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Please, can everyone from now on refer to them as western women, not american women. That's the trouble with you USAians, even when it comes to western women, you think the world revolves around your neck of the woods. Come on, they're western women. That is all.
Then how come on this forum and many others including RooshV, Puahate, ROK, NiceGuy, etc...they include the derisive term "Western women" to include America, Canada, Australia, the U.K. and some Western European countries? And, how come there are so many PUA, MGTOW and HappierAbroaders from other Western countries including many of the countries I just listed above?
Are you telling me that not all Western women are like that? Cuz, it seems to me, the majority of them do act the same. ...
How about we just use the term "anglo women"? That way we can still use the term AW. Or just call them Anglas, using a feminine ending.
Because it isn't just anglo women that are like that.most of western and northern europe,and 1st world asia is like that.we should call them mechanized world women..
its not a ''cultural'' problem,its a technology problem.Ã¡nd thats where the whole anglo and western women labels are false.
Stardusk has alot of videos on this.that it isn't a cultural problem,its a technology problem.
No I'm saying that the term used should be western women, not american women (unless one wants to refer specifically to american women). I'm not saying anything about who is like what and who isn't, I'm just saying that american women aren't the only western women. , and a lot of the things that apply to american women apply to many other western women.
We here are generally not keen on western women. But there's more to western women than just american women. I'm just saying that it's all become a bit UScentric.