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I’ve realised why I hate how romance is portrayed in movies and the media.

August 24, 2021

In majority of movies, it’s always the bloke who is working hard for a woman’s love and attention. The man has to take action and initiate whilst the woman plays the passive role by either reciprocating or turning him down. He cannot take the back seat or she will lose interest in him. He also should not expect effort or affection from her in return.

From a woman’s point of view, the girl never has to do any work or change herself in anyway to earn a mans love. She is loved for who she is. She gets to feel the excitement from being chased.

Women are often surprised to learn men enjoy feeling desired. I think the media is a massive influence as we live in a society where women respect themselves and have self worth, whereas men do not.

TL:DR according to Hollywood, men must bring a whole list of things to the table whereas women are the table.

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Title I’ve realised why I hate how romance is portrayed in movies and the media.
Author ExMuzzy
Upvotes 207
Comments 48
Date August 24, 2021 6:34 PM UTC (1 year ago)
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