Women Are Not the Enemy

heman woman haterA great post from Simon Grey on why the “woman strike” is going to fail:

The second reason is more telling. Aside from a few precious anonymous internet commenters who will undoubtedly descend to the comments section of this post to disprove the assertions of this sentence’s second clause, I doubt that there are any men who turned down marriage proposals from women because said men were on a woman strike.  Stated another way, alphas who can pull submissive hotties are not the ones going on a marriage strike.  Rather, it is the lower betas—either the ones who were at one point married to ugly, contentious hellcats or those whose market value was so low they couldn’t even get the attention of even the ugliest, most contentious hellcats—who are calling for a strike.  This is akin to the currently unemployed forming a union and then refusing to work until their demands are met.

This is a big part of why I can’t support MRAs: their obsessive desire to turn men and women against each other. Feminists have already done enough damage in this department.

While morons will label me a “misogynist” for my association with the manosphere, I don’t hate women. I don’t love them either: I’m indifferent towards most women, just like I’m indifferent to most people I don’t know. A “marriage strike” is one thing, since marriage is a horrible deal for men as it exists right now. But celibacy? Not happening.

Read Next: Why Are Feminists Such Weaklings?

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  1. MenDiscontinued says

    Didn’t your article just say about hypergamy? There’s risks of that, of even dating women too for false allegations. It’s not abandoning them on purpose, rather, staying clear of the potential risks.


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