Probably the first time I noticed this was in college, when I ran across some women who I can only describe as having "thick features." Not attractive, a bit overweight, would never have good bodies even if they lost the weight.
They often seemed to think they were entitled to guys way out of their league, and they were in a rage at guys in their league and tried to do things to them. Hate, envy, revenge.
Now I'm running across quite a few never married/divorced middle-aged women. Same - hate, envy, vengeance. Same thick features, same weight problems. They act entitled to something they don't deserve, and are full of hate toward many men.
Somewhere in their heads there is apparently something about "Hell has no fury like a woman scorned." They don't realize if they've been scorned it's their fault for being so unpleasant. Their hate slops over onto innocent men.
Carl Jung, as I've pointed out before, said women's greatest flaw was thinking she was always right. That means men are always wrong, which means men are the cause of women's problems. At least in the heads of many women.
Such excessive pride, such envy, such hate, such desire for vengeance! Those are women's greatest flaws, and so much of it is directed toward men. And that's one of the reasons so many men are withdrawing from women. And many women cannot see that.
Because, of course, it's not women's fault. It's men's fault, so they have to change. But men have changed and tried to accommodate for decades. It's give and give and give and never get. No respect, no appreciation, no gratitude. Just abuse, contempt, hate, envy.
I decided quite a while go many women are just big, immature children. Not all, of course, but enough.
Sooner or later there is going to be a backlash. In fact, it's already started. It started a while ago. That's why marriage rates are at a 93-year low.
I wonder this, though: are women ever going to look in the mirror and realize how much of thee problems is their responsibility?
Answer? Most probably not.