Career Woman Tells Me Absurd Things

The other day I was talking with a woman about gender roles, and she mentioned how important having a career was to her.  This conversation brought up a couple interesting points:

1. Despite women gaining all the same opportunities to education, work, voting, and legal rights, they still preferred men who made more money and fulfilled traditional roles of protector and provider.

Of course, in the end, women are still women and so women are hypergamous. Women just decided to take control of their lives and set the bar even higher for men when it came to dating and sex.  Lovely.

2. The “liberated” woman barely acknowledged the benefits and advantages (or even denied them) that women still enjoyed that men could not, such as exemption from military conscription, having the choices in life to 1) work and be single, 2) be married and work part-time, or 3) be married and not work, and generally having an easier time when it came to seeking love and sex. 

Women could care less about your disadvantages as a man, and their advantages don’t amount to much in their pretty, capricious heads.  And yeah, military conscription?  Too bad, a woman’s life is more valuable and you SHOULD risk your life to defend my lifestyle of being a career-driven, masculine women!  And she thinks of this as GRRRRLLL POWER!  Pussies.

3. Why Western women still thought that they were “oppressed” and that our society generally treated men like scum and expendable?  Yet despite such conceptions, why so  many women in other countries thought so positively of American men and are very open-minded to dating them (moreover, if American men are so bad, why don’t American women go abroad and find “better” men?)

Feminists have been brainwashing our society for decades.  At this point, women are more or less equal to men and more.  It’s just brainwashing.  In reality, American men are usually nice and do believe in an equal partnership with a woman.  However, feminists have turned feminism from a movement about equality to one about female supremacy and hatred of men (including good, decent men).  And of course foreign women tend to like American men.  Remember, women are hypergamous?  The US is still the top superpower economically, culturally, militarily and politically.  Thus, women in many foreign countries think American men are high status.  Not to mention, remember the feminist brainwashing?  Forty years of feminist indoctrination has turned most American men into understanding, kind men who treat women with admiration and respect (until the day men take the red pill).  So high status + treating women as equals+ being kind and understanding towards women = attractive to foreign women.

My friend was speechless by the time we finished.  She couldn’t argue back.  Win.


The Red Pill Paradigm and a Toast to My New Life.

Welcome to my first post on my first blog.  If you’re reading this, you probably could care less about me and what I have to say.  Well, that’s fine with me.  Go screw off then.

If you’re still here, here’s what I am declaring:

I have taken the red pill and have decided that following the traditional paradigm on life no longer works.

From the first day we went to school, the men of my generation (Generation Y or the Millennials) have been told that if we studied hard in school, passed those AP tests, scored high points on the SAT’s, and then got into a top university, we would be handsomely rewarded with an awesome career in a corporate office that will pay us well.  Let’s call this corporate slavery

And on the flip-side of the same coin we also have been told that if we acted nice, courteous, chivalrous and respected women, we would get the girl and live happily ever after.  And for a large portion of our lives, most of us pedastalized women and thought they were delicate angels who could do no evil.  Let’s call this the nice guy syndrome.

Boy did we eat this shit up, didn’t we?  Nothing like the smell of deception and bullshit.

Reality looked far different though.  We thought we would be getting high-flying jobs out of college in companies and government-related positions.  After all, our parents, society, high school counselors, pastors, and even television told us the road to riches lay in studying our asses off in school.  Yet, in these dire economic times our diplomas have been reduced into merely pretty paper on our walls while most of us either stay at home unemployed or working at jobs that don’t even require our pretty paper.  And the girls?  They (Generation Y American women) are possibly the most self-absorbed, self-entitled, spoiled group of womankind on the planet.  We learned early on that being a nice guy did not get you anywhere with women.  They put you into the dreaded “friend zone”: a contemptuously miserable purgatory where the women we yearned for saw us as lowly neutered nothings.  In other words, being a nice guy got you nowhere with women.  Thus, the nice guy syndrome.  Boy did society lie to us big time.  So after studying our asses off all those years hours upon hours after school in high school , stressing over often college-level (AP classes anyone) chemistry and calculus tests, and being most courteous, respectable gentlemen we can be, most of us men have come out empty-handed and bewildered… if not betrayed by society.

Thus, the Red Pill Paradigm.  I have taken the red pill.  I have accepted that being a worker slave in the corporate world may no longer be secure or desirable.  I no longer have to pursue what society tells me is “right.”  And with the nice guy syndrome?  I can choose to either learn game and learn to really enjoy women by treating ‘em like crap and with disrespect, or I can solely put my attention on women who aren’t my counterparts: feminine, appreciative, respectable foreign women (there are literally hundreds of foreign countries out there!)

We now live in a society that favors women more and more.  Women want to take our jobs and do our work.  I’d say let them.

And I say as men to ditch marriage altogether, serious relationships with most women, and parental responsibility whatsoever.

Here is a toast to accepting the red pill paradigm. I have taken the red pill.  Have you?

“Rising from the ashes.  Seeking for the truth.  Reveling in the light.  I am boheme chinois.”