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Do Most Women Believe They Are Assets or Liabilities?

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If you ask a woman this question, you may hear a range of responses.  One is that women are not objects.  They claim the idea of assets and liabilities objectifies women.  Ha!  Has anyone seen the Instagram models?  Too many women believe their ass is an asset to a man.  Two, she will claim to be an asset because she is a cheerleader for the husband.  Three, she talks about how she takes care of her husband in the bedroom and kitchen.  Plus she keeps the house clean.  Four, she will boast of her job.


Assets bring money to the table.  Liabilities take money off the table.  When you do the math, a woman with a job could be an asset if she earns $250,000 a year or more.  Since 10% of men earn $100,000 a year or more, a lesser amount of women earn that much.  Therefore, there are few women who earn enough money to make them an asset.


Our society has stopped teaching women to be assets to men.  Instead, women have been taught that men are the enemy.  Yet, the same women want to have children and raise a family with a man.  If that man does not bring a sufficient amount of money to the relationship, he is not an asset to the woman.  She would rather be a single mother, even if it hurts the child.  Tonight we are going to destroy the many myths of the value women bring to relationships.     


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