I‘m not sure which of these is worse. This first message is from a father to his son, who is also a father, and it’s mostly about how shitty the “females” of the world have been to both of them, allegedly.
Over in the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit, the guys don’t seem to care much for women’s speech patterns, and would probably prefer it if women didn’t (or couldn’t) speak at all.
Over in the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit, an excitable fellow by the name of ClutchNes is giving a little pep talk to his peers.
Attention angry men! If you’re taking a cruise with your wife and she tells you she wants a divorce, the Daily Stormer’s Andrew Anglin has some advice for you: don’t beat her to death in front of your children. No, just push her overboard when no one is looking.
New, or just new to me? I don’t think I’ve seen this particular theory before. From the AskTheRedPill subreddit, which is pretty much always wrong about everything:
There’s trouble in the astral realm. The trouble is that it’s filled with horny Reddit dudes astrally projecting themselves into the spirit realm in hopes of turning some friendly ghost into a friendly ghost with benefits — and getting a little freaked out when the being they’re astrallly schtupping turns out to be a succubus.
A handy tip from the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit. You can literally save seconds by not holding doors open for women.
Even the least-masterful debater knows you can’t win an argument by simply calling your opponent ugly. That’s not a argument; it’s an insult, an ad hominem.
Today, some practical advice for the straight men from the MGTOW subreddit. The topic? Female orgasms and how not to give them, a subject on which your typical MGTOW has vast experience.
Brace yourself. The post I’m writing about today (which can also be found here) is kind of a doozy. Mostly because of its length; it’s 3500 words but seems even longer. I doubt that even one of the regulars on the MGTOW2 subreddit read it all through the end. But I did, so you’re going to have to suffer with me as we make our way through the thick underbrush of very bad prose.