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    The reason why men marry some women and not others

    https://www.today.com/health/reason-...-others-t74671

    This is a very long, but thorough article.

    “You reinforce the myth that the reason men don’t commit is that the women in their lives do something wrong.

    Gee, I wonder what that could be, you vindictive old slut?


    There were two notable exceptions to the age guidelines: men who were balding or heavy. Losing hair or putting on weight often makes men look older, and when a man looks older in singles places, he is often treated by the women as if he doesn’t belong.

    We talked to dozens of men in their late thirties and early forties who had given up on the idea of marrying. Most lacked one of three things-looks, height, or social skills. They had been rejected so often that they had despaired of ever finding a woman who would love them or even put up with them. Many had been treated cruelly by women.

    These men have been rejected and demeaned for years by women because they weren’t tall enough or handsome enough or smooth enough. It’s easy to understand why they’re so reluctant to put their egos on the line once more.

    Gee, ya think??


    There are literally hundreds of thousands of men and women in their forties and fifties eagerly seeking mates, but somehow they can’t seem to find each other. The main reason, I believe, is that those in both groups have been emotionally battered in the dating game, and they’re very gun-shy.

    Girls act like sluts on purpose, males get emotionally abused by women through no fault of their own.



    One thing impressed me: The men who were not married were just as nice, just as intelligent, just as hardworking as the men who were. Maybe that’s why seven out of eight men aged 50 and over who were about to marry for the first time were marrying women who had been divorced. These women told us they saw lack of social skills or a few inches in height as a minor detail, because they had already had a man who was tall or suave, and he hadn’t made a very good husband.

    Also known as blue-pill cuckold chumps


    Many men at that age begin to look at women and marriage as a poor financial investment. There’s no other way of putting it. When you ask them why they’re not married, they tell you they spent most of their lives building a nest egg, and they’re not about to share it with some “babe.” In our interviews, they often used such derogatory terms when speaking of women. They talked as though a woman’s only interest in a man is what she can get out of him.


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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    Did they ever get around to mentioning the insane divorce laws that place men in purgatory but force them to pay whimyn to stay in their house and bang chad? I guess after they have their alpha, the sloots realize that money is the same color independent of the workhorse.

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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    I love picking apart these bullshit articles that pander to women. Where's the articles that tell women about themselves?

    From the article:

    Not all men mature at the same rate, and other factors can and do affect a man’s readiness to marry.
    I object to the use of the word mature as if assuming the healthy life path of a man is to marry and that any delay or variation is due to immaturity. This is bullshit on its face. Quit bullshitting women by inserting your allegations into sentences to look like forgone conclusions.

    A majority of them hadn’t admitted it to themselves, but their answers revealed they were trying to meet someone with whom they could have a serious relationship.
    Above, note the author states the men have not admitted it to themselves. What is the "it" that the men cannot acknowledge, you ask? Why, it's the very things the men tell the researchers as stated in the very next sentences of this article! :

    They told us the singles scene was not as much fun as it used to be.

    The men had not completely given up on the singles scene, but they were ready for “something else” or the “next step.” Those two phrases caught my attention. Four of them used one phrase or the other, and ten of twelve men in our focus group said they felt the same way: The singles scene had lost some of its appeal. The “next step,” as a majority of them admitted reluctantly to our researchers, was a serious relationship and possibly marriage.
    See the words in quotes, right out of the mouths of these men. So, the author states the men cannot admit it to themselves, but did admit it to researchers. How can both be true? What the fuck does this guy think he's saying? Oh, that's right, the women who read do not analyze critically.

    One of the focus groups composed of men about to marry said that if a woman wants to know whether a man is ready to get married, she should ask him how much he enjoys the singles scene. If he says it isn’t as much fun as it used to be, he’s a very good prospect, because he’s ready to move on to the next step.
    Aw, well now that's just common sense! I hope the focus group wasn't trying to say they had newly determined this.

    If you think you may be involved with a stringer, establish a deadline. If he doesn’t commit to you within six months, get rid of him. Pay no attention to his excuses. He may tell you that you’re coming on too strong. He may complain that the two of you haven’t been going together long enough, that he doesn’t know, that he hasn’t made up his mind. In fact, he is likely to tell you anything that will get you to stick around without his needing to make a commitment. Don’t fall for it. The chances a stringer will marry are very slim; he is simply not the marrying kind.
    And it is because women employ this recommendation is why I've always believed that to date one means you are buying into her schedule of progression, whether you know it or not.

    If after six months you don’t have a firm commitment, leave.
    Good gracious, ladies. It takes time to be in love. Any plans that you have for a man cannot be love if it is this portable.

