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    A Reminder to Stay MGTOW

    Here is your daily reminder to stay MGTOW, and to just how far the feminist imperative is willing to go to uphold it's tyrannical house of cards.

    So, I have a Mother and a Sister, both feminists, my Mother has held a grudge towards her father, and towards men, since a very young age. Her Father, or my Grandfather, served in WWII, when he came back from the war, he was unable to give my Mom much attention. Needless to say he was traumatized and had PTSD. This is an obvious conclusion to come to, or so I thought, I had to remind my Mother of this fact, in a conversation we had a few weeks back.

    She has said numerous times that she didn't like her Dad, that he neglected her, and because of this, it made her want to be a "better" mother. Well, what does "better" mean in this case? It meant from a very young age I was shamed, for being a male. I was constantly told to not get angry, or to not express a vital emotion for my survival. It also doesn't take a genius to come to the conclusion that my Mother let her unresolved issues towards her Father (and to men in general) out on my Father, and me. She put unrealistic, delusional expectations on me from a very young age. That I had to be a better man, that I HAD to respect women, and that I was bad if I was anything like her own Father.

    The problem with women requesting you be "better", is it's not only terribly unrealistic, and I would say delusional, but that it represses very fundamental emotions and expressions all humans are to have. Yet, women find it to be a virtue to expect this of males. I'll also add that my Mother also placed these misdirected expectations on my Father as well. She saw a more convenient way to deal with her issues with her father, by getting together with the man that would become my Father, and imposing her negativity towards men on to my father, essentially, he was a scapegoat. She wanted him to fail, or to be a "bad" man, to confirm her delusional beliefs regarding Men, and to usurp power from my father in the process.

    Now, regarding my Sister, she of course inherited and learned these negative attitudes towards men, from my mother, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. I was her whipping boy growing up, and just as my father was my moms scapegoat, I became my sisters scapegoat. I was under constant scrutiny by her growing up, I wasn't aloud to make a mistake, feel anger or any feeling that might threaten her, in other words I am saying I had to be "better". My sister also took a lot of liberties in that she was the eldest sibling. Just another one of the tyrannical, abusive relationships I have been in with a female. I look back now and just see how absurd my relationship with her really was, and how I was the constant target of blame for any short coming or anything that went wrong in my sisters life. And, in her head, men are truly to blame for everything that goes wrong, from micro to macro.

    To this day, my sister has never uttered an apology, never showed an ounce of guilt regarding any of her actions, or shown any capability towards self reflection. The feminist lie/imperative runs so deep, within my Mother and Sister, that they still to this day have not shown any remorse for the way they have treated me, or my father. This narrative that has run through their lives (that men are to blame) has yielded them such positive results, that they would not come clean or show remorse to even their own blood.

    Do not have anything to do with them.

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    Re: A Reminder to Stay MGTOW

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    Here is your daily reminder to stay MGTOW, and to just how far the feminist imperative is willing to go to uphold it's tyrannical house of cards.

    So, I have a Mother and a Sister, both feminists, my Mother has held a grudge towards her father, and towards men, since a very young age. Her Father, or my Grandfather, served in WWII, when he came back from the war, he was unable to give my Mom much attention. Needless to say he was traumatized and had PTSD. This is an obvious conclusion to come to, or so I thought, I had to remind my Mother of this fact, in a conversation we had a few weeks back.

    She has said numerous times that she didn't like her Dad, that he neglected her, and because of this, it made her want to be a "better" mother. Well, what does "better" mean in this case? It meant from a very young age I was shamed, for being a male. I was constantly told to not get angry, or to not express a vital emotion for my survival. It also doesn't take a genius to come to the conclusion that my Mother let her unresolved issues towards her Father (and to men in general) out on my Father, and me. She put unrealistic, delusional expectations on me from a very young age. That I had to be a better man, that I HAD to respect women, and that I was bad if I was anything like her own Father.

    The problem with women requesting you be "better", is it's not only terribly unrealistic, and I would say delusional, but that it represses very fundamental emotions and expressions all humans are to have. Yet, women find it to be a virtue to expect this of males. I'll also add that my Mother also placed these misdirected expectations on my Father as well. She saw a more convenient way to deal with her issues with her father, by getting together with the man that would become my Father, and imposing her negativity towards men on to my father, essentially, he was a scapegoat. She wanted him to fail, or to be a "bad" man, to confirm her delusional beliefs regarding Men, and to usurp power from my father in the process.

    Now, regarding my Sister, she of course inherited and learned these negative attitudes towards men, from my mother, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. I was her whipping boy growing up, and just as my father was my moms scapegoat, I became my sisters scapegoat. I was under constant scrutiny by her growing up, I wasn't aloud to make a mistake, feel anger or any feeling that might threaten her, in other words I am saying I had to be "better". My sister also took a lot of liberties in that she was the eldest sibling. Just another one of the tyrannical, abusive relationships I have been in with a female. I look back now and just see how absurd my relationship with her really was, and how I was the constant target of blame for any short coming or anything that went wrong in my sisters life. And, in her head, men are truly to blame for everything that goes wrong, from micro to macro.

    To this day, my sister has never uttered an apology, never showed an ounce of guilt regarding any of her actions, or shown any capability towards self reflection. The feminist lie/imperative runs so deep, within my Mother and Sister, that they still to this day have not shown any remorse for the way they have treated me, or my father. This narrative that has run through their lives (that men are to blame) has yielded them such positive results, that they would not come clean or show remorse to even their own blood.

    Do not have anything to do with them.
    I didn't have any sisters, my mom had no chance to dominate in a house of brothers! My father was awesome, he didn't take any shit and taught us to do the same, he was polar opposite to a simp, his voice went up and foot came down at the inkling of any kind of shit!

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    Re: A Reminder to Stay MGTOW

    Dayum, that sounds much like my own childhood, with the exception that mine wasn't quite so bad...maybe by 1/2.
    Parents separated when I was a toddler (yeah, single mother mostly) and that same bull was drilled into my head.
    Was fed many Red Pills back then. Wish I'd remembered that when I became a teenager.
    AWALT

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    Re: A Reminder to Stay MGTOW

    Your mother has to blame someone so it was her father's fault for the way she is. In a way it is, as he is her father.

    Your mother and sister are displaying part of female nature. It's sort of a long term "Shit Test". Women admire strong men, the alpha, the rock, the leader. If a woman can mold a man, or make a man change he is not strong or to be admired, and most women will badger him for as long as she can, or until they find someone else to do it to. That is one reason a wife will nag at her husband and sometimes insult him in front of family or friends. What can she get away with? How strong is he? Once he's let her do it, she will keep doing it, he will loose self esteem, she will loose respect and fall out of love with him. She will look for a stronger man.

    If this really is female nature, there has to be a purpose or reason evolution has made made it an instinct in women. I think it is to lower the man's self confidence around women so he is likely to find a mate. The women (of the tribe) would be less likely to have a child with him, more likely to pick a man with strong confidence, more like an Alpha male. To give her better seed for her offspring to survive. She can't change her own genetics but she can choose who she mates with, hoping to get better the chances of survival. She will keep testing him even after she has a child with him, she wants the best she can get.

    I have seen this behavior many times in women, even to say AWALT. If they can't see weakness in a "Shit Test" they can't see you are not Alpha. Don't fall for a shit test. Walk away and ignore it.

    Just the way I see it.


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