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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chady View Post
    Happy life is finding a good wife, have a family, kids, good job.
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    .. I then tried to get dates, but I was always rejected. Then, I became the best version of myself .. and still got rejected by the lowest girls? Are those enough reasons, man?
    If you're still wishing for a relationship but cannot obtain one - that makes you involuntary celibate rather than MGTOW.
    MGTOW voluntarily give up on relationships, and we reject marriage. The entire philosophy we adopt is that happiness is in self-actualisation.

    I'm sorry you feel that you need a wife to be happy - and you have my sympathy for being rejected by women. However this forum is for MGTOWs and not for those who are only considering the philosophy.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by nameless View Post
    Or just head over to the Female Dating Strategy Reddit page and you'll quickly be reminded of what kind of trap you could fall in.
    God, ain't that the truth, haha. Just a coven of bitchiness for psychos to learn how to get the most value out of their lapdogs before they have them put down.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toolband89 View Post
    God, ain't that the truth, haha. Just a coven of bitchiness for psychos to learn how to get the most value out of their lapdogs before they have them put down.
    Exactly. It's a perfect example of how nothing will please a woman. You could be Superman and she'll still be wondering if you're the most "HVM" that she could get.

    Here's one of the recent top threads there:

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    https://www.reddit.com/r/FemaleDatin...s_financially/

    "We love each other and have spoken about marriage and kids. Iíve raised his financial position as a big concern for me though, and he has listened and reassured me (not that this changes the situation). He wants our finances to remain seperate until he becomes the main provider. He wants me to protect my assets through a prenup (but share his if/when theyíre accumulated). He has set himself goals to save for a ring, wedding and kids so I can take maternity leave without pay (ie he can cover my car and house repayments plus afford our lifestyle). He believes his hard work and investments in his businesses will result in long term wealth/ passive income and financial freedom. He believes his role is to be the main provider for me and our future family. And I see him working towards this daily. He just isnít there yet. And tbh I imagine it could take years to catch up to me.

    Upon finding this sub, I swore I would never get involved with a man who wasnít at least as financially comfortable as me - I mean, men get a leg up in so many areas and if I was able to get to where I am then thereís almost no excuse for them not to have as well"
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    And that thinking right there is why I don't get involved. To summarize modern day feminism and dating:

    - Wants special advantages in society to equalize men and women.
    - Still expects you to be the main provider.
    - If you're below her level in some way (in this case, financially), you're not man enough because you have all the advantages in society and thus no excuses for not being better.


    So what kind of responses did she get?


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    "Do NOT attach yourself legally or otherwise to a broke man. You WILL regret it. Continue dating other people and let him know youíre not willing to progress this relationship from the non exclusive dating phase until his promises amount to something- that is if that happens before a better man comes along potentially."
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    Yeah... I'm just gonna run out to get a pack of smokes, be right back.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    To add to my post above, romanticizing relationships is the most moronic thing a guy could do today.

    Women don't want you. Not really. Chances are they never did, they wanted want you represent. Status, money, security... nothing she needs you for. Money and security she can get from big daddy government, status she can get from social media.

    At best, you're just one thing to check off on her list... right before "get a divorce" and right after "have a fling while married".

    Sure, true love is real. You just have to find it. Your soulmate is out there somewhere... currently taking it up the ass in a club bathroom stall. Don't worry though, it doesn't count because she doesn't know his name and he used a condom (well... not when she gave him head a few minutes earlier... but head doesn't really count either).

    Then one day you wake up and realize, wait a second, I have options here. I don't have to put up with any of the garbage out there unless I want to.

    Do you want to? I don't.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Regret? No. But like I posted early: sometimes I catch myself doing blue pilled things like following some hot girls on Instagram.

    I got cheated by a lying bitch that destroyed my trust on relationships a long time ago. So no gf, no wife and definitely no kids. Yes I like looking on hot women, I'm straight man after all. But to me now is more like of looking a nice car that isn't mine you know? "Look but don't touch" it saved me from a lots of troubles

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    If you read the historical jurisprudence, marriage was created to ensure men's disposable income and labor went towards bettering the lots of women, children and, supposedly, society as a whole. In other words, the world sees the exploitation and disposal of men as necessary for the benefit of women, children and the all powerful state. To 'society', other than serving as women's and the state's human shields, men have no intrinsic value. Examples are the male-only draft, men last in the life boats, gynocentrism and the fact that men suffer far worse life outcomes than women, sans the multitude of compassionate, empathetic programs to make women's lives better and better. No one cares that, after having built and maintained all upon and above the earth and after having fought and died in all the wars for our freedom and rights, women are now the best educated and hold the majority of US wealth.

