From an early age I quickly learned that girls were different from boys. You’re not supposed to throw rocks at them or wrestle them down until they gave up. Quickly I learned that they weren’t as durable as boys. They were not able to keep up when we ran and they were commonly afraid of little things like snakes and spiders? Girls were definitely inferior.
As I grew older the interaction between girls and boys nearly stopped except at school and church. Boys played with boys and girls played with girls. There was a clear division girl didn’t play with toy guns and boys didn’t play with dolls. Definitely not good playmates.
Then I reached junior high and girls seemed to somehow change into something rather interesting over the summer. For some reason they had become attractive. Interaction began to increase but it was difficult to understand them because they would giggle or cry for what appeared to be no reason at all. Girls definitely didn't know what they wanted.
In high school girls became my primary interest surpassing sports for the first time. Although I still didn’t understand them and their emotions. I just didn’t know what a girl wanted and why but believe me I tried very hard to understand their emotions. Girls were definitely confusing.
In college I was still confused by women’s emotions. They didn’t always say what they meant which was very confusing. It appeared to me that women had become very possessive and insecure at the same time. A woman always wanted to be holding hands in public and wanted me say I loved her throughout the day. I resisted and she persisted. This was totally perplexing.
Then I got married and although I was still confused about the ways of women I did begin to slowly understand that what a woman wants is unconditional love. A world without women would be definitely inferior!