are single women so jealous of them?
3. Women (and men) tend to leap into serious relationships much faster during the holiday season.
I have no statistics to back this up, but I have so much anecdotal data I’m confident this is true. Every November and December I see women instantly “commit” to guys they barely know (or old guy friends they have recently reunited with) into “serious” exclusive relationships faster than at any other time of year.
I also often see these relationships fail in a torrent of drama by about March the following year, just after Valentine’s Day.
Most women feel very uncomfortable being single during the holidays, and will go to absurd lengths to make sure this is not so, including leaping into “serious” exclusive relationships way too fast with men they shouldn’t.
4. The picture accurately shows the percentage of women consumed by false Societal Programming and those who are not.
Twelve women in the picture, eleven of whom are pumped about getting married in your early to mid 20s, and one (apparently) who is not. That’s a split of about 92% vs 8%. That’s about right. I have talked before about how truly Independent women make up only about 10% of the female population, the other 90% being Dominants or Submissives who need to be married to a man (or similar). Again, I have no idea if the upset girl with the fantastic ass is actually an Independent or not, but the representation is eerily accurate to what I’ve been saying for a very long time.
I promise you that in that above photo, one or two of those girls is an Independent, about seven of them are Dominants, and the remaining four are Submissives. We could even go full-on nerd and start guessing as to which girls are which based on their body language and facial expressions, but I’ll leave that to you guys.
5. Societal Programming stupidly teaches women to feel like failures if they don’t get married by age 25 or 30.
This is one of the saddest aspects of this, and it doesn’t get talked about enough. Society teaches women to feel like failures, yes, failures as women if they don’t get married by a certain age.
This is horrible. I’ve seen many beautiful, wonderful, intelligent women really get depressed or upset about this. She’s 26 or 31 and not married yet, so no matter how amazing her life is, no matter how amazing she is, no matter what she’s accomplished, all of that means nothing to her personal happiness because her female friends are getting married and she feels left out. Moreover her friends and family members look down their noses at her because she’s not married yet. And she feels this.
She shouldn’t have go through that.
I seriously feel sorry that women have to be treated this way by a ridiculous society whose views on marriage and monogamy are at least 60 years out of date.