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Do Women Really Love Men?

Do women really love men?

I have seen a lot of women profess a lot of love to a lot of men.

I have also seen men who do the same.

But do women truly love men?

Are they just seeking company?

Are the women seeking fulfilment or money from or with the men?

Are the women professing love in order to get security,protection or cover?

Or they simply want to have a man they can call their own?

It appears to me, that if a woman gets all she wants, then she may not truly love the man.

She will begin to profess independence, women liberation,unwillingness to become submissive to the man, etc. Do women truly love men?.

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yes they do as far as they have cash

my gf claims she dosent love me 4 my cash

and gets angry once i tell her shes afta me 4 for cash

LOL

anyway i don see oda tins 2 ask am now

like if im hell broke if she can stay wit me

she seem more fashioon oriented these days

i dont seem 2 understand no more

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@smurf

How is your day ?

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Many women love men with money.

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this is such a silly thread,

@poster - are u bored, high or both?

see ur mouth like 'do women really love men?' hissssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

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Actually all the gf i have had genienly loves me.So i will say a woman can truely love a man, even to sacrifies herself to some extent jst as some men could.

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I'd say,quite a few really do,but they are a fast dying breed. Right now,love has been sacrificed on the alter of compatibility and stuff. Compatibility in the sense that the guy has to be compatible with the money needs of the lady,looks dept,style et al.

But loving a guy just for him,I think it's close to impossible to see a lady who'd tell you that. Either the guy is loaded,looks like an adonis, or a complete dolt that can be manipulated. Take a look around you,look real close,you'd find nearly all relationships fall into this genre, and the funny thing is the ladies don't even know they don't truly love their man,one can live so much in deceit that it becomes second nature. And before the ladies start blowing a fuse,ask yourself this: Should he become less handsome by virtue of a freak accident would you still be there? and for those that are quick to say yes, for how long will you care about him in his not so appealing state,probably he's now crippled or something,or burnt, or whatever,so the looks that always turned ur feet into jelly is no longer the same will you still care? How about this scenerio, he's no longer well paid,maybe he lost his job,bad business move or whatever,and now he's broke as fk,how long will you hang around when all the outings,money,allowances,clothings and the like stop coming?, let's call a spade a spade, only a select few,I repeat,frightfully few,really love their man,others, it's just a game,that could go on for the rest of our lives even when the kids start arriving,sad don't you think?.

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oh no you didnt! lexi, dont even get me started with you!

Did i say anything that should affect you if you're not guilty of it? You need to start seeing the truth, and someone had to say it out before you get lost, and thats the truth!

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of course we love men, problem is some of them are so blind, they just cant see what we see. Trust me, i've met a few who are worse than bats when it comes to sight.

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Men stick with women in spite of all their inadequacies and stuff.

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No, not at all.

We just stick with them and their bad behavior for the fun of it

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Yes they do really love their men.

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NO! They love their pockets

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There are still some women who love their men. I can attest to that.

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Oh yeah, women love men with passion, just as long as you don't ask them to serve under a man!

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women love men but their love has expiring date.

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