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    Be "that Guy"

    Those of you who have embraced totally your own way you've probably come across all kinds of shaming tactics in your journey, they are sly and slick, slick and sly, all attempts to rattle the center within you. If you've earned the veteran status you're probably good at dusting those off like water off the duck's back, it doesn't even come close to touching you. But for my brethren who may be struggling with shaming tactics from society, this is for you. BE THAT GUY. That guy that's just so different, so weird, so strange, so "off." Society will try to categorize you in some way or another. Embrace your ostracization. There's a certain freedom/liberation in meaning nothing to society. It's when you've stopped caring what society thinks of you that you're able to utterly go your own way. You will come to find that your interests contrast greatly to those of your former self, to those of society. It's almost like embracing the boy inside.

    I suspect some MGTOWs are still self-conscious about being viewed as virgins or not being able to get laid. If it's not sex, maybe it's that you don't have many friends, or you aren't at every party scene "turning up", or that you like solitude, reading, playing your games, enjoys a collection of "whatever that fuck," living a minimalist lifestyle, and so on. In my experience what works is to buy into it, basically, be that guy.

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    I live in one of feminism's smoking crater states, there's not many people left whom can shame others. When it comes to those that do, they're the ones covered in their own urine from pissing in the winds of completed change.

    "You'll see", and "you'll find out" are standard rebuttals with a turnaround time equivalent to the shelf life of bananas.

    We're over the hump and well into the utter madness and lunacy of feminism's full bloom and now withering on a dead vine.
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    Don't please people. Totally ignore what they think of you. Do your own thing.

    There is no advantage in people approving of you. They only respect strength and they will ultimately like you more, if you simply ignore their petty nonsense.

    Experiencing and testing this in real life is a HUGE red pill.

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    Why is it always about what men have to be? You never hear about what women should have to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    Why is it always about what men have to be? You never hear about what women should have to be.
    I could be wrong but did you even read my post?
    Last edited by Hedon; November 9, 2021 at 1:35 AM.

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    Religion.
    Religion uses more shaming tactics to get what they want than anything else except maybe my last wife.

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    I've been hearing that shaming crap for fifty years. I haven't started listening to it yet. And who gives a shit about what women should be? They are what they are and that's that. Bitching about it isn't going to change female nature. If it did, female nature would have changed by now, and in fifty years I haven't seen it move one step closer to what I call sanity.
    "Don't follow in my footsteps. I stepped in something."

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    To be honest I donít listen to it. Life is simple, ignore society demands, especially in todayís society and enjoy your time. You only get one chance so why waste time trying to be something your not and pleasing others. The shame and guilt trip is one of the oldest time can reveal but it makes no sense. If your weak you believe the crap. If you your strong you donít really care what others say. Especially feminist nut jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedon View Post
    I could be wrong but did you even read my post?
    I did, I took a different approach to it. But I did read it.

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    Well, even before Red found me I detached myself from societal opinion. I present myself as the "nobody." And I don't mind what other people's opinion are of me. I accepted most people will regard me indifferent, some will like me and some will hate me. For all people goes the same however: they come and leave in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    I did, I took a different approach to it. But I did read it.

    This is funny. With enough latitude for comprehension, please explain where I demanded men do anything.
    Last edited by Hedon; November 13, 2021 at 5:49 AM.

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    Hedon I enjoyed reading your post. You speak of freedom to do as you wish, be yourself. I get that and agree with it. Maybe our dear friend kryptic has another viewpoint on it and is expressing his feelings concerning societal pressures. Iím not sure his comments were directed at you.

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    I always shame married people. I talk about how I have these long pleasant vacations all the time, go on adventures, hang out with the boys, and shame them for not being allowed to do so.

    Ah the joys of marriage. And me mocking them.

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    The best way to avoid the Feminist Mind Police is to not let anyone in your real life know that you're MGTOW. Don't even tell your close friends or family. There should be no chance that some feminist terrorist can figure out that you're MGTOW. If one of them does, then a target gets put on your back.

    Feminists hate a man who is free.

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    Withstanding shaming tactics from family, friends and the different social circles in our lives takes tremendous psychological skill, balls and experience. It can only be learned the hard way by repeatedly withstanding people's shaming tactics and learning not to eat shit from them to the point where you stop giving a fuck what they think of you. But don't get mistaken, since most of us can't live on an island without interacting with anyone, it's a constant psychological war and you can never let your guard down. Fundamentally, like everything else in life, it's all about balance of power. The extent to which you can tell people to fuck off, depends on your leverage over them

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    Yeah, I've had little bouts with that. I still have friends that largely agree with me, but are still out there trying. Every time I hear another sob story about a girl saying "it's not you, it's me. I don't know what I want, I'm just not feeling it, etc." I just laugh and relish my freedom. It's fine that these girls are so flighty. It's their right, but these are solid dudes they're turning down. One of my buddies is 35, tall, muscular, college educated, no debt, no real relationship baggage, raised Catholic. Just a real solid, be there for you kind of bro. Can't get a girlfriend. No problem getting dates, can't get chicks to stick around. Maybe he comes off a little strong, I don't really know. I've been his wingman many a time and never seen a problem with how he interacts with them. I think it's just his bad luck trying to date where he's at. Anyway, if these chicks think they can do much better, they're more than welcome to try. In the end though, they're only hurting themselves.

    My advice is the same for both men and women. If you want a family/kids, then by all means get out there and try. The world needs good, solid people raising kids. But, if you're like me- don't want kids, then it becomes a simple formula. Don't want kids= don't get married. Not getting married = no point in datint. Not dating = barely interact with women. Frankly, I think more women should embrace the same philosophy. Take my sister for example. She's a feminist/ misandrist who already has two fur babies (adopted right after her last big break-up). She's attracted to men, but she also hates men. She can't respect them or take them seriously, so why bother with them at all? Why not try her hand at a lesbian relationship (doubt many women would put up with her either), or just go full spinster? Seriously, why bother going through the same hellish cycle of dating the very creatures you hate?

    When I quit dating, it was like an epiphany. My inner dialogue just switched to "you don't like being in relationships, you don't like compromise, you love your freedom, sex isn't a powerful motivator for you, you don't want to get married or have kids, so why are you bothering with this BS, you dipshit? Is it because society told you to? Do you care if people judge you for not having a girlfriend? Were you happier when you did have one? No, you hated it. You hated the drama. You hated the stress. You hated the electronic tether of having to text and call. So just stop! It's ok to be single. You're not hurting anyone. You're sparing your potential children the burden of living in a world in decline. Hell, you're even doing the world a favor by not contributing to overpopulation."

    The world may in fact be better off if we segregated in most contexts. Male spaces and female spaces.
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