A scientist goes to Africa. Scientist interviews a lot of different females and tribes. Asks them..."Why do you have sex with men." The woman, astonished at the question, say "Sex with men??" in a surprised, offended manner. "Well, if they pay me money, then I have sex with them." After the conversation, Scientist reported a marked change of affect in the woman, and the women seemed to be in a worse mood while discussing the question.
It is obvious, that women are not inherently attracted to men.
This is why women almost never ask for dates, or ask for numbers.
This is why in the rare occasion where a woman does flirt, it is always at a bar or an underground scene, with drugs, because she must intoxicate and alter her mind in order to be sexually attracted to men.
Now, as a male, you get sick of it.
You get sick of not being inherently desired...while these liberals go on about their B---S--- equality.
How can you call yourself a "society" when one half-of the population is loved, while the other half is avoided an unloved?
Where is the humanity?
The answer is, nowhere. It's an illusion. Humanity is a fictitious concept made by political entities to promote corporate greed and subjugate the docile population with absurd rules and laws and cruel tyrannical punishments.
So MGTOW's say...Oh just buy a prostitute, its cheaper than dating a girl.
Of course it's cheaper than dating a girl, but that's beside the point.
It is inherently ridiculous that I should have to pay money for someone to love me.
It is inherently ridiculous that I am not inherently wanted, and that I am born into a life where I will never be inherently wanted, because half of the population gets inherently wanted simply because they happened to be born in a random lucky body.
The mere idea of it is beyond barbaric, the sheer unfairness, and cold, dumb, randomness of it is infuriating.
I have a solution, but none of you want to hear it.
I guarantee none of you want to hear it, so I won't say it.
Give it time, and humanity will lose it's bias, and be more open to my ideas.