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    Re: Dealing with trolls.

    I wasn't upset, I just didn't find it funny. The joke failed.
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    Re: Dealing with trolls.

    Actually it wasn't all that funny...it's thesame ol' mama's joke, nothing original about it. It was basically in the line of "that's (not) what your (insert whatever female relatives) said last...
  3. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    But it is a moral issue, even your stance is a moral one, just misplaced. Yours is extreme justice but extreme justice is extreme injustice (summum jus, summa injuria).
  4. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    This is where I begin to question if you're just defiant or confused. In two sentences you destroyed your whole argument and put your position as mgtow in question. Get married? Sign a marriage...
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    Re: Why can't I be mad at women?

    It's ok to get mad at them, it's ok to rage at the lies you've been told by society, for some MGTOWs it's even paramount to experience rage at an early stage. What you can't do (or should I say what...
  6. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    How about the men that want the baby; men who want to pass on their genetic materials? And I fail to see the correlation between female reproductive rights and men's lives being saved by the...
  7. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    A full term fetus isn't a baby? How so when they have fully functioning components of the human body. It doesn't even have to be full term when you consider that a lot of premies today, due to our...
  8. Thread: that touch high

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    Re: that touch high

    Also how long they've been married probably factors into it. Past five years husband and wife are basically roommates at that point, touching means little to nothing and it becomes a mere palpation...
  9. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    Who cares what some outdated literary book says, what do YOU think and by what reason did you arrive at your thought? (hopefully we can be civil here without resorting to generalized name-calling)
  10. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    Abortion is repulsive on so many levels, and the fact that women are granted the liberty to commit murder in droves shows the power women have in society,...hell, the power women have over men. ...
  11. Re: Feminists bit their allies heads off -- now abortion might be outlawed

    This makes no sense, sorry. Never mind that a lot of those babies aborted are males.
  12. Re: Ever think about packing up and starting over somewhere else?

    Thanks, frog. You too, Jackoff.
  13. Re: Men need to “shut up and listen” to women . . . Benedict Cumberbatch has said.

    I'm going to ask this as honestly as possible, are you a woman?
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    Re: What is your solution ?

    And herein lies the problem. This is where I feel most mgtows are only hanging around, looking for a group to lean on until things get better, until women can need them again. The farce of it all...
  15. Re: Father gets shot by stepfather and women don't care

    This is the pathology of the modern female and because of her two men lost their lives. No woman is worth dying or killing for. No woman is worth fighting for. No woman is worth your freedom or...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    Parental investment doesn't matter, all you have to do is look around society where single-motherhood sits very highly on the rungs of the-fucked-up-society-we-in, and where women still initiate 80%...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    Nature predates culture. Human history is comprised of cultural norms, rules, and regulations enacted to mitigate destructive human nature. For example just because men are naturally predisposed to...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    You seriously asked that question? Really? He was the president of the United States, still rich, still had power and prestige, and at an age where she couldn't do any better if she left. Women's...
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    Re: Paul Elam critiques Briffault's Law

    It's very difficult, perhaps impossible, to deny Briffault's law if exceptions aren't made the rule and if biological reality of women is taken into consideration. If you focus on anecdotes of...
  20. Re: Ever think about packing up and starting over somewhere else?

    I think about it all the time. What i'm most tired of is the drudgery of work. I'm so tired of working and i'm only 35. The thought of working another 20 yrs fills me with dread unimaginable.
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    Re: Wife buys clothes for husband

    No, you didn't read too much into it. Your assessment is spot on. Despite women's domineering nature they hate being put in a position to make decisions. So, as you said, that's a little bit of...
  22. Re: Is Kevin Samuels the most dangerous man in the manosphere?

    If you frequent that part of youtube I'm sure you've come across his video clip, even though you may not have recognized who he was. His 'average at best' video went insanely viral.
  23. Re: Is Kevin Samuels the most dangerous man in the manosphere?

    The funny thing is women are definitely not going back to the proverbial kitchen. All the evidence shows that their nature is adverse to that role since they only adhere to it in times of need and...
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    Re: Women's low standards

    Hybristophilia is very real. Women who don't have access to ultra-violent men would go for the thing closest to it, the pseudo-bad-boys.
  25. Re: Is Kevin Samuels the most dangerous man in the manosphere?

    This actually put things in perspective for me (thank you for that). It explains why I never bothered to comment on his content and always skipped to the call-in sections of the videos for...
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