Even though women are the originators of being engineers and computer programmers, the times have changed to where it’s a predominated by 95% males, mostly heterosexual males. Women need to get themselves into the building and designing of technology and computer programming. Women need to stop complaining how there are just not anything for them when in truth, they just need to create and develop apps and websites for women’s needs.
How to get women involved? Just go attend a tech meet-up and at greater length, they need to attend a tech trade show where there are so many men present, mostly married men, but there are some who are single and heterosexual! The dating pool is questionable but for the most part, there are so many men available to meet for “dating” and to have as a professional contact (mine are professional contacts). The possibilities are endless! For the most part, there aren’t many Hispanic and Black males who work directly with and in corporate tech, mostly Caucasians, Oriental, and Indian. Black males can be seen working in areas such as gaming, music, and film production (real African). Hispanic males can be seen at construction building trade shows and vehicles; sadly, that’s the stereotype.
Real rich men just don’t date and marry anyone. They like their women smart, and the problem is that most women aren’t smart about a lot of things, which means they need to educate themselves about life and not about getting their nails done every week. Most of the elite wealthy men of the world are divorced. Their past relationships have been with models who are only good to have as arm candy and nothing more. Those women proved that they were gold diggers and nothing more since they’re not even domesticated and definitely can’t hold an authentic intelligent conversation.
The problems with any females is that they need to educate themselves about tech products and services ahead of time. Most women just make it too obvious that they don’t know anything tech and that’s why they’ve been rejected from the tech community. Another matter, is that most women get too drunk at tech events and it’s purely classless when they can’t hold their alcohol. There’s nothing wrong with eating since there’s always such a surplus at functions, but it’s pathetic that no women should ever just eat anything. All women should eat lightly and avoid messy, fried, and spicy foods since they cause halitosis. EVERY woman should ALWAYS carry mints in her purse, not gum since it is distracting when having a conversation. Women should always dress modest, nothing too short in length or too low cut on top. Women should dress at a tech trade show as if she works at a corporate office in New York City. A woman should always shower to start her day and have excellent hygiene. Women should also always carry business cards; how else is a man supposed to get a woman’s contact info?
To all the women out there, don’t ask for his contact, make sure you give him yours no matter what. You’ll never know when he’ll contact you for business or even on a date. A woman should never have such high demands of men, since many of the man have busy schedules as it is that for those who are single, they do not have ample time to have a normal romantic date. Women need to be flexible with the schedules of the men they might seem interested in, and never just chase after one since there are so many of men all around in the industry.
The better men are the ones who will say who they work for or the companies they currently operate or have. The men who don’t exclaim their corporate title when they initially meet women are the more genuine persons since they’re merely guarding themselves of women who are only chasing their paycheck and nothing more.
There are many men to choose from. Forget using a dating app or website. Attend a tech trade show instead, since you’ll be able to know what you like from seeing and meeting them in person verses getting catfished. Those men don’t have time for going out to meeting women, so women should go to where the men are, tech companies and the tradeshows they attend for work.