15 Years to Life

Posted: December 4, 2013 in Life, Wife, Women
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beautiful_young_woman-t2Fifteen years, gentlemen….that’s all women have to bargain with.

From the age of 15 to the age of 30, she maxes out. A woman will never look that good again, nor be as fertile. There are varying sources of information on Age of Consent Laws:

http://www.webistry.net/jan/consent.html

http://www.ageofconsent.us/

http://www.ageofconsent.com/ageofconsent.htm

…but the most common one found is 16. Most states in the U.S. and most other countries say that a girl can make her own sexual decisions at that time. There are of course other mitigating factors(sex and age of partner, status-teacher, relative, etc.), but nature’s law and man’s law agree that she is at the peak of freshness. Many females have sex before then of course, but this is when it’s legal. every-male-teacher-that-day-hot-girl-women-jail-bait-demotivational-poster-1198514482But as always in this area, be careful and ask for ID. Remember that the female breast is so powerful, so deadly, so detrimental to the well being of society that even the very sight of it while legally underage will ruin you, for the rest of your life.

Her fertility, some studies show, begins to decline in her late 20s, with sharp decreases by the age of 35 and beyond:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=study-shows-fertility-dec

http://www.asrm.org/uploadedFiles/ASRM_Content/Resources/Patient_Resources/Fact_Sheets_and_Info_Booklets/agefertility.pdf

FERTILITY IN THE AGING FEMALE
A woman’s best reproductive years are in her 20s. Fertility gradually
declines in the 30s, particularly after age 35. Each month that she tries, a
healthy, fertile 30-year-old woman has a 20% chance of getting pregnant.
That means that for every 100 fertile 30-year-old women trying to get
pregnant in 1 cycle, 20 will be successful and the other 80 will have to try
again. By age 40, a woman’s chance is less than 5% per cycle, so fewer
than 5 out of every 100 women are expected to be successful each month.
 

For those unfamiliar with what we in the Manosphere call what happens after a woman leaves her peak years, it has been dubbed ‘Hitting the Wall.’  hitting-the-wallThere is a wealth of Manospherian dialogue on both what that looks like, and what it means:

http://heartiste.wordpress.com/category/hitting-the-wall/

http://www.mgtowforums.com/forums/shits-n-giggles/17857-woman-hitting-wall-just-another-example.html

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-15195.html

In just a short amount of time, her attractiveness, youth, beauty, and most importantly, appeal to men begins to dissipate or disappears completely. Actresses take better than average care of themselves, and even they are not immune:

Kristin Kreuk, age 18

Kristin Kreuk, age 18

Kristin Kreuk, age 30

Kristin Kreuk, age 30

It may be subtle, just beginning, but it’s there….you can see it happening.

So why, then, do some states have permanent alimony(which is the point of this post)?

http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2013/01/23/taking-the-permanent-out-of-permanent-alimony

And more importantly, why aren’t men doing their homework before they sign a legal contract that says they are financially responsible for her for the rest of their lives? Remember, that fifteen years is not fifteen guaranteed years of great sex with her….that’s just fifteen years that you want her the most.

If you got boy problems, I feel bad for you hun; I got 99 problems but a dick ain't one.

If you got boy problems, I feel bad for you hun; I got 99 problems, but a dick ain’t one.

In today’s femcentric American culture, girls are encouraged to both get rid of their virginity as soon as possible, and slut it up as much as they want. It’s not unusual for an American girl to graduate high school with an N count of 15 or higher, especially adding in the ONS and “non-serious boyfriends” that she won’t count. But this lack of chastity and encouraged promiscuity just lowers her value to a man as a future wife, mother, and lifelong commitment partner:

http://sunshinemaryandthedragon.wordpress.com/2013/10/22/how-feminism-self-perpetuates-todays-sluts-tomorrows-frivorcees-and-spinsters/

http://dalrock.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/why-men-are-withdrawing-from-courtship/

Do men understand that she only has fifteen years of peak value, has most likely slutted herself around since the age of 12 or 13, has a high chance of leaving you if her N count is high, will have a hard time giving you babies after the age of 30, and that marriage means you are signing up to pay her UNTIL ONE OR BOTH OF YOU DIES?

Remember, we have to legally pay for a wife:

1) regardless of her lack of chastity or anything else she brings to the table before marriage

fatty-thinny

Help! I’m married and I can’t get up!

