Once upon a time. . . . YouTube was called "books".
Men might love her. But women will HATE her.
Absolutely essential reading for every Man. If you've ever had a question mark floating over your head wondering what makes women tick, "The Manipulated Man" lays it out for you, and slaps you good and hard with undeniable insights you would rather not know. Surprisingly short enough to be devoured in one evening, this Red Pill is tough to swallow, fellows and gents, so have a tall glass of water handy. You will choke on it. Written decades ago, it transcends time as she frankly exposes the core modus operandi of the human female as she's always been, and always will be.... while reminding you of your proper place as no more than her personal utility and mindless worker drone. Never be that guy. To Esther Vilar, we are forever in your debt.
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What a great advantage a man can have over women, if he only knew what cold and calculating thoughts are going through her mind…. while her eyes are brimming with tears.
By the age of twelve at the latest, most women have decided to become prostitutes. Or, to put it another way, they have planned a future for themselves which consists of choosing a man and letting him do all the work. In return for his support, they are prepared to let him make use of their vagina at certain given moments. The minute a woman has made this decision she ceases to develop her mind.
She may, of course, go on to obtain various degrees and diplomas. These increase her market value in the eyes of men, for men believe that a woman who can recite things by heart must also know and understand them. But any real possibility of communication between the sexes ceases at this point. Their paths are divided forever.
Why do women not make use of their intellectual potential? For the simple reason that they do not need to. It is not essential for their survival. Theoretically it is possible for a beautiful woman to have less intelligence than a chimpanzee and still be considered an acceptable member of society.