[This is number three in the three-part response series. If you missed it, read part one — I Guess I’m Not a Woman — and part two — What Stereotypical Men Stereotypically Want.]
In What Women Want (In My Experience), Paul lists the things he believes women want. They’re normal stereotypical things, like babies and money. So I’m here to tell you all what women really want, non-stereotypically.
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To be treated, and thought of, like a human being. An individual human being. Not a stereotype. Not a collective group. A person who has their own likes, dislikes, quirks, thoughts, story, etc. A person who is like no other, because all of us are unique.
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I was going to come up with a nifty list like the other two posts, but then I realized that I have no idea what all women want. That’s why the answer is impossible to find. I was going to list things like support and care, but some women don’t want that. So instead, I came up with one thing that I can assume most women truly want. There are people who would rather be dogs or something, but we won’t get into that.
What do you really want? Let me know!