2) regardless of whether she gives you sex of any kind or performs any other wifely duties in the marriage and

3) regardless of what she turns into over time. Meaning that if you marry a minnow and end up with a whale, sucks to be you.

Oh look another lifetime alimony situation, this time with jail! Read it:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-08-26/jail-becomes-home-for-husband-stuck-with-lifetime-alimony.html

 

 

 

 

 

…So I want men to wake up and:

1) start working on changing the alimony and child support laws in their state,

2) always demand a prenup before you get married if you are just determined to do so, and

3) if you can think without the little head long enough, ask yourself, what are you getting out of the deal besides state enforced lifetime financial obligations?

Remember….just fifteen years. Which means if she lives to be 90, you get 50 years of a non-prime woman. And she doesn’t show up in your life untainted. She shows up after spending her youngest years giving herself away to only God knows how many people for free……

…..and in the marriage contract, she’s asking you to pay. Full price.

For the rest of your life.

When are men going to wake up?

keelyshayesmith

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Comments
  1. MK says:

    Men will never wake up. That’s the theme around my blog too but almost everyone is oblivious to the risk..

    • Why do you think that is? Is it still as simple as the little head overwhelming the big head?

      Or is it that men are stubbornly holding onto their dreams of a ‘soul mate’ and an ‘equal’ and a place that they can rest and ‘be loved for who they are?’ A real 1950’s wife?

  2. Jen says:

    Both sexes have a limited time to have children. Increased risk of having children with autism and schizophrenia are strongly associated with fathers over 35. Also, there is an increased risk of the mother having a miscarriage/low birth weight baby. Men still produce sperm, but the sperm becomes more degraded over time.

    I understand your point, though. There is much more research associated with the risks associated with a mother over 35, and, at some point, a woman can no longer have a baby. Also, a man over 35 is in a much stronger position to “negotiate” himself a wife than a woman over 35 is in for “finding” a husband. He will just need to bring more and more chips to the table, as he ages, if he wants a much younger wife.

    Our societal norm of pushing for multiple sex partners, later marriages and children after age 35 is just suicidal. I do not see or hear most women complaining about this, though, except for the occasional article about “finding a husband after 40”. Even older women who waited too long to marry and have children have the attitude of “I had a great time and don’t regret my wild younger years. Oh well, the party is over.” Why is that? Men seem to be more concerned about spinsters than the spinsters.

    • Both sexes have a limited time to have children. Increased risk of having children with autism and schizophrenia are strongly associated with fathers over 35. Also, there is an increased risk of the mother having a miscarriage/low birth weight baby. Men still produce sperm, but the sperm becomes more degraded over time.

      Numbers? Data?

      I understand your point, though. There is much more research associated with the risks associated with a mother over 35, and, at some point, a woman can no longer have a baby. Also, a man over 35 is in a much stronger position to “negotiate” himself a wife than a woman over 35 is in for “finding” a husband. He will just need to bring more and more chips to the table, as he ages, if he wants a much younger wife.

      No, you have to bring the exact same chips you’ve always had to: Alpha traits. Dominance, confidence, options, and resources. If you think age is a factor for women in choosing men, read the post I made today entitled ‘The Red Pill Playa.’

      Our societal norm of pushing for multiple sex partners, later marriages and children after age 35 is just suicidal. I do not see or hear most women complaining about this, though, except for the occasional article about “finding a husband after 40″. Even older women who waited too long to marry and have children have the attitude of “I had a great time and don’t regret my wild younger years. Oh well, the party is over.” Why is that? Men seem to be more concerned about spinsters than the spinsters.

      “Occasional?” Spend more time at Dalrock’s. And in terms of finding numbers and blogs about complaining spinster women, read SSM’s plethora of posts on that very subject.

  3. Jen says:

    “Numbers? Data?”

    Well, you can start with the below links, but finding articles about the effects of age on male fertility is not difficult:

    http://infertility.about.com/od/causesofinfertility/f/maleagefertile.html
    http://www.webmd.boots.com/fertility/features/age-infertility-men

    I said that, as a man ages, he CAN still negotiate himself a younger wife – he just brings less to the table as far as sexual attractiveness and fertility and has to offer more resources – usually economic resources. Age is a factor that women consider, especially if they want to have children. Women do prefer their husband to be slightly older – I think the average is something like 2 years. Something else that women consider is the fact that men die younger than women. (If a woman marries a much older man, she has years of being a widow ahead of her. One of the benefits of marriage is to have a companion.)

