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    Re: that touch high

    Here is something I came across just a minute ago:

    "Cuddling [...] releases hormones like oxytocin and dopamine, which can give a "cuddle high". Oxytocin is also involved in emotional bonding and...
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    Re: Has there ever been a good woman?

    Thanks for adding additional good women to the pile. I thought I was the only one.

    I should add, I think it also has to do with age as well. Most of the people I'm thinking of are in their 40s...
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    Re: that touch high

    Thanks for posting about that, TigPlaze.

    I'd heard of professional cuddlers before, but I never explored it. Your post prompted me to do that. Turns out, there are a few professional cuddle...
  4. Re: Giant Study Finds Viagra Is Linked to Almost 70% Lower Risk of Alzheimer's

    Well, that's good news for the drug company that produces Viagra and probably funded the study.
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    Re: DangZagnut

    Social skills? Now you're being unreasonable! lol

    I won't comment on DangZagnut specifically. I don't know him well enough, and I'm kind of a newbie here.

    I want to say this, though. This...
  6. Thread: Intro

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    Re: Intro

    Welcome. Giving her a human stomach -- with a circulatory/respiratory system -- sounds a little much. Why bother with all that? Then you'll have to feed her and clean up her poop.

    Sounds like...
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    Re: Has there ever been a good woman?

    I addressed the "good woman" part, but I neglected this bit, so I want to circle back and add that, yes, I've known men who were happy with their wives. I can think of about half a dozen. Most of...
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    Re: Has there ever been a good woman?

    Well yes, of course. This whole "women bad, men good" narrative needs to go. It's very reductionistic and simplistic. It is black and white, all or nothing thinking. I think it betrays a very...
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    Re: Things that destroyed my romanticism

    Oh, I'm not taking blame for her behavior. I'm taking responsibility for my own. We are always complicit in our own destruction. Blaming the other person for everything is a childish position. I...
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    Re: Things that destroyed my romanticism

    Interesting topic. What destroyed my romanticism? A few things come to mind:

    1. My marriage. I was in love, and I knew I was taking on a "challenge" (single mother with a hellion kid), but...
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    Re: Need advice on losing weight

    I'd strongly encourage you to research low-carb and/or ketogenic diets. They are highly effective at weight loss. More importantly, they reduce the metabolic dysfunction that seems to be at the...
  12. Re: First, The Self (building a strong sense of self as a bachelor)

    Yeah, extroverts often assume introverts are quiet because they are afraid to speak up. Truth is, we're quiet because, unlike extroverts, we wait to speak until we have something worth saying. We...
  13. First, The Self (building a strong sense of self as a bachelor)

    If you're interested in the subject of self-esteem or personal identity for bachelors/monks/single men, you might find this helpful. I'm writing a series of articles on self-esteem for the solo man....
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    Well, if that's how you want to view yourself and your position with respect to women, that's certainly your choice. Just understand, when you tell yourself that women have "all" the power in...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    It's actually quite easy, and it's very easy once you realize that there are many exceptions to this "law" even in the non-human animal kingdom. And humans are clearly an exception. Evolutionary...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    You think Paul Elam is unaware of how women manipulate? Or that I am? Please.



    Really? That's "100% of what women do, in all aspects of life"? That's an extremely reductionistic and...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    Yup. That's right. I think it's strange that on the one hand, we hear Briffault's Law constantly bandied about, and yet on the other, we also constantly remind ourselves (correctly) that men are...
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    Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    Good piece from Paul Elam, critiquing Briffault's Law.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMJYYlbHld0


    I always hesitated when I saw Briffault's Law cited. Women "determine ALL the conditions...
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    Re: Should I ghost my online friends?

    There's the old saying, too, that the first rule of MGTOW is that you don't talk about MGTOW. Don't identify yourself as MGTOW, because the label has been tarnished by the SJW left and is now...
  20. Re: Is Kevin Samuels the most dangerous man in the manosphere?

    To be fair, KS's idea of an HVM is deeper than just "make lots of money." It also includes status, appearance, and demeanor (so-called 'alpha' or leadership qualities). Although he gives it less...
  21. Re: Is Kevin Samuels the most dangerous man in the manosphere?

    I don't have an educated opinion on Kevin Samuels (haven't watched enough content), but that's never stopped me before, so here's my two cents.

    It's fun to watch him take down women with...
  22. Re: You don't have to compete with other men

    Yup, absolutely. And just to add to that, it even applies to the alpha #1 guys. They don't get there just by being big, tough, and violent (although that happens, sometimes). They get there by...
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    Re: What was dating like pre-Social Media?

    I agree with the other guys -- don't romanticize the "good old days." They weren't that good. The same dynamics existed. Yes, women's hypergamy has been amplified by dating apps, but that...
  24. Re: You don't have to compete with other men

    Yeah, men are wired to compete with other men, because the resources and status we accumulate by doing so are attractive to women. Very Darwinian.

    I don't agree with the materialist position a...
  25. Re: Why Self-Esteem is Essential for Bachelors (MGTOW)

    Thank you. I'm trying to speak to men who are like me, both younger and my age, and give them a hand up. It was something I wish I'd had, when I was younger and struggling.

    I'm glad it's...
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