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    MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Oh dear.

    "The wider cost of family breakdown is immeasurable and drives much of the social problems we see across Britain.

    “We know from our research that children growing up in unstable (code for single mother) families tend to do worse at school, are more likely to be involved in crime and to live in poverty.

    “It is (newly) worrying that a 16-year-old is now more likely to have a television in their bedroom than a father at home.

    “A mature debate (excluding fathers rights, the role of feminism and the family courts) about the importance of family stability and marriage could not be more urgent.”
    John Ashcroft, research director at the Relationships Foundation, added: “When relationships go right society as a whole benefits, but when they go wrong we all pay a price.

    “Government should be as concerned about a social deficit as a fiscal deficit yet George Osborne is likely to have very little in the Budget to say about such a major area of expenditure or such a valuable national resource."(Because he's magina like the rest of the political class)

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/sex...yers-46bn.html

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Freud's right of course, but in the current environment his voice will be shouted down. Ironically, the ones doing the shouting will be the empowered, independent women who receive these benefits.
    I once heard someone say that if you receive entitlements you shouldn't vote. A radical concept, but I see the logic.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    They won't fix the issue. The only thing that can fix this toxic society is a collapse. Why would the government fix this issue when it makes them a lot of money, lets them string people along and more importantly, have more control over us?

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    The damage households without fathers do to children and ultimately society as a whole can hardly be underestimated. Crime, violence, drug abuse, drinking problems, mental disorders and suicide are all vastly more prevalent in children who grew up without a father. If you know any teachers, ask them what universal element connects all problematic children: they will invariably tell you that they were all raised by single mothers. Yet, despite all these issues, which have been known for years, more than a third of American children live in fatherless households! When women divorce they often choose - deliberately - to attain sole custody (read: they choose to steal the children away from their fathers), thereby indirectly causing all these problems. I think that is borderline criminal, and at the very least immoral and selfish. What does the government do about it? Nothing: they point their fingers at the fathers, condemning them for leaving their family behind. The obvious fact, however, is that men do not leave their families behind; most divorces are initiated by women merely because of "growing apart" or "feeling unloved".

    In brief, women choose not to let their ex-husbands near their children despite knowing that it will do untold mental damage to the kids, and men are blamed for it! A sad, sad state of affairs.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    My son lives with my ex-wife (of course) and I really worry about him. He's living with a woman that has no interests outside of shopping, no real work ethic and provides very little in the way of boundaries for him. It amazes me that state thinks he needs to be with her instead of someone who is financially successful, models good worth ethic and gives him structure. Men can't love and are just wallets, right? Every time I get him (every Wed. and every other weekend) I find myself having to deprogram and reprogram him in many little ways. So far, he's doing ok.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Quote Originally Posted by dr_bloodmoney View Post
    Every time I get him (every Wed. and every other weekend) I find myself having to deprogram and reprogram him in many little ways. So far, he's doing ok.
    That's exactly the same experience I have with my son when he stays at his mothers for the weekend.

    It usually takes up sunday evening and maybe monday after school if it's a hard case, to get him back to normal.

    I presume it's cumulative build up of normal displeasure at having to live within the parameters of anothers guiding philosophy and using that of the other parent to express it.

    Must be uncomfortable for the kid.

    It's funny how it appears left to the Dad's to say stop that shit and get back to business. Maybe I find this because I have to ensure he's ready for school but I also think there's an element of women not understanding that without foresight, a plan, some skills, determination, the ability to defer gratification and some hard work/resilience in the face of difficulty a male is counted as nothing and is likely to be treated like shit whilst a woman can get by on her looks (if she has any).

    I presume the world is tough for ugly women.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Quote Originally Posted by dr_bloodmoney View Post
    My son lives with my ex-wife (of course) and I really worry about him. He's living with a woman that has no interests outside of shopping, no real work ethic and provides very little in the way of boundaries for him. It amazes me that state thinks he needs to be with her instead of someone who is financially successful, models good worth ethic and gives him structure. Men can't love and are just wallets, right? Every time I get him (every Wed. and every other weekend) I find myself having to deprogram and reprogram him in many little ways. So far, he's doing ok.
    Coming from a broken family, I can relate. When I used to get home from Dad's house, Mom would want to know everything we did and everything Dad might have said. Then she would criticize what we had done and fight with me about any comments my Dad had made. What a fucking mess.
    It got to the point I just wouldn't answer her questions on that topic. It just aint natural for kids to have to pick a side in a parent war...

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Quote Originally Posted by Freeychromosome View Post
    I presume the world is tough for ugly women.
    Who cares?

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    Thanks Bricklayer, valuable information. I may very well print that and leave it laying in strategic places.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    No worries FapMaster, I must say it isn't my creation, don't have an original source to credit unfortunately. I like your strategic drop idea, I can only imagine the hamstering that would follow if you put one on each desk before a class on women's studies took place. Just need the lesson plan so the week where reproductive rights is the topic of discussion gets the flier. I read about a divorce party the other day too, would be funny seeing a stack of leaflets sitting at the entrance to that little shindig.

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    Re: MGTOW effect. Hitting them where it hurts 46 billion times.

    just let them keep thinking that misandry doesn't exist, and that anti-feminists are all crackpot conspiracy theorists.


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