Balancing Act

balancing-life

Donal Graeme had some very relevant ‘musings’ about last week’s post that summed things up and provides me with a great prelude into this week’s post. I hadn’t intended these last couple of posts (and now this one) to become another series (again). I suppose they are now, but I don’t think I’ve quite hit this from all angles just yet. In the interests of full disclosure I should point out that these last three posts were inspired by the first section of the Preventive Medicine book I’m presently working on so it helps organize my thoughts.

From Donal Graeme’s Removing the Mask:

Many, if not most, men would not be content to marry a woman whom they realize is choosing to marry them solely as a meal ticket, and effectively a sperm donor as well. It should surprise no one that men don’t like to be used in that way, and will balk at it if they realize that is what is happening. Hence the importance of hiding what is going on from them.

On the other hand, this repulsion at being used is mitigated/countered by a sense of desperation in many men in the West. Owing to the nature of the SMP, they have limited options when it comes to female companionship. Naturally, this makes them desperate, and they are willing to take on women they wouldn’t otherwise if it gets them at least some measure of opportunity with them.

What seems to be happening is that many women are now certain that male desperation in the future will be greater than any sense of male self-respect, and so they can do whatever they want and not have to hide it. Part of me wonders if women see the ability to be open about their intentions/strategy as a status symbol- a woman who can act that way is a woman of value, and therefore a woman to be envied. The problem with this strategy, though, is that it relies on male desperation not having any limits. I suspect this to be a grave mistake. This is because the average quality of women in the West has been dropping fast, perhaps even faster than male desperation has been rising. If that is the case, we will soon reach a point where most men will simply not accept the (Western) women who are available, no matter how desperate they might have become.

All of this plays into part of this subject- the looming fight between women. Women at the margins of “value” will start to feel the pinch first. The “where have all the good men gone?” articles out there seem to indicate that this has already begun. It will only increase in tempo over time as more and more women drop below the acceptable rate for most men. Combine this with many men being burned or realizing what a danger most Western women are, and you get a huge disparity in outcome between the female “haves” and “have-nots”.

This may seem optimistic coming from me, but I think it will be ‘educated’ men who are the 3rd rail in this equation.

Men at the top end of the SMV curve will always be the commodity over which women will feel entitled to. Feminine hypergamy does not seek its own level, it looks for a better-than-market optimization. Thus the ideal ‘balance’ is one where there is a greater than 1-2 SMV degree difference between that of a man and the women he spins as plates or considers to become intimate with in the long term.

The Cardinal Rule of Sexual Strategies
For one sex’s sexual strategy to become realized, the other sex’s strategy must be compromised or abandoned entirely.

One of the greatest misdirections of gender understanding over the past 60 years has been the idea that both men and women should share the same sexual strategy. A naive equalitarian ideology dictates the need for both genders to have equally similar, cooperative gender life goals, and equally similar methods to realize them. But as with most feminine-primary social engineering, Mother Nature and men and women’s biological imperatives are always at odds with this.

Generally this assimilation of a commonized sexual strategy is ingrained early on in men’s feminization conditioning. I use the term ‘assimilation’ because men are taught and conditioned to presume that the feminine sexual strategy (however most women subjectively choose to define it) is universally the correct strategy – and any deviation from what ultimately serves feminine hypergamy is met with ridicule at best, accusations of misogyny and ostracization at worst.

The goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality.

Roissy dropped this maxim years ago, but in its simplicity it defines the Cardinal Rule of Sexual Strategies as they apply to a post-sexual revolution, feminine-primary society. Remove all constraints on hypergamy, maximally forcing men to compromise or abandon the male sexual strategy.

As I outlined in the last post, feminine hypergamy essentially revolves around optimizing (and maximally protracting) women’s unilateral sexual selection from Good Genes men and Good Dad’s men. Alpha Fucks / Beta Bucks.

From a biological perspective men’s sexual imperative is one of unlimited access to unlimited sexual availability. This isn’t to discount the very strong impulse in men to seek assurances of paternity in the children they ultimately sire, however, prior to his parental investment, the male impetus is to seek unlimited access to unlimited sexuality.

