Have you heard of the website Reddit.com? I'd heard of it before, but never checked it out. And after reading a recent post, I don't think I will ever return to the site.

In one forum called, Ask the Red Pill, a member named booboo2shoes poses this question:

Really?! Training women like Pavlov's dogs... Believing women can be conditioned to salivate at the sound of a buzzer. I have a hard time believing there are still so many people that believe women are the weaker sex. However, from the comments on this site Reddit.com, multiple men believe women can be schooled and scolded to be subservient to me. Here are four of the 'best', worst responses on the site. (Not in any particular ridicules order):

  1. Guurzak One point that hasn't been raised yet is that this doesn't have to be overt. It certainly can be, but you can effectively change another's behavior without having an explicit conversation about it. Reward behavior you approve of with eye contact, smiles, and other positive reinforcement. Punish behavior you disapprove of with physical, social, or emotional withdrawal. It doesn't take many instances to establish a pattern.
  2. mordanus I for one won't allow tears to be used against me as a weapon. I won't allow her to be a dead starfish in bed. I won't allow her hitting me when she's angry etc. The techniques are pretty simple. You just explain it to her that if this behavior keeps up then there will be consequences. That's how I've done it.
  3. SuperAwesomeness pick up a book on operant conditioning. Works on dogs and it works on humans
  4. trpsquirrel This works. I've almost had to resort to this because she was being pissy about something. Always be ready to say, "If you're going to act like this, I'm leaving." Then leave. You have better things to do than be around a person with negativity.