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Men Going Their Own Way

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M.G.T.O.W Men Going Their Own Way

is a statement of self-ownership

where the modern man preserves and protects his own sovereignty above all else.

It is the manifestation of one word.

“No”.

Ejecting silly preconceptions and cultural definitions
of what a “man” is.

Looking to no one else for social cues.

Refusing to bow, serve and kneel

for the opportunity to be treated like a disposable utility.

And living according to his own best interests

in a world which would rather he didn’t.

In other words... common sense for men.

Haven't you just about had enough?

Welcome to

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Men Going Their Own Way

v.MMXVI SOVEREIGNTY

Created by @mgtow

"The only winning move is not to play.
How about a nice game of Chess?"

- War Games (c.1983)


*Not recommended for White Knights

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Daddy By Default

Child Support Despite ZERO DNA Match Daddy by default. Imagine you date a single mother. You like her and her kid. On a sunny Tuesday afternoon in June, you take them to the movies or Disney World, and for one day, you acted like “a father”. What a nice guy, right? Guess again. Now

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Briffault’s Law

An illustrated introduction to Briffault’s Law, originally conceptualized by Robert Briffault, a British surgeon who found fame as a social anthropologist and later in life as a novelist. Referred to as “the most important concept you can learn as a man”, this edu-taining guide

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Modern Educayshun

There is no denying the education system is in the toilet. When a Canadian six-year-old comes home and is asked “how was school today?”, the response is no longer “I made you a bottle with colored tissue paper I stuck on with glue!!”. The child speaks of what it learned

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The Failure of the Media Explained

A breakdown on how the members of the media pundit class fabricated the pretense of expertise, while failing to accurately gauge the political sentiment of their own nation. From the cultural producing influence of the entertainment industry to high finance, the mixture of arrogance and ignorance


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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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AWALT All Women Are Like That

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AWALT All Women Are Like That

“Not all grenades are like that!” Tom Leykis reads from a submission from a listener who heard his fiancee repeatedly declared she was “not the kind of person” who would ever rake him over the coals in a divorce. But after having been driven to bankruptcy, he now believes

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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

    Escaping the PlantationSteve Walker

      

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

I have been ‘lurking’ for over a year now and when not on the site, I tend to think a lot about what is discussed here and I find personal stories entertaining about women and relationships and also the wide variety of topics allowed dealing with men’s issues. Although I dont agree with all said, 90% is bang on and a few topics have given me new perspectives on daily things. I am married and I equate things said on this site with my own life and I can make more than a few similarities which is another eye opener.

I thoughouley enjoy this site and wanted to share my thoughts and extend a congrats to you and your team and members-great job and many thanx!!


Glen

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

Thank you for giving men like me a voice. When it seems like no one understands, MGTOW is a beacon of hope in a gynocentric fog of hopelessness.


Jonathan

You have come to a truly exceptional place. The gentlemen here are full of stories, cautionary tales, motivation, support, humor, advice, and loyalty. I am a newcomer as well, and almost instantaneously found a home here.


Tex41

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

I’m a 31 yo man and your site has permanently changed my life. The channels are overflowing with intelligence and although it’s way past my bedtime I can’t help but keep clicking for more. I’ve been feeling tension with women the last few years and now I understand what’s really going on. I wish I found you sooner! Thank you so much for your work and efforts.


Mr. Anderson - Indianapolis

I would like to say thank you to this community for allowing unfettered access to a veritable wealth of information & delivered through such a classy vehicle, for surely MGTOW.com is like the Cadillac of websites with it’s superior functionality & overall luster. I salute you all.


Gringo Star

Thanks a lot for this website. This current gynocentric society has fucked with my head so much on what it means to be a man. I’m a millennial man and I feel my generation of men are being brainwashed daily to act and look more feminine. I’ve finally found a website that embraces masculinity instead of demonizing it. Younger men as well as younger boys should be introduced to more MGTOW content on a daily basis instead of the gynocentric bullshit we’re exposed to at a younger age. I’m so thankful.


Silent Wanderer

Just want to say ‘wow’ and thank you. Strangely enough, an idea for something quite similar to MGTOW came to me in a flash on active duty in Afghanistan. You guys have shown me I’m not a mad loner, but part of a great tradition. I don’t need to start something, i just need to join.


DM

What A Pleasant Surprise. Found this site while looking at a comic on /fit/. I’d never heard of this site before 10 minutes ago. Read the about and felt like I was reading something I had written. Couldn’t be happier to know there is a community of men like me, proud to be here with the rest of you. Strength and honor!


SteelPearl

I just joined, my son told me about MGTOW and I’m so glad there is such a website & place. I am just regretting I did not join much earlier.


Stefan

I am in my mid forties. I went MGTOW on my own at the age of 35. If I had this site as a resource as a kid…? All the advice and life experience from older men, damn, I can only imagine how different my life would have been. Listen to most of what these guys tell you, and if you cannot use it to help your brother, at least you can use it for yourself.

Good luck kid.


JoeBauers

I have much respect and love for this website. I’ve been lurking and reading the collective wisdom of my brothers for several months…. making daily (sometimes hourly) withdrawls from this “bank” of knowledge that is life-saving. Rarely have I found it necessary to add further. The wise sages that regularly impart wisdom here simply articulate their thoughts in a way that has me nodding my head in agreement without any idea of how to improve upon them.


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