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    Understand the ban

    I was recently banned for stating I was a married cuck. I'm married but I was joking about the cuck part. Having read the principles I completely understand my banning. I apologize for the ignorance. I do want to say that I've been lurking here for a few months and what I'm reading is astounding. This is one of the most important sites/works out there that I have ever read. The people working here to make this site happen are heroes. I have 3 sons and one turned 18 and I absolutely intend on spreading this wisdom to him. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natureboy2 View Post
    I was recently banned for stating I was a married cuck. I'm married but I was joking about the cuck part. Having read the principles I completely understand my banning. I apologize for the ignorance. I do want to say that I've been lurking here for a few months and what I'm reading is astounding. This is one of the most important sites/works out there that I have ever read. The people working here to make this site happen are heroes. I have 3 sons and one turned 18 and I absolutely intend on spreading this wisdom to him. Thank you.
    Thank you for your understanding.

    You might want to also visit youtube and watch the videos by Strong Successful Male. He is helping a lot of men of all ages. He reads letters sent by men who have experienced huge mistakes with women and want to share what they've learned, and he adds his own comments. This, too, can help you educate your sons.

    As a nonmember, you can always post in this same sub-forum to communicate with us.

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    Will young boys naturally take to MGTOW thinking? They might, but it sounds like a stretch to me. At their age I probably would have believed Walt Disney and thought you were full of it. Don't turn them off by hitting it too hard. Tell them you wish you'd known this stuff earlier and leave it at that.

    I have no kids, but I do know they often like to do the opposite of what their told.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Will young boys naturally take to MGTOW thinking?
    I think he's only meaning his 18-year-old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Will young boys naturally take to MGTOW thinking? They might, but it sounds like a stretch to me. At their age I probably would have believed Walt Disney and thought you were full of it. Don't turn them off by hitting it too hard. Tell them you wish you'd known this stuff earlier and leave it at that.

    I have no kids, but I do know they often like to do the opposite of what their told.
    I was MGTOW in a lot of ways as a kid and teen. I saw the games females played and due to my home life and being bullied at school I was very isolated. I was always going my own way, not just in terms of women but in general.

    I think in terms of trying to pass that onto kids/younger men all you can do is show them another path. I think these days that would be rather easy because they would have seen their fathers or friends fathers go through divorces and what is common now is women claiming domestic abuse to get their own way.

    Throw in the modern woman being low quality and hostile and I think most young men would already be on their path to MGTOW whether they know it's a thing or not.

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    Let's have a married dude moment of silence. The dude "is" married, and by the looks of it, isn't headed for a happily ever after. We're living the life married dudes wish they could live too, wishing they could go back in time and nip-it-in-the-bud the way many of us did by avoiding that timeline altogether! A man's happiness was never supposed be predicated on a woman's choice to immiserate as a form of psychological manipulation and control.

    Life is great outside the confines of responsibility and accountability for someone else's devious actions and intentions.

    The institution of marriage has been poisoned by female empowerment without responsibility or accountability, making it a one-way street!

    Corruption, like low tide, lowers all boats and smashes their hulls on the rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Will young boys naturally take to MGTOW thinking? They might, but it sounds like a stretch to me. At their age I probably would have believed Walt Disney and thought you were full of it. Don't turn them off by hitting it too hard. Tell them you wish you'd known this stuff earlier and leave it at that.

    I have no kids, but I do know they often like to do the opposite of what their told.
    I completely agree Mr. Frog with not hitting them too hard. It's funny. I was dropping my kid off today for his prom and I was throwing in some subtle hints about how most women behave in the long run and I can tell he was absorbing it. Dropping seeds is my strategy

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    Re: Understand the ban

    Quote Originally Posted by Kryptic View Post
    I was MGTOW in a lot of ways as a kid and teen. I saw the games females played and due to my home life and being bullied at school I was very isolated. I was always going my own way, not just in terms of women but in general.

    I think in terms of trying to pass that onto kids/younger men all you can do is show them another path. I think these days that would be rather easy because they would have seen their fathers or friends fathers go through divorces and what is common now is women claiming domestic abuse to get their own way.

    Throw in the modern woman being low quality and hostile and I think most young men would already be on their path to MGTOW whether they know it's a thing or not.
    I'm 46. When I was between 16 and 23 years old I witnessed my 2 older brothers get an arranged marriage. The first one turned into a landwhale and an eventual divorce. My other brothers life is pure servitude to his princess. He gets his joy out of massage parlors . I saw that and I was like I ain't doing that shit so I never dated and I never had any steady girlfriends. Just fwb. And Cuba trips. Served me great. Then I met my unicorn. After 20 years I'm realizing that it's just a costume and underneath its a female dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Let's have a married dude moment of silence. The dude "is" married, and by the looks of it, isn't headed for a happily ever after. We're living the life married dudes wish they could live too, wishing they could go back in time and nip-it-in-the-bud the way many of us did by avoiding that timeline altogether! A man's happiness was never supposed be predicated on a woman's choice to immiserate as a form of psychological manipulation and control.

    Life is great outside the confines of responsibility and accountability for someone else's devious actions and intentions.

    The institution of marriage has been poisoned by female empowerment without responsibility or accountability, making it a one-way street!

    I really appreciate the moment of silence. I'm very torn about going back in time though because without the marriage I wouldn't have my children who I adore immensely. And I don't want to paint a terrible picture of who my wife is. I'm just realizing that they are all like that and are predisposed to behave in a manner that is their nature. She has done/said things that are beyond explanation that would enrage most men. I only understood that when I found this wonderful forum. Believe me it has helped me come to terms with where my life stands right now and what I need to do going forward. And for that I am extremely grateful.

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    That One-Way sign means trouble up ahead! Take a right turn and avoid the cliff!

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