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I am planning to get out of Toronto soon. The city is good, parks, a lot of qualities but people here are not themselves, disconnected, women have an axe to grind with men, and the attitude is unhealthy for men. quite shocking.
I’ve only lived in Toronto for about ten months, but I could feel the tensions between men and women in this city.
It is true that many Canadian women in Toronto rarely give eye contact to men, and if they do, it’s sheer hate, anger and revulsion for men. As someone who studied Shamanism and Eastern spirituality, this negativity from women is quite shocking that I wonder if there is a Gender War in Toronto.
That's the dilemma of living in first world cities. Advanced infrastructure, high quality of life, availability of well-paid jobs, safety for children and the elderly. And "disconnected" people.
I live in the Philippines and I am in London, where I used to live, for a few days. I can see the same zombified people riding the tube, spending most of their idle time buried in their smartphone screens, even if there is no Internet connection (do they play games, read offline news, organise their photo galleries?).
Outside the underground system it's not that different: people resort to talk about the weather, their job situation, their mortgage and expenses as a means to avoid the slightest opportunity to talk about anything meaningful to either (or both) parties.
As a Western society, we have become afraid "to touch" the other, afraid to ask something that might make them feel uncomfortable. People nowadays have become so sensitive and solipsistic that even the smallest comment that they don't like will make them stop having any contact with you. If human relationships are so flimsy and easy to be swept away in the wind, like dandelion, how is it even possible that two people find the time and effort to forge a good friendship, let alone a relationship?
There in the Philippines, for all the problems Manila and the rest of the country are mired in, at least people have a sense of "togetherness". They are curious about asking stuff to each other, spending time together. It's so easy for your work mates to become close friends, it's unbelievable. It should be pure logic..those are the people you spend the most time with, besides your family.
I kind of envy my gf, she can go out almost everyday if she wanted to, she has three social circles to choose from: her friends from high school, her friends from college, and her colleagues. I met a sample of all three of them and they all seem nice people, interested to know more about me. I did not feel any tension with any of them, despite most of them being 1) girls 2) 10+ years younger than me and 3) from a different cultural setting.
Toronto is a concrete jungle, but it has a small town mentality to it. Women in Toronto are also very uptight, angry and hate men even if the man is walking on the street wearing sunglasses and looking ahead & not looking at women.
Did I also mention that approaching women in Toronto is considered a hate crime? Toronto women have let it be known that they hate men that even if a man accidentally goes near a woman's presence, she can call the police to arrest the man for criminal harassment or other offenses in Canada law.
The law is against men in Toronto. Feminists and the LGBT community have more rights than men in Toronto. This was not the case in the UK when I was working there at one of the top financial institutions from 2009-2014. Sure, marriage laws in the Anglosphere favor women, but this feminist moral panic in Toronto is obscene. It is probably illegal to look at a feminist in Toronto.
Look at this in Toronto public transit:
I remember looking into the eyes of a female in Toronto. I think it was a street car. She looked back in anger. I just kept starring into her eyes. Then she looked back in fear. So underneath I do not think she was a bad person. She just had been conditioned to respond to men this way.
Yes, feminists pretty much control Toronto. Slutism is promoted and domestic violence incidents are instigated. If you accidentally bump into your girlfriend or wife you are in for a heap of trouble and 'anger management' classes and or criminal charges.
There are men that are feminists there too.
I remember an article a few years ago, about some women from Toronto who were complaining that they couldn't meet any men. This is probably part of the problem. I wish they would write a follow up article on what happened after they moved to New York.
A lot of the people in these large cities think they are too important to talk to you. I even try to say "good afternoon" to some men as we walk by, and they just ignore me or speak bitterness instead. It's quite interesting.
Are you specifically talking about cold approaches or warm approaches? I think warm approaches are much better. Cold approaches may work at rare times, but it is likely you'll run into some very mean women.
Where are you moving to now?
A good man is above pettiness. He is better than that.
On top of the abysmal situation with women, most large US cities have become lgbt-controlled, high-tax, corrupt, ghetto-ass shitholes. My wife and I were recently looking at houses/condos in our city and it's insane how expensive it is to live inside the city, and how much downside there is (burgeoning property prices, shitty schools, high taxes, crime, no decent public transit).
It's insane that I worry about my wife taking the bus at 2pm with her friend in our US city (getting hassled by some homeless prick or piece of shit thug) but when I was in Hong Kong with her, I wouldn't worry at all if she was taking public transit alone at 11pm.
The problem with how the law is interpreted in Toronto is that if that woman was a militant feminist aimed at hiring the blue shirts with guns on men for every trivial issue, you could have been charged with intimidation or criminal harassment because she "feared" you. And what is with the seating layout of the newer TTC vehicles? Toronto women don't want eye contact, and every cop and bureaucrat knows this because they likely are part of the problem, but the newer buses and streetcars have seating arrangements where one sits opposite a Toronto woman, like in those Mc Donalds table setups. It doesn't make sense. Those seats will increase false and trivial complaints of harassment.
@ Adama, I don't approach these worthless Canadian women in Toronto because p4p is cheaper, less likely to complain to police and makes one way happier than trying to date these feminist Jezebels.
Many men in Toronto are afraid of interactions because if they offend a feminist, a lesbian, a faggot, a fudge packing child molester, an SJW or any protected religious group, it's jail time. Canada is so unjust in their harassment and hate laws that many men end up in prison for a long time because of a lengthy trial.
In Toronto, the feminist women are empowered that if they hate a man, they can send BOTH the police and armed gangsters on the man.
Gangsters in Toronto only get a few years of prison for charges like manslaughter, human trafficking and other serious crimes, but if a man offends a feminist or SJW, it's considered a crime that is under harassment and hate laws = at least five to ten years imprisonment.
Canadian feminist laws are extremely severe compared to Public Order laws which are used against preachers in the UK. A Toronto woman just has to accuse a man of offending or making her feel afraid, and it's a Gregory Allan Elliott trial and the risk of many years in prison. Toronto is a Police State that is run by feminists, lesbians and faggots that hate on men.
Only a few more hours until I officially leave this feminist zombie toxic dump....I'll wait until I leave Toronto before speaking my mind entirely on this feminist garbage state.
Some people aren't religious, but I believe that feminism is just as bad as homosexuality. Because feminists teach women that it is okay for women to rule over men. The thing they have in common is this: they have perverted their natural use into that which is against nature. They've turned things upside down, to do the opposite of what God intended.
What's more, if you even dare to open your mouth to speak against their perversion and their sin against nature itself, they'll say you're filled with hatred, when really it is them who are filled with hatred for the natural order of things.
Feminist instructors are also in deep trouble, because they are teaching things contrary to the laws of God. Anyone who is teaching such things will face the greater condemnation, as James tells us. They are all enemies of Christ.
Poor, poor feminists. They which lead thee cause thee to err. They have thoroughly corrupted themselves, and abased themselves down to hell by becoming servants of corruption. By liberating themselves from the laws of God, they've really banished themselves from eternal life. Poor, poor feminists.
A good man is above pettiness. He is better than that.
No one should feel their pain, or feel sorry for Toronto feminists.
Lots of n hate straight men, yet they cheer on fags who walk nude at Toronto Gay Pride parades every summer.