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Chess

The only winning move
is not to play.

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It’s Your Life – A Poem

“Invent yourself, and then reinvent yourself. Don’t swim in the same slough. Invent yourself, and then reinvent yourself. And stay out of the clutches of mediocrity. Invent yourself and then reinvent yourself. Change your tone and shape so often that they can never categorize you.

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All The Way

“If you’re going to try, go all the way. Otherwise, don’t even start. This could mean losing girlfriends, wives, relatives and maybe even your mind. It could mean not eating for three or four days. It could mean freezing on a park bench. It could mean jail. It could mean derision.

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The Break Up

Radio personality Tom Leykis has been known to say “Women are dream-killers”. It’s very rare to see such an honest moment in film when “relationship” movies are generally so gynocentric and female oriented, and the man is too often falling over himself to please and

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MGTOW In Under One Minute

A scene from “Big trouble in Little China” (Kurt Russell and Kim Cattrall c.1986) encapsulates MGTOW in less than a minute. “God! Aren’t you even gonna kiss her goodbye?!” represents external cues, social pressures and expectations when not caving to them is perceived


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Wendy Williams

Go ahead and trick him.

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Wendy Williams Teaches Women to Trap Men Into Fatherhood

Are “Deadbeat Dads” a MYTH? Ever wonder where the exploding population of single mothers comes from? Let’s find out. In a terrific display of psychopathy, daytime horror-show host (and drag-queen-RuPaul-look-alike) Wendy Williams teaches women to deceive their husbands and trap

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Frog Soup

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Frog Soup

Radio shock jock Tom Leykis likens the general appearance of married men and their deflated vitality to that of a beaten dog. A newly married man will appear to be quite content at first, as pleased as a frog in a pot of cool fresh water – with no predators around – until you turn

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Escaping the Plantation
by Steve Walker

We all have free will, and are answerable for our actions, but when our most important life decisions are based on childhood brainwashing, abuse, mis-information, and societal pressures, we are destined to make some poor decisions. Should we be forced to suffer for these poor decisions our entire life, or do we have the right to escape from those bad decisions, even if it causes distress for others. The author says yes, we do.

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  • We have a right to change the course of our lives such that we free ourselves to pursue the correct path that leads us to happiness and fulfillment. This is the theme of Escaping the Plantation.

    The plantation in this case being the marriage, corporation, government or religious group that demands we slave for them with little or no reward, and seeks to punish us if we refuse.

    Only by removing ourselves from the plantation can we ever hope to be truly free. And so that is what we must do. Escape. That is the theme of the five short stores contained herein.

    The first and last are true and are based on the authors personal experience. The other three are mostly fictional but are representative of the predicaments many of us find ourselves in. I'm sure you will enjoy all five and benefit from them. - Steve Walker

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This site is addictive. I had cravings, swear to God.


Russky

I have been lurking for way too long and I have already made posts and reply’s without an introduction to the Prince and kindred of this fine domain. Thus far I am addicted to the website, and I love what I’m reading.


Mr. Helicopter

I try to log in daily to read what other members have to say, and look into research for the fight that I’m taking right to the face of feminism here in NYC. I would just like to thank all of the men that put in so many hours of work to make this possible for men around the world. I sincerely mean it from the bottom of my heart. This is a just cause, and this website is a great resource for fighting the evil that is feminism. Again, thank you very much for all the effort put into this. Be well.


Erik 718

MGTOW is the greatest epiphany I ever had. It’s the greatest realization/lifestyle choice a man will ever make in his lifetime. I’ve always been a contrarian to gynocentric bulls~~~ not realizing it was “gynocentric” bulls~~~…. which is how I thought of my username by the way. I’ve always been a “heretic” to the gynocracy.


Heretic

Thanks for not only creating this site but for allowing me to participate. I’m a veteran of the US Air Force which took me to many countries. As I read through the intro I was stunned it read – nearly word for word – like the life I have led until very recently. It’s like you guys knew me already.


Danny

The world feels upright here. Think I’ll stay for awhile.


Binary Logic

I jump out of planes. When taking into consideration a period of time catering to narcissistic sluts, trying to be what they wanted me to be and sacrificing my own life goals, dreams and aspirations in the process…. getting out of a Twin Otter at 12,000 feet is probably a much more logical and rational act than how I was living my life before.


Sky-O

MGTOW Saved My Life. First and foremost, I would like to thank all of you for the establishment of this incredible community. I have read so many of your stories and cannot put into words how grateful I am to have discovered such like-minded individuals. The intelligence and courage it takes for us MGTOWS to survive in this gynocentric world is incredible. I now can say with the most liberated confidence that the blue pill prison I have spent my entire life in has been completely eviscerated. Thank you brothers for everything.


Steven J

I am so glad I found this site. Awesomesauce. Thank you so much for building such a wonderful place.


Jeremiah

Just found this site over the weekend, and thought I should go ahead and post. I gotta say out of all of the sites that are geared towards guys and have forums for divorce separation etc. this one blows them all out of the water. I don’t know if I have seen a closer group of people! I’m glad I have found this before I have to deal with s~~~ before too long. Nothing is set in stone, but I’m about to the point of just peaceing out of my current marriage.


Gunslinger

Stumbled upon this site earlier today, hungover to f~~~, spent a good few hours going thru the threads…what a pleasure to have a lot of my long held thoughts articulated by other fellas so concisely and with no f~~~s given. Whoever set this thing up deserves a f~~~ing medal. Godspeed brothers!


GingerWinkle

You saved my life MGTOW. Thank you.


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Smart people learn from their mistakes.
Smarter people learn from other people’s mistakes.


TBowden

Vaguely aware there was something going on in society that I just wasn’t grasping. I’ll never forget the evening I found this site and the entire night spent reading every single thread and post in the forums section at the time. The sheer amount of information overloaded my mind and the following moment of clarity at 7:00am without a minute of sleep was surreal in itself. I was not alone in my thoughts and ideas.

I don’t post much, but please know your site touches and saves the lives of many men.

Thank you for helping me understand my aversion to marriage and children is not an indication of being “weird” or “unstable” as some have rudely said. Thank you for helping me overcome my depression. Thank you for saving me a potential lifetime of agonizing over others’ opinions of me. Thank you for arming me with invaluable knowledge to unabashedly Go My Own Way.


Dre

My sincere thanks to all of you responsible for creating/maintaining MGTOW. I live in ultra feminized Seattle and would be deemed a pariah if I utter a word that challenges the feminist narrative that runs the show here in both the workplace and household. Things are so mind-blowingly bad for men here, especially straight white men, that at times I find myself on the brink of insanity. The MGTOW community has made feel like I’m not alone in this PC madness and for that I can’t thank you enough.


Ed in Seattle

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