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    An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992



    The reaction of the women shows that females are emotional, and tend to be group thinkers.
    Feel Free to discuss

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    Re: An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992

    Thank you for posting.
    I'm not an MRA, but I must say that I like the MRA in this video.
    I like that he wears a skirt, he is rebelling against established norms and he is questioning what it means to be a man.

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    Re: An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992

    Moral of the story:
    You can espouse feminist ideals, you can preach them to a cheering crowd, you can wear a fancy suit next to a man in a dress, and you can hit all the talking points.

    And then every woman in the room will ignore you in favor of giving their full attention to the nearest cad or crossdresser.

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    Re: An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992

    Wow, I thought I'd seen it ALL manosphere wise. Great fucking stuff, Lebanese_MGTOW!

    But this virtually prehistoric 1992 scene shows, same shit different day.

    As the coined of 2003 or so manosphere (NMMNG forum) saying goes: women, never believe what they say. INSTEAD, WATCH what they ACTUALLY do!

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    Re: An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992

    1992 might have been the year of "peak" talk shows for stay at home and unemployed women.

    I forgot how bad the fashions were back then....But then again, these were lower middle class women (many of them retired) who had nothing else to do during the working day, who pulled out their "fancy" clothes that they bought years earlier, to look good on TV.

    If the PUA had been more "hip," he could have brought out the phrase, "don't hate the playa, hate the game," get out his point.

    Or he could have asked the women in the audience, "How many 'nice guys' did you break up with, so you could 'trade up' to what you thought was a better man?"
    "His name is Ace Francis."

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    Re: An MRA, PUA, and a mangina walk into a talk show of an all female audience - 1992

    Ross did really good against an angry mob of PC women. Killed it almost.

    As for the MRA guy, I almost wanted him to be perfect. But the dude was fighting something wrong that it took me decade later to even recognize. So, well, he's ahead of his time. (Not that I am Nostradomus, but you know what I mean)

    Who am I or any of the YouTubers to critique? Dude was at it a decade or nearly two before most of us red pill folks. So I applaud loudly.
    Last edited by Ace Francis; July 18, 2018 at 5:01 AM.


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