LOL, Tat --- Would you like that summed up in 25 words or less??
Dang, one could write a book on each paragraph. Oh, well, let's give it a whirl.
First, nearly all of the men you quoted need a good enema. They demonstrate a depth of understanding that's comparable to that of a 16th century Hottentot examining the space station.
Secondly, all of the types of men and women that are described in your whole piece do exist, but no more represent all of either sex, than pedophiles represent all humans.
Thirdly, so much "educated" b-s exists and is touted as accurate knowledge that it's a miracle when one runs across anything that's remotely worth the time to read. I personally have concluded that if one really wants to have success in marriage or child raising (or much of anything else), study all of the "recommended" ways of doing things, and then do the opposite.
I don't and never have never felt that men were superior to women, or vice versa. We are equal but different. I remember that I was asked to give a wedding talk one time and when I used the scripture about women being the "weaker vessel", I stopped and grinned, then said, "Some men may think that this scripture means that women are inferior to men, but they don't know how wrong they are. They are different, yes, but play equally important roles in human life. Let me illustrate.
"The term 'vessel' is usually used in the sense of a container of something. A ship contains cargo, or a 'cooking vessel' contains food for instance. In this case, we could say that a man is like a dump truck, while a woman is like a perfume bottle. They both contain something. (You should have seen the looks on the audience's faces right here!! LOL)
Men and dump trucks are usually strong, rough, and capable of carrying great loads, and as a rule, aren't very pretty. Its importance is illustrated by the fact that it is used to construct cities and highways and many vast projects. And yes, a dump truck is bigger and stronger and could probably crush the perfume bottle fairly easily.
"But before you brothers let this go to your head, keep in mind that a little perfume has changed the course of entire nations!
"So don't let ego dictate the course of the marriage relationship. We have different strengths, different ways of thinking, different roles in life, yes, but they are equal in importance."
You wouldn't believe the number of sisters that came up and thanked me afterwards!
Right now there are so many idiots yelling about how "Men are superior!" and "Women are superior!" and "Marriage is passe!" and "Children are burdens" etc., etc., that it's truly wonderous that anything can exist that isn't twisted into a mere parody of what it was meant to be.
I wrote a piece on the man/woman relationship some time back. I can send it to you if you wish.