When we consider a male sexual imperative in the biological respect, and the strategies men use to effect it, it becomes easier to understand the social conventions and engineering the Feminine Imperative uses to control and maximally restrict men as sexual selectors.

Widespread ubiquitous pornography and then the social pathologizing of the male sexual response (while empowering and encouraging the female sexual response) are two very easy observations of this control. However, when we consider paternity laws, legal bans on genetic paternity testing, outlawing testosterone while making female hormones readily available and many other legal and social trends that restrict the male control not just of women’s hypergamous priority, but any degree of a man’s shadow of his own sexual strategy’s control, Roissy’s maxim becomes all the more clear.

Is Game Adversarial?

Almost three years ago I considered this question in a post. My critic at the time posed this to me:

“My biggest problem with the Ro writers is that Game is by definition adversarial. It’s us against them, don’t let the bitch win. That is most definitely Rollo’s approach, yet he commands respect from men here. I can only assume that good men read a lot of Roissy, Roosh or Rollo, incorporate some small fraction of it, and use it to improve their relationships, rather than for nefarious means.”

It took time for me to come into an understanding of the real nature of this distortion concern until May’s tragic events and the deliberate misdirections that followed it in the media and the blogosphere proper.

Game is adversarial because it has to be. I’ve gone on record stating that Game is the logical response to the changes feminism has wrought in society and gender relations over the course of the last 60 or so years, but it’s really more than that.

Game is a threat to feminine-primacy because it returns a degree of control of sexual strategy prioritization back into the hands of men. Game challenges that maximal restriction of male sexuality and leverages (however marginally) some of women’s hypergamous choice to his own purpose.

The Feminine Imperative hates Game because it’s an effective tool against its control – so anyone steeped in the conditioning of the imperative will naturally perceive that challenge as being adversarial. You’ll notice this (female) critic’s first concern was to presume men would use Game and a red pill awareness for ‘nefarious’ ends. This is a prime illustration of that terror of losing hypergamous control.

Tricks and Traps

As I mentioned at the beginning, hypergamy does not seek it’s own level. An ever pragmatic evolution drives hypergamy to seek a better-than-equal pairing. This is the evolutionary jackpot: to combine and send one’s genes into future generations with a (at least perceptually) better than equitable genetic match – and ensure one’s progeny with a better than SMV equitable provisioning.

For all of the handwringing about assortive mating recently, evolution’s capacity to adapt stagnates and stunts under conditions of homogeny. It may occur under less than ideal circumstance from a moral perspective, but assortive mating is regularly thwarted by the (usually hypergamous) drive to mate with a better than equitable sexual market value than the lesser partner.

The problem with the assortive mating equation is that hypergamy has two sides and two (often conflicting) aspects to optimizing it – Good Genes / Good Dad (Alpha Fucks / Beta Bucks). Assortive mating is not the same order as assortive pairing.

Nature has selected-for women with an instinctual capacity to satisfy and optimize the visceral needs of short-term breeding and optimizing on the genetic aspects of hypergamy. However the better-than-SMV assortive pairing aspect  relies on men adhering to and behaving within defined roles in order to optimize it.

The Feminine Imperative needs honest provider males to behave predictably in order for women to select a better than equitable provider.

The Feminine Imperative demands assurances of both better than equitable breeding and better than equitable provisioning – and it’s got a very brief window of sexual peak SMV competitiveness in which to assure them.

The imperative needs men to fulfill these roles according to calculated and defined sexual stations of each man. So any duplicity or challenge on the part of men to this defined order is a threat to the assurances that women need to optimize hypergamy. Hypergamy’s optimal window of peak SMV for women can’t afford to be tricked into presuming men are anything less or more than their feminine sexual strategies define those men’s roles as.

