Recently the Glorious Patriarch commented,
You leave men alone for long enough to be comfortable, show them on TV how women think life should be (soap opera style DRAMA) and see how many men want to build their life around a princess.
This is where you running your own business showed that you were different.
Show that you aren’t an AWALT ladies. Have a bedrock of competence, especially in traditionally female areas. Don’t associate with screaming harpies, because nothing sends a sensible man running for the hills faster than a witches convention of shrieking drama queens.
Followed up by MGTOW Horseman,
The big issue feminists don’t get is the Trust Issue??
You change course, you get attractive, you get skills, whatever.
How does a Mgtow, now free
Trust that its not all an Act?
Have you really changed or is it a tactical ploy.
A woman would have to be like RPG, years of actual observable hard work for no reason but herself and her accomplishments before I would ever trust that she is on our side.
Some individuals but a significant part of the herd never.
Lets say they do change and mean it.
They still have to overcome the mgtow lifestyle.
RPG: The biggest one being men realizing “wow, I don’t have to live to serve women? I can do my own thing? Awesome.
Think about it. Sex is what an hour every two days maybe? And half an hour after are you really that motivated by it to work for it again?
Where as fishing. You land a nice one. What do you do? Cast again.
That perfect click sound as the club strikes the golfball? Yes! Again!
I’m out, Dude pass me another clip!!
Sex and women are great. But up against “I can do my own thing?”
Honeys, you ain’t anywhere near That Good!!
Women can do lots of activities to increase their Marriage Market Value (MMV); act more feminine, dress nicely, not be a bitch, cook food, etc. However, there is one hurdle that is difficult to handle; that of creating trust in her potential partner. There are two main issues here: the typical mercurial nature of women (actually encouraged these days) and the legal system that is stacked against a husband. To a thinking man, it is just about impossible for a woman to overcome these hurdles.
So what is a woman to do? She could set her sights on a non-thinking man, typically young and naive, thinking with his small head. But what if she sets her sights on a thinking man, often someone older and maybe wiser, what is she to do? Is there a solution? Do the stars have to perfectly align? Let us hear of possible solutions.