Perhaps there will be a time when women also start to do this.Germany is a modern, cosmopolitan country, but even in this highly individualized, highly mobile 21st century world, the family is still of fundamental importance for the German people.It has little to do with war and sexual harassment; instead the curriculum is based around self-awareness, openness and respect.The crucial point here is not that masculinity should be in accordance with the representation of feminism. They invest a lot of patience and often also plenty of money in order to be open and affectionate when approaching the opposite sex.A few days ago I came across an article online by a young British girl who describes her experiences with men in Germany.
Has the state of emancipation here not matured enough that the ‘new alpha-female’ has enough self-confidence to approach men?
You often hear and read the statement ‘There are more single people today than ever before’.
Of course, this is not completely accurate, but when you pay a bit more attention to life in a German city, then you can let this sentence through on the nod.
The woman is depicted as the infallible goddess, opposite whom the man is already burdened with guilt from birth.
Admittedly, I am an industrial engineer and no psychologist, but I could imagine the following: if you were to take these accusations and correlate them into an innumerable media form and then constantly confront a population with them, then that could, theoretically, lead all too easily to asexual and intimidated behaviour in men toward women.