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It's a movement. It's a theory that does not exist outside of academic environments--the internet, university rallies, women's studies classes. You will probably not be accosted by a feminist in your every day life. For the same reason Nietzsche's Last Man theory doesn't bother me, it's not real, it only exists in the mind. It doesn't bother me because it's about as real in my life as having an internet girlfriend.
It used to bother me a lot to be honest as I read all these manosphere-blogs which instilled this irrational fear of feminism in me. I was angry at all the 'advantages" women have like being the passive part, not having to take action etc. but actually that makes a men's life much more interesting in my opinion. Taking action and creating your life/business/whatever is socially acceptable and as possible as it could be for men nowadays. My awaking came when I debated several feminism issues with my parents (who are not the least bit interested in this topic) and they asked me why this stuff is bothering me so much. I honestly asked myself why it is bothering me so much as I personally NEVER had problems with any feminists picking on me for being masculine and I never heard that from any other people, either. Seems like it was the typical case of not being rooted in the real world and theorizing about things that cannot or do not exist.
I truly feel that men in this forum (including Chris and Scotty) lack a true understanding of just how dangerous being a 'man' in Western society can be.
I'm not saying that to offend you as I used to think the same way but that is just another irrational fear that is caused by reading some of the negative manosphere blogs or watching the news. Being a 'man' - if you are above-average looking - and interacting with women nowadays is probably the least dangerous it has ever been in the history of mankind.
The real feminists helped make the sex life that you want possible in the modern era, as well as changing our world for the better in many other ways.
The "feminists" you are all railing against are just loud bitchy women who are bitter about men and their position in society and use the the banner of Feminism to try to wield power.
Feminism has been responsible for the decrease in the quality of both men and women, it has also damaged family values, and family roles. I would eradicate Feminism from the face of earth if I had the power.
And no, I'm not talking about abortion, women being able to work and vote, etc. I'm up for all of that. I'm not against women at all, it is Feminists who are against men.
Normally, I wouldn’t complain on this particular forum, but this topic strikes a chord with me. I have 2 answers, neither of which is short, so buckle up!
From a GLL perspective, feminism is great. Most of the men out there are so confused how to act as “real men” these days, they let the woman run the show. Thus, many men act too nice and beta around women, buying them shit, trying to be the safe guy, etc. in an effort to get in their pants. This works for us because we can separate ourselves from the majority of dudes out there, look manly (working out, grooming) and act manly (aggressive touching, leading the way) and get some ass. These women need to get laid too and like Chris says, 90% of the women are getting laid by 10% of the guys. And in today’s pro-sex society, I can get laid a ton!
Since I have developed a much better physique, the best compliment I have heard (several times) is “You really make me feel like a woman”. What that means to me is I am doing my job in both my presence and vibe as a masculine man and they can be the submissive female, which is the way the 2 genders should be at their core. It has been so gratifying (and entertaining) to see these women act nervous, babbling incoherently, asking me the same questions twice, etc. when they are in my presence; they are really attracted to my raw masculine presence. Sure it’s nice to hear “nice biceps” or “nice cock” but the prior comment speaks volumes about my overall identity and the fact that she can feel comfortable in her true role as this soft, feminine woman. It was never like that for me 3+ years ago.
On the flip side, this new wave of feminism creates a very poor model of behavior for both guys and girls. Imagine a young dude who is still getting to know himself and/or doesn’t know or can’t embrace the GLL lifestyle. Well, the way men are portrayed in commercials and TV these days is appalling. A couple of sitcoms that come to mind are King of Queens and Everybody Loves Raymond. In both of these shows, the man is portrayed as this wimpy guy who is always trying to connive his way into sex, while the woman is the uptight, pragmatic person.
My sister is overweight, dresses frumpy, is very uptight and identifies as a feminist. Her husband is a Woody Allen type, skinny-fat, no backbone, very beta and passive-aggressive. She runs the show in the household and really doesn’t respect him. Their sex life sucks and I am willing to bet that he doesn’t take care of business behind the scenes. It’s horrific and very imbalanced in my view. She thinks she is strong because she is outspoken, but she is one of those people who is ultra-critical yet can’t take an ounce of criticism herself. That’s a weak, insecure person right there. She doesn’t focus on bettering herself, has a victim mentality and is an absolute pain to be around.
4/1/13: Body Stats- 5'11", 190 lbs., mesomorph, muscular body, no abs (20% BF), doing GLL Fat Loss Diet
4/1/14: 183 lbs., 15.0% BF, need to add more cardio
Goal: 10% BF, 170 - 175 lbs. and a physique similar to Vin Armani (Google Him).
When Feminism started out it was a positive and productive idea that eventually achieved its goal in the countries of origin (female liberation: i.e. legal equality) which is good for us guys as it allows us to fuck them more easily (apparently. still working on that). After reaching its goal, like many revolutionary ideas, it became a negative and regressive ideology that can't think of building anything particularly useful and now only advocates the destruction of things it disagrees with (masculine culture). Negative people piss us off, destructive people disturb us and threaten how we live.
Obviously there are still areas of the world that need female liberation
Big goal: 100 lays - so far 15/100
2019 tally: 9 (2 cold approach)
Stuff to do:
Stick to cut and gym schedule
Find a job/money
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