Well, it’s becoming obvious that the three major ideologies within the manosphere are splitting up. Look at Roosh bashing MRA’s. And of course, MGTOW’s berate PUA’s as pussybeggars. There are other ideologies within the manosphere such as alter-righties. And of course, there was that clusterfuck Inmalafide. You had White Nationalists and all other sorts getting into all kinds of fights.
Anyways, lets see how a PUA, MRA and MGTOW may look upon male disposability.
“It’s my job to “man up” and hit on/cold approach women. What’s a few drinks thrown in the face and hundreds of rejections for some sweet, tight poontang. Those other men with approach anxiety are beta mangina’s and average frustrated chumps who will go home to their hand and cry themselves to sleep with incel hate-rage.”
I’ll give PUA’s credit for one thing, in modern culture it is men who are expected to make sexual advances and take the risky initiative–and they acknowledge that reality without question. Sure, a woman may give off signals that she would like to be approached. She might even start conversations or lightly flirt. That being said, most men aside from rockstars and professional athletes will find casual sex and one night stands hard to come by. And many men might not even consider that a worthy goal. But if that’s you, well, I guess you can become a rockstar or make a shit-ton of cold approaches, let us know how it all works out-I’d love to check out the album…
Now rejection sucks. I tried online dating and had a disaster date. I’ve thought about blogging about the experience but even under a pseudonym, I’d rather not be laughed at online. It felt worse than being punched in the stomach and I woke up feeling down the next day. A similarly painful experience to when I was trying to find a job. I believe the reason that men are put into the initiator role is because of “male disposability.” There could be other reasons such as men having higher on average libidos (that is to say men as a group have higher libido’s although you may find women with libido’s far higher than the average man.) I asked feminist Clarisse Thorn if the reasons why men were left to the the heavy lifting of initiating and escalating a sexual encounter/relationship.
This was her reply:
“I don’t really care whether the difference is cultural or biological; those puzzles are impossible to untangle with humanity’s current toolset. I’m more interested in observing what’s actually going on and dealing with it.”
Her response seems to line up with PUA’s, “who cares why men are in this situation, make lots of approaches, quit being a sissy boy and deal with it.”
to be continued….