It’s fair to say that Men Going Their Own Way are somewhat critical when it comes to women’s behavior. A case in point can be found in a recent posting on the MGTOW subreddit from a guy who was evidently quite furious that a woman on a date with him asked him what he did for a living.
Incels are so convinced that they suffer more than anyone else in history ever, that I guess I shouldn’t be shocked that some of them actually profess to being envious of rape survivors – because at least someone was sexually attracted to them.
Another brilliant insight from the alternate reality known as the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit: the definitive answer to the question of why there are relatively few women in STEM fields.
Some people think the solution to the whole incel thing is to somehow “redistribute sex” and get these sad boys the girlfriends they pine for s desperately — whether by cajoling or perhaps even compelling women to give these guys a chance, or simply by paying sex workers to take care of their unwanted celibacy.
How is it that so many self-proclaimed nice guys turn out to be so terrible?
Fellas! You know how women are always begging you to be good at sex and maybe cuddle a little with them afterwards? Don’t do it! Because that’s how they get their hooks in you. And also because it’s unnatural for you to be in any way a considerate lover.
Today we return to the Ask The Red Pill subreddit, in which wannable Red Pill alphas turn to their more experienced brothers for assistance in the art of alphahood.
I love the Ask The Red Pill subreddit so much. Because where else can you find questions like this?
What’s the point of living, many people wonder, if you’re not, in some small way, making the world a better place? One Red Pill Redditor recently spelled out his particular contribution to world goodness: saying “no” to fat women who want to date him.
One thing you can say about manosphere meme-makers: despite years of practice, they never seem to get any better at it. Consider the following memes I collected today from an assortment of places from Pinterest to Twitter.