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Women have expiration dates!

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Wednesday, June 16, 2010 8:57:46 PM
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    Just like any perishable item on store shelves, women have similar life cycle; They're unripe before a certain age, then ripe but not mature, then mature and ripe. Then ripe and oozing with the juices and then they expire. The stores try to get rid of them as soon as they can to make place for the new products, and before they rot, spoil and expire.

    If you feel that that image was too harsh, too degrading, objectifying and commercializing women. Then you would be absolutely right on all counts.

    But if you want to add being realistic to the list, you would be one who lives somewhere in our side of the world.

    If the society continues to reduce women to just goods. It would be a sad society to live in. Honestly, such a society would deserve nothing short of pity. Pity over all the lost opportunities. Over the wasted efforts trying to achieve trivialities. Over the huge resource drain over the pursuit of nothing more vapor.

    It's harsh to be a women in these societies. It's not any easier for men. But they get off easily, they have longer shelve lives.

    Personally, I think women should stop worrying about all of these "sacred" social "expectations". Yes, we all, seek happiness, love, a stable family. But I just fail to see how any of these can be achieved with a marriage that is doomed before it even starts.

    Just for the sake of beating that expiration date!

    Truth is, we don't have an expiration date. We're not goods or merchandise that people can trade and buy. We, both men and women, have greater goals in life.

    Here's a thought...

    If the goals of society, family, peers, and biological clocks can not be achieved reasonably... Then why not make our own goals!?

    Think about it, if someone is simply unable to find the right person to build a family with, then why not just pursue another goal. Like being a world renowned scientist, an accomplished author, an aspiring activist, a celebrated artist or even a generous philanthropist?

    Quite frankly, the world needs people who are doing things out of passion. Passion that could substitute the family, spouse and children. Passion that is driven with dedication to a goal or a cause. Passion that is not distracted by the society, family and their expectations.

    Wouldn't that be a legacy worth living for?

    Wouldn't that legacy beat those artificial expiration dates imposed by the goals of a society that has lost touch with human potential in favor of normalizing everyone into the same mold?

    Wouldn't pursuing a higher goal, beat sitting idle at home, waiting for prince charming?

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    • whispers
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    • On: 6/16/2010 9:29:13 PM
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    I don't like when people considered getting married as a goal in life..how to achieve some thing u can't change and you don't have any control on it!!!

    I'm keep telling people around me talking about MY biological clock that, it suppose to tick only in my head and I don't hear it ,I'm not worried Faaa please do not worry on my behalf

    bs la 7ayat leman tonadee :D
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    • On: 6/16/2010 9:45:56 PM
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    I completely understand where you're coming from. People need to start minding their own business and stop trying to help the "damaged" people
    For all I know, these people are the ones causing the damage and rubbing it in more and more. At some point them make people feel as if something is wrong with them

    Hopefully, our society will grow out of this phase
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    • Haitham
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    • On: 6/17/2010 1:32:05 AM
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    Qwaider,

    What you say is more than great! But remember there are things to satisfy at the bottom of the hierarchy of needs before going up! Sex is one thing, and our society is too stupid in its conservatism when it comes to this point! Now am not talking about bachelor men, who are unjustifiably seen as a threat to any married man cuz this is an issue of its own, am talking about girls! Unless this girl is asexual, she has to find away to satisfy this thing, and in our society it is only way out is marriage!

    We always overlook human needs in this country and this is why we are a developing country! When we understand the hierarchy of needs and use it as a tool in our society development, then it is only a matter of time before we are called developed!
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    • Qwaider
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    • On: 6/17/2010 3:23:13 AM
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    To be completely honest with you Haitham, if a person reaches 25 and has not had it yet, ie, the hardest part is over, then it will not be a major part of their life. Maybe it will after it's been practiced. But if it never was, it will continue to play little to no role in personal achievement.

    Sex is important, but it's not the most important thing, and not for everyone. What I'm saying, some people can find joy and fulfillment without even thinking of this. Without having it as something they necessarily need.

    I bet you this sex "NEED" is a male invention.
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    • On: 6/18/2010 6:30:17 PM
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    First of all we need to explore the mind of males.In the natural they are "Serial Monogamists"(I give credit to Marvin for this name),I was one myself,even though I never physically cheated on my husband because I was afraid of God,and I I don't think I could live with my husband in a day today relationship while cheating like crazy behind his back,but that's me.Another thing, is Hollywood lying to us  about the expiration date of women,it won't be long till Megan Fox will replace Brad Pitt's wife,she is after all almost 36,or maybe she already is. Anyway she is not gonna last very much longer,I for one recognize the number 38 playing into Marilyn Monroe's depression and over medication and Anna Nicole Smith's, as well as her young son's death,and Marilyn never could carry a child full term,so she never seemed to have anything to live for.  
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    • Haitham Al Shishani
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    • On: 6/18/2010 10:06:20 PM
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    Hello all,
    Gr8 topic and wonderful comments,
    Just can`t add more :)

    I`m with u Qwaider that sex "need" is a male thingy!

    H.
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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