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    A couple of observations

    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    That's five observations, not a couple. Sorry for mansplaining.

    Care to cite the examples?

    Personally, I think it's great that more women are working now, they can take up their fair share of supporting the overweening State, which considering how much you all benefit from it, is considerably more than 50%. Perhaps in another 30 years or so women can make up more than 30% of the income tax take or take out more than 25% of the life assurance policies. When these figures hit 50%, we can say that women truly are equal and independent.

    Now that's not the same as saying I'd prefer to date a career-woman, as one's own personal choices can often deviate from what one sees to be admirable behaviour in others. I know that's a subtle point, but sometimes it's worth thinking a little more deeply when you want to understand something. Nuance is important.

    Having said all the above, there is a certain element of competition between the interests of the sexes (mating strategy for example) that can never truly be resolved. In that sense, men and women will always be at odds.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    I wonder which of the examples given fit Jenny?
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.
    Be genuine. It's not funny to you. You'd be laughing, enjoying, and this would come across in what you say.

    Be articulate. Say what it really is to you. Don't use trite wording.

    Be honest. You know what our complaints are. Instead, you pick different pieces and customize a post. So obvious. You are here to poke.

    Be intelligent. We know what you are doing. Or, perhaps, not much more occurs to you beyond primary emotions of love, hate, fear, etc. Holding back any intelligence you may have is your fault, no one else's.

    Why don't you show us your ability to grasp beyond your feelings? Next, post a list of our complaints that have merit.

    Show us what you've got in the brains department. We've seen the other.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Gotta quote Insidious_Sid here:

    "Until they come up with a word for 'hatred of shitty female behavior' - 'misogynist' will have to do."

    If a particular woman is honest, works hard, doesn't cheat, parents correctly, and doesn't treat the men in her life like garbage, what's to hate?

    I just find it amusing that female unhappiness and the expansion of feminism are connected. Why would I waste my energy hating on crazy cat ladies for example? I think they're hilarious
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Project much, Jennifer?

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    Re: A couple of observations

    Yep, it's all a big hate-fest over here {That's called ''sarcasm" sweetie}. Good job making a large group of men into one person! You forgot to call us rapists, though.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.
    Actually I am indifferent toward all of the above. But I have to admit that single mothers are a drain to any economy and that is causing a problem with social funding. Stay at home moms 50 years ago home schooled kids, had working knowledge with plumbing and electrical work at home, and also had valuable skills in sewing/needle point. So, stay at home moms then were actually prestigious members of society then...now I am not so sure anymore.

    Women that do not have children or choose to not have children doesn't bother me. But when these same childless women hate on stay at home mothers then I start to question why are women so misogynistic to one another?

    The big lie is that women support each other. Female support comes only in unified resource extraction for the female peer group. But support never really materializes when it comes to individual female support for excellence. If a single woman is not helping the female peer group she will be quickly outcast and shamed into submission to conform.

    Women are their own worst enemies.

    I just sit back and observe on my little hill and beer in hand.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    Female support comes only in unified resource extraction for the female peer group. But support never really materializes when it comes to individual female support for excellence.
    No wonder they are so keen on socialism and the Big State.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Covenant View Post
    No wonder they are so keen on socialism and the Big State.
    These collective peer pressure groups that women form are even willing to turn their back on a woman like Oprah that has accomplished things on par or exceeding apex men of the world in terms of power and wealth. Women in general are not willing to support the best of their best like Oprah. So, these women have no ground to stand on to ask for men to comply with their worldview.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    I was reminded of Forrest Gump’s girlfriend. Jenny goes around and rides the carousel and returns to Forrest when she is very sick. The message I got from that part of the movie was that only a man with very low IQ would accept such a woman!
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.
    You could have summarized by saying "You hate women".

    I don't hate women at all, I don't hate my mother nor do I hate my two beautiful sisters. So do a lot of other MGTOW here on the forum but I can't speak for them, I speak for myself.