Hypergamy can’t afford tricks, the ‘tricks’ that Game’s breaking of their sexual strategy’s code represents to women expecting to have their sexual strategy remain unilaterally dominant. As women’s comfort level has increased with the confidence that their strategy will contain that of men’s, they are that much more offended when their strategy is figured out and read back to them by red pill aware men.

It’s an uncomfortable reminder that they’ve traded their believed capacity to intuitively filter for themselves the men who best fill their hypergamous roles; traded that is for the comfort of having men socially controlled to expect to fulfill those roles as a default.

This outrage isn’t just limited to women’s hypergamous ‘exploratory’ years in her SMV peak. Whenever you read an article or hear some 33 year old woman lament the lack of marriageable men of ‘equal’ pairing to themselves (intellectually, professionally or otherwise) know that every cry of ‘Man Up’ is really a frustrated cry over men not playing by the conditioning the Feminine Imperative assured them men would play by, before or once they got to the point of losing the capacity to attract those men.

That’s the trap.

 

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M Simon
8 years ago

Steve H
June 26th, 2014 at 5:25 pm

Yes. Think of engineers without honor – Chinese crap. Now some Chinese stuff is good. But the boys without honor have given the rest a bad rep.

American engineers still have some honor. But it is eroding. See: switch, ignition, GM

M Simon
8 years ago

But I also think losing that security and that mother’s love at 11 set me up to be a sucker for “love”. There was a hole in my heart that I could not wait for “the one” to fill.

All men are suckers for “love”. The red pill shifts body chemistry.

M Simon
8 years ago

Truly, going forward, I don’t know who I am anymore sometimes – can anyone relate to that?

You will find out who you are in time. Keep going.

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@M Simon – Thanks. I have glimpses and keep making progress so I’ll keep up the work.

Acksiom
Acksiom
8 years ago

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3CWLCoQu7c

“Model T” sexbot, $2,800.00

Checkmate.

melmoth
melmoth
8 years ago

@Steve H, “Because almost any non-fat woman is still going to be able to get laid at will as she gets into her late 30s and even her early-mid 40s.” Yes. All the theorizing is brilliant and impressive and I like reading it. The logic of many people here is very impressive but the 800 pound gorilla remains in the room. More like the 220 pound gorilla; the American female. Any 38 year old with her hair 3/4 of the way down her back who is simply physically active and stays within 20 pounds of her high school weight will… Read more »

Jimmy Savile
Jimmy Savile
8 years ago

I’ve just worked oyt how it must feel to a woman to see an omega male: it’s the same repulsion I feel when I heat another whiney nauseating Coldplay song.

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@melmouth re: “I will always be stunned with the ease of life for an American woman.”

Yes, the *American* Female Entitlement Mentality. A nearby grocery store with frozen dinners bought with stamps and a free bus pass from her subsidized apartment, and for a fact she considers that too much trouble and agitates for someone else to go get the groceries for her. 359 cable tv channels and 764 people to follow on instagram are draining on her.

Similar example whether urban poor or suburban umc.

cynical optimist
cynical optimist
8 years ago

@ Glenn I have been in therapy for the last two years so I can empathise with you on the dysfunctional dynamic. The problem with growing up with dysfunctional parent is you have no road map or intuition for what is normal. Erratic behaviours within the confines of the family unit become the default and the only reference point of that occurs on a family. Naturally all families are like these ??? right? NO . Reverse the dynamic from mother or father the result is the same only reversed. When a child feels sad the natural reaction is to turn… Read more »

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ cynical optimist – For the record, I’ve done 15 years of therapy and have also pursued numerous other paths towards healing and empowerment. A tip for you, there is a biological/neurological component to all this. As for your advice, I’m afraid you didn’t collect enough data first. I haven’t been with an abusive women in 21 years and in fact my marriage ended then because I upped the “bar” for acceptable behavior from my wife so she jumped to another guy. I have had a new roadmap for quite some time – long before the Red Pill. Also, I’m… Read more »

Robert What?
Robert What?
8 years ago

@jf12 – “SMP problematic over 40 even for a rich and famous woman…”

My guess is it even more problematic for a rich and famous woman over 40. They have the added worry of wondering whether the guy is after them just for the money and fame, which in most cases they probably are.

