Check out what someone in our Facebook group wrote about our 2 biggest problems with women - feminism and supply/demand. It's so true isn't it?
"Trust me boys, it's not as complicated as it seems.
Most of the problems we have with American women stem from TWO things, the first being the anti-feminist movement. Before the anti-feminist movement women in this country were actually very feminine and nice to look at. They took pride in their appearance. But The femi-nazis convinced them that being an attractive woman made them a sex object and therefore being feminine and sexy, was somehow demeaning.
This stuff is simple biology. A man's first attraction for a woman is almost always physical. It's the same in the animal world. Very normal and natural, nothing to feel guilty about.
But the boneheaded Femi-nazis thought they could change 10 million years of human biology just because a small minority were unhappy with being a woman?
All they did was drive most manly men underground, or in my case, overseas.
Secondly; Supply and demand. There just aren't enough single women to go around in this country, certainly not what most of us would refer to as "desirable" or even "Datable". So, regardless of their appearance, knowing they are still in demand, the women cop an attitude.
That's just human nature.
What compounds the issue is the guys who are hard up enough to lower their standards and actually date these women, some of the spinelss love sick puppy dogs actually begging for their attention, and that supports the woman's cocky attitude. AND it also reinforces her laziness about her appearance.
Overseas, it's a whole different ballgame.
Foreign women, enjoy being women, and they are attracted to masculine men.
Biology. It's a wonderful thing!"
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Meet Foreign Women
"It takes far less effort to find and move to the society that has what you want than it does to try to reconstruct an existing society to match your standards." - Harry Browne, How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." - George Orwell