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    Grandma would have flipped

    Found one of my father's magazines in the book collection. TRUE; the man's magazine, 50 cents, January 1967.

    Though presented differently, there's a lot of MGTOW DNA in this thing and they didn't hide it either, it was right out in the open. Too bad your Grandpa wasn't listening, but Thats the way it goes. It was probably too late by the time he started reading magazines. There's also unashamed tobacco advertising and sixteen cartoons, of which fourteen were either sexist or politically incorrect.

    I guess this shows wives didn't read these things back then, or else the message went over their heads, which was likely. A modern woman would come unglued if they caught their man reading a rag like this.

    ARGOSY was another mag similar to this one. There were others too, but these were the one's my old man bought. I don't suppose there are many paper mags left from those days but check it out if you ever happen to find one.
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    Re: Grandma would have flipped

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Found one of my father's magazines in the book collection. TRUE; the man's magazine, 50 cents, January 1967.

    Though presented differently, there's a lot of MGTOW DNA in this thing and they didn't hide it either, it was right out in the open. Too bad your Grandpa wasn't listening, but Thats the way it goes. It was probably too late by the time he started reading magazines. There's also unashamed tobacco advertising and sixteen cartoons, of which fourteen were either sexist or politically incorrect.

    I guess this shows wives didn't read these things back then, or else the message went over their heads, which was likely. A modern woman would come unglued if they caught their man reading a rag like this.

    ARGOSY was another mag similar to this one. There were others too, but these were the one's my old man bought. I don't suppose there are many paper mags left from those days but check it out if you ever happen to find one.
    Come unglued? You show me one that's glued before you talk about unglued! There's more adhesive in silicone spray than there is in a modern woman! They slide off one dude and onto another with little to no effort at all!
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    The war on men has been going on for a very, very long time. If there's any misogyny, it's well justified. Women are not your friends and have only their own best interests at heart. The State uses women to control men. They will use and exploit you to fulfill their own desires. They're not sugar, spice or anything nice. Those that appear so are just better actresses. Shame, manipulation and proxy violence via the state are their weapons of war.

    Go MGTOW, because being disobedient to women is the fun part of being a man.
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    Re: Grandma would have flipped

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Found one of my father's magazines in the book collection. TRUE; the man's magazine, 50 cents, January 1967.

    Though presented differently, there's a lot of MGTOW DNA in this thing and they didn't hide it either, it was right out in the open. Too bad your Grandpa wasn't listening, but Thats the way it goes. It was probably too late by the time he started reading magazines. There's also unashamed tobacco advertising and sixteen cartoons, of which fourteen were either sexist or politically incorrect.

    I guess this shows wives didn't read these things back then, or else the message went over their heads, which was likely. A modern woman would come unglued if they caught their man reading a rag like this.

    ARGOSY was another mag similar to this one. There were others too, but these were the one's my old man bought. I don't suppose there are many paper mags left from those days but check it out if you ever happen to find one.
    Could you give us a few examples of what was said that was MGTOW like? You got me interested.

    I think your guess was right. I doubt women of the day read the magazine. No more than men would have read Womans Day or the like.
    Even if they had I don't think they would have made a big deal out of it like today. A woman likely would have just chalked it up to men's foolishness. Then went on with her day back then.
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    I grew up in the 70's and 80's and there was a lot of MGTOW and PC Incorrectness. I read comic books that had ads for X Ray specs, things that didn't work but the ad would depict a young guy putting them on and seeing through a hot chicks clothes. We didn't think anything of it back then but now you would be tried for heresy.

    Back then most of the male heroes in movies and TV were MGTOW as well. John Wayne, Clint Eastwood they would usually be loners going against the world, rebelling in their own way. Women swooning for them and yet being ignored or rejecting which just made them want them even more. Lots of eccentric millionaire types who were usually MGTOW.

    Mags like Playboy before going Woke were about MGTOW as well. Just enjoying the good things in life.

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    From the monthly column it's a man's world.

    Golfing Threat.
    A school of thought with which we concur holds that women should be barred from the golf course. The links are not the place for bitchy one-upmanship, rules wrangling and uncounted strokes.
    The rest of this "news piece" was about a woman's tournament and appeared to be a plug for the sponsors.

    One Day Divorce.
    Competition for the divorce business is getting so stiff that they may be giving trading stamps next. Nevada and Mexico are bitter rivals in the divorce trade and it looks as if Nevada has been taking it on the chin. The number of divorces in Washoe County, wherein Reno is situated, has declined so alarmingly that some lawyers out there are agitating for one-day divorces. The deal would make one day's residence in the state sufficient for divorce, instead of the present six-week requirement, and clients could be cleaved overnight before they had a chance to change their minds. For the same legal fee, of course, but think of the time saved. Nevada lawyers are being polled on the proposition, which may or may not go through. But we think it very significant that the matter was brought up by an economics committee of the Nevada State Bar Association which has great tenderness for fiscal plights of barristers. We've always figured that divorce is a matter of economics, not morals, but its the first time lawyers have agreed with us on anything.

    This last one's another author's plug, and it's world class stupid. A book on how a wife can enter the workforce. Not only that, they advise her how to talk her husband into it. Sales must of been in the dozens.

    Wily Wives
    An outfit called Manpower Inc., a misnomer if we ever heard one, is out to recruit all the woman power they can get to fill office jobs. They assert that 26,000,000 married women are not working (we do agree) and aim to tap this treasure trove of languished skills. This whole enterprise rests on the shaky conclusion that married women hesitate to go back to work because of fear, instead of distaste. To relive such postulated fears, Manpower has a booklet written by Dr. Joyce Brothers, the radio oracle who instantaneously answers, or responds to, any conceivable question on human behavior. Secession may erupt in any man's household as Manpower's campaign gets under way, and it is only fair to expose some of the ploys Doctor Brothers recommends for convincing husbands "of the wisdom of assuming a more up-to-date attitude." The woman plotting for a job should say "Darling, I've found another way to get that new station wagon," instead of "You dope, you don't make enough dough so I have to do it myself." If you wonder who'll get dinner when she's working, don't be surprised if she says "on the day's I'm home I'll make your favorite hush puppies." On the delicate matter of the working wife's being around too many men all day, Doctor Brother's says that can be handled too, and she handles it: "Certainly if you have trusted him all these years with the girls in the office, he can do the same for you. What can he say?" You'd be surprised what we can say, Joyce.
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