    I sometimes read SSM’s blog and find it insightful. However, I do not see older, divorced/unmarried women as being so unhappy that they will “rebel” against the current societal norms of multiple sex partners and delayed marriage/children. This is something that SOME of the Manosphere blogs seem to hope will happen. I think unhappy males are much more likely to begin the “rebellion”.

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  5. Marlon says:

    “Or is it that men are stubbornly holding onto their dreams of a ‘soul mate’ and an ‘equal’ and a place that they can rest and ‘be loved for who they are?’ A real 1950′s wife?”

    I think Stardusk (or Barbarossa) calls it ‘male mother need’.
    As you put it, the need for the soulmate, The One Who Understands, She Who Will Love You No Matter What etc.

    I’m married. Happily married, honest.
    And this is the kicker, the killer, the soul-crusher, the hurdle one must overcome as a part of maturing.
    You want a soulmate? Pray to God. You wife ain’t it.
    She can be pleasant, loving, supportive etc.
    But she isn’t made for too much load.
    Bear your load and trust God to bear when you can’t.

    And knowing this makes you stronger and the marriage better.
    Happiness is reality divided by expectation.
    Dropping those expectations and focusing on what she can and should bring to the table makes your life better.

    • Yes, absolutely true. We have to put the burdens of our manhood onto our Savior….your wife really can’t carry them. We just tend to wish that it was different.
      And, agree completely with the concept of adjusting expectations to produce happiness. I’ve had to do that quite often.

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  7. Warrior_Savant says:

    “I do not see older, divorced/unmarried women as being so unhappy that they will “rebel” against the current societal norms of multiple sex partners and delayed marriage/children. This is something that SOME of the Manosphere blogs seem to hope will happen. I think unhappy males are much more likely to begin the “rebellion”.

    I’d absolutely agree with Jen on this count, but would disagree on the male-to-female fertility issue. As this post indicates, women really do have a 15yr. window to make the leap from girl to mother. Men, while also infertile after time, still have at least another decade past the females’ 15year window. Time is still on a man’s side. Yet oddly enough, it’s not men who want to put off fatherhood indefinitely. At least not in the circles I travel in.

    Still the bigger issue here, I think, is what this postponement of adulthood is doing to our society. We have an aging population either abstaining from marriage altogether or waiting well into their “less fertile” years to have families. What you get is the unintended consequence of single mommy hood:

    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/cdc-us-fertility-rate-hits-record-low-2nd-straight-year-407-babies

    Ergo – Single-mommy hood begets a society of maladjusted kids, maladjusted kids begets a society of maladjusted adults, maladjusted adults create the nanny-state to protect us from our maladjusted selves (Or so I postulate…)

    Reading the above article should shock most decent Americans. I was born shortly after the 1980 study where 18.4% children (aka bastards) were born to unwed mothers. It’s amazing to think in my lifetime, I could be a member of the smallest minority in my twilight years by merely having been born to a married couple. Do we really think the 40.7% born today will be less in a decade? or 2 decades? (yes, I saw the number was actually higher in 2009 but the trend has maintained its ascent)

    What happened in the last half century to cause this? Feminism –> Pure and simple (That and modern man’s willingness to accept the feel good fallacy of man = woman)

    Today as opposed to yesterday, single mommy hood is no longer a social stigma. Hell, it might even get you an extra check in the mail every month! Bored with your husband? Bored with your kids? Bored with your life? No-fault divorce (frivorce) –> bingo! THIS will get you a check every month.
    Want to be a career woman? Sure! we have a workplace diversity program to make that happen even if you can’t.

    All women have been fed these promises over the last several decades. Simply stated: Life will come to them in their own time. Let the goodness come to you ladies and whatever mistakes have been made will pass without judgment or consequence.

    But the reality is, there are consequences for every action or inaction in life. Hence, I agree once more with Jen that it will take Red-pill men to bring us out of the post-feminism hangover and into new world sobriety. The only way out, is to carry a red pill with you every day and offer the good news to another man who probably needs to hear it. Men deal in reality and reality deals us painful lessons in the form of consequence. How many consequences must we suffer until the lot of us wakes up?

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