    If you look carefully, feminists have distorted history to make it appear as though women were the oppressed and men were the oppressors, when in fact, the exact opposite was true. The only reason the majority of jobs were held by men in the past is that society socially shamed and conditioned men to become 'providers & protectors', aka ATMs and human sacrifices. When jobs were extremely bad for your health and longevity, women didn't want to 'work' and would only give 'love' to men that lived by the gynocentric code of chivalry, aka socially conditioned male human sacrifice. If you read through the historical conscription rules, the men rounded up for conscription in our past wars were INCELs, aka poor, less educated, genetically inferior, sexless, unmarried and childless. There's a reason behind the hatred of INCELs - they're the next batch of males to be gathered up and sacrificed at the alter of Vaginal Wellness & Privilege. Women only decided to work when work became a potentially better deal to being a housewife. While work remained mostly life threatening and life shortening, the majority of women didn't want to work and were fine with men suffering their position as women's personal ATMs, aka marriage. In short, there are no feminists in coal mines or foxholes.

    Most everything Walt Disney taught you as a male youth was a lie. When you read an article entitled, "Women Not Marrying, Men Too Broke", what does that tell you about marriage? It tells you that relationships between men and women are transactional and conditional. This is the stark reality. In other words, marriage is a thinly veiled, state managed and sponsored prostitution ring. The state simply acts as women's pimp and violence proxy; hence the multi-billion dollar divorce industry and the near constant shifting of wealth from men to women and their state pimps.

    Our corrupt, gynocentric media is filled with deeply harmful Disneyesque illusions and enchantments that are meant to ensure one man after the other falls prey to women and their state sugar daddy. Should MRAs try to warn men through public square like meetings, banshees of violent screeching feminists descend to block the dissemination of information needed by men to protect themselves from women and their state thuggery.

    Once enlightened by The Red Pill, a comfortable return to the slave plantation isn't possible. Once educated, no man can look upon womanhood with the same naive, gullible, rose colored glasses ever again.

    Only until it destroys your life is ignorance bliss. After that, it's sheer hell on earth.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    I'm never going to...........

    Go through a messy divorce
    Be fighting for access to my own children
    Be stuck in a sexless marriage
    Working until pass the age of 70
    Be in debt
    Get friend zoned
    Spend money on expensive dates

    I could go on but this is more than enough to illustrate the point.

    What is there to regret ????
    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by DangZagnut View Post
    So you know a lot of high IQ people. Aren't you humble bragging.
    Back door self-complimenting.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    I regret things are so screwed up we had to go MGTOW in the first place, but that's it.

    I tried and tried for decades and got nothing. The plantation had their chance, and they blew it.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    My only regret is the metamorphosisis didn't happen sooner, allot sooner! Like age 11, when I first experienced sex.

    If I could erase it, I would! At least I stopped writing that ugly chapter of my life by my mid 30's, and thereafter the horror story turned Prince Charming telling all princesses to fuck off and die.

    Extreme situations inspire extreme actions with solutions, and that was one of them. Nothing in heaven or earth can move me, my decision is final and eternal.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    I use to question myself at the start, but as I say often, I realised that what I was programmed to think relationships are, was false. This idea that women are the greatest people, who love you and help you and you can build this wonderful life with them, it's just a lie, this does not exist. Once you come to realise that this thing you are pining after does not and frankly, never did exist, you will let go completely.

    It takes time to overcome the societal brainwashing you and all of us were subjected to growing up.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Where's the telephone?

    (gong-ding, bash, they're gone)


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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Do I regret it? Well, yeah sorta... But honestly, what I most regret is that the world (and myself) make it a necessity. The fact is, I'm mentally handicapped. Autistic, bipolar and complex PTSD. Those conditions build upon each other, so under the wrong circumstances, I can end up in a very bad state quite easily. It's made everything harder. I've tried out many different professions, and most of them have been quite difficult. (Though honestly, all jobs suck for everyone, in some way or another.) I've been taken advantage-of many many times by many many people. Most of whom I "should" have been able to trust.

