Love Spotted in Dim Light

by Regis Boff

Men fight wars, watch sports, and pursue a wildly adjustable standard of beauty that is grounded entirely on availability and their inherent sympathy for homely, unattractive women whose desperation can be spotted in dim light.
Women are completely disoriented by how boring men are to them. They grieve about male insensitivity while carping pointlessly about the injustices biology placed upon them.
Men are keenly aware of this but do not care.