I believe it. In fact, I was at an interview recently where the interviewer actually asked me straight-out if I was married. I couldn't believe it. Such a blatantly illegal interview question! But maybe it just goes to show that I should wear a band.Teal Lantern wrote:I've seen some manosphere blogs that indicate wearing a band is also helpful in landing jobs even though nothing may be said about the band itself.S_Parc wrote:Folks ... my advice, just lie about this one.
Tell ppl that if you're either between relationships or that your GF is out of town. Here's why, you appear *mainstream* normal and then, you can use that situation to network for business or a job.
Realize this, even society's manginas need to find work. And thus, there's nothing wrong in stealth-ing as one, for the sake of business. Remember President Coolidge's saying, the business of America is business.
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A week or two ago I thought of buying a band to wear on my wedding ring finger just because I thought it might get attention of others. Besides, I don't want an American women and if people think you're married you probably get treated better than a single guy. In terms of society related sociology and the common psychology behind it is if the man is married, then he should be responsible from a business perspective. If he's married, many Americunts would either be jealous, want something they can't have so go after it, or know he's with a woman so they think he's been selected which according to the immoral Western women makes him desirable.
I'm currently attending college finishing a degree so I don't know if it would be of any benefit at the moment, but I do believe it would be beneficial.
Sometimes girls wear a ring or two on their wedding ring finger so I don't see why a man couldn't do the same as a way of avoiding women and boosting status during interviews.
The funny thing is, if you ask a woman if she has a boyfriend, you are considered a "creep" and a "weirdo."
I too find it odd when a woman who already has a boyfriend asks me if I have a girlfriend. I have had married women ask me if I have a girlfriend.
It's ok for a woman to ask a man if he has a girlfriend but if a guy asks a woman if she has a boyfriend he has overstepped his boundaries. WTF?
"When I think about the idea of getting involved with an American woman, I don't know if I should laugh .............. or vomit!"
"Trying to meet women in America is like trying to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics."
The dirtbags females want to f**k now don't care whether they have wives or boyfriends, thus giving them a reproductive advantage in the current society, which is one of the reasons the females want to f**k them. Hence by asking if she has a boyfriend you are confirming that you are a decent man (who the female therefore has no sexual interest in) who has an interest in the female sexually, which in the bizarro reverso world of the West, makes you just awful.