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    What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kkU...ture=emb_title

    I believe he overdo at some point but still he has many good points.

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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    I have to agree with this guy. City life is oppressive. Every way you look at it it’s oppressive. Don’t do this, you must do that; you MUST conform.

    To a certain extent this is necessary. In order for so many people to live in such a small area you have to have rules of engagement whether they be social rules or the rule of law, you have to have rules.

    Like most of us I grew up in the city, but luckily for me for most of my younger years I lived on the outskirts. Within 10-20 minutes I could be walking across fields or playing with friends in forest areas that had stood for hundreds of years and I cannot recommend this enough. Parents taking their kids to the park just doesn’t begin to compare.

    As I got older I stopped playing in / entering these areas, it just wasn’t done – what a shame.

    But one thing I do remember from my teens: during the summer months I would jump on my bicycle and ride out of town, oftentimes with friends but the times I remember best were the times when I went alone. I’d be gone for hours, sometimes from before my family had got out of bed and not returning until near dark. Deciding to go ‘that way’ just because I hadn’t went that way before. As soon as I got out of the city it was like a weight lifted from me. Here I was, out on my own, not a care in the world just looking around, breathing fresh air, and feeling – free.

    City life has its perks – shops, amenities, people to interact with, but it has nothing on that feeling of escape from all the bullshit.
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Che Guevara called cities "incubators" of the "infantile bourgeoisie" that produced men of little revolutionary potential.
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    It's no coincidence cities are commie hipster numale central. I find life in a small town close to a city to be optimal. The relief when driving out of the city onto an open road is palpable every time.

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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    I think I'd get along with that dude quite well.
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Cities are great for ghosting in plain sight, but you have to be extra protective and on your toes. Why? Because in a big city everyone is ready to eat your lunch? Well not exactly haha, but your guard can't go down in a big city.

    At least in a big city there isn't any small town gossip. But on the flip side living in a small town or out in the country allows you to be you and don't have to hide from your passions or hobbies in your own home and land.

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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    Cities are great for ghosting in plain sight, but you have to be extra protective and on your toes. Why? Because in a big city everyone is ready to eat your lunch? Well not exactly haha, but your guard can't go down in a big city.

    At least in a big city there isn't any small town gossip. But on the flip side living in a small town or out in the country allows you to be you and don't have to hide from your passions or hobbies in your own home and land.
    I live way out on land's legal end, the things I do here in just one month would get me three consecutive life sentences in any Major metropolitan area including its suburbs!

    I shit you the fuck not!
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Quote Originally Posted by Azure Nomad View Post
    Cities are great for ghosting in plain sight
    True dat. It's fairly easy to be almost invisible in a big city. Never having lived in a small town I wouldn't know for sure, but I'd say it would be near on impossible.
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Cities, especially cities with colleges, have a high percentage of young women taking birth control pills and very strained municipal water systems that "recycle" water.
    The women take the brith control pills, and urinate out the excess estrogen.
    That estrogen is not filtered out when it is put back into the water table or the water system.
    You drink enough of the water, you grow man boobs, or "moobs."
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    I grew up on a farm. Went to tech school in a largish city, then lived in a couple of moderately sized cities for about ten years. Then lived in the nearby county seat for a number of years until moving back out here several years ago. I don't miss the traffic one bit, though I do live on sort of a main country road the house is set back far enough that it's not all that distracting. The closest neighbor is over a quarter mile away and the only house I can see is over a half mile away.

    In town it always seemed like someone was watching from whatever direction and that made me plenty self conscious. Here only the cattle watch and they only care about getting fed.
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    Re: What do you think about this man says about big cities being harmful to manhood?

    Dude's multi-tasking (tending to the fire while shooting a YouTube video) - isn't multi-tasking a feminine activity!

    I'm joking but not really. Because his definition of masculinity is not universal; the arguments seem to be forced.

    He just gets through talking about how society is more efficient with trust; it's often more efficient with the right kind of order too which is why the pace of innovation is blistering today versus 5000 years ago in the wild, and much of that is happening in cities like London, San Francisco, etc. Is innovation not masculine? Rules alone won't emasculate a man. (I'm not even sure what city rules he's talking about...) He seems to think people are friendlier out where he is (says a woman said hi)- yet I am closer to people in my building than I ever was to neighbors in suburbia.

    Instead, I find suburban life emasculating. Why? Because it is the province of the married she-beast and male mangina. If you see my post history, I constantly refer to this; ie: this post

    Since then, I've had fewer interactions with Breeders as I've made the very useful decision of moving back to the City. I strongly recommend all MGTOWs do NOT expose themselves to large numbers of breeders and the toxic environment they create. It is a mistake and there are few credible justifications for it.

    His POV is welcome. It's good to debate where men are better off. I prefer to discuss it in terms of pros/cons versus masculinity because that concept is variable- and while there are some 'true north' elements, I don't think his review covered those.

    Some of you may be wondering -- who is this Jagrmeister guy? Have a look at some of my posts from MGTOW Forums--> Jagr Archive (collection of my articles)



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