----Things women are NOT:
1. A game to be played:
So many guys claim to be so big and bad because they're "players" Which, in my dictionary is another term for an idiotic male incapable of being honest to anyone, least of all himself. Women aren't some game to be fiddled around with until you're bored, not something you can just dig into with cheat codes and faq's. For you sad people who "play" women, you're just running from the fact you can't win the game of life on your own merit.
No matter what arguement you give me, women are not slaves or items in any way, shape or form. Women tend to be caring and tentative yes, it's kind of natural for them to want to take care of males, but we do the same, and in that sense is none better than the other. A relationship should be one where both partners intend to help, defend, and provide for -one another- not command one another. Women are not some trophy to be won and stacked on a shelf to collect dust.
And neither are men, so for the sake of everything that is fair and just, don't go shouting, beating, and abusing any woman over any mistake, ever. There's no wrong that can't be worked out by either talking it out, or simply walking away from the situation entirely, no matter who's side it is. I don't say "oh forgive them every time" that isn't my place, and some things aren't forgivable, but an eye for an eye leaves the world blind.
4.Damsels in distress
Not every woman is a princess peach or zelda, (though in my opinion, if you had to pick the two, Zelda has a bit more fight when it comes to going down) consistently being brought into danger that you have to jump into and take care of like mario or link. You'll actually annoy some women trying to handle all of their problems for them; Not every battle is yours to fight. Not all, or even many if any, women are weak, however all human beings have some sort of weakness, and it is when you see this that instead of handling it for them, you support them to do it themselves, in turn empowering them and helping them to grow.
5. A reason to break a friendship
Do NOT- and i mean DO NOT break a friendship over a girl/woman. Unless she's the type who doesnt really care about others' feelings (and I mean, this is your friend we're talking about here, so if the girl is like that, I wouldn't want to be with her, if you're getting where I'm goin') it will, especially if she knows you both, tear her deeply, even if she won't want to admit it. Either one of you decide, or both of you look elsewhere. A relationship founded under these conditions tends to get alot of pain and problems, and its easier on everyone to avoid it.
6. "bitches", etc
I'll confess I use the term jokingly under permission, but understand that derogatory terms just dont need to be used when referring to a woman, especially when she's there. My own mother had her soul beaten out of her with such references, along with other things, mental programming works on anyone, male or female, and is not a thing to be taken lightly. What you say to a woman, just as what you say to a man, is taken in and has an effect, if even subtle. And over time, who knows the result it could produce?
----What women ARE:
1. A gift
Women are beautiful, kind and caring, the kind of friends and perhaps, partners, that you want by your side. To mistreat or abandon any woman in my book is a horrid sin. Every woman on the earth in her own way is a gift to the world, as are men, much to my chagrin as i do kind of pick on my own sex,but no human being is more precious or important than the next! If you have a woman or women in your life, friends, family, maybe your relationship partner, I urge you to stop and think about how you treat and appreciate what it is you hold in your heart. take a moment to thank her for everything good she's done in your life, whether there's good or bad. We could all die tommorow you know. The girl or woman or plural thereof, that you are thinking of right now, could fall into the darkness- and YOU telling or showing her or them your appreciation, support and love...could make all the difference in the world between her seeing the truth and finding joy, or being brought into the lie and destroyed.