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I understand that a handful of men have made us rather skeptical of all men recently. Even with the #notallmen going around, a lot of people still secretly think I mean kind of all men. Even I laughed to myself recently when I saw a billboard for that new Taraji Henson and Aldis Hodge movie “What Men Want.” I saw it and thought, “Does anybody want to know what men are thinking? That sounds terrifying to me.” But then I had to stop myself. I live with and love a man. I can’t possibly think that if I could hear his thoughts, I’d be mortified, right? And what about my good male friends who I consider some of the best people I know? Do they deserve for me to think of them that way? What about the man who gave me my first job when I had no experience? None of these people would have been in my life if I let myself hate all men. So, if you hate all men, here’s how that isn’t helping your love life or career.


You look unapproachable

Because of all the man-hating thoughts you have, unbeknownst to yourself, you may have a permanent scowl on your face. It got stuck there, after all the bad thoughts you had about men. Now nobody wants to approach.

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