I Feel Sorry For Women - MGTOW
- Bachelor Pad Economics
Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ADncN9HIa4
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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from J and here's what he has to say: "Hello Sandman, I've been a long time listener and my video request is this. I'll do my best to explain it. I've talked about it with my friend and he seems to think it's because of our inner programming as men to want to protect women. I've noticed that when I "fall in love" with a woman it's largely due to the fact I "feel sorry for her". Don't get me wrong I'm physically attracted to her but there is something deeper where she either doesn't have a lot of money or she is being bullied or she is trapped due to her circumstances or something like that. It seems to me that I get this "I must rescue her" type thinking. I'm wondering if you could point this out or if this is just me or if this is a common theme among other men? It's a very deep feeling that I believe is part of my hard-wiring as a man to protect and provide for a female. My friend says that "love is a man feeling sorry for a woman." Have you experienced this yourself? Do you suppose this feeling is from a biological wiring perspective or insecurity or both? Even when a woman fucks me over I still can't hate her like I should as I still feel sorry for her. For me it's an actual feeling of feeling a sadness for her. It's separate from missing her. It's why I fall in love with her in the first place it seems. I've gotten hot camel toes before and I'm not a desperate guy but maybe I am for true love which as we both know simply doesn't exist? Thanks Brother and god bless." Well J thanks for the donation and topic. I'll get to it in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Bachelor Pad Economics: Anyways, now back to women breeding with men and selecting for simp genes to make it from one generation to the next clown world show. So J first of all we have to establish that these women you fall in love with have to have some sort of sad victim story. Something that makes them appear as though they are incapable of taking care of themselves in the world and when men see this they come riding to the rescue like captain save-a-hoe. Remember that Women's facade of weakness is her strength. She tends to attract a man that will do everything for her. She's not as helpless as she looks. In fact women try and look helpless intentionally to trigger this rescue response from men. They want us to feel sorry for them because that's how they get our attention. Why do you think that women wear high heels and appear to almost be falling over. It's a way to make themselves look artificially unstable to attract the attention, help and love from a man. All subconscious of course. Most men have no idea they are doing this. J it's great you realize what you're doing. There was a study about women in high heels in France and they found that when a woman asked for help wearing flat shoes she got 40% of men to help her. When her heels were higher, in the middle range 60% of men came to the rescue. When they six inches 80% of men came. Subconsciously men feel sorry for women wearing them and we pity them thinking they are about to fall any moment. It has to do with neoteny which is juvenile features in an adult woman. Like a little girl wearing her mothers unstable high heels and about to fall and trip. Women also project that they have the mind of a child and are completely helpless with many tasks and we come riding to the rescue. Neoteny is also why they wear over sized sun glasses and bright colors the way a child would. Children are helpless and adults give them attention. Some women want men to think the same of them. You also asked me if something similar happened to me. I guess you could say that.
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