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    I Found A Unicorn.

    Yes you read the title right I did in fact find a wonderful woman but hereís the odd part, it was my relationship with her as much as the harpy that almost destroyed me that finally turned me towards the MGTOW lifestyle.

    This was all a long time ago and times change and so do people. She is probably just like all the rest by now, but a part of me hopes not.

    Going back about 20 years or so I had been rebuilding my life from the disaster the witch had turned it into for a couple of years and was finally feeling good about life again, mind and body almost fully restored. I saw my previous relationshit as an abomination, a one off, NAWALT and I was ready to try again. And then I met her.

    She was tall, slim, very attractive and we hit it off almost immediately. She had two young kids from a previous relationship and that was initially a concern obviously, but when I met them they were great kids: well raised, mannerly, friendly and happy. The father had disappeared without contact or child support, he was no longer a factor in any way.

    As for her, well she was working, had her own house (hers, nothing to do with the ex) and a nice one year old family car. She dressed attractively but conservatively and had zero interest in flirting with other guys. She also regularly attended church but was no bible-basher. And she was my age. (I think maybe a year older)

    During the eight or nine months we were together we never had an argument, it just wasnít in her nature (she didnít have a bad, malicious bone in her body), and although I didnít always understand her viewpoint never once did I feel manipulated in any way. As for things like feminism I donít think she was aware of it beyond suffrage and women getting the vote. I was very close to proposing marriage.

    And then suddenly things changed. Dates would fail to happen and we slowly began to lose contact. Now it could have been she found someone else but for various reasons I donít think so, I think it more likely her family put the spoke in. I didnít get to know them well but they never seemed to take to me at all. I was an outsider from a very violent place and that seemed to be enough for them without getting to know me personally. Such is life.

    But hereís the rub, wonderful as she was (in my eyes anyway) the breakup meant little to me and I wondered about this for a while. Why wasnít I more upset? It took a little time but I eventually realised that the life I was planning for myself was one that held little interest for me. The whole wife, 2.4 kids, white picket fence dream was not my dream, it had somehow been instilled within me that this was something to be sought and I was just playing along ignoring my own reservations as Ďcold feetí.

    It was then I realised that no matter the woman this is not the life for me. She really was the sweetest person I ever met and on occasions like this when I think back I wish her nothing but happiness, but a life of servitude in a really nice prison is still a life of servitude in a prison.

    At this stage Iíd probably be beating my head off the walls wondering just who the fuck I really was and why I was living such a life, but thankfully it didnít come to pass and at this stage I can rest assured that my lunacy is pretty much all my own.

    And one last thing for the lurkers wondering what life without women is like; itís fucking great. 18/19 years or so without a shag and I couldnít care less. I enjoy my life without interference and without debt Ė ANY debt. And just in case youíre wondering Ďbut are you really happy?í all I can say is I laugh nearly every day and when I get with friends, both male and female, Iíll have tears literally streaming down my face with laughter as often as not. So yes, I really am happy, are you?
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Hey Jackoff, 1st. off, the X Chumpsband was likely from a rowdy place like you, my guess is this stigma carried over from her family toward you.

    2nd. my bet, his disappearance was underworld related and that stigma also carried over on you.

    3rd. Unicorns are virgin, that's why there aren't any.

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    In the very beginning stages of MGTOW, it is focused and directed at women and their manipulate and conniving behaviour. The beginning is to realise you, as a man have been and duped and you have duped yourself by the illusion that women love and care for you unconditionally.

    You realise that you are a slave in the plantation and you need to escape, yesterday before today.

    After that, MGTOW focuses on the Gynocracy. This is where MGTOW really hits the nail on the head.

    Women aren't that bad in my opinion; they aren't the monsters we make them out to be. And Unicorns do exist. But the one thing that will always be after us, relentlessly pursuing the average man, is the Gynocracy and its' backers, the white knights, blue pillers, tradcons and so on ad infinitum.

    Once people know that you are a FREE & PROUD man who couldn't give a flying fuck about what happens - then you are public enemy number one.

    IMO, you become a certified MGTOW when you realise that the Gynocracy is lead and enforced by men. Then you know that most men are scum, not worthy of your time or energy. And you begin to get rid of all the corrupt people in your life.
    A mother cannot raise a boy to be a man, not because he needs a father figure; but because she favours team vagina over her own son.

    Tradcon women are the most manipulative of all kinds of women, because they infect you with false hope.
    Radfems are your best friend, because they hate you and verbalise it - that's honesty!

    The red pill rage is a process which takes many many years - so be kind and patient with yourself.

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Hey Jackoff, 1st. off, the X Chumpsband was likely from a rowdy place like you, my guess is this stigma carried over from her family toward you.

    2nd. my bet, his disappearance was underworld related and that stigma also carried over on you.

    3rd. Unicorns are virgin, that's why there aren't any.
    1st off. You're right he was. A different kind of rough place though. He was from Dublin and I was from Northern Ireland.

    2nd. I have absolutely no idea. You could be right, but maybe her family treated him like shit too.

