Men who come to call themselves MGTOW have fundamentally come to the same conclusions about women, relationships, the legal system and so on. What they learned is that marriage is a scam; a legal mechanism of wealth transfer from the man to the woman. They see this scam rip apart men's lives all around them. They do not learn this FROM the MGTOW community. They bring these observations INTO the community. They see women, who, of their own free will, with glee and a sense of justified righteousness choose to exploit anti-male laws in family courts to fuck men out of money and their children.
Furthermore, relationships with women are no better. As the phases of a relationship move from dating, to co-habitation, engagement, and marriage, a steady stream of ever growing expectations and demands is placed upon the man. His time becomes monopolized by a slow creep of "responsibilities" hoisted upon him by threat of arguments, pouting, and withholding of sex. This is done gradually but inevitably. It may take a woman a decade to completely break a man's spirit and replace it with the banal mediocrity of her image of what he ought to be and what he ought be doing as a "real man." Once he is completely crushed by this long siege, nothing is left of him but a beast of burden who is meant to bring home an ever larger paycheck so they can go on "vacation" or get that new living room set.
When you look into the eyes of a man in a "successful" marriage/relationship that has lasted a decade or more, all you see is sorrow and regret for a wasted life. This man would all but have killed himself by then had he not, for all those years, kept the single belief in mind that this life, the life he led, is what a happy life is supposed to look like. Knowing no better, as he has long ago dismissed his youthful joys and adventures as "childish", he sits in his mental prison in anticipation of death.
What MGTOW does is rally men to a single flag where they can all share these most obvious observations that have been all around them. Each man in the MGTOW community shares their observations, which, when pointed out, are immediately accessible to other MGTOW through a reflection on their own autobiographies.
Why MGTOW is global and why is it unstoppable is not because MGTOW men are converting other men. It is because women are the same the world around, and THEY convert men into MGTOW by virtue of their nature. MGTOW are of all races, all cultures, and all ages. It is composed of millionaires alphas who have had hundreds of women and also neckbeards who may still be virgins living in their parents basement.
The thing that terrifies women the most is not that MGTOW is composed of loser virgins but that in fact it is replete with men that women would deem winners and marriage material. MGTOW have taken their lives back. Shaming will not work on us. Neither will some herd morality appeal to being a "real man", or an "adult", or this or that .. blah blah blah. It just does not work anymore.
MGTOW is not a controlled demolition of the apotheosized woman by a small vocal group of men. It is a global wild fire fueled by the oxygen of women’s behavior. To snuff MGTOW, if this is really your goal, you will need to do the one thing you will never do; bring women to heel.
Since no detractor dare even whisper such a solution much less lay any responsibility at the feet of women, everyone will need to get used to the idea that MGTOW is here to stay and that it is growing immensely every single year. But I do have some consoling words for our fine MGTOW detractors.
Within a generation or two there will no longer be men calling themselves MGTOW. There will be no need, as what we call MGTOW knowledge today will be called common-knowledge then and the MGTOW life will just be known as life. All that need to happen for this prediction to come true, is to continue to let women be women.
Thanks for listening.
The Three MGTOWTEERS - Book Review
I do not often read fiction as compared to non-fiction. However, when I do decide to read fiction I follow one rule fairly strictly. I never read works of fictions that have been published after the 1950s. This was a rule I have come to adopt after becoming conscious of the radically different portrayals of men in contemporary works as oppose to older works. Modern fiction, even if written by a man, has strongly gynocentric and generally delusional themes in their portrayals of both men and women. J.R.R Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series; or, as people more commonly refer to it, The Game of Thrones, is a suitable example of this.
The female characters are for the most part unbelievable and the portrayal of their interactions with both the external world, other women, and men, is as fictitious as the genera to which Game of Thrones belongs to. Game of Thrones, however, is on the mild end of the problem in modern works. If you read any of the best sellers that appeal to women, the portrayal of men is inhuman. Men in those works are completely instrumentalized to be tools of the fantasies of women.
Worse still, the problem does not end with the gynocentric skew on the themes these books have. What is not as readily perceived are the themes that tend to be completely left out, such as non-gynocentric male struggles, male desires and dreams, brotherhood between men, honor between men, and of course, sacrifice of men for men. Such themes are all but unknown in modern writing.
To make the situation even worse, contemporary fiction is written in an effeminate manner independent of whether or not the writer is male or female. The language is simplified to the point where the need for a dictionary is incredibly rare. This however, may be a mixed and skewed interpretation. It is quite possible that the older works indeed use common language but the education level was so high, that said common language was a much broader superset of what is considered common today. However, if this is true, then the charge of effeminacy still stands and is extended to contemporary education in general.
Yet there is one more charge of effeminacy that can be laid at the foot of modern works; namely, that of shallowness of insight. When reading old works, references are made to a great deal of things about history, other literature, as well as geography, religion and politics. Though one may be reading a fictional tale, in other words, a non-academic work, the demonstration of breadth of knowledge is par excellence on the part of the author. By reading older works one not only gains the pleasure that comes from experiencing a well told story, but one can also gain an education.
Though contemporary fiction has all these problems and more, I find that works produced before the 1950s tend to avoid many of these pitfalls. Simply put, works of fiction published before the 1950s tend to showcase men positively, women realistically, and explore themes not commonly seen in later years.
One of these books is The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas. Dumas published The Three Musketeers in 1844. The plot of the book, however, takes place around 1624 in France. The book follow d’Artagnan, a 20-year-old man who is sent into the world by his father with little more than an old horse, some money, a sword, and a letter of recommendation addressed to the captain of the musketeers.
Soon after arriving in Paris, d’Artagnan meets three musketeers named Athos, Porthos and Aramis. The musketeers, of which there are a few hundred in total, serve as the elite guard for the king of France.
There is also a second faction of such elite warriors who serve as the guard for a Cardinal who was assigned by the pope to France. The plot of the book is mostly motivated by the aristocratic rivalry between the king of France and the cardinal of France. Due to this animosity between these two politically important figures, so too is there animosity between the musketeers and the cardinal’s guards.