Once upon a time there was a girl who was as bland as rice but yet two very handsome men fell in love with her and therefore gave her purpose. What a crock of fecal matter I have the pleasure of reading. Stories such as Twilight and 50 Shades of Grey have come into a popular state with not only young girls, but with older women. Strange what phenomena such as this, how could it bewitch the females in such a way to instill these feelings of desire and dreams of muscly men. It baffles that such representation of relationships can be so widely accepted.

For now I will only focus on one problematic aspect the woman protagonist and the sense of purpose when obtaining a suitable mate. This issue stretches far and wide through a large range of media. Normally I wouldn’t care. People can write whatever they want; I will still despise it with every fiber of my being. The problem is that it invades the minds of impressionable females and gives them the illusion of what the perfect relationship is or at least should be. It also teaches that without a relationship they are nothing in the eyes of themselves and other people.

What is more intriguing is the fact that the creators of such stories typically are female. I supposed some woman really want their relationship focus primarily on the guy. However other times it can be very unhealthy. When you commit yourself to one standard, one rigid opinion it could be disastrous. Like Lewis Black said we are all like snowflakes, one thing that is good for a person could kill the next.

Stuff like this makes women feel worthless until they achieve a S.O. or they will never be counted as people. It shouldn’t be this way.

And now for something we can all agree on.