    3rd. Unicorns are a fictitious beast and are what you make them.
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    It was then I realised that no matter the woman this is not the life for me. She really was the sweetest person I ever met and on occasions like this when I think back I wish her nothing but happiness, but a life of servitude in a really nice prison is still a life of servitude in a prison.
    This will sound off the wall, but I believe that people often purchase things, objects, that they are initially enamored with because they want that initial feeling to stay, and below the surface they think if they walk away without taking it with them, they are walking away from a good thing, away from goodness. To put the object down and walk away in the middle of this buzz feeling, why the separation letdown is almost palpable. So they buy the object for the feeling it gave them. The feeling wears off and the object ends up in the junk drawer.

    Actually, I saw myself doing that, and after introspection I can now enjoy encountering great things without buying them, and encounter great people yet wave goodbye to them as part of what happened that day. These things aren't magnets anymore. They still happen but I don't see them as forks in the road, as decisions to make.

    That's what you made me think of.
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    I agree with everything you say here Opaque, but I do have a slight problem with this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    Once people know that you are a FREE & PROUD man who couldn't give a flying fuck about what happens - then you are public enemy number one.
    I'm in my 50's so most of the people I associate with have seen a bit of life and while most may not realise the size of the problem even they see the signs.

    As for being public enemy no.1 I don't think they really give a shit how I live my life, at worst they seem to find it amusing. Most of our conversations don't even touch on the subject of the gynocracy and I'm certainly not out to convert them.
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Unboxxed View Post
    I can now enjoy encountering great things without buying them, and encounter great people yet wave goodbye to them as part of what happened that day. These things aren't magnets anymore. They still happen but I don't see them as forks in the road, as decisions to make.
    This is so where I am right now and have been for years.
    "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

    All we can do is keep ourselves from all those who don't deserve it. Ė Dave Matthes

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post

    But hereís the rub, wonderful as she was (in my eyes anyway) the breakup meant little to me and I wondered about this for a while. Why wasnít I more upset?
    One explanation is that men love a good fight, we love a challenge, a wild girl to tame.
    I had once had a friend talking about his ex-wife as a bovine creature. He was disgusted.

    I personally chased one of those wild and independent creatures and I got one. The thing is, we think we can tame them and live happily ever after...

    ...we don't.

    They are never tamed, that is our illusion. We believe that once these wild women are "taken" by us, them we have value and they give us love, faithfulness, respect and dedication.

    No. They are never ours, its just our turn. And turn to what? We this we get them when its actually the other way around. They chose the man, they tame the man, the fool the man, and they explore the man.

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manfred View Post
    One explanation is that men love a good fight, we love a challenge, a wild girl to tame.
    I had once had a friend talking about his ex-wife as a bovine creature. He was disgusted.

    I personally chased one of those wild and independent creatures and I got one. The thing is, we think we can tame them and live happily ever after...

    ...we don't.

    They are never tamed, that is our illusion. We believe that once these wild women are "taken" by us, them we have value and they give us love, faithfulness, respect and dedication.

    No. They are never ours, its just our turn. And turn to what? We this we get them when its actually the other way around. They chose the man, they tame the man, the fool the man, and they explore the man.
    Unicorns are best left in the wild. After a few rides, turn them loose. It turns out best that way.
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manfred View Post
    They are never tamed, that is our illusion. We believe that once these wild women are "taken" by us, them we have value and they give us love, faithfulness, respect and dedication.

    No. They are never ours, its just our turn. And turn to what? We this we get them when its actually the other way around. They chose the man, they tame the man, the fool the man, and they explore the man.
    I would say they Exploit the Man.

    my grandfather told me at a very young age "boy, there is only one thing a woman wants from a man...... it's 6 inches long and has a head on it..... and its a dollar bill"

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Manfred View Post
    One explanation is that men love a good fight, we love a challenge, a wild girl to tame.
    I had once had a friend talking about his ex-wife as a bovine creature. He was disgusted.

    I personally chased one of those wild and independent creatures and I got one. The thing is, we think we can tame them and live happily ever after...

    ...we don't.

    They are never tamed, that is our illusion. We believe that once these wild women are "taken" by us, them we have value and they give us love, faithfulness, respect and dedication.

    No. They are never ours, its just our turn. And turn to what? We this we get them when its actually the other way around. They chose the man, they tame the man, the fool the man, and they explore the man.
    Words aren't enough!

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    This was an observation from my past and the point of telling it was to say that no matter what you want, or think you want, relationships are not the answer and this is what this experience demonstrated to me.

    My previous relationship had been a massive red pill, but there was still enough blue pill in me to turn that red pill purple. Part of me still yearned for the world that had been promised and, for me, it took that glimpse into that supposedly perfect world to realise that there was no real difference, I still would not have been happy because I was looking to build a life of illusion. Sooner or later that world would have crumbled even without her family’s misgivings.

    Over time people change and so do their dreams and expectations. It is totally unreasonable to expect people to remain committed to a relationship that has lost its appeal, to put it very mildly.

    IMO, people are not meant to commit to each other for life whether straight or LGBTQI (and as many other letters you want add on there). If this was a natural practice then there would be no need for artificial structures such as marriage, it would simply be.
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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    A unicorn? Sorry, I am allergic to horseshit.

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    Re: I Found A Unicorn.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boar View Post
    A unicorn? Sorry, I am allergic to horseshit.
    Don'tcha mean whoreshit?


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