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Women Dating Violent Men - MGTOW

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Published on 25 Feb 2021 / In People & Blogs

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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,

This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonymous and he has a lot to say so before I get to it let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Swan Bitcoin: Anyways, now back the commiefornia clown world show and here's what Mr. Anonymous has to say: "Hey, Sandman, I want to discuss another phenomenon I've observed in Commiefornia and see what you and your viewers think about it. This is the phenomenon of chicks who seem to prefer guys who are violent with them. If you hear feminists speak you get the opposite idea, they're always complaining about "violence against women". And of course in 1994 Bill Clinton signed the "Violence Against Women Act". Liberals and feminists are always complaining about "violence against women", then why do so many women prefer guys that rough them up? The first time I ran into this phenomenon I was dating a chick in Northern California named Lori. I went to Lori's house one night and we ate some food and drank some booze and talked. I had brought a video over and about midnight Lori said "why don't we go in the bedroom and watch the video?" It was a rather inviting line. As we watched the video I began giving Lori a neck and shoulders message--often a good tactic with chicks! After about 15 minutes of this I tried to kiss her. She rebuffed me by saying "I don't want to have sex with you because I'm not in love with you!" I tried on several other occasions to get physical with Lori, but she kept turning me down, until finally I gave up on Lori. But we stayed friends and we talked on the phone occasionally. Then one day we were talking on the phone and she told a story that shocked me. "Darcy broke into my house and beat me up!" she explained. "And she trashed my house and kept beating me up until the police came!" Darcy was a woman Lori was "in love" with. Darcy was an alcoholic who had been in a mental hospital when I first met Lori. Darcy also had warrants in every county in the area. Apparently, Darcy had gotten drunk and broken into Lori's house and had beaten her up. "But I love her so much!!" Lori concluded her story. Of course, she couldn't have been in love with me because I'm not an alcoholic in a mental hospital! I had never come across this type of behavior before, until I moved to California, so I was confused. The second time I experienced a situation like this was when I was seeing a chick named Rachel. I met Rachel on Venice Beach and she was homeless, so I let her stay at my place for awhile. Rachel was also an alcoholic. I tried to help her by give her self help books, psychology books, and information on AA. I also let her stay at my place so she could try to get a job or start a business and try to get off the street. Rachel was also a former model and quite good looking, so I tried to get physical with her several times, but she kept rebuffing me. It seemed like it wasn't going anywhere and she never looked for a job or anything, so I finally asked her to leave. About a year later I talked to Rachel on the phone and she told me she was in a situation of domestic violence. The guy she was with beat her ever night and she had been in and out of jail herself for domestic violence. My being nice to her and trying to help her get off the street of course was not nearly as attractive! And the fact that I had been on "America's Got Talent" since we split and people said I had the best act on the beach didn't help either. The "cool" guy was the guy who who hit her every night! The most exciting thing that happened to me in California was when I was on NBC's "America's Got Talent" in 2013. I was especially excited when I found out that it was the #1 show in the country!! I asked a chick named Amanda to go with me, but she said "No".






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blkhand
blkhand 1 month ago

Sandman gave this mofo the business

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RoboCat
RoboCat 1 month ago

And this is yet another reason why if I were walking down the street at night and saw off of the path that a woman was being brutally raped, I would simply keep walking without hesitation. It is women themselves that deliberately place themselves in those situations andthey will not feel remorse to use the full force of government against you for interfering even if you saved her.

Those 'violent men' are what they seek. They will "protect them from you" even when you are trying to help and will not use gynocentrism against the 'violent men'. As I alluded though, women however will use gynocentrism/the state to completely destroy you over the slightest perceived offenses even if they don't actually exist.

Let the women do their thing. Just remember that if and when things go wrong for them, do not help them. Do not enable their evil acts or idiocy.

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ElHombreporsuCuenta
ElHombreporsuCuenta 1 month ago

It's that simple: HYBRISTOPHILIA

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RossGray
RossGray 1 month ago

multiple women i went out with straight up told me whey wanted to be spanked

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Shadow Monk
Shadow Monk 1 month ago

Women are doing it to themselves.

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Hammerhead69
Hammerhead69 1 month ago

Women dig the violence and get to use it for attention. They seem addicted to rage junkies.

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scott sanger
scott sanger 2 months ago

DV is just another thot tool.......... females attain the mental maturity of a 15yr old girl..... females enjoy the drama of DV not the pain......... but the massive attraction that they can garner knows no other. 15 yr old girls...... that is who you are trying to communicate with, is it any wonder they are complete flakes.

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