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    Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Hello to all here. I am just another victim of this female run society looking for a refuge. I have been a lurker to this site for a long time and decided to join. Never been in LTR. I am now 51 and I am pretty sure now there will not be a Unicorn waiting for me now. I am fine with that. I live on the Georgia Tennessee border in a small town in the mountains.I work at the local hospital. I look forward to interacting with other members on the site.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by WanderingVagrant View Post
    Hello to all here. I am just another victim of this female run society looking for a refuge. I have been a lurker to this site for a long time and decided to join. Never been in LTR. I am now 51 and I am pretty sure now there will not be a Unicorn waiting for me now. I am fine with that. I live on the Georgia Tennessee border in a small town in the mountains.I work at the local hospital. I look forward to interacting with other members on the site.
    First of all, we're not victims
    This is not a female run society, female ruin society yes, but running, no, it's broken beyond redemption. Unicorns are fictional, @ 51 the only thing waiting for you has had 50 miles of cock shoved through her!
    Never been in a LTR? I bet you also haven't been convicted of false rape, DV, or a plethora of other related legal matters!
    You're not the victim, you're the one that got away!

    The man is the mouse, the woman is the mousetrap!


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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Welcome WanderingVagrant,

    Always good to have new MGTOW on the site. I hope you find this place useful and enjoyable.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Welcome WV, I just dropped in after a longer wander in the wilderness. I will soon be 50 so maybe on a similar plane to you. Forget the unicorn. I believe the only unicorn a man ever finds is a daughter.
    Any position imposed upon us can become our preferred position. Like Tower said - no victim. A man who recognises how forces impose upon his position so turns it to his advantage in spite.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    As you get older, more and more women will see you as a potential provider. They'll act like your all that and a bag of chips. Your going to meet some before long. Usually their easy to spot, since they had no intrest in you when you were younger. Welcome.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Hey, Wandering Vagrant. Welcome. How far back in the Appalachians are you hidden? Are you way back in the woods with the moonshiners?

    As for the "female run society" thing, I'm actually starting to disbelieve the standard red pill line about this being a gynocentric society or "female primary social order," as Rollo puts it. I don't think that's it. I think there are much bigger and badder forces at work than mere wahmen. Wahmen didn't create this culture, and they aren't running it (no more than men are). Yes, they have privileges, protections, and supports that men do not, but that's not the same thing as running the society.

    Anyhow, that's a different topic. Welcome. I just cracked 60, so I'm one of the old fart MGTOWs. I think it's something that gets easier as you get older.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    Hey, Wandering Vagrant. Welcome. How far back in the Appalachians are you hidden? Are you way back in the woods with the moonshiners?

    As for the "female run society" thing, I'm actually starting to disbelieve the standard red pill line about this being a gynocentric society or "female primary social order," as Rollo puts it. I don't think that's it. I think there are much bigger and badder forces at work than mere wahmen. Wahmen didn't create this culture, and they aren't running it (no more than men are). Yes, they have privileges, protections, and supports that men do not, but that's not the same thing as running the society.

    Anyhow, that's a different topic. Welcome. I just cracked 60, so I'm one of the old fart MGTOWs. I think it's something that gets easier as you get older.
    I live in a town called McCaysville Georgia. Half of the town is in Georgia the other half is called Copperhill Tennessee. I don't know if women really run society ,but they sure do get a lot of privileges. There are simps everywhere which doesn't make it any easier. My longest relationship with a girl was 3 weeks.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by WanderingVagrant View Post
    I live in a town called McCaysville Georgia. Half of the town is in Georgia the other half is called Copperhill Tennessee. I don't know if women really run society ,but they sure do get a lot of privileges. There are simps everywhere which doesn't make it any easier. My longest relationship with a girl was 3 weeks.
    I've had fruit last longer than relationships!

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by WanderingVagrant View Post
    I live in a town called McCaysville Georgia. Half of the town is in Georgia the other half is called Copperhill Tennessee.
    On the other side of Chattanooga, gotcha. I was looking at relocating up there (east TN) a while back. I decided to go in a slightly different direction, but one of the things that drew me was the nature. That is beautiful country. I see that McCaysville has a population of around 1300, although it gets up to a bustling metropolis of nearly 2k, if you add Copperhill's 417. So yeah, that's a small town all right. I trust that you like small town life and that's why you're there.

    I don't know if women really run society ,but they sure do get a lot of privileges. There are simps everywhere which doesn't make it any easier. My longest relationship with a girl was 3 weeks.
    Yeah, that's true about simps. And our government is filled with them -- not just for simpery, but for political gain -- so women definitely get catered to, in a way men don't.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    I've had fruit last longer than relationships!
    Looking to have any relationship with a woman in modern society is like looking for the least spoiled piece of fruit in a bowl of very spoiled fruit.

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Quote Originally Posted by DocDJ View Post
    Looking to have any relationship with a woman in modern society is like looking for the least spoiled piece of fruit in a bowl of very spoiled fruit.
    That's being kind and generous.

    We both know it's a bowl of fuzzy mold with pits somewhere under the goo!

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    Re: Hello from Appalachian Mountains

    Welcome WV. You don't know it but you're already ahead of 90% of all men in society. Don't look for unicorns, they don't exist. And if you stumble across one miraculously, remember that they don't stay unicorns for long. Before you know it they become donkeys. Better not to engage in the first place.


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