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    Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Parents are suing their married son for $650,000 for not providing them with a grandchild! I am not kidding, they are claiming mental harassment. From what I am understanding MGTOW is already taking off in India this should bring it up a few more notches.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-61424869
    Mr Prasad said he had spent all his savings on his son, sending him to the US in 2006 for pilot training at a cost of $65,000.

    He returned to India in 2007, but lost his job and his family had to support him financially for more than two years,
    the Times of India reports.
    Shrey Sagar, 35, did eventually get a job as a pilot. His parents say they arranged his marriage to Shubhangi Sinha, now 31, in 2016, in the hope that they would have a "grandchild to play with" during their retirement.








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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Lol- Iíll bet next Thanksgiving is a real hoot at their house next fall!🤣

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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    I'm guessing this is traditional culture (valuing extended families, pre-selected spouses, everyone living together) vs modern culture (more autonomy for the couple, men & women choosing who they want to marry w/o interference from the family, separate domiciles). I'd like to hear the backstory on this flare-up. I'll wager there was friction between the parents & the couple all along.

    Or maybe one or both of the married couple has poor hygiene habits. I didn't want to go there at first, but I mean, you never know...

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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Gee mom, dad, I was thinking of starting a family, but I seem to find myself more than a half-million dollars in the hole right now. I wonder where the money went.

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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    I'm guessing this is traditional culture (valuing extended families, pre-selected spouses, everyone living together) vs modern culture (more autonomy for the couple, men & women choosing who they want to marry w/o interference from the family, separate domiciles). I'd like to hear the backstory on this flare-up. I'll wager there was friction between the parents & the couple all along.

    Or maybe one or both of the married couple has poor hygiene habits. I didn't want to go there at first, but I mean, you never know...
    I work with Indian guys who have been set up in arranged marriages. Not one of them is happy. They all cheat and the women are sometimes of higher quality than themselves not to mention they also have to marry the in laws. One guy even has the in laws living with him!

    I also wonder if one or both of them are infertile. Something the greedy parents don't understand? I mean if it goes to court, will all of that be put forward as evidence? In the end how do the parents even have a case? "I have the right to a grand child" vs "I have a right not to have a child"! As if having a grand child is even a right but the parents will claim it to be so. I think they are just pissed that they have invested a lot of money in their son and now feel he owes them something or someone in this case.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadedoldman65 View Post
    Gee mom, dad, I was thinking of starting a family, but I seem to find myself more than a half-million dollars in the hole right now. I wonder where the money went.
    lol it's ironic isn't it? So what they are really saying is the money is more than enough to compensate for having a grandchild. They are also saying that all the financial support they gave their son was more of an unwritten business contract than loving support. Sounds about right.

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    Indian guy here. It depends on the family. You know what but it's an old 7th century caveman process of procreation we culture as a whole still practicing right now, it's a taboo here, if you're not married by the age of 24. People start spreading rumours that this guy is mad or must be having erectile dysfunction etc. Guys like me who're not married upto 28 are considered crazy or total disaster in life, uncultured, uncivilized or whatever. I won't be getting married in future and i plan to stick by it. Now let me brief about something happening here. When it comes to social life, mental health indian culture is the best you're always getting backed up family and relatives, you're never alone in any difficult situation (tribal like situation), you will never get depressed in your entire life in here, who soever says they're depressed are actually stressed out or dealing with disaster but not fatigued mentally like sometimes people in low population countries happens to be. that's perfect, it's kinda old fashioned way (perfect for villages) , but the negative side? The module of city is totally different from classic ways and city's module has always been a western replica, now i don't know it's right or wrong but different more likely taboo from native culture cause most of media or soft power is dominated by west, so the children who've been taught in English in cities have grown up relating things with the western world. Like they've been wearing western goggles from the beginning of school. So they end up comparing and getting sandwiched in between 2 civilizations. Mind you it's a era of English from the age 13- 29 in which people use social media and are spiritually connected to western world and after the age of youth and fantasy dreams, reality hits hard. kids realise they live in a different society as compared to west. Majority of them have arranged marriage after getting in multiple relationships in 13-29 (western fantasy age). I've compared the whole indian modern scenario from all sides. If you ask me to explain this whole thing in one line that will be (indian youth has the biggest identity crisis from 13-29 they're pretending to be westerner, yet living in a totally different world) now that is not to say that western module is bad, off course it's not. It's the exact module throught which i evolved into a strong individual and took decisions of my life myself. But living in a different society and then transforming into replica of some other results in disaster. Take example of me. I realised this long time ago when I was getting sandwiched into both the cultures , i compared both of them and now is sticking by the total western module cause it's more suited for city life. Where you don't want others taking decisions of your life. So for modern world indians better start sticking to individualism cause it will also help in population control, development etc. Population control is a must. And it's visible too happening all around the world.

