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    Je suis Pierre Panne? You betcha!

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    So... being a disposable tool means being mature and wanting someone equal not taking advantage of you means being childish?

    I listened to this youtube: watch?v=F2axWTbpT_Y and I do think he's onto something here - it's the other way around - 9:44 into the video.

    It blew my mind.

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    Pan the Man.
    First date: A job interview in which a slot-c tries to determine a man's financial suitability in relation to its desire for children.
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    I am not going to sacrifice my freedom and wealth for your ideals.
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    Re: Peter Pan I Am

    Quote Originally Posted by ManInBlack View Post
    So... being a disposable tool means being mature and wanting someone equal not taking advantage of you means being childish?

    I listened to this youtube: watch?v=F2axWTbpT_Y and I do think he's onto something here - it's the other way around - 9:44 into the video.

    It blew my mind.
    here's one that seems to speak for me..... sums up how I figure that I spent most of my formative life being lied to... listen to what Johnny says around 3:14 in particular
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayn View Post
    The "Peter Pan Syndrome" was a book written by so pop-psychologist in the early 1980's.

    It was all about what was wrong with your man and how to fix him.

    It looks like some feminist have dragged this out to be a new shaming tactic.
    Now was the Peter Pan Syndrome part before or after the chapter on Drapetomania?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkbait View Post
    Now was the Peter Pan Syndrome part before or after the chapter on Drapetomania?
    if there's one thing I cannot (and will not) tolerate... its trying to rationalize the act of willful de-evolution... (which is what racism really is...)
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    Seems like every week the feminazis come up with some new {or old} way to try and shame us. Obviously, it isnt working.

    The definition of insanity.. Keep doing the same thing, and expect different results. Rent yourselves a padded room, ladies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chukhed View Post
    Seems like every week the feminazis come up with some new {or old} way to try and shame us. Obviously, it isnt working.

    The definition of insanity.. Keep doing the same thing, and expect different results. Rent yourselves a padded room, ladies.
    might be more practical to tell them to grow a brain.....
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    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Never let a woman define what a real man is. They screw it up every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djc View Post
    Never let a woman define what a real man is. They screw it up every time.


    Why should this be the exception?

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    Reposted from MGTOWHQ - 2 thread responses - unlinked

    The story was written and is a testament to an era where 'growing up' meant marrying, having children, etc.. That is the defining idea behind growing up in the 'proper' Victorian era. The modern systems that benefit women depend upon this Victorian idea of men 'growing up' properly even though women have shirked those same ideas of 'growing up'. Women are celebrated for putting off marriage, and even children, though they still will put off marriage and have children earlier, but expect another man to 'grow up' and provide for her when she decides she is ready to marry.

    Of course, being ready to marry for too many women, means they're not eligible for easy casual sex anymore and they want another man for whom they may not desire and/or care much for to foot the bill for a desired lifestyle, and even for children they have had by other men. Again, we see how women celebrate a lack of responsibility on the part (marrying when they choose), but they shame men for not 'growing up' and marrying them when they decide they want a provider, because it is mens labor which is needed to support all those women's decade long lifestyle of casual relationships.

    Women walked away from their gender roles decades ago, but still expect men to adhere to those outdated gender roles. This Victorian Era shaming of men (calling them Peter Pans) is nothing more than hypocrisy of the highest form since they expect men to 'grow up' and live a 'proper' life with regard to benefitting women, but still, women are not held to the standard that would make such choices an equal exchange between the genders.

    Feminism was never about equality. Feminism is about superiority of options and of ensuring preferential treatment and consideration for women, because - Vagina.

    The shaming tactic of calling men Peter Pans is hypocritical because it depends upon a Victorian ideal of sex and propriety. They shame men by calling them Peter Pans, but what they fail to realize is that while they want the men to leave their so-called Neverland to support them, they still want women to be able to reside in their own defined 'Neverland' indulging in casual relationships until their youth and beauty, and fertility are fading and they grudgingly decide to marry a man for his utility. The insult they use is dependent upon a story written during the height of a 'Patriarchal' era.

    You can't use a stereotypical Patriarchal story of growing up to shame men while at the same time deriding the Patriarchy dependent upon the message and moral in the story. But then, feminism was never concerned with logic and reason either.