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@Acksiom – You are joking, right? I mean, you seriously think that a sex toy is substitute for a sexual partner? You can’t believe that, can you?

M Simon
8 years ago

Glenn
June 27th, 2014 at 9:19 am

I actually had PTSD

A much neglected topic. The difficulty is that if you haven’t experienced it you have no idea and most of the people who have had it are not competent to deal with it. And yet, as you point out – no one else fits as well. Because, “if you haven’t experienced it you have no idea”.

Steve H
Steve H
8 years ago

OT – Rollo – have a look at this piece on the subject of sexual fluidity. Particularly Camille Paglia’s comments. It’s hard to brand her as a ‘panderer’ given her decades of her sharp, consistently anti-Establishment insight and praise of men’s achievements.

http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2014/06/she_was_a_lesbian_chirlane_mccray_tells_the_voice_how_her_past_affects_her_role_in_city_hall.php

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ M Simon – Glad somebody actually gets it. As a public service, I’m going to give a bit of my PTSD story and I think it makes clear what PTSD is and isn’t. Fyi, PTSD is being way overdiagnosed today and feminists have abused the term, claiming ‘trauma’ from ‘micro-aggressions’ (the angry child in me wants to give them real trauma…) When I was 7-8 I began having a recurring nightmare that went on until I was 19. I also began having sleep disturbances in general and developed spastic colon as well as a stammer that I didn’t have… Read more »

Jeremy
Jeremy
8 years ago

Re: PTSD… All human experiences are not understood by those who have not experienced them. Sadly most humans, hateful of their own ignorance, substitute whatever they can drudge up from memory to attempt to relate to the non-shared experiences of others. They project, just like we in the manosphere so often see women do, they project their own experiences from the female-side of things onto what they think should be the male experience. Then when they decide to relate what they think they know to another human, they translate their make-believe into horrendously fallible and biased human languages. Is it… Read more »

Steve H
Steve H
8 years ago

@Rollo – I know, read it a few times before now, and it’s excellent. I just thought Paglia puts a dramatically different context around the entire concept. Her propagation of ‘sexual fluidity’ seems to come from an entirely different place than does the typical HuffPost post-wall bitter anti-masculinist crowd.

Bachelorocles
Bachelorocles
8 years ago

Great article!!

The “game” has been so rigged in favor of the feminine imperative that men do not get credit for the tremendous sacrifice men make when entering into a provisioning arrangement such as a monogamous marriage. Our society instead views it as an arrangement in which men and women sacrifice and benefit equally or, worse, that women are the ones sacrificing and that men owe women.

SirNemesis
8 years ago

So any duplicity or challenge on the part of men to this defined order is a threat to the assurances that women need to optimize hypergamy.

Yup. RSD Tyler documents this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGEO6ig8WsM

“Stay in your provider box, you creepy beta.”

SirNemesis
8 years ago

@ Glenn

I went to the article on the paternity testing and found one man commenting that “women should be able to choose the father of their child”

That’s what I thought but the interpretation didn’t make sense in context. What he was actually saying was that women are able to choose the father of the child – by deciding who they sleep with and using contraception.

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ Jeremy – Well said, and very true. But still, I’ve come to believe that most of us, in our own way, are attempting to be “less wrong”. There is a great site on cognitive science that i dip into sometimes, http://www.lesswrong.com . Great name, right? And what it’s getting at is that any single human is bound to be deluded by biases, which are by no means only ideological. Recency, locality – all these and many other aspects of our reasoning and consciousness and senses conspire to make a hash of reason. However, there is a saving grace. Human’s… Read more »

Jeremy
Jeremy
8 years ago

@Glenn However, there is a saving grace. Human’s collectively working in groups on the same subject matter, are self correcting and self learning. Essentially, the contentious process of real argument forwards and perfects the “less wrongness” of what we think. This is the scientific process of course, which is really only applied reason anyway. Not quite… Humans in groups are self-correcting towards whatever direction their collective knowledge is capable of, and it follows a collection of loosely-constrained ‘random’ walks, with occasional major divergence when perturbed. But that overall path that the group takes is not necessarily self-correcting towards reality. It… Read more »

M Simon
8 years ago

Rollo Tomassi
June 27th, 2014 at 2:23 pm

If women can ‘go gay’ on demand it discredits the ‘born that way’ straightjacket mentality.

