Reasons why college/University is not really meant for men?
by thelinuxnerd - October 15, 2020 at 12:10 PM
#1
Hi,
I recently realized that even at my community college that it's like 2/3 women. and most of these women are going for the arts/liberal arts degrees. I instantly noticed that in the computer classes even at my local community college that it's mostly men in the computing classes. I found an article explaining why the demographics at most colleges/Universities are close to 2/3 women.

http://www.lakelandcc.edu/c/document_lib...pId=442878

Im wondering if any of you know if theres other reasons why men arent attending college/University?
#2
Because they're not really incentivised? I'm not totally sure, but it's quite a common statistic that college attendees are a decent majority of women.
#3
(October 15, 2020 at 03:54 PM)Sunsingerlock Wrote: Because they're not really incentivised? I'm not totally sure, but it's quite a common statistic that college attendees are a decent majority of women.

I also noticed that the majority of the women who are going to college/University, the bulk of them are cheerleaders. I made friends with some of these cheerleaders from my region at my community college just before I failed out (or doing my degree online). Im just saying that the majority of the women who are attending college/Uni are cheerleaders. I also noticed that there's constant parties and events going on at community college.
#4
(October 15, 2020 at 04:34 PM)thelinuxnerd Wrote:
(October 15, 2020 at 03:54 PM)Sunsingerlock Wrote: Because they're not really incentivised? I'm not totally sure, but it's quite a common statistic that college attendees are a decent majority of women.

I also noticed that the majority of the women who are going to college/University, the bulk of them are cheerleaders. I made friends with some of these cheerleaders from my region at my community college just before I failed out (or doing my degree online). Im just saying that the majority of the women who are attending college/Uni are cheerleaders. I also noticed that there's constant parties and events going on at community college.

In the UK, the partying etc is pretty much a rite of passage for uni/college students. I can't confirm the gender demographics for UK uni's, but I've seen some US talking points about the 2/3 of college students being women. Maybe the cheerleaders are looking for a more viable option for a career than just dancing on a football pitch.
#5
women can also be very smart
#6
"I also noticed that the majority of the women who are going to college/University, the bulk of them are cheerleaders. I made friends with some of these cheerleaders from my region at my community college just before I failed out (or doing my degree online). " - linuxnerd

ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? Your other thread is about asking your 'friend' of six YEARS out. So you had a friend with tits, then you made more 'friends' with cheerleaders... YOU FUCK the cheerleaders, you don't become their emotional tampon.

What is wrong with this boy???
#7
(October 19, 2020 at 04:00 AM)EPP Wrote: "I also noticed that the majority of the women who are going to college/University, the bulk of them are cheerleaders. I made friends with some of these cheerleaders from my region at my community college just before I failed out (or doing my degree online). " - linuxnerd

ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? Your other thread is about asking your 'friend' of six YEARS out. So you had a friend with tits, then you made more 'friends' with cheerleaders... YOU FUCK the cheerleaders, you don't become their emotional tampon.

What is wrong with this boy???

LOL!!! I didn't even realize who posted that damn thread!!!
If you haven't noticed already, thelinuxnerd seems to be a big larper... Most of his threads seem copy/pasted from elsewhere, his posts have no consistency...

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