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    Peter Pan is a testimony to the patriarchal society of the Victorian Era.

    When women say men are Peter Pan's, what they are doing is shaming men for not living up to a patriarchal standard which they hold in contempt. This itself is hypocrisy, but has been pointed out very little, if at all, in response to media shaming articles.

    Peter Pan defines growing up as growing into the responsibilities of a 'man' (in the Victorian Era) by being a father, husband, and provider (i.e. having a family). Women still want children. They want the idea of family, but they do not want the patriarchal definition of family.

    Women walked away from these gender roles of patriarchy decades ago, but hypocritically demand that men adhere to a social agreement which they shirk.

    Their insults are based in and dependent upon the patriarchy they say they hate.

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    Re: Peter Pan I Am

    Quote Originally Posted by djc View Post
    Never let a woman define what a real man is. They screw it up every time.
    dont let ANYONE define what a "real" man is.... term is much too open to interpretation..
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    "In servitutem redigi non recuso" - Latin (translates to "I refuse to be dominated.")

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    Peter Pan was a man ahead of his time, a man whom had figured out not only how the game was played, but what the game is and the rules and said FUCK YOU to the raw deal. A man whom lives for a balanced life (of work and play) for himself will have less stress, greater wealth, and greater freedom at ALL income levels, there is nothing more free or stress free then knowing that your life and ONLY your life will be impacted by your choices, and starting over, if you so decide, means only packing up and moving.
    True happiness is only found within, to seek it elsewhere will result in failure.

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    like I have said before.... Peter seems to be a guy who has realized that the "game" of dating/marriage is rigged and has declared that he's not going to play unless he can lose "honestly" (because if that cant happen, neither can "winning"... at least, that's my take..)

    Quote Originally Posted by ouchmuch View Post
    Peter Pan was a man ahead of his time, a man whom had figured out not only how the game was played, but what the game is and the rules and said FUCK YOU to the raw deal. A man whom lives for a balanced life (of work and play) for himself will have less stress, greater wealth, and greater freedom at ALL income levels, there is nothing more free or stress free then knowing that your life and ONLY your life will be impacted by your choices, and starting over, if you so decide, means only packing up and moving.
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    The idea that men with free spirits permeates all throughout society but it is not recognized. But this lack of recognition works to the advantage of mgtow ghost what want to play, have fun, and enjoy life like Peter Pan.

    Growing up used to be a nice way of telling someone to settle into a relationship. But why settle for a relationship where that free spirit is squashed or the child like curiosity is snuffed out because a woman and her family says so?

    A mgtow ghost is definitely like living a child like state and wonder without drawing the ire of a society ready to point the finger at you as a man the moment you raise objection to a rigged game.

    Like Peter Pan, you have to know when to fight and when to flee. Fleeing to return to fight when it is advantageous and when it isn't probably important part of being a mgtow ghost. Choosing the arenas you face off in real life on a daily basis using rational decision making.

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    They will always try to shame you back to the plantation. But more and more young men are wising up. MGTOW are now a danger to the culture. Where will they get their slaves now? The answer? Immigrants. The perfect wage slaves. They are just dumb enough to work their asses off for forty plus years for nothing in return. We live in interesting times.

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    perhaps there is a simple explanation for this..... men wont "man up" because that idea of "what is a man" has become obsolete... if not totally unworkable...
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    I'm discovering that being 63 and being Peter Pan is actually something to be envied. Some people say I'm "livin' the life". In my 20's, I was just Peter Pan. Now, I'm Pete Pan the Man!
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    Great post OP.

    I have realized as I've aged that I care less and less what people think of me. (It has actually gotten to the point to where I need to be careful so I don't seem like a sociopath. I want to "ghost in plain sight")

    Peter Pan was the first movie I recall seeing in a movie theatre and my dad took me. Peter Pan is a character that epitomizes MGTOW. I never thought about it much until this post.
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    Everyone else on the outside is consumed with perceived chaos while I am focused on the real life fantasy I have cultivated to enjoy my free time along with hobbies and career.

    I don't care if people perceive me to be inferior or not as mature. What I do know is that having freedom of time is something you can't begin to calculate.


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