(you can skip to 1:30 is you’re pressed for time, but you need to watch this)
He’s speaking as a black guy, but damned if I can see any reason that his wisdom doesn’t apply to whites. This guy nails so much in 10 minutes, so clearly, that red-pill has to hit anyone watching this right between the eyes.
To keep the comments on track, here’re the Cliff notes:
Ladies, the reasons that you can’t find a good man:
1) 1:53 – Men have ears. Men hear all the ‘strong, independent woman’ stuff and draw the conclusion that there’s no position to apply for. No stench of desperation either though.
2) 3:07 – The wall. 18 – 28 gravity is your friend. 35 – 40 the man train left the station years ago. You’re going to have to work a lot harder. 50 is not the new sexy despite what all the 50+ y.o. shills in the women’s rag mags are selling you.
3) 4:36 – Apex fallacy. There are men out there with the qualities that you say you want, but you ladies don’t see them because they haven’t got the other qualities you demand (that you just don’t talk about. 666. because then you’d sound as shallow as a man just saying he wants looks uber alles). You’re not all ‘all that’, most are average, some are below average. Social media is inflating your sense of self worth beyond all reason. You’re intoxicated by all the up-votes you get, you forget who is likely liking you. You’re deluded when you translate your online fan club into what you think you’re worth in real life. Your out of control ego and princess attitudes are not attractive to men.
4) 6:46 – The second wall 35+. Your eggs are dying. A lot of men hearing you wanting to start a family ‘soon’ at 40…are going to run away.
5) 7:46 – Looking for Captain Save-a-Ho. Men ask ‘what else are you bringing to the table apart from your pussy, your problems and your complaints?’. Anything? Credit, living with mom, ex’s getting out of gaol soon…
6) 8:43 – Men don’t like approaching women. Harassment accusations mean that increasingly it’s only the assholes that are finding it worth the risk of approaching.
7) 10:12 – ‘Good’ women don’t call out crazy behaviour by other women. What conclusions are men expected to draw? That inviting a woman into their life is inviting crazy into their life. Your ‘cute’ stories cause men to walk away slowly waving you back.
Summary 10:50 ‘If you want to keep a man…’ to paraphrase this, ‘be nice to him’. Men are not looking for women that say ‘you can’t handle me’ because they don’t want to ‘handle’ a crazy woman. Raise your standards. Make better decisions.
This post ties in well with a post on Bloom’s blog titled Is Commitment Phobia Real? Bloom’s post started as a discussion on the worthy subject of ‘why men might not commit to you’. However, as frequently happens, some of the comments took the conversation toward MGTOW and the reasons for MGTOW. On this occasion I can only be held partially to blame for the conversation wandering off track. Everything remained clam and polite, so no harm done. And in fact, it might have spurred further posts in the pipeline, so that’s nice.
The video above and Bloom’s postal thread are both gateways to the red-pill. For women they answer questions that they might well already have. For men that may provide a seed around which all their attitudes can now coalesce. It’s often said by men in the manosphere that they already knew that there was a problem, finding the manosphere only lead to them being able to identify it in concrete terms. To enrich their language by adding terms that eased discussion with other men.
I found this excellent video by seeing it recommended after watching a PatrickHenryist ‘Life After Women’ video recommended by Fuzzie. If you find any other new Youtubers et al please let me know so that I can continue to expand the links page.