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MGTOW
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I am talking about the chasm that exists right now between men and women, our growing inability to intimately coexist at the moment with Men Going Their Own Way and feminists running amok undermining civilization itself. A growing number of men have gone past the point of no return when it comes to their willingness to tolerate women and have set their minds on separation and a sense of apathy towards women has begun to set in. The standard accusation against such men is that of "misogyny" by feminists - but I argue that men's true feelings about women is not hatred but rather one of indifference, apathy and even disgust. An explanation is required from my part here.

I do not know what women's feelings on the matter are or what their general feeling towards men is. Feminists are entrenched in their conspiracy theories and the new Female Dating Strategy mindset is equally entrenched in a mindset that doubles down on hypergamy. As for men I have my good ear to the ground and I can say with confidence where the winds are blowing in our camp. From browsing the Manosphere, MGTOW, Men's Rights Blogs, websites, Reddit itself, and especially YouTube and all published mainstream articles I can reach through google I have come to the indisputable conclusion that this feeling we as Men feel towards women is not hatred, it is disgust. Let me explain.

The disgust I speak of here is not one of physical or visceral revulsion - as when you see something slimy or rotten - but of psychological disgust rooted in one's moral judgement of something that is considered morally offensive or impure. Yes, disgust is外围体育投注 . Such as when one becomes disgusted, put off, or averse toward another person's behavior, attitude, or beliefs.

This is the emotion that men are feeling towards women on a mass scale which the feminists are brushing off as "misogyny" due to their failure to understand masculine nuance. Men do not hate women, they have simply become both disgusted and disillusioned with them. Men feel like they do not want anything to do with women because they feel offended, disgusted, and scandalized by women. This is why I do not believe - for my part - that reconciliation between men and women is possible at this point. We have become disillusioned and scandalized because our knowledge of women has grown and their nature has been demystified. Men cannot unlearn what they have learned about women's nature.

All that being said I do not believe men who have woken up to reality will ever want to go back to sleep. I see that too many bridges have been burned, too many trenches have been dug and the mutual animosity that now exists permeates the back of a great number of people's minds from both sides. So to add to my question:

  1. What do you believe caused this rift?

  2. 外围体育投注Do you believe separation is the answer? Each gender going their own way.

  3. 外围体育投注Is reconciliation possible or even desirable?

Thanks to all who take the time to read and reply.

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Posted by14 days ago

Last year I was on a jury for a sexual assault case (in Australia).

Something interesting happened during jury selection: the prosecutor (a woman) and the defence barrister (also a woman) used their jury-challenge powers to eliminate young women who were called to come forward. As the jury booth started to fill up, and it appeared to be mostly men in the booth, the prosecutor and defence started using their challenges to eliminate men (any age), allowing women to fill the rest of the jury.

外围体育投注In the end, the jury I was on had 6 men (all ages including me) and 6 women (thirties and older, definitely no teens or twenties).

During the court case breaks, I chatted with the bailiff who escorted the jury around the courthouse. The bailiff explained to me that in my jurisdiction, the legal profession has an unspoken understanding with one another, that all rape / sexual assault court cases should be heard by a jury of 6 men + 6 women but no young women.

I assume the train of thought is young women won't approach the trial objectively and will tend to be biased towards the victim, who is typically also a young woman. But I don't know, just guessing.

Down the track when it was all over (it ended with a hung jury if you want to know) I reflected on how I felt about this situation.

外围体育投注One school of thought is that the prosecutor + defence have a certain number of jury challenges that they can use, and they can use them however they like. They can even coordinate with each other, it's all perfectly legal, so who cares?

On the other hand - juries are supposed to be a sample of the community where the crime was committed, so that the community can pass judgement on the defendant. If a particular subset of the community is being deliberately excluded from the jury, then the jury is no longer reflective of the community. So is the jury's verdict, intended to be representative of the community, really valid - in a deep philosophical sense, not a legalistic-rules sort of sense?

If the lawyers started eliminating everyone that had dark skin from juries, there would be a massive uproar...

Now that the context is established, my question for r/askFeminists外围体育投注 is: should young women be excluded from rape/sexual assault case juries, as is the situation in my jurisdiction?

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WGTOW
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so apparently she’s selling “Gamer girl bathwater” and it sold out on the first day. What the fuck is wrong with moids?

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Posted by25 days ago

Just wanted to know your opinion.

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