Thirty-year-old men refuse to man up while their female counterparts are growing up. Result? Women are unhappy:
Young professional women may not relate to the financial struggles their Millennial peers are protesting against during the Occupy New York movement. After all, these ambitious go-getters are working as doctors, lawyers, engineers, and advertising executives, blessed with great salaries, health benefits, and paid vacation.
But these women understand the protestors’ frustration and unhappiness over the fact that their lives aren’t supposed to turn out this way. This is why a growing number of young professional women who seem to “have it all” are burning out at work before they reach 30.
The TV show Friends was highly popular during Millennial women’s coming of age. Did none of these girls listen to the open credit’s song:
So no one told you life was gonna be this way
Your jobs a joke, you’re broke, your love life’s D.O.A.
It’s like you’re always stuck in second gear
And it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month, or even your year
The message of, “I’ll Be There for You,” and Friends (having never watched an episode, it’s a presumption) is that even though your work life may suck, your personal relationships make life meaningful.
I’ll be there for you (When the rain starts to pour)
I’ll be there for you (Like I’ve been there before)
I’ll be there for you (‘Cause you’re there for me too)
Because American women are insufferable, they lack the traditional social support network. Women no longer enjoy the company of steadfast men, because alpha males don’t tolerate American women long-term.
The mass of men – perfectly suitable betas – have had their hormonal levels manipulated through poor diet and other environmental factors. Good men thus remain in short supply.
Having won their war against men, women are learning why, “May you get what you wish for,” is called the Gypsy curse.