    There is one surefire way to identify these men-they are usually repeat offenders. If a man had even one long-term relationship with someone else, he’s very likely to be a stringer.
    I don’t understand how this can be said. Is this saying that a man must marry his first LTR or else he is a problem? How judgmental is that? Then what does that make single mothers for their failures to be married? Complete and utter harlots? I would guess so, according to this article.

    These men have been rejected and demeaned for years by women because they weren’t tall enough or handsome enough or smooth enough. It’s easy to understand why they’re so reluctant to put their egos on the line once more. If you meet a man who appeals to you, don’t let his lack of social skills dissuade you from showing you’re interested in him.

    Only after being convinced you like him will he be able to summon the courage to ask you for a date. You may even end up having to do the asking, but it might be worthwhile: These “diamonds in the rough” are often strong candidates for marriage.
    And if MGTOW does its job, we will educate these men so you harridans cannot trick them into serving your portable master plan and loot them of everything they have left.

    Maybe that’s why seven out of eight men aged 50 and over who were about to marry for the first time were marrying women who had been divorced. These women told us they saw lack of social skills or a few inches in height as a minor detail, because they had already had a man who was tall or suave, and he hadn’t made a very good husband.
    Tall or suave. What a covert way of acknowledging Chad Thundercock. This damn pussy-pandering author!

    If a man talks of marriage as a financial game in which women are out to make their fortunes, don’t just walk away-run!
    Oh, believe me, you don’t have to tell women this. Women go for the men who don’t have their minds on this truth. Ask the Divorce Courts. However, women complain needlessly about these men whom they should avoid. They complain about what they don't want. Women are nutty.

    Therefore, if you have a choice of dating two men who seem equally desirable, but one holds the same religious beliefs you do and the other doesn’t, you’re better off dating the man with beliefs similar to yours.
    Again, I hope this is not received by women as an astounding revelation.

    So if your deeply held values and beliefs, religious or political, clash with those of your man, it’s less likely that you will wed. Think it over.
    Yes, think, ladies. Think. Set aside your pickpocket skills and think.

    More than 60 percent of the men we questioned coming out of marriage license bureaus told us they had a friend who had married within the last year.
    Sigh. Monkey see, monkey do.
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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    In bad investments it says "They talked as though a woman's only interest in a man was what she could get out of him."

    Well if that's not true, where did my big spike in popularity when I neared retirement come from? Went to work every morning while they constantly took the easy way out and now they want me to share. You wish honey. If you'd a done things right you wouldn't need men anyway. But you didn't.
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    If after six months you don’t have a firm commitment, leave.
    Because that's the honeymoon period, the new relationship period. That's how long it normally takes for the rosy mist of fucking someone new to clear. After that six month period, he's going to be far more rational and once he gets rational, he'll never marry. Not at 50.

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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    Because that's the honeymoon period, the new relationship period. That's how long it normally takes for the rosy mist of fucking someone new to clear. After that six month period, he's going to be far more rational and once he gets rational, he'll never marry. Not at 50.
    Not at 50, not at any age if he has any brains at all. The show whimyn put on in the beginning of a relationship is awesome, but not sustainable. They have the ability to pretend to be what men desire, but not for long. It's so fake. I've never once become an actor and attempted to sell myself as someone I'm not. Whimyn do it everyday. Maybe because they have so much to gain? Would I do it for the opportunity to divorce rape someone in the future?

    At work a whimyn approaching 50 knows that I don't dip my pen in company ink, so she speaks freely to coworkers in front of me as if I'm not there. The things she says about her second husbank. . . She openly confesses to still wanting to fuck the first husbank. Declares every little grievance with husbank #2 as if she expected him to be perfection molded on her behalf. States the only reason she doesn't bend him over the divorce courts is because she's too old to hook, line, and sinker a third.

    When you ask them why they’re not married, they tell you they spent most of their lives building a nest egg, and they’re not about to share it with some “babe.” In our interviews, they often used such derogatory terms when speaking of women. They talked as though a woman’s only interest in a man is what she can get out of him.

    Lady, if you think "babe" is a derogatory term. . . .
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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    Quote Originally Posted by Manuallaborer View Post
    At work a whimyn approaching 50 knows that I don't dip my pen in company ink, so she speaks freely to coworkers in front of me as if I'm not there.
    Is it an option for you to inform management that this is unacceptable conversation in the workplace? Maybe you want to hear it, ok, but is it an option for you? Where I worked, this would not fly in office talk. For sure if men talked this way openly, we'd get reported.
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    Seems to me that most of these women don't even start to notice or care about men's marrying habits until they are 35+. You never hear a woman in her 20's complaining about how hard it is to find good men to marry. That's because in their 20's, they are completely ignoring those guys, whoring around with "bad boys" instead. UNTIL they hit the wall. Suddenly, it's a big deal. By the time they really become concerned about where all the "good men" (good wallets) went, many are well into their 40's or even 50's.