    And with all that in mind, I simply -have- to live alone. I need an extremely low-stress environment to "decompress" in following a day at work. I've managed to find jobs in manual labor that are tolerable, and even pay somewhat okay (given my lifestyle and attitude... I am miserably poor by many standards, though I've come to feel quite wealthy in some ways). I -need- peace and quiet, even more than I need women... And I need them a fair amount. Not nearly as bad as I did when I was young... One of the benefits of getting in your 40's is that your sex-drive decreases massively. I still LOVE fucking, perhaps now more than ever... but the torment of celibacy is gone. The urgency isn't there, and for that I am eternally thankful.

    If I could find the mythic Unicorn, a true-blue angelic woman who literally cannot exist outside of fiction? (See Vulnavia in "Dr. Phibes Rises Again") Yeah, I would get with her in an instant. But such supernatural women simply DON'T exist, and never will.

    In some ways, I was MGTOW even in my youth, as my handicaps separated me from others in such ways that I avoided most women, especially after getting truly fucked-up by two of them. Damage that still echoes today, as a matter of fact.

    For me, the Bluepill simply isn't feasible, either mentally nor philosophically. MGTOW is just about survival, and that's good enough for me.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnsmith79 View Post
    Unfortunately, I believe history is doomed to repeat itself, and it takes many generations of people who have had to go through a lot of hardship before a new civilisation rises (usually with heavily anti-gynocentric roots). Then over time, gynocentrism creeps in and the hundred-year cycle of decline starts again.

    The history of civilisations indicates a rise and fall over a cycle, some cycles spanning several hundreds of years, others, much shorter. From the history of the Roman Empire - which started out patriarchal (eg. they had laws where Roman men kept custody of the children, but yet they implemented laws in their conquered states whereby women would keep the children - gynocentric laws meant to weaken the subject states so they would remain weak and thus more easily controlled), the Roman Empire eventually fell when their own society became heavily gynocentric and their own men went a colour of MGTOW (their men refused to marry, reproduce, and fight).

    We're on the long steady slope of the decline as we've no external barbarians at the gates, our technology and military power is peerless - it may take another hundred years before western civilisation falls, and by that time we'll be long gone.
    The sad thing about Europe is that we have barbarians within our gates, muslims, and our governments and leftists welcome them with open arms If you speak out against that they brand you a nazi and all the -isms and -phobics. It's a fucking disgrace is what it is, and it pisses me off. 20 years ago I was trying out for the military because I wanted to do something for my country and culture, to defend it, and to help in foreign affairs, but now I'm glad I was refused because fuck getting wounded or dying for cunts who don't give a shit (and would probably call me a murderer anyways, like the hippies did with the soldiers who were shipped to 'Nam).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resdayn View Post
    The sad thing about Europe is that we have barbarians within our gates, muslims, and our governments and leftists welcome them with open arms If you speak out against that they brand you a nazi and all the -isms and -phobics. It's a fucking disgrace is what it is, and it pisses me off. 20 years ago I was trying out for the military because I wanted to do something for my country and culture, to defend it, and to help in foreign affairs, but now I'm glad I was refused because fuck getting wounded or dying for cunts who don't give a shit (and would probably call me a murderer anyways, like the hippies did with the soldiers who were shipped to 'Nam).
    Embrace it. Liberals and feminists wanted this. They pushed for this. Strong families would have prevented all. Women didn't want that though. They wanted to have a Sex in the City lifestyle. Family? That's worthless in comparison to chasing "careers". Getting railed by different men every day is empowering. Having an abortion is an achievement.

    So now Nordic women happen to be getting gang raped on the streets? British women are getting groomed into prostitution? There are such things as "no-go zones"? Okay, what would you like me to do about it? Before you answer, know my plan is to do absolutely nothing and there's nothing you can do to change my mind at this point.

    Enjoy the ride down.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Resdayn View Post
    The sad thing about Europe is that we have barbarians within our gates, muslims, and our governments and leftists welcome them with open arms If you speak out against that they brand you a nazi and all the -isms and -phobics.
    Agreed, Europe is in a different position from US and one can only attribute this situation to Mama Merkel for opening the door for refugees to flood into Europe - I believe she or one of the EU country's female leaders even stated that they should be glad that their culture will be replaced by migrants. I can't find that quote on the internet anymore despite my best searching. Perhaps it has been scrubbed clean or maybe my memory is faulty.

