Before I post this, I want to set the record straight. I'm not this guy: >>363252
that you were answering to if you thought so, I'm another guy. I just replied to your post on my own volition.>>363295>but that says almost as much about you as it does him. I guess his wife is a whore and his daughters will be, too. That's some good company that you keep. Disgusting.
Well, I don't think of woman as whores, and I don't think he does either, really, but I can agree with his underlining sentiment. Basically, female sexuality is to give their bodies to men in exchange for protection and care, essentially selling their bodies for power. I don't actually judge woman for this. Men's sexuality is to impregnate as many woman as possible and the ones with the best genetics for birthing and breastfeeding gets priority. One could argue that both these things are both ugly and good but I choose to just see it as an amoral sort of thing, it just is.>By the way, being a bitter sexual and social failure is something to be ashamed of.
Not sure if I'm following but it's fine. I'll just interpret what you say here and you will just have to correct me if I'm wrong.> a bitter sexual
I assume that's someone who hasn't had sex and blames everyone else for it. I mean feel like there are two sides to it. Yes, most of the time men who are single have options out there and they could make a greater effort into finding them. Tho, on that note. People have a tendency to make it out as if they don't make an effort when you know that they do. But sure, you can always do more and there a plenty of fish in the ocean and so on.
On the other side, woman have high standrads for their men today (well, they always had but...). But I think I'll get back to that later. But basically men have it significantly harder than woman.
Don't see why you would be ashamed tho. If people don't consent to you, there's nothing you can do. Ultimately, it's up to a woman to want to have sex with you so you can go through a whole life virgin at no fault of your own. Not saying that's what happens, we're human afterall, just using an extreme example to make a point.> social failure
I thought this post was very enlightening:>>363257 →
But in my own words, I'd say that I don't believe that anyone who is here has not been a social failure in their lives. The truth is that we can barely admit our thoughts and feelings to ourselves, much less to other people. Being social is in a lot of ways like lying. People are not themselves when they are with other people and they don't tell them the whole truth of how they really feel about things if at all. They don't talk about the things that's actually on their minds.
It's sometimes unwarranted but not always.
Telling my parents about my nationalistic leanings did not go over well. My father was more cool-headed about it than my mother, tho he didn't like it either.
From my perspective, spending time alone thinking about things is how you develop thoughts on your own instead of being drown by peer pressure into thinking like everybody else.