    If women wanted to fix their marriage problems, they could. All they would have to do is start dating good guys, instead of fucking jerks when they are young. But then they wouldn't get to whore around while they are youngest and most attractive, which is all they ever wanted to do. They absolutely DO NOT WANT the good men that they claim they wanted. They never wanted those guys. If they did, they would have dated those guys, but they didn't. Instead they had commitment-free sex with as many "bad boys" as they could, until those guys no longer wanted them, AND THEN they tried to find a good man to marry.

    But by then, they've already given away everything they had to offer the good guy. Any good man who has been working hard and hasn't gotten married is probably pretty close to retirement at that point. You think that guy is gonna turn around and give it all away to the women who ignored them for decades? ESPECIALLY when she can just divorce him and just take it all away, and leave him with nothing? Get real.

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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    Is it an option for you to inform management that this is unacceptable conversation in the workplace? Maybe you want to hear it, ok, but is it an option for you? Where I worked, this would not fly in office talk. For sure if men talked this way openly, we'd get reported.

    It's an option, sure, but at the expense of my career trajectory of course. Being the highest ranking management in our facility is a LGBT vagina member, it would not go well for me. I'm not offended in the least. I enjoy it. Being a fly on the wall in a room where a whimyn in the wild takes her mask off and reveals her true colors. I'll consider that my daily dose of the red pill.
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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanthine View Post
    Seems to me that most of these women don't even start to notice or care about men's marrying habits until they are 35+. You never hear a woman in her 20's complaining about how hard it is to find good men to marry. That's because in their 20's, they are completely ignoring those guys, whoring around with "bad boys" instead. UNTIL they hit the wall. Suddenly, it's a big deal. By the time they really become concerned about where all the "good men" (good wallets) went, many are well into their 40's or even 50's.

    If women wanted to fix their marriage problems, they could. All they would have to do is start dating good guys, instead of fucking jerks when they are young. But then they wouldn't get to whore around while they are youngest and most attractive, which is all they ever wanted to do. They absolutely DO NOT WANT the good men that they claim they wanted. They never wanted those guys. If they did, they would have dated those guys, but they didn't. Instead they had commitment-free sex with as many "bad boys" as they could, until those guys no longer wanted them, AND THEN they tried to find a good man to marry.

    But by then, they've already given away everything they had to offer the good guy. Any good man who has been working hard and hasn't gotten married is probably pretty close to retirement at that point. You think that guy is gonna turn around and give it all away to the women who ignored them for decades? ESPECIALLY when she can just divorce him and just take it all away, and leave him with nothing? Get real.
    Based upon my own observation, Xanthine is correct. Furthermore, the virtuous woman, who is in her 20's or early 30's doesn't even have to expend much effort in attracting a "good man". No stylish clothes, makeup, or even making an effort to socialize needed. Only the aged whores can't find a "good man", but that's just as well as the whores don't really want him anyway.

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    Ah, OP, harridan! Good word, 5 points. xD

    This was a rather longish article, so I skimmed at some points. I couldn't help the feeling, once or twice; that this was... a show-piece. Allow me to explain.

    Nothing particularly brilliant or insightful was mentioned here, mostly just alot of fluff writing around statistics. Looks like something I would have written in highschool. But the thing is... everything presented here seemed like it would be completely obvious to CC riders, who let's face it, are the ones thirsting hard. Virtuous women (as someone mentioned above) have snagged their man by now. Unless alone due to tragic events, they aren't the ones on the hunt.

    I got this strange feeling that this article was written as a fluff-piece (indoctrination) for blue-pill men. It bears eerie similarity to the stuff I read in my mother's Redbook magazines as a young boy. Growing up Southern-Fried Baptist in the 80's, it was the only sex-education I could find. (And it installed blue-pill ideology so deep, that the devil had to carve it out of my bones...) Anyways, this reads exactly like that. A double-talk article, written for women, but aimed at clueless men.

    I feel that this sort of thing goes on quite often. Let's not fucking kid ourselves. That Gillette advertisement demonized men, as a specific appeal to women. Their sales are down, because beards are in style again.... It was stealth-marketing...

    You were expecting... something else?
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    Re: The reason why men marry some women and not others

    My take on the article

    Its written by a man that has a book to sell. Judging from the writeup, I would guess his target market is unmarried women between 30 and 55 years of age that want to find a partner. So it is not a surprise his writeup would be tainted against MGTOW. As others have suggested, his writing skills are sub par for a professional researcher and author. Really? is this the best Today can do? And the silly language? not to mention the enticements? 40 yr plus women who have wasted their youth on Chad are going to buy that book thinking they will bag a lawyer or Judge


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