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I searched for the term “blue balls” , but it was nowhere to be seen in the article.
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Apparently men don’t want to debate, hear about a woman’s nose job, depression, or academic achievements.
Apparently men are more interested in character, personality, what the girl is wearing, whether or not she put on makeup, and her views on the home. To be honest I didn’t find their advice so bad, I found it to be obvious and a bit sexist.
It seemed like the article had a bunch of kiruv flashes of light to try and convince women not to be too smart, too passionate, or too open.