Joseph in USA wrote:
American women are very overweight compared to other countries such as in Europe, Asia, Latin American...basically most places. I've lived around the world and whenever I come back for a visit to the US, I can't help but look around and think, wow, it's pretty bad here. I think that post-70s, women have been so negatively influence by the ultra-feminist agenda that has been set in our universities, which in turn has trickled down into our lower school system, that they seem to have lost that ability to act feminine. As soon as they are confronted with the obvious they immediately attack with calling a man a loser, crazy, emasculated or say that they are afraid of losing their masculinity. There is nothing wrong with American culture compared to others - all cultures are relative to one another. However, there is a real problem with how American women feel they're entitled to be overweight, angry, and generally speaking, ugly (both inside and out) and that men just have to "suck it up" and accept it. Actually, no. We don't have to accept it. You will see these same women hanging out in a bar/club/retuarant when they're in their late 30s - 40s and all alone but they don't know why.