The evidence I have seen so far is that hormones in the womb predisposes. Not exactly “born that way”. But not exactly not born that way.

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ Jeremy – What part of our ability to reason being flawed did I not make clear? Of course we make errors and biases creep in – group think is a kind of bias, yes? But empiricism forces us to check the crazy shit we come up with against observable phenomena. As well, reason isn’t arbitrary, rather it’s actually a set of axioms that we agree upon in terms of ways to argue and prove something conclusively. Your comments about group consciousness/bias don’t override it, they exist alongside reason, and when applied This is the source of all human progress,… Read more »

M Simon
8 years ago

Glenn June 27th, 2014 at 12:14 pm My studies show PTSD is a two factor problem. Genetic predisposition and trauma. ============= Jeremy June 27th, 2014 at 1:10 pm I can see you have never had the experience. It is so qualitatively different from other “normal” human experiences that it is completely different. Which is why those with it only tend to be long term attracted to others who have had similar difficulties. And the men tend to run in packs if they run at all. Think outlaw MC gangs. They run on PTSD. In my experience. I am well past… Read more »

Cris
8 years ago

@jf12 – link to this story should be sent to most girls I know. Probably this will be a good wak up call for them.

equilibro
equilibro
8 years ago

@ Jeremy 25 June: a) occurrence of female orgasm is related to bilateral symmetry of male, and b) female orgasm actively aids conception

Here is the science – http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/199601/the-orgasm-wars

Kate
Kate
8 years ago

@Glenn: I fully support you in seeking happiness. Happiness: you can’t buy it, and you can’t steal it; you have to create it yourself.

kfg
kfg
8 years ago

@Glenn – “I’m here to talk to men. I hear from women everywhere in society – do you really not understand that yet? ” If she could simply understand that you are not here to be scolded by women it would be a step up. ” . . . you persist. Why? Does my request that you just leave me the fuck alone not register? ” Because she is, by her nature, the very sort of middle aged, scolding mother hen with a scorpion’s stinger, a basilisk, that the North Koreans employ to keep people in line. I have not… Read more »

Don Clicko
Don Clicko
8 years ago

You guys are going to like this: http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicaprobus/this-serial-monogamist-is-documenting-her-adventure-to-go-on “After a recent breakup, Moreno, a self-proclaimed ‘serial monogamist,’ realized she had never been on a real date as an adult.” I read that as, “After getting used like a whore, Moreno, wanting to ride the cock carousel with no consequence, realised that having guys spend money on her pussy was the best way to rationalize it.” “100 Dates of Summer is making me realize that there is no reason to settle for less than ideal,” she said. “Hell, shoot for perfection. I’m going on dates with stellar dudes that I never… Read more »

scratche2013
scratche2013
8 years ago

@Don Clicko Loved her date with a “dating coach”, he took her to mcdonalds and ate all her food. He was probably trying to get a SNL and figured he wouldn’t invest much effort into it. She isn’t bad looking but if I knew she was doing a “100 dates of summer” project I wouldn’t even put in the mcdonalds level of effort, why would you? She is not settling for any one man and seems to be flaunting her ability to get men to buy her shit and entertain her. This is the equivalent of some PUA or whore-monger… Read more »

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@Don Clicko, re: “I’m going on dates with stellar dudes that I never thought would give me the time of day.”

“Hey mister, you got the time?”
“I suppose I can spare you a few minutes, dear.”