    Most of us are actually indifferent which is a lot worse than hate. Hate means you still care. There's something like an anger phase we call the "Red Pill rage" but most MGTOW get over it quite quickly by understanding the nature of the gynocentric system we live in. The ones that stay in the rage and anger phase are the first ones to turn back to a tradcon lifestyle. Their anger and frustration actually is a clear sign that they still care. That what you perceive as hate is just that some angry MGTOW are slinging back some mud we receive on a daily basis. They are not the ones that you should be worried about. We are shamed and insulted continuously. It will not work, shaming and insults have no effect on us. Now you have read a couple of days on this forum and now you deduct that we hate women. You couldn't be further from the truth in any case you will believe whatever you want to believe

    There are some rightfully angry men. Most MGTOW are grown, mature men who got their life's destroyed in the divorce courts Than there are quite some young men as well in our ranks. These are intelligent young men who are understanding that the current laws and the whole system is stacked against them. And you know what? The majority of MGTOW don't even know they are MGTOW, they don't know that a MGTOW community exists. We are legion. But don't worry we are not here to fight or to change anything. I perceive our society as beyond repair. You can't fix the damage which has been done. If you can't fix what is beyond repair you disengage from trying. This is one view, most MGTOW have in common.

    MGTOW is men adapting to our current society as a whole. We warn young men about the consequences of marriage and even cohabitating, it depends on where you live. Some will listen most will not. We will save one at a time if they want to be saved. We will wait for the the 50% of the unlucky ones to join our ranks, if they have any self respect left they will do it on their own will. To the 50% of the lucky ones I wish them all the best.


    With that being said one more thing

    Pretty funny, really
    My perception is rather different then yours. I find the whole situation actually really sad. How bad have things to become for a phenomena like MGTOW to occur?

    We know that you will not reply anymore prove me wrong on that and I will be surprised. Whatever your arguments will be, prepare yourself for some heavy flak, we gonna tear them to shreds because we perceive you as equal and you will be treated as such.
    All the best
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.
    I wish you'd all get jobs. Not only would some guys sleep better, maybe you'd figure out its not as easy as it looks. Oh, and don't bug out when it get tough either.

    As for motherhood and children, that's your business. Until you expect me to fund it all for nothing in return, which has been going on for quite some time now with no end in sight. I'm going to BC this summer, but am a bit short on beer money. Can any of you single moms help out?

    I try not to hate woman, cause it hurts me and it don't help. But I see no reason I'd be wrong if I did. And you wouldn't think it was so funny if you worked the fields instead of the house. Pretty lame is what you are.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.
    Why do you care what we hate? We are going our own way.

    Well, not completely. We can't completely sever our ties to you.

    Big Nanny Government still has its hand in our wallets, making us work 2-3 days of week to send tax money to women who don't want to work via welfare, middle class women who want to work (until they can land a beta male provider) via affirmative action, and all women via divorce court.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.

    LOL. Really? We do all of that? Based on what? You're say so? I don't think so.

    You might, however, detect some strong feelings directed at women who do various things that are hostile to men.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    You have been reading this forum for two days and these are the most insightful comments you could come up with? After 48 hours you could not think of anything more clever or penetrating? It’s not even worth replying to these so-called “observations”. What really upsets me is not what you wrote, but how badly it was written. Why are all the comments published by guests in Opposing Views so vapid and devoid of originality? I truly believe that if a member tried to impersonate a woman here, he could write something more compelling than this garbage.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    They are usually pretty bad Mystic - but they give us a counter which we can use to expound our own views - I enjoy it.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny View Post
    I'be been reading through these forums over the past couple of days and a few things occur to me.

    You hate stay at home mothers.
    You hate career women.
    You hate women who combine motherhood and work.
    You hate women who have children.
    You hate women who don't have children.

    Pretty funny, really.

    Not really.

    You hate it when your emotions don't add up to earnings.
    You hate it when men no longer intercede for you in your career failings.
    You hate it when your own boy children cannot trust your word alone any longer.
    You hate it when you cannot dominate a man merely using your beauty and art.
    You hate it most of all when we no longer hearken to your empty words, mysterious
    symbolism and ineloquent use of any language other than emotion.

    Sad, despicable, cowardly and incomplete. Every MGTOW sees through this clown show.
    We MGTOW await your true self, not the fakery and fraud you women tend to
    pretend is real.

    We are awake and we are quietly awakening others.

    You don't like that either.

    You don't like the fact that we can quell both our love and hatred for you.
    We do not have to feel the way you do about us.
    Therefore what you bid for is out of your reach.
    Poor cupcake. The two inches of padding around your tits don't fool us anymore.

    Women truly fear the power of MGTOW.
    Not enough for a first date with one where she has to ask and pay.

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    Re: A couple of observations

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Covenant View Post
    They are usually pretty bad Mystic - but they give us a counter which we can use to expound our own views - I enjoy it.
    I'm glad we have opposing views, even though we put a lot more work into it than they do.
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    Re: A couple of observations

    Jenny, you can continue to call me a misogynist until they come up with a word for "despising shitty female behavior".

    Now go make me a sammich.
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