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The Moth Attracted to the Flame
Hello, guys. I am a 20-year-old college student. Throughout my life, I have had a lot of trouble befriending women and girls, including my own mother. I’ll start off by talking about the experiences I have being around women in general. I feel as though I’m unwanted around them. This idea goes for lots of males and females I have met, but females seem to stand out more. The catalyst of my journey towards MGTOW, though, started when I was in middle school. It was a complete mess, aimed only at progressing the liberal mindset that racism is bigger than ever in the United States of America. This school worried more about race and slavery in the United States than actually teaching the class. Everything about that school was a mess. My parents hated it, and I certainly hated it. It ruined many opportunities for me. It was a KIPP school. About 95% of the students there adopted the negative stereotype of an African-American. They sagged and showed their underwear, they spoke in vernacular, they blasted wretched electro-rap shit, talked about sports and race, support Christianity and soul food, smoked marijuana in places that they shouldn’t, and had loud arguments when they weren’t necessary. I’m a stickler for the rules, and the exact antithesis of that stereotype, so it was hard coping with these people. And let me not forget about the girls there. They got away with everything. My high school experience was light with a lot more diversity and people I can relate to, which was good, but the school was extremely liberal. On top of that, women didn’t like me for some reason. I never understood why. Many of the girls in these schools loved to switch boyfriends to experiment with people, which I considered very deceptive. There were also straight men like me who were discriminated from groups because they were straight men, like me. I remember when I was in a theatre class in a group with five women and one homosexual male, and I was kicked out of the group and forced to comply by the teacher because I was a straight man. My college experience, right now and in brief, is a mix between my middle school and my high school experiences. I don’t like it there. And these schools were not technically my decision. This was the decision of my mother, who’s paying my tuition with her own money, in order to save money. If I had to choose between my mother and my father, I would choose my father. He’s calm, collected, organized, and more accessible to talk to than my mother. My mother makes more money than my dad, approximately $30,000 dollars more, so she’s technically the Don Vito of the house. She harasses my verbally, often times for no true reason or such a small reason. On top of that, she is unwilling to donate the junk that we have at the house. Our home was supposed to be cleaned up by 2010. It’s 2015, and it’s still a mess, and I can’t move anything out or my mother would be pissed. Although I don’t consider myself part of the GamerGate hashtag, I am aware of the fraud journalists and feminists in the video game industry, like the professional victims (Anita Sarkeesian, Brianna Wu, Zoe Quinn) and their male and female slaves. This has spawned and act of challenging third-wave modern feminism in general, and their opponents use their methodology and became no different. This stuff just AMAZES ME. I also can’t take the Baltmore incident seriously anymore. These people are not serious about what they’re fighting for. All they care about is embracing this thuggish attitude of victimhood, and the media will sit around letting people hear what they want to here and not letting people hear what they need to hear. And in the end, all of these people are not doing anything to help the people they say they are fighting for. You don’t hear people like Anita Sarkeesian donating money to a charity or helping out actual rape victims or trafficking victims or women in third-world countries who actually need the help. All they do is complain on YouTube and Twitter. So, this is why I’m on MGTOW. I’m done with the fight for social justice. It’s been abused and corrupted, from feminism to racism and everything in between. These types of things have ruined everything, and the freedom that people have been given is only used for abuse and the degradation of society. This is why I don’t support a democracy. This is why I’m centric. I hate being associated with the left now. I don’t even know if I can support egalitarianism because I feel as though we’ve reached the point where we have shown that a lot of people may not deserve their rights if they’re just going to abuse it. I prefer more of a meritocracy or a type of totalitarian control where people considered rational are in control. Now, this is probably just rambling and complaining to you guys, but I wanted to get this type of information out there to just share my experiences. And that is my introduction.
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The Moth Attracted to the Flame
May 19, 2015
Joined May 19, 2015
Houston, Texas

I think my most profound red-pill moment that I can remember, that can hopefully count, was when I got kicked out of a group for a major project in my theatre class because I was a straight male.

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