Education is Optional
If you want an example of the irrational expectations that girls have put upon them, you don’t need to look any further than the school system. As a society, we’ve come to the point where education is a status symbol - getting a university degree is virtually mandatory in order to be considered a decent person, regardless of whether or not you have the ability or interest in getting it. Anyone that doesn’t hold an advanced education as their absolute highest priority is considered faulty and looked down upon.
First off, it’s worth pointing out that the idea of girls being educated is a relatively recent phenomenon in human history - only in the last 100 years or so has it become commonplace, and only in the last 50 has it become expected. Before that it was exceptional for a girl to have academic interests, and even then they was a narrower set of subjects that were considered suitable for girls. That isn’t to say that girls should be denied the opportunity, of course, only that this is the very first generation of girls that’s faced this pressure to achieve academically, and there’s no reason to believe that it’s better this way. This is 100% about societal pressure, and not about what is better for girls.
Second, the pressure girls face to be educated is very unfair to girls that aren’t gifted academics. An attractive girl that isn’t talented academically can achieve a higher quality of life and be happier by being with a man that appreciates her and provides for her than she can by spending the best years of her life forcing herself to under-perform in school so she can get a degree to obtain a job she isn’t suited for and hates. For girls like this, being a stay-at-home bimbo is, by far, the better option for her, but she isn’t allowed to pursue it because the only “legitimate” life goal is to get an education and work a professional job.
Think for a minute about how many girls could have been happier and had better lives by focusing on their looks rather than their education. How much time they wasted on books, how much money they wasted on tuition, and how many degrees are gathering dust in boxes because they finally got married and had a family and realized they were far, far happier staying at home than they ever were at work?
There’s nothing bad about not being smart, or not wanting to go to school. For some girls that’s their best option. These girls don’t deserve to be mocked or insulted, they’re taking care of themselves in the best way they can, and they deserve our support and understanding.