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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Quote Originally Posted by Harish yadav View Post
    Indian guy here. It depends on the family. You know what but it's an old 7th century caveman process of procreation we culture as a whole still practicing right now, it's a taboo here, if you're not married by the age of 24. People start spreading rumours that this guy is mad or must be having erectile dysfunction etc. Guys like me who're not married upto 28 are considered crazy or total disaster in life, uncultured, uncivilized or whatever. I won't be getting married in future and i plan to stick by it. Now let me brief about something happening here. When it comes to social life, mental health indian culture is the best you're always getting backed up family and relatives, you're never alone in any difficult situation (tribal like situation), you will never get depressed in your entire life in here, who soever says they're depressed are actually stressed out or dealing with disaster but not fatigued mentally like sometimes people in low population countries happens to be. that's perfect, it's kinda old fashioned way (perfect for villages) , but the negative side? The module of city is totally different from classic ways and city's module has always been a western replica, now i don't know it's right or wrong but different more likely taboo from native culture cause most of media or soft power is dominated by west, so the children who've been taught in English in cities have grown up relating things with the western world. Like they've been wearing western goggles from the beginning of school. So they end up comparing and getting sandwiched in between 2 civilizations. Mind you it's a era of English from the age 13- 29 in which people use social media and are spiritually connected to western world and after the age of youth and fantasy dreams, reality hits hard. kids realise they live in a different society as compared to west. Majority of them have arranged marriage after getting in multiple relationships in 13-29 (western fantasy age). I've compared the whole indian modern scenario from all sides. If you ask me to explain this whole thing in one line that will be (indian youth has the biggest identity crisis from 13-29 they're pretending to be westerner, yet living in a totally different world) now that is not to say that western module is bad, off course it's not. It's the exact module throught which i evolved into a strong individual and took decisions of my life myself. But living in a different society and then transforming into replica of some other results in disaster. Take example of me. I realised this long time ago when I was getting sandwiched into both the cultures , i compared both of them and now is sticking by the total western module cause it's more suited for city life. Where you don't want others taking decisions of your life. So for modern world indians better start sticking to individualism cause it will also help in population control, development etc. Population control is a must. And it's visible too happening all around the world.
    I do agree you would always have support around you in traditional Indian society but whether that support would always be healthy support is another thing altogether! It used to be like that in the West as well now as I am sure you know it's rather fragmented.

    There are pros and cons to everything in the end. Having people who support you tends to mean that you also have to be there for them. Then as we are seeing with these Indian parents they expect some kind of pay back for their support and can get rather nasty when they don't receive it.

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    Re: Another reason for Indian men to go MGTOW.

    Quote Originally Posted by Survivor64 View Post
    Lol- Iíll bet next Thanksgiving is a real hoot at their house next fall!🤣
    Especially because theyíre vegetarian.

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    This case is an unfortunate one and can happen everywhere. It should not be taken as a stereotype for every family residing in India. Take example of my family. Each and every relative are trying their best pressurising my parents to get me married. Giving funny updates like their son got married as if it's a great accomplishment as parents. But my parents never force me anything.

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    Brother those vegetarian days are gone. Now it's like rivalry of conservatives vs non- conservatives. India conservatives are in small numbers, majority of modern youth like I said earlier replica of west consumes lot of non-veg in their daily diet.

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    Parents saw him as an investment. All relationships are conditional transactions.

    Social conditioning. Social grooming.

    Gynocentrism, courtly love, chivalry, male disposability.

    Slaves to women and their state pimps.
    Sex is the bait. Marriage is the trap. Divorce rape is the goal.

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    Exactly


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