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If you’re new to the Manosphere, and new to the Red Pill, there’s some basic stuff that you need to hear. We can’t cover it all at once, but we can give principles, and pieces of it, one at a time.

If you’ve ever listed to women talk, you know full well that they don’t live out here in the real world where men do. There are multiple reasons for that, and here are a few:

Women cannot be Objective

Get that in your head, men. Women are not creatures of objectivity. They don’t look at something and see it for what it is. They look at something and see how they feel about it, then that’s what they think it is. And that is always the perspective that they are talking from. How they feel about something, not what the facts and the actual state or condition of that thing is, including themselves. It’s why mothers think that their non-talented children are so talented, why they think that a child placing dead last in a footrace somehow deserves a trophy, and why the fat chicks or the ugly chicks think that they’re just as pretty as the in shape women or the Victoria’s Secret supermodels.

They’re not. But if a woman feels like she is, then she thinks it’s true.

Women are looking at a Self-Made Movie

This has been talked about multiple times, but women are solipsistic. What that means in simple terms is that they think only they, and the movie that’s playing in their heads is real. That movie is written by them, produced by them, and it’s starring them. And all of the stuff they work out in their heads they think is then the right picture. So then they set about manipulating the people around them to try and conform to that movie that’s playing in their heads.

It’s why the first words out of woman’s mouth, when her plans fail are, “this isn’t how this was supposed to go.”

Women take no Responsibility

This is the big one. Females take absolutely not one drop of responsibility for their own behavior. When your mother pushes you out of her womb, God has given you charge of precisely one soul and one body. The females will NEVER own that. They will never accept that they are 100% responsible for their own choices. They will always take no responsibility and blame men.

Ask a 45-year-old man with five kids by five different women how he got there. What will he say? He’ll say “I should’ve covered my junk up.” Which is absolutely right. Or get a vasectomy.

Ask a 45-year-old woman with five kids by five different men how she got there, what will she say? She’ll say:

“Men are afraid of commitment”

“Men need to step up to the plate”

“Men are little boys who need to grow up”

“Guys are jerks”

“Men can’t handle a strong woman”

“Ain’t no more good men out there”

Not, “Maybe I should’ve kept my panties up.” Nor will she say, “Maybe I shouldn’t be opening my legs to men that aren’t my husband.”

Think about it men, when’s the last time you heard women say that? Never, that’s when.

Take Charge, Bro

I give you these principles, men, to save you some frustration. Because talking to a woman is a waste of time. She’s not operating from the same system that you are. You’re trying to approach with facts, logic, reason, and linear thinking.

She’s approaching with emotion, no logic, solipsism, and circular thinking.

Stop arguing with women. They don’t have mirrors. They will never face themselves.

You take charge and you tell her where things are going, and if she doesn’t like it, there are plenty more females out there.

 

 

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Why do gay people get a pass? I demand equal rights for straight men. Let’s let Ana & Cenk tell the story first:Let’s examine some of these arguments verbatim:

Five WivesAt the top of the clip, Ana says: “For some people it’s easy to recognize what their sexuality is early on in life, but for others they don’t realize it until after they’re married.” ….So what if a man discovers that he’s polygynist in orientation and would much rather prefer a polygamist lifestyle? It’s acceptable for him to blow up his monogamous marriage to pursue his true self then, I must say.

At 0:30 we hear from Lauren Morelli, the writer at the center of the story. Let’s take her words and apply them to a man in a monogamous situation. “I realized I didn’t want to live a monogamous lifestyle in fall 2012, one of my first days on the set. It wasn’t so much one thing, but the sum of many details: how uncomfortable I’d feel around all of those hot actresses or how I considered myself a ‘not very sexual person.’ When considered alone, these seemed like little quirks that made me me. Wanting to have threesomes or more instead of having sex with just your wife is a perfectly reasonable preference to have, right? I was finally forced to consider a question that had never, ever occurred to me before: Holy sh*t, am I non-monogamous?”

At 2:17 Ana says the following: “I think the scariest thing is, I think that she probably thought, or had suspicions about her sexuality, right? But maybe she was afraid of it, fat_wife2maybe she didn’t want to address it or confront it, and imagine how scary that is to be in a relationship that you know you’re not happy in but you feel kinda trapped.” Let’s apply that to a man that has a 400 pound wife, and doesn’t have sex with her anymore because he gets nauseated just looking at her; the man realizes that he’s only attracted to thinner women. Or again, a man that realizes, after his nuptials, that the monogamous lifestyle is not for him. If he feels trapped, he most certainly shouldn’t have to stay, clearly.

At 2:53 Cenk says that “I think that she started writing for a show about lesbians in order to work out what she was feeling inside, and couldn’t quite put it into words until she put in the words of her character.” So….let’s say a straight male writer starts writing about a guy in high school, who’s surrounded by barely legal girls…he realizes that, even though he’s 40 and married to a 40 year old woman, he can’t seem to keep his mind off of 18 & 19 year old females. He discovers that he wants to only be with girls right 18 and 57out of high school through his cathartic writing.

Then Cenk makes this statement at 3:18: “To me the most amazing part of the story, putting all our goofy kidding aside, is that, how much societal pressure could shut down a person’s natural instincts, right? I mean, she was obviously attracted to women all along, but because of all the expectations and pressure, she so assumed that she must’ve been straight that she didn’t even consider being gay as an option, even though she had already made out with women….isn’t that amazing???” So, a straight non-monogamous guy, even though he’s juggled plates before, after he gets married, because of all the societal pressure and expectation was just assuming that manning up and getting married was who he was, and he didn’t even consider being polygamous as an option, even though he had already had multiple women before….isn’t that amazing???

And, at 4:01, Ana puts the cherry on top of the sundae: “And a lot of people are upset with her, because they feel like she broke up her marriage, and she didn’t work hard enough, and once you take your vows it’s supposed to be as serious as possible which I, look, when you get married, Non-monogamousyou should take your vows seriously, I’m not trying to belittle that, right, but at the same time, what did you want her to do? Remain married to a man she wasn’t in love with, and who she had absolutely no interest in having sex with?” A straight man who’s repulsed by his wife, does he get that same understanding/freedom? If she’s 400 lbs or just if he’s done with monogamy and ready to move on….he has those some options, correct?

There’s more gems in there, but I want to restate: I demand equal rights for straight men who realize after they’re married they do not want fatties, they only like 19 year olds, or they are just simply non-monogamous. In the video they said repeatedly, “This is different! She’s attracted to a whole other gender!” It’s different, really?

So, I’ll ask again: Why do Gay people get a pass? Archie