    Given native birth rates have plummeted leaving only migrant births, several countries in Europe are estimated to be majority Islamic within a hundred to two hundred years (https://www.emerald.com/insight/cont...0034/full/html). France by the year 2135, Sweden by 2125, UK by 2180 (not sure if this holds true anymore with Brexit). At that point, we can postulate that western-values may have been steadily eroded to be replaced by Islamic-values and Shariah law. Perhaps by then we'll see laws forcing women to wear mandatory veils and head-coverings. Feminism would be a dead as women would be silenced by the hand-slaps of Muslim men.

    Still those numbers are some 100 years away - we'll either be dead or laughing on our death-beds by then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsmith79 View Post
    Agreed, Europe is in a different position from US and one can only attribute this situation to Mama Merkel for opening the door for refugees to flood into Europe - I believe she or one of the EU country's female leaders even stated that they should be glad that their culture will be replaced by migrants. I can't find that quote on the internet anymore despite my best searching. Perhaps it has been scrubbed clean or maybe my memory is faulty.

    Given native birth rates have plummeted leaving only migrant births, several countries in Europe is estimated to be majority Islamic within a hundred to two hundred years (https://www.emerald.com/insight/cont...0034/full/html). France by the year 2135, Sweden by 2125, UK by 2180 (not sure if this holds true anymore with Brexit). At that point, we can postulate that western-values may have been steadily eroded to be replaced by Islamic-values and Shariah law. Perhaps by then we'll see laws forcing women to wear mandatory veils and head-coverings. Feminism would be a dead as women would be silenced by the hand-slaps of Muslim men.

    Still those numbers are some 100 years away - we'll either be dead or laughing on our death-beds by then.
    It'll be way sooner than that. More than half of all kids in school today are of non-European descent. I just hope I live long enough to see it completely fall so I can chuckle and say I told you so.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by nameless View Post
    It'll be way sooner than that. More than half of all kids in school today are of non-European descent. I just hope I live long enough to see it completely fall so I can chuckle and say I told you so.
    The study was done in 2019, and things like birth rates don't tend to change that drastically. One thing that could accelerate the process sooner could be the older population dying due to covid or vaccine complications, thus tilting the population towards Muslims further. Also, I wouldn't expect Muslims to vote as a bloc culturally - there are Muslim moderates and some percentage would be Muslim in name only, having embraced the western culture and lifestyle before the country became muslim majority. Hence for a significant cultural shift to occur may take longer than what population percentages suggest.

    That said, I share the same sentiment and hope to be enjoying the shitshow on my death-bed - always better to go out laughing I say.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    To the OP: Fears, doubts, and regrets are all symptoms of your humanity. Don't turn away from them or try to blot them out with drugs/alcohol/video games/TV.... Do some self-reflection and face them. Be better.

    Remember - as a MGYOW, 100% of your resources (time, energy, money) can be devoted to improving your life. You will not be in the same place 20 years from now. Take real steps to ensure you will be in a better place.

    If you commit to a LTR, or worse, a marriage, remember that only a fraction of your resources can be devoted to improving your life. Most of your resources will go to improving someone else's life.

    There is a huge difference between being alone and being lonely. Climbing up the mountain is always the harder path, but it always leads to the better view.

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    Re: Does anyone regret GYOW?

    " I got in a failed relationship, in which my ex cheated on me"

    It doesn't sound like you had much time to experience much bullshit.

    Example, she can't be bothered to text you, not even about important stuff, but then she's texting back and forth with some other dude and seems to be enjoying it way too much.

    Or, there is a certain female in your life that has been there since kindergarten. You truly are just friends (you're pretty sure she is lesbian anyway). Then comes the "new girl gf" into your life and she says that the first girl "has to go". If you put up any resistance to that she brings in her friends, her sister, her mother, and whoever else to shame you into being manipulated. Then, not even a week after that she (gf) has 7 fk'n guys hanging around her and she hasn't known any of them longer than 3 damn days! If you try to put a stop to that she says angrily, "Why are you so jealous! Why are you so insecure! Why are you trying to control me!". And again, if you don't give in then she brings in the friends, the sister, the mother, and whoever else to reinforce the shaming tactics.

    Times are very different now than when our grandparents found mates. Trying now, to do what they did then, is the same as trying to create the same food dishes that they did but without any of the ingredients that they had. It just doesn't work.
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