This Is Your Conscience When Lincoln Anthony Blades is not writing for his controversial and critically acclaimed blog This Is Your Conscience.com, he can be found contributing articles for Uptown Magazine. My name is Renee, and let me quickly tell you what I believe…But the point I’m trying to drive home here is one of the main reasons women end up in the land of the Jump-Offs is because men actually DO need to create a solid emotional connection with a woman through conversation.There is a prevalent ideology that is routinely overstated by comics and wannabe funny-dudes, that men only need women to cook, clean, blow us and shut, what is called, the F*^K up – and it’s complete bullsh*t.I LOVE engaging in deep convo’s with a woman I find attractive – but I HATE being bombarded with 21 questions about how I ain’t sh*t for NOT taking the trash out last night as SOON as I get home from a 10 hour shift, before I even get a chance to take one cuff link out.Men actually DO want women with great conversational skills, because no matter how hard women may try to put their p*ssy on our pedestals, the most cherished commodity a woman has to a grown man is not her vagina – it’s her CHARACTER.
I recounted it later to an actor friend who slowed it way down and adapted it on the spot into a Pinteresque scene that was really fucking funny. Do women ever kick back and have intellectual conversations with their female friends? Or is it more the case that women have intellectual conversations - but only when chatting to a guy? I would be interested to know if others have ever come across a couple of women having a deep intellectual conversation? But then again - I haven't spent nearly as much time around women as others. I find this to be the case, with me - but then I try and steer most conversations in this direction since I am an aspie nerd. With males, they usually start but once the male (me) starts to delve into the gritty details and start to ask the hard questions, the follow-up responses usually start with "I don't know, I feel like...." and once I hear "I FEEL LIKE", I know the intellectual merit of the conversation has just went out the window, and I feign interest in an amused manner kind of like how a parent feigns interest when the child is trying to explain all the things his/her new toy can do. You'd think at least occasionally I'd overhear a conversation between two women that involved work-related matters. Do women ever kick back and have intellectual conversations with their female friends? Or is it more the case that women have intellectual conversations - but only when chatting to a guy?But a woman's only hobby is relationships and all the shallow mundane nonsense that goes along with it. The women I meet with hobbies tend to be not as feminine. Some women are better at playing along and keeping a certain level of engagement when the conversation turns to more serious matters, but they really can't contribute or add anything useful when the ideas become abstract. OP is an unmitigated ass but I will say that I was once stuck in a waiting room at an urgent care clinic (I had no health insurance at the time) and was forced to listen to the most inane conversation between two 20-ish women that could be imagined. Men will fucking sit there and assume I give a shit about every fucking thing that they want, think, need, wonder, or fear.