Men Going Their Own Wayv.MMXVII
Created by @mgtow
For Men Only
Created by @mgtow
For Men Only
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.
Secrets of The Slave State
Isn’t voting just…. giving consent to being governed? All the fanfare about “the right” (or expectation) to vote, is just someone rubbing their hands together giggling at the thought of how eager you are to be controlled while sticking a pin on your lapel. Vote for me, for I
A Man waiting in the Wings
Tom Leykis enforces the standard of “no male friends”. Men generally have a world of options. Since men are generally expected to do the initiating, approaching, the asking out, the calling, the proposing, the date-arranging (and women more often expect this)… it follows that odds
Beloved Democrats Call For Border Wall And Illegal Immigrant Ban
Fascinating. All the top democrats are perfectly aligned with Trump’s Border Wall And Illegal Immigrant Ban. So what’s all the fuss? Play this one back for any ruffled Trump haters who “just can’t understand” why anyone would support President Trump on this, and watch
The Sexodus – Part 2 : Dishonest Feminist Panics Leave Male Sexuality In Crisis
Sexual dysfunction is not unique to the twenty-first century—nor, certainly, to the West. Japan’s “herbivores”—men who shun sex and prefer saving money and going on long walks to riding motorcycles and flirting with girls—have been well documented and are regarded by
The Sexodus – Part 1 : The Men Giving Up On Women And Checking Out Of Society
“My generation of boys is f**ked.”, says Rupert, a young German video game enthusiast I’ve been getting to know over the past few months. “Marriage is dead. Divorce means you’re screwed for life. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to
The Fall of The West
Consider and compare Hiroshima (Japan) and the city of Detroit (Michigan, USA). About 75 years ago, Detroit was THE booming industrial automotive epicenter of the world. At the end of World War II, Hiroshima was entirely destroyed as one of two Japanese cities that had the first atomic bombs
Women Who Use Sex as a Bargaining Tool
This one has a longer lead in, so if you would rather skip it, jump to 4:15. Tom Leykis reads “an open letter to my wife” on the air from a man who’s wife misrepresented herself before the wedding. As soon as the marriage contract was signed, she began withholding her affection as
The Flakey Chick Phenomenon
Understanding Entitlement Princess Syndrome ©2014 by Alan Morrison Prologue The word “flake” — in the context of this article — is believed to come from a 1920s word for cocaine. Thus, someone described as “flaky” is akin to a cokehead — messed up, deranged, unstable and all over the
Where All the Good Men Went
It’s a message for women and doesn’t really belong here, but it’s an excellent answer to the broadcasted question men are fed up with hearing: “Where have all the good men gone?”. So, if they are too unaware to answer it themselves, then should a man do them the favor?
Schopenhauer On Women c.1865
One need only look at a woman’s shape to discover that she is not intended for either too much mental or too much physical work. She pays the debt of life not by what she does but by what she suffers—by the pains of child-bearing, care for the child, and by subjection to man, to
MGTOW is Men Going The Right Way
Although MGTOW will generally avoid projecting the word “must” on other “Men Going Their Own Way”….. There is one aspect of MGTOW that has not been utilized yet. On a philosophical level, MGTOW is the answer to the Marxist Dialectic. If ever one studies the dialectic
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
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
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.Check it out on Amazon
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
I am so glad I found this site. Awesomesauce. Thank you so much for building such a wonderful place.
I am in the process of divorcing my wife of 30 years. I knew instantly that one day MGTOW would be my fate. So please let me thank everyone on this site for their contributions. I am in my early 50’s but feel like my best years are now ahead of me. And I owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to all that have posted here and given me such courage, strength, and sanity. I have fully consumed the red pill, and there is no going back. I have crossed the Rubicon, and counting the days until my divorce is final. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
I love this ! I feel like I found the secret to the universe. Thanks.
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.
After joining officially just now and reading further I have come to the conclusion that is the best and arguably most relevant website to society and current issues on so many levels beyond the obvious since the dawn of the internet. I don’t normally review or comment, however I feel compelled to give you guys the praise you deserve. Thank you for providing this place of resources, sanity and a place for like minded people.
April 25th, 2017.
Not an inquiry, but I want you to know this site saved my life.
I discovered MGTOW through a random video on the FoxNews web site, and ghosted the forums for nearly a year before becoming a member. The resources available and the articles found by The Patriarchy are PURE GOLD. We have a wealth of life’s experience to share. I am very grateful for you all….. and though I don’t know any of you personally, I would give up my space in the lifeboat for each and every one of you.
First of all, I gotta say huge thank you to this community, have only been a member for a very short time and already the transformations in every area of my life are epic!!! I have learned so much from every single post or reply that I have read on here. Any time I feel tired, de-motivated or negative I just jump onto the forums and get inspired!
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.
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.
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!!
Great website that has changed my life. For years I thought I was alone and now I find I am in great company! Thanks MGTOW.
Finding a forum where I feel I am among those who understand is like being welcomed home after the war.
I joined this website seeking the guidance of all you seasoned veterans. I am so genuinely excited to have finally found a circle of like minded men, and have spent time soaking up the ample amount of wisdom offered in these forums. I haven’t even made one post yet and I am already grateful for this forum. With every post you are inspiring men whom you don’t even know exist, and I can vouch for that personally. Thank you. Feels good to be GMOW! BOOM!!!
This is the first time I have written anything on a website of any kind. Never felt compelled to join any online forums before, but after a week of binge reading here I am happy to call myself a member. Since I have been reading here the mental switch has been unbelievable. The thought that having a life of my own is still so new that thinking about it makes me giggle like an idiot. I am profoundly grateful to each and every one of you.