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ M Simon – On homoesexuality and epigenetic factors such as invitro hormonal exposure, it’s pretty clear with respect to male homosexuality that high exposure to estrogen in the womb causes the homosexual orientation. There doesn’t seem to be much doubt about that in scientific circles due to the famous twin studies which showed this conclusively. However, female sexuality is more plastic. J. Michael Bailey (who was almost completely destroyed by the lgbtczuayr9gm gender studies fascists) has done some great research on all this. His book The Man Who Would Be Queen is available as a PDF for free –… Read more »

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ Don Clicko – I wonder how much cock she’s going to have sucked by the end of the summer? If my experience with lower SMV women like her when I was younger is any indication, I’d say a lot. When a lower SMV female does get a higher SMV man, she puts out like a whore on ecstasy. When I was 35, I would get women like her to blow me in the men’s room of the bar we were at or in a doorway on 5th avenue late at night and never talk to her or think about… Read more »

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@Rollo, re: question. Lust like Chaz Bono, mtf transmen uniformly are personally gratified by their transformation, but *uniformly* dismayed by how poorly women treat them.

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@Glenn re: biocultural and hormones etc. It turns out that Roundup is an extremely effective aromatase inhibitor, but I won’t spell out the dosage in fears of someone thinking it’s good advice.

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

Correcting self :Chaz is of course a ftm trans i.e. transman.

Badpainter
8 years ago

Jf12

Re: Roundup

Hmmm? Could you then suggest a “safe” level of exposure?

Let’s say that to preserve the purity of my essence and natural bodily fluids I only drink rain water and pure grain alcohol. Let’s say my rain is near where I store the Roundup and the stuff is always dripping into rain bucket. In a 20 gallon bucket how much Roundup contamination is “safe” for a man?

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ Rollo – In case it wasn’t clear, the answer to your rhetorical question is that it depends on the subject’s motivation. There are two types of trans-sexual men, as I described above. Let me make the distinctions more clearly, and keep in mind most of this is kind of settled science by now. The only reason you don’t hear much about it is that it contravenes the entire basis of gender studies dogma. 1. Auto-gynephilic trans men – This is a fetish for female body parts that emerges in adult men, usually in their 20s. Such men aren’t typically… Read more »

Symmetrical Truth
Symmetrical Truth
8 years ago

Another teacher lets her id run wild: http://www.everyjoe.com/2014/06/25/crime/kathryn-ronk-photos-teacher-arrested-bishop-foley-high-school/#11 A commentor posted, “Katy Ronk was just married in 2011 and her husband is like 2 to 3 years older. The Birmingham house is a brick 2200 Square Feet home worth half a million in a trendy affluent suburb that is quite different from the city she works in. She is a University of Michigan graduate and did her post graduate studies at YOLO, I mean Loyola University. She is all over social media and should probably take some of the profiles down.” Older aged men with a lot of money or… Read more »

jacklabear
jacklabear
8 years ago

Microcephaly doesn’t care Much has been written about what makes a woman desirable. Young, hot, low N count, no children, traditional values etc. It is also apparent that the carousel riders, single moms, femihags etc. are not going to get much of a comeuppance at all. The PUAs are thrilled to get sloppy 132nds. Fat HB3s have no trouble getting laid. BPD women get laid with thrilling ease. Single moms get marriage proposals from the likes of Mark Minter. The real reason that Minter gets slammed around here is that he inspires fear in the hearts of men. If he… Read more »

M Simon
8 years ago

He is living proof of the power of pussy over men.

Welcome to the party pal. However, the power is not unlimited.

M Simon
8 years ago

Glenn
June 30th, 2014 at 11:56 am

Very nice – thank you. Appreciate the short version.

I have often been attracted to lesbians. On a few occasions it was reciprocated. I’m inclined to agree that female sexuality is more fluid. But there are inclinations.

jacklabear
jacklabear
8 years ago

@ M Simon

The power is enough to cause the President of the United States to publicly spout feminist lies, lies contradicted by data from agencies of his own government.

water cannon boy
water cannon boy
8 years ago

Think that might be the desire to be looked at as being to desirable. Any woman will gladly take an ego boost, even if a lesbian, to be of as desirable from anybody. Even from straight men.

jacklabear
jacklabear
8 years ago

@ M Simon

I have had similar experiences with lesbians.
I find physically attractive feminine lesbians to be particularly disturbing to me.
“A lesbian pussy is a terrible thing to waste”.

