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Female Nature In Fiction - MGTOW

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Published on 03 Jan 2022 / In People & Blogs

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Brian and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman my favorite rabbi on the internet, I have a topic about how the red pill changes one’s perspective on female fictional characters in movies, shows, books, video games etc. A lot of fictional female characters I've liked I don't even look at them the same way anymore. One example of this would be from a game called Dragon Age Origins (one of my top 5 games of all time), there is this female character that you can romance if you're playing a male grey warden, her name is Morrigan. She is a Mage in the game and her personality in the game is that she’s a pragmatist to a point where she seems cold hearted and evil, and she's bitchy. The romance starts off as a friends with benefits until later in the game after giving her a gift that is a golden mirror that has sentimental value, and killing her post wall demonic dragon single mother, she starts developing feelings that blossom more than a friends with benefits. She stops having sex with the male warden until near the end part of the game where she offers the chance to do a sex ritual that can save the characters life, as the soul of the archdemon will transfer to the child that was conceived to the ritual (the reason being is that grey wardens are supposed to kill this demonic dragon called an archdemon, as grey wardens are the only ones able to kill it, but this results in the grey warden dying in the process as delivering a death blow to a archdemon kills the grey warden who delivered it), the Male grey warden can accept this offer or not, be whether or not the male grey warden accepts, Morrigan will still have the main characters child, since the main character has dicked Morrigan down a lot. However Morrigan and the warden go there separate ways, and its not until the DLC Witch Hunt that the main character finds Morrigan again, you have the option to be with her again and your child, and she seems happy that your character wants to be with her. The unrealistic part in all of this is how Morrigan “loves” the grey warden. To give you context Sandman, Morrigan was raised by a single mother who was a witch, who essentially taught her that power is most important and that you can only rely on yourself, you know typical feminist bullshittery. The point I'm trying to make is that a lot of these writers (especially around I’d say the 20th century to mid 2015s) generally don’t really write relatively convincing female characters since these fictional characters aren't hypergamous like real women are. Hell in the game you can get a lot of approval for gifting morrigan with jewelry pieces. Ever since I’ve been redpilled, I’ve noticed the trend that a lot fictional female characters aren’t written as hypergamous as their real life counterpart. Would this be on account that a lot of these writers are unaware or that they are aware but they write their female characters how they want to? Anyways sandman have a nice thanksgiving in Cucknada." Well Brian thanks for the donation and topic. When you sent this it wasn't Thanksgiving in Canada. Plus because this country is one with a loyalist past our Thanksgiving was to give thanks to one of the future Kings of England not dying instead of pilgrims getting food from Indians. I'll discuss female nature in fiction in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The men's Guide To High Conflict Divorce:

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hqwebsite 23 days ago

This is why I rather watch female protagonist of non western movies nowadays! There are classic shows that is simply timeless.


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