One of the most enjoyable and beautiful sights is watching girls being girls. Look the pictures below. Don't they just just ooze with joy? Can't you see life flowing from their smiles, their eyes, their body language? When I observed the girls I coached during a practice or at an all-day event talking, laughing and interacting - free from the stresses of their lives their joy was noticeably profound. It's how a woman should feel. It's how they should act. They were born to socialize and interact and express. Now I'm not saying that boys shouldn't have those same feelings because they should but what makes them laugh is different (typically) than what triggers those expressions of joy and fulfillment in a woman. Guys talk about things - sports, weather, cars, music, stuff. Girls do that too (boys, dresses, dances, etc) but I believe they are more in tune with their feelings and emotions than guys and so they talk about those 'deeper' feelings and thoughts then most men do and express themselves accordingly. How they behaved and what they talked about was different than when the conversation was co-ed. Their joy seemed more genuine, their giggles more frequent, their serious deeper when discussing heavier topics. Their attitudes were just different and it's difficult for me to describe.
When I see girls smiling it makes me happy. When I hear my own daughters laughing in the other room I can feel their joy. It's one of those simple, and often seen sights that make my day no matter where I am or what I am doing. However did you ever see a middle aged or older couple eating at a restaurant and say almost nothing the entire time? Have you ever walked into a room and felt the tension from an argument of a couple that just happened. Have you ever watched the expressions of a typical housewife or working mom? A brief look at those women don't conjure up the same feelings as what I described above. Those sights make me feel sad. I see a lack of vibrancy. I see life being sucked out of once joyful girl that that deserves to be happy. I see frustration, sadness or anger when there should be joy, and glee.