Microcephaly doesn’t care if she is lesbian.

Glenn
Glenn
8 years ago

@ M Simon – I’m attracted to women I find attractive, lesbian or not – just like a homosexual will find straight men attractive. That’s how attraction works. In fact, many gay men don’t find effeminate gay men attractive. I think there is also a fad of lesbianism in modern culture so some women who would easily be bisexual or at least are bicurious/comfortable with experimenting declare themselves lesbians. My niece is going through it right now. It’s not a coincidence that she’s at a small, private, elite, radical liberal arts college. I’m sure that her decision is highly politicized… Read more »

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@Symmetrical Truth, Adam Ronk is a lot bigger and more symmetrical than the 15 yr old.

water cannon boy
water cannon boy
8 years ago

I think if you combine what was said in Rollo’s post “remove the man” and how attention is such a coveted currency in girl world(more so now than ever), you get the fad lesbianism and experimentation.

Kate
Kate
8 years ago

“Why is it that transexual men always want to become young attractive feminine women, yet there are no young attractive women who wish to ‘correct’ themselves into becoming middle age, fat and balding men?” This is both hilarious and horrifying! 🙂 “If he marries a single mom, we are all likely to do it. He is living proof of the power of pussy over men.” Let me try to allay your fears. First, for the last time, I am not a single mother. I am divorced and there is a vast difference. When I got divorced, I settled 140K on… Read more »

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

re: transwomen’s sexual choices, from TMWWBQ:
“My impression is that they would rather have a relatively uncommitted
relationship with a very attractive man than a committed relationship
with a less desirable partner.”

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@Kate, let me see if I understand your point. You claim to be so extremely different, unlike all of the other women who also belong to the exact same NAWALM (not all women are like me) club, that jacklabear can take comfort in the fact that he could never find a woman who would treat him well.

jacklabear
jacklabear
8 years ago

Kate, no wuckies. My comments were not meant to be personal about you and Mark. My girlfriend has two children by another man. On the plus side, I’m only the second man she has been with in her life, she was celibate for 5 years before meeting me, she was a virgin when she got married at 20, and her ex husband divorced her after 20 years because he decided that he was gay. Regarding her kids, she said to me once that “family comes first” (over me). You wrote: “… having woman and child devoted to you…” I sincerely… Read more »

jacklabear
jacklabear
8 years ago

Glenn, My father was a psychiatrist till he retired. He once interviewed a guy who wanted a sex change operation because the law required them to be certified to be competent to make that decision by two psychiatrists. He told my father how a couple years ago he got into bodybuilding and got all bulked up doing 600 sit ups a day etc. He said: “You know what doc, that was the dumbest thing I ever did!”. Apparently it hadn’t occurred to him that he was about to do something even dumber and more irreversible. Dad’s take on it was… Read more »

LiveFearless
8 years ago

I love compliments, and I do.

emeraldcurtain
8 years ago

As a certifiable example of the BB (Blissfully Betrothed!) side of the AF/BB equation, the last few posts have really helped me to peel back a few more layers of the social dynamics that have mislead me to my current existence. Though Sandbergs’ advice to young women is enraging, it’s beneficial for younger men, and even a guy in my position to see the intention for ‘settling’ so clearly promoted. It solidifies the undeniable truth that just a few short years ago was just observations, questioning, speculations as to what was really happening around me. One of my stepping stones… Read more »

jf12
jf12
8 years ago

@emeraldcurtain, re: “So I’ve almost no real motivation to be good, or nice, or hell even respectful towards her now”.

Correct. The fake motivation earlier was the expectation, or hope, that she would respond properly to being treated well. You now know that hope was false, and you now know that she will/would respond MUCH more properly with being treated poorly.

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