I don’t talk about girls much anymore, esp. given the way this blog started. I guess that is the natural flow of a lot of redpill writers.
I recently have completed over a 30 day pure monk mode challenge, essentially it is no sex, no porn, masturbation etc. Any guy knows how hard this is. Further, I have abstained from chasing girls at all, no online dating, no flirting and so on. I really needed it, I feel like my mind is reset to a pretty good place.
It is really easy to give into the hate. I know I did. You can read the first 2-3 years which was mostly rage at the injustice. This is where the mra, mgtow movements come from. I considered myself mgtow for years, but I don’t anymore. I will talk about it some other time, but essentially it was a loser mentality.
I had wrote something similar years ago: https://eruditeknight.wordpress.com/2014/05/23/a-punch-is-just-a-punch-a-girl-is-just-a-girl/
I kind of got it back then, but not to the same level. I used to be really angry that girls have to DO SHIT and can skate through life with endless attention and free rides. It pissed me off so bad, that is a major undercurrent of hate in the MGTOW movement, is that a girl merely needs to look cute (and usually not even that) and will have thousands of followers, endless free dinners, new guys, new cocks…
But…that is the way they are. They are more like NPCs in videogames. They get the attention but don’t really achieve much in life. They dont philosophize, they don’t invent, they don’t conquer…which btw feminists how many years of this shit do you need to finally actually have girls ‘do’ something?
If I was a spirit and was given the choice between a man and a woman, I would choose man everytime. I don’t get the ‘easy mode’ life, but instead I can think critically, I can live a life of my own choosing, I can have highs and lows that a woman would never understand. I win or lose by my hands alone, not getting carried.
Schopenhauer was a great philsopher no one has heard of, his quote here is appropriate:
You need only look at the way in which she is formed, to see that woman is not meant to undergo great labor, whether of the mind or of the body. She pays the debt of life not by what she does, but by what she suffers; by the pains of child-bearing and care for the child, and by submission to her husband, to whom she should be a patient and cheering companion. The keenest sorrows and joys are not for her, nor is she called upon to display a great deal of strength. The current of her life should be more gentle, peaceful and trivial than man’s, without being essentially happier or unhappier.
Women are directly fitted for acting as the nurses and teachers of our early childhood by the fact that they are themselves childish, frivolous and short-sighted; in a word, they are big children all their life long–a kind of intermediate stage between the child and the full-grown man, who is man in the strict sense of the word.”