Hail and Well Met

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    Simulacra
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    Like many, I was drawn here from YouTube and other media whilst surfing our Interweb.

    For me, life has been fairly mixed up. Father died very early doing typically manish things, so I only had my lovely grandmother and mother to aspire to and learn from. My mother was very bright, and despite having me young, went on to be very successful in the media. She was a product of the 50’s so still had the idea of the patriarchy being the enemy, which she tried to impart to me. I am glad she did as it taught me about gender inequality and many other things about women. Sadly, when I was 21 my mother died of cancer. It was the most devastating thing to have ever happened to me. After that, without a father or any siblings, I was alone and just a decent inheritance. Not long after I encountered my fist gold digger, in fact, not just one but three within a year.

    I won’t go into detail but one I think may have been telling the truth about being pregnant. I often wonder what would have happened if she had chosen to have the baby…

    Anyway, fast forward 20 years or so and I start to note s~~~ on TV that offends me about men, such as adverts and new pieces making false statements about men as if they were gospel. After speaking up on my social media channels I also note being shot down in flames by my more left wing friends.

    Recently, having done a lot more research, I’ve been losing friends on my FB channel for writing about mens rights and the hypocrisy of the new wave feminism movement. Seems some people don’t like the truth.

    My latest debate is the myth of the gender wage gap…

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    Simulacra
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    Oh, and just to add, my strongest advocate is one of my mums friends and is a woman. Don’t paint them all the same colour.

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    Tragic to read about your Mom. Mine was diagnosed but survived. I was in complete denial about the whole thing and refused to accept that she was sick. 30 years after her diagnosis, the doctor said she didn’t need treatment anymore. She was shocked. I like to think I willed her to live.

    Don’t paint them all the same colour.

    I don’t IRL. I treat every woman according to her own behavior. When she behaves like a bitch, she will be treated like a bitch. You will be surprised how many women don’t like that. Too bad, I say. Being a bitch is hard work. She can try something else.

    I won’t go into detail but one I think may have been telling the truth about being pregnant. I often wonder what would have happened if she had chosen to have the baby…

    Interesting and so have I. Happened to me twice. I happened to think one of them WAS lying and am 100% sure the other was not. A man doesn’t have any say in the matter, so that (as they say) is that.

    My latest debate is the myth of the gender wage gap…

    Don’t forget to include the gender EFFORT gap. Women complaining about a “wage gap” is like men complaining they don’t make as much as Oprah.

    You can debate and win it blindfolded.
    I would even encourage you to push for a more lofty challenge.

    Welcome to MGTOW and the forums.
    Thanks for writing to us too. Pleasure to read your intro.

    If you keep doing what you've always done... you're gonna keep getting what you always got.
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    Anonymous
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    Welcome bro, say no to the c~~~s, say yes to your mental health.

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