An Affair to Remember

Being saturated with information thanks to smart phone, tablet, and goodol’ boobtube (I love the used of classic specially it burns politically correct morons) the most important things are easily missed. Very few people would pay attention to any laws in the midstof midterm fake election & oohin and ahing over Hurricane and leeming fleeing from the same location umpteen time. Maybe, it’s southern version of S&M. To each his own.

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Hardly anyone notice that under traditionalists conservatives government. Judges are punishing men for dating married women. Naturally, these laws are supported by “Men Rights” because they got burn by their cheating wives, and cheered by their second wives who run the Men Rights clubs in the first place. That is why they are always running Soap Opera about alimony, child support their husband paying to ex etc. Above picture pretty much represent Men’s Right 95% of their leaders are women!

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Did you hear about: ” man who sued his wife’s lover received an eye-watering $8.8 million in compensation.” CNN Headline “A man cheated with someone else’s wife and is now paying for it“. How come she is not penalized? After all she is one who broke the vows. The fact is the only way she was able to cheat on her husband is by lying to other men by pretending to be single.

No one in the media care to the ask important questions.

  • What if the man met her in the club?
  • How is he to know that she was married? W
  • Why is it always men’s fault whenever cheating occurred?

Many people have asked why MGTOW boycott marriages, or livein relationship.

Well now you know!

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MGTOW Film Review: Poison Ivy 4

Unlike many movies coming out of Hollywood this film admits to a dark side of women’s nature. What interests us here is the relationship of a “farm boy” Will. A naive man with room temperature I.Q who does not realize that his girlfriend Danielle “Daisy” Brooks is only holding on to him until someone better comes along.

This movie tries to normalize hypergamy. Daisy keep her cuckhold boyfriend in the dark while she sleeps around with rich power students in the university. Yet, every time her country boy calls her she gives him a “hopeful” answer that she will be coming back once her study are completed.

As the movie progress we learn that Daisy attention was far beyond her education. She also joins University sorority girls. She learns quickly Graves family has a lot of power in the school. Mr. Grave is a the professor, and his wife Elizabeth is the Dean. Also, their son Blake is attending the same school.

Realizing the politics of her school and the fact Blake was interested in her. She does everything in her power to keep him interested while pretending to be innocent. Nonetheless, she makes sure that Blake knows that she is serious about him. This allows her to build a close relationship with Blake’s father who was also her professor. Even Blake mother scolds her son for trying to ruin a “poor farm girl”.

All the while her boyfriend was still holding out hopes that she will come back and they will build a family of their own. Like most misandrist women she makes sure that her country bumpkin boyfriend doesn’t find out that she is cheating on him.

Daisy was able to climbed her way to the top. However, her clash with sorority girls who were from upper class did not end well. However, her conflict with rich girls brought misfortune to many rich families. Even Blake father died, and other rich families lost respect and got embroiled into scandals. As a result of her arrogance she was outcast by everyone in the school.

No rich man would date her now. Marrying a rich man is no longer possible for her. In fact no in the city would date her. She decided to go back to a farm life where her cuckhold of a boyfriend was still waiting for her on the farm.

When you watch the movie, you will notice that Hollywood try to “normalize” female hypergamy. One of the most revealing movie scene was when Daisy go out with rich powerful girl and gets free clothes, makeup, shoes and more. Her roommate warns her, so does her new boyfriend Blake. Yet she ignores their warning. She was attracted to wealth and money and she work hard to get out farm town. Therefore she was not going to let anyone tell her any thing.

She did not feel guilty for cheating on her boyfriend, she felt it was justified. In fact her farm boyfriend was represented as a creep. Someone who wanted to chain this poor smart farm girl to a radiator, and made lots of babies so she can’t go out and get life”experience”.

Despite smoke and mirror trick, message comes out quite clearly. Relationship are not made of love, but of money.

For us it is a one more indication why we should avoid getting married, and stay single.