You have to set your goals, for what's important
It wasn't till college before I really focused on that thing, between my legs. If men think with their ** head, women think with their uterus. We pretend we don't, but we do. P.S. maybe some women will say they think with their **.
But let me go on. By the time I graduated, marriage, children, home were as vocal as careers. Ending up lonely, or alone without a man, was the boogie man in the closet. Better get married, cook and clean, have kids and carry on, than become some lonely spinster with a career.
I happen to agree with that. My hunt was for a suitable husband, my uterus was calling. I guided my career choice to jobs with successful men, lots of them, instead of jobs with a lot of women. So no teacher jobs, more like Supply Chain in Industry. Work for big companies. Big male dominant companies. Testosterone was the smell, not perfume.
I did 'land' a husband, a 33 year old high earner, toxic, a bit parental. Testosterone driven, uterus hunting, male. I brought my uterus to the party.
Home, children, marriage, that's my only goal. Now that those things are in the bag, I'll consider getting a job. Mind you, I don't have to work, but now that the kids are in school I might.
Yes I agree.
** ye peeh!