Dating The Perfect Woman LOL - MGTOW
Surviving 4th Wave Feminism
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, I wanted to offer some insights regarding your recent interest in women going their own way. I just came out of a 2 year relationship with a girl who's creativity and work-ethic overrode her base instincts. She's an artist and spends most hours of the day drawing or getting inspiration for her art. To most people she comes off as cold, socially awkward, and weird. Because of this she only has a a few friends, but they're good friends that she's known for years and she's extremely loyal to them. She also had zero experience with men before me. We started off as acquaintances working in the same space. Over time we became friends and eventually she confessed to me that she had feelings. The relationship was awkward at first. She had a lot of hangups, intimacy scared the hell out of her, and she tested me often to see if I was trustworthy. She lost her dad when she was a little girl so she had an intense fear that anyone she loves will leave her eventually. We're both young and I cared about her, so I endured, and after a few months she finally let her guard down and the relationship was pretty damn good. She wasn't high maintenance, but she did want validation like any girl. She was clingy, but not in an off putting way. She wouldn't keep me from doing my own thing, but would want to be close when we were together. Whenever she'd get in a creative drought she would get extremely depressed and almost cease to function. I would encourage her and help her out of the funk and she was extremely grateful each time. I think the downfall of our relationship was physical intimacy. As you can guess it took a while for her to do anything with me. When I finally took her virginity she opened up for a while and we had a healthy sex life. She became comfortable with me and with herself. But because of this comfort-ability she no longer worried about the relationship. When we'd hang out she just enjoyed my presence while we both did our own thing. And while that was nice I still wanted to boink her. She began to think that's all I wanted her for. I tried to explain that I love her for so much more, but the smashing was how I felt connected. It never amounted to anything. At this time she also began talking to some dorky guy from her job. I wasn't threatened by the guy, but I knew that he had ulterior motives. I told her as much, and that I wasn't comfortable with it, and I was met with "he's just a friend, there's nothing to worry about". I had enough and broke up with her over it and she was devastated. I regretted pulling the trigger for a while and it took me a few months to get over my own hurt. Now I'm in a much better place and I don't regret a thing. I think a lot of guys will hear about these women going their own way and have hope that they'll find one and make a wife out of her. I want these guys to know that you have to have a similar personality. You have to be extremely productive and possibly a little on the spectrum to be able to tolerate a relationship with one of these girls. That sounds harsh, but it's true.
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