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Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.
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Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 months ago by Kara__El
Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.

Sometimes this sub seems to slip into villainizing women with careers at all. I completely agree that it can be done with the right priorities. After all, I know plenty of SAHM's who ignore the kids and Netflix all day. It's all about the person.

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Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.

I did say "surgeon", because typically that specific title involves a lot of on call and late nights and unpredictability. My female physicians have always been very particular with their schedules, actually. My urologist only works one day a week and my OBGYN only takes appointments in the morning.

Context | Full Comments | submitted 3 months ago by Kara__El
Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.

You make a great point that it's all about goals and priorities. I had a breast reduction at 15. I probably can't breastfeed, which is fine, since I spent seven years in college to perform a job I feel makes a huge impact in the community and have been dreaming of providing my children with a Catholic school education for most of my adult life. This requires funds, funds that my own position...[More]

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Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.

I, too, realized early on in dating that men sometimes found my education level more threatening than appealing, even when I wasn't heavily promoting it. I don't know if I'd have called it a detriment, because if he was that insecure, I didn't want to be with him anyway, but I had to vet for someone who at least respected my field.

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Recently found out that men don't really care about a woman's accomplishments or careers for attraction, mind is blown.

I agree with the classes point. I think it's generally easier to find acceptance in the social and family circles of someone from the same class. I don't think my husband would've married someone without a degree, as his family highly values education, even though they primarily work in cattle, something that certainly doesn't require college. I'd definitely attribute it to class...[More]

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