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This is a new article from Roosh. It is very powerful, it nails female privilege on the head, check it out!
I suspect life would have been easier for me if I was born a girl. If I was reflecting back on a life lived as a woman during these times, the following is probably what I would have written on my death bed while surrounded by my feline friendsâ€¦
As a high school senior, ready to apply for college, I appreciated the fact that my male competition was discouraged and shamed into a life of video games, porn, or even suicide. Being favored by an educational system that was ruled by female administrators made it easy to get into college. To outcompete the boys, all I had to do was show up.
As a failing student in organic chemistry, I was thankful that I could avoid receiving an D by turning on the water works to my male professor, who was so creepy and pathetic that I doubt he has ever been laid by a beautiful woman like me in his life. Iâ€™m glad he understood my bad grade was a result of not my own lack of effort or personal failings. I ended up getting a B in the class.
As a freshly minted communications major (science ended up being too boring for me), I liked how so many corporations were willing to hire me as an HR or marketing associate. These corporations can only advance through strong communication skills, which men simply donâ€™t have. I tried my best to give preferential treatment to female applicants because we have been held down for so long.
As a party girl who has only been with 46 guys, I enjoyed how I could change my mind about having sex with a guy after I had sex with him. On one morning I looked to the guy on my bed and he seemed a lot more beta than I had remembered when I was enjoying the martinis he was buying me the night before. I was no longer turned on, so it was obvious that I was raped. I called the police and made his life a living hell for violating my body without having been granted 100% full consent. He didnâ€™t get jail time but is on a sex offender list, and had trouble getting a job last time I checked.
As an empowered woman who achieves spiritual enlightenment by opening my legs to only the sexiest and hottest men, I was very happy that the government paid for my birth control, gonorrhea antibiotics, and later, abortions.
As a 35-year-old newly married woman, Iâ€™m a little disappointed that things didnâ€™t work out with the drummer. Iâ€™m resentful that I had to marry a geek, the only man I could find who was willing to man up. He takes all my shit without complaint, and while you think that that would increase my love for him, the opposite occurred I hated him more every day.
As a divorcee of a deadbeat father, a piece of shit man, Iâ€™m satisfied that he was put in jail. My amazing lawyer, recommended to me by my divorced friend, got an alimony and child support payment that was 70% of his income. He couldnâ€™t pay it and is now learning his lesson behind bars. The high payment is fair if you consider the years I wasted on him when he utterly failed to attend to my emotional needs as a vibrant, dynamic, and empowered woman. I made sure to remind his little brat of a son every day what a loser his father is.
As a recent breast cancer survivor, I was thankful that the disease got more research funding than just about all other diseases combined, preventing deaths of so many beautiful mothers and grandmothers. Iâ€™m also thankful to the NFL for making its male athletes wear pink in support of breast cancer and not prostate cancer.
As a dead woman buried six feet under the ground, Iâ€™m appreciative of all the privilege Iâ€™ve had to live a life where women were cherished and valued above men, who finally understand their role as sperm donors and tax payers and nothing more. But even more can be done, and I pass the torch to young women today and tell them to keep up the fight for gender equality, girl power, and female happiness at all costs. Thank god I was born an American girl.
You can read the full essay here along with the comments
"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."
Interesting post from Roosh. I think women to some extent have it better off than men do in the western world but only to some extent.
Globally it's still better to be a man. Plus women are valued more for their looks than anything else. If your an ulgy fat women there is not much value.
Most of the value that women carry if easy hook up. In other words it's much easier for a women to get laid but it doesn't mean they have meaningful relationship. But I understand what Roosh is saying ...
I think Roosh is white guy version of Winston Wu. And I mean this as no offense to Wu. I mean Roosh is about pua but it's more about just getting easy p***y and it's easier over seas than in USA. Because in the states dating or hooking up is allot harder he becomes bitter about western women.
With Roosh it's all about easy of access of p***y and nothing more...and when he cannot get it he wants to blame it on something else..
No. It was more of a nervous laugh. Honestly, it is kind of pathetic. But I am not going to worry as much. Work towards my goal and nail it.
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True for attractive females -- and even then only for a few recent generations.
The next crop (currently 20~29) are going to be in for an unpleasant surprise trying to follow the post-35 trajectory of that article.
The late 20s half are the ones already writing the monthly WHATGMG? articles.
Young men who want to play the game will, when the ladies start swimming upstream to spawn, be able to play the role of grizzly bear.
https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2010/07/2 ... the-nerds/
не поглеждай назад.
"Even an American judge is unlikely to award child support for imputed children." - FredOnEverything