Contrarian Expatriate wrote:The difference between you and and Yohan is that while you both are married, Yohan is smart enough to be "red pill aware" in that he fully appreciates the myriad pitfalls of marriage for men and has been wise enough to craft his life in ways that avoided them. Some might even consider Yohan a MGTOW, but others would not given his status as a married man. To me, his moniker does not matter because he is unmistakably red pill and of similar mindset of MGTOW and that is what is important.Most MGTOW arguments do not apply to me, since the family legal system where I live is not stacked against men like the system is in many western countries. If you point that out to MGTOWs on some of the forums, they just insult you.
In contrast, you and most other married men live in the fog of blue pill existence where you smugly parrot the harmful nonsense you've been taught by family and religion which are detrimental to yourselves and other men.
It is only when you have been either financially, psychologically, legally, and/or physically harmed by your marriage that the light bulb goes off. It does not matter that you wife is Asian or you do not live in the West, you are still at risk that you would be foolish to ignore and you would be evil to deny in front of young men.
About your recurring complaint of being insulted by MGTOW. If you don't want to be beat upon the face, ensure you first throw no punches.
Finally, there is a married man who considers himself a MGTOW who beautifully describes in the below video how his marriage is a restraint on his freedom and peace of mind as a man. I implore you to watch it to gain a better understanding of MGTOW.
Marriage as a function of the state is undeniably grim. There are other limits on freedom of course. Debt, mortgages, relatives, conscience and duty, and finally, failing health and death. Your personal economic situation will likely determine many of your options.
I am married with kids. This coming year we set sail for an extended voyage in the South Seas. Are MGTOWs happier or more free? Maybe some are, contrarian included, but I have the MGTOW s I know personally as well as the married men beat by a country mile. Personal circumstances vary. A married man sailing the South Seas may very well be happier than the MGTOWs sitting in their mothers basement apartment, dreams and all.
In general, the state and its many women are slave masters.