Giving up on dating book
Many men, it seems, have decided women aren’t worth the trouble.
They are eager to participate in one-night stands, but that’s about the extent of their willingness to commit.
Thus was born a movement called “Men Going Their Own Way,” or MGTOW.
I had never heard about it before last fall, but once brought to my attention, I’ve seen related stories cropping up all over the place.
Turns out there were so many “discrepancies” in Jackie’s story that Rolling Stone was forced to print a humiliating retraction.
“Never before in history have relations between the sexes been so fraught with anxiety, animosity and misunderstanding,” notes Milo Yiannopoulos in a Breitbart article. Women have given up on monogamy, which makes them uninteresting to us for any serious relationship or raising a family. Even if we take the risk, chances are the kids won’t be ours.
“To radical feminists, who have been the driving force behind many tectonic societal shifts in recent decades, that’s a sign of success: they want to tear down the institutions and power structures that underpin society, never mind the fall-out.” This article interviewed European men who are grim about their future. In France, we even have to pay for the kids a wife has through adulterous affairs.” “[T]he sight of society breaking down, and ordinary men and women being driven into separate but equal misery, thanks to a small but highly organized group of agitators, is distressing,” continues Yiannopoulos.
In short, men and women are so suspicious of each other’s motives, neither can trust the other and often withdraw into eternal singlehood rather than risk ugly consequences.
The result of this mutual distrust is rampant meaningless uncommitted sex and a dearth of solid, happily married couples.
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Whatever “issues” Jackie has in her life, it didn’t involve a gang-rape by the members of the fraternity she accused.