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Females actually can be cool, same with animals[edit source]

The requirements to be cool are as follows

Coolness is dominance signaling by looking *fashionable* and *dangerous*, as well as *behaving* in an *interesting* and *impressive manner*, all *without trying hard.*

For example lions and tigers are cool because they have beautiful fur coats "fashionable", they are "dangerous" apex predators, they behave in an "interesting" and "impressive manner" diligently stalking prey and taking them down quickly and efficiently. All *without trying hard.* They sleep 16-20 hours a day.

Human males don't usually view human women as dangerous hence there is a cognitive bias to believe women can't be cool wich is false.

Women are simply on average *less* cool than men, and cool women are on average *less* cool than cool men.

An example of women whom are cooler than average men but not as cool as cool men are

Charlie's Angels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSUq4VfWfjE

Mikey (talk) 22:41, 14 November 2019 (UTC)

Finished Page as far as text goes more videos welcome![edit source]

In response to Bib "Women can engage in cool behavior and be dangerous from an objective standpoint, such as a female combat soldier in the United States Army, however their faces hardly advertise danger at all. So women and men that resemble women, cannot be universally considered cool."

also added

Dangerous activities like free climbing, sex, binge drinking, going to war, etc. are cool because they are dangerous. One could argue purposefully setting one's hand on fire is dangerous but not cool. The counter argument to that is any dangerous behavior no matter how stupid, can be cool if played off with stoicism and finesse.

For example, one sets their own hand on fire, and without flinching, calmly blows the flames out in an impressive manner hardly seeming to try at all, and then one brushes their hair back, with that same hand, and says "Ain't got time to burn." The stupid act of setting one's own hand on fire has just been made cool.

POST VID SUGGESTIONS HERE AT THE TALK PAGE

Mikey (talk) 02:30, 15 November 2019 (UTC)

the vids were cringe, cool is subjectiveWilliam (talk) 13:36, 26 December 2019 (UTC)

Guess no page is finished[edit source]

For plenty of examples of women doing cool things, see the subreddit /r/UNBGBBIIVCHIDCTIICBG

Mikey (talk) 19:47, 15 November 2019 (UTC)

Article sucked when I wrote it[edit source]

And it still sucks, just a tiny bit less. This page is a serious topic, therefore unless the unsourced-writing is really really good or funny or interesting (which it isn't), highly sourced Bibipi-style material is preferableWilliam (talk) 13:37, 26 December 2019 (UTC)

Will, literally was referring friends to this page, before writing here, and we all love what you wrote, normal people call your writing "genius". The general population, does not see whatever flaws, critiques that you do, don't have to be so hard on yourself, and merry Christmas man. Mikey (talk) 16:53, 26 December 2019 (UTC)

Coolness really historically novel?[edit source]

Arguably low effort, potentially dangerous achievements, as well as poise etc. have always been a thing. Bibipi (talk) 17:47, 26 December 2019 (UTC)

huge amounts of coolness is novel, not coolness itself, like practicing shit in isolation, coolness in movies etc. Mikey (talk) 18:36, 26 December 2019 (UTC)