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    Re: Just an intro

    Welcome to the forum JustAGuy.
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    Re: Just an intro

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Hi Just A Guy.

    I would like to welcome you. I was curious that you say you are very much introverted and would like to know how you handle situations where you have to be social. Are you able the have normal interactions with people without coming off as awkward?

    The reason I ask is that I am also introverted and although I can pass as "normal" if you will, I very much feel like most people are fake and I'm almost two-faced to an extent. I hate having to be fake around people but sometimes in this world, I don't see any alternative.
    On the subject of introverted, I am also, however, without psychological assistance I went to work on socializing and talking to people just to break the cycle and rid myself of the curse of self criticizing, it was then that I realized and found out that everyone else had their own bags of psychological shit that only they could rid themselves of. My efforts to pulverize my own hammer of introversion culminated when I was in my 20s' and had a friend that was a stripper and challenged me to do a gig with him at Zoo Mass Amherst, it was some cunt party where they ordered a strip'o'gram over the phone, to my surprise, I was a hit! I had gone on other strip'o'grams as a side kick in case there was any trouble with jealous simps, and on a couple of those gigs I was propositioned to strip, but declined to do so, however, the positive input gave me the courage to accept the challenge, not that is was a case of "chicken" I felt it would do some good to get over my fears and bad habits of introversion. I've always challenged myself in areas I discovered I was weak. In my teens I was extremely introverted where I couldn't even, nor want to, look strangers in the eye.

    I came away from that episode of my life with valuable insight on how women act when they congregate, it showed me how the most unsuspecting princess will spread her legs or swallow some cock! My stripper friends and business partner took full advantage of stroking their ego while some strange pussy was stroking their cocks! I took no part in that aspect and never did that, to me it was an exorcise in socializing EXTREME and walked away with enough knowledge to know women cannot be trusted with a man's heart! I learned the definition of vile on that tour through my life! Chicks bending over behind a dumpster getting plowed, who knows, perhaps that's someone's future wife? I burned the bridge of marriage after that amount of insight!

    Now I'm very personal until propositioned by any women seeking emotional tampons for their ruined fucked up life! I can and will retain liquid nitrogen in my veins when it comes to the idea of warming up to any woman looking for intimacy of any kind, everything in their arsenal is aimed directly at us! I need no more convincing on female behavior unleashed and unbridled to follow their animal nature throwing everything else aside! I threw them aside!

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    Re: Just an intro

    Words of wisdom*

    If you do have sex with a chick...remember to pitch the bitch and you keep the condom! Don't get raped for child support or worse....

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    Re: Just an intro

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Hi Just A Guy.

    I would like to welcome you. I was curious that you say you are very much introverted and would like to know how you handle situations where you have to be social. Are you able the have normal interactions with people without coming off as awkward?

    The reason I ask is that I am also introverted and although I can pass as "normal" if you will, I very much feel like most people are fake and I'm almost two-faced to an extent. I hate having to be fake around people but sometimes in this world, I don't see any alternative.
    It entirely depends on the environment, people, and situation at hand in how I act. Work environment I keep my personal life completely to myself and if anybody asks my relationship status I always just say "just haven't met that special someone" and leave it at that. Other than that don't talk politics, gossip, or MGTOW and you should be ok.

    Outside of work I generally keep to myself unless I'm with IRL friends who are purple-pilled at their worst. We don't associate with blue-pilled folks and when we do we just make fun of them in various ways they're unaware of.

    You say you hate being two-faced but the thing is pretty much everyone is to some extent or another. You almost have to be to survive in this world and it's nothing personal to anyone else. It may help to give some examples of social situations so I can give you a better input.

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    Re: Just an intro

    Quote Originally Posted by JustAGuy View Post
    Hello everyone, I'll try to make this intro as succinct as possible. I'm arranging it the way jagrmeister described in his sticky post.

    1. Relationship wise I only have a little bit of experience, but enough to have a general working-experience understanding of intergender relations. I'm 23 and have had a few very brief flings in high school, one long distance relationship that spanned about 3 months, and finally one long term relationship my senior year that spanned 1 1/2 years until I broke up with her because she was irritating and I came to grips that "commitment" was something I definitely didn't want.

    I do want to point out that the loneliest period of my life (so far) has been during that time I was with the LTR, and that taught me a lot about myself and how I relate to women (which is abysmal.) After that I've had a few one night stands from being at bars and (barely) using date apps, again these were hardly anything to mention besides short term lust for each other and sudden ghosting. I haven't been in a relationship since I was 19 and haven't had sex for a long time due to my area having a shortage of anything bang-able.

    2. Awareness-wise I feel like I've been very fortunate. While I'm always still learning, my father has always been very "red-pilled" himself and I was able to see his marriage break down due to the unhinged nature of women (his one mistake.) I learned very early on that there was nothing to be gained from marriage and everything to lose, while also seeing fellow acquaintances and friends have pitfalls of their own and becoming plantation-property for their GF's. I've even had two acquaintances I've known since high school get wrapped up in false-rape accusations (one of the accusers of which tried getting with me beforehand!) All the more the reason I've avoided relations to women.

    I've always been quite the lone-wolf but feel happy and 'natural' in this state. I don't use Facebook or any other social media nonsense unless that purpose would be to create a business or band page that would actually benefit me. Social media is almost entirely partisan to catering to women's egos and I don't support any of that with my short period of time on this planet. Probably the most pivotal moment in becoming "aware" was reading "The Rational Male" around the time I was 18-19 years old. While a lot of the material was stuff I had already known prior, it was a great reference book that grounded my knowledge in situations where I wasn't 100% aware of how I should approach things. Definitely saved my hide a few times...

    3. Who am I? Well that's probably the hardest question to answer due to my extremely private and introverted nature. I can tell you that I have a strong passion for computers, programming, modding games, music (industrial, metal/rock, classical, electronic, ambient, OST) reading (Stephen C. Pepper, Douglas Hofstadter, Robert Green, Rollo Tomassi, Illimitable Male, etc.), working out, and philosophy. I'm trying to get a job down in web-development or something akin to it so I can generally avoid working with women (of which I had to in retail, pure unadulterated hell). I've come here to find like-minded people that I can have a fulfilling conversation with and hopefully learn new things in the process.



    Hopefully I made this introduction adequate and easy to read. If you have any further questions ask away.
    1) Which area is this, if you wouldn't mind me asking?
    2) Why blame your father? don't you think he was manipulated by his mother? What role do you think mothers play in the manipulation of their sons? Do you believe that female nature is 'chaotic' or do you believe that they consciously choose to make morally corrupt choices and should be judged accordingly?
    3) Outside the western world, it's not easy to get away with false allegations of rape. No one takes them seriously. So could you clarify around which part of the world this is? If you could mention the country then that would be great as well.

    From my side, I would like to know:

    How do you feel the gynocentric narrative is unjust towards men? What makes you angry about the injustices that men face? How do you feel the world treats men unfairly (you can give some examples you have experienced in your life).
    Do you think a patriarchy (of any kind all the way from soft to hard) is a good solution to the current problems?
    A mother cannot raise a boy to be a man, not because he needs a father figure; but because she favours team vagina over her own son.

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    Radfems are your best friend, because they hate you and verbalise it - that's honesty!

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