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This video is brought to you by a donation from Landon and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, I have thought long and hard on the concept of women vs. Women and think it's worth covering. I have noticed that there seems to be an established hierarchy even among women themselves though most don't seem to realize it. For example each and every woman is trying to beat other women away from potential mates/males. But let's delve deeper. Even women who have a fixation on a certain prospect/man or even male friends is more than happy to show her power/control over a potential orbiting male or a male who is ignorant about female nature while she toys with him like a cat and a mouse. She puts this on display to other women who might be close to, or even have attraction to that man. That particular woman flaunts her power and control overtly to other women, yet covertly to men because they gain the satisfaction of knowing/believing that she is superior to these other women and is basically challenging those other women to prove otherwise. It is a form of validation. Not only that but I have noticed that when a woman draws you into her inner circle of "friends" much of the same goes on. Perhaps you can elaborate on this concept better than I. Cheers!`Well Landon thanks for the donation and topic. I wouldn`t say that it`s so much woman versus woman as it is a battle between a woman that is the alpha in the pecking order trying to make all the other women envious of her if for example she has the best purse, is the most attractive or her boyfriend is the most attractive and the woman below her. She is trying to make the other women envy her and some of those other women might come up to her boyfriend and start a conversation with him and she can`t exactly lose it on them. She has to play it cool. But those other women are trying to make her feel jealous that he is giving them attention instead of her. As a result of her jealousy she wants him even more. Other women if they sense her jealousy also want him more because they see how upsetting it is for her and they get off on that feeling. Again not woman versus woman but jealousy versus envy. I`ll get to more of my thoughts about this in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today`s sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways, now back to the video. Yes women have a pecking order like hens. Of course a woman will feel superior to other women if she can attract and be with a man that other women find attractive. It's the same feeling she probably gets when she gets an expensive purse that the other women can`t afford. It`s all about status. As animals our brains release hormones to make us less stressed and reward us when we rise up in the hierarchy. Our own mind has a drug dealer inside that makes us feel good when we make others feel bad. Mother nature is one crazy bitch. So the more orbiting males a woman has and the more men are attracted to the gravitational pull of her breasts the more she`s going to make other women envy her. I always looked at it as women keeping the orbiters around in case they needed friend-zone attention or they wanted a backup man. Thanks for making me think about this Landon because now I see that perhaps women collect male orbiters like shoes and purses as status items to signal to other women the power and influence they have over men. Men those other women may want for themselves. I don`t think she`s collecting orbiters to challenge those other women directly. Maybe she`s doing it to up lift her social status so that they become so called friends and that they can do favors for her so she can introduce them to their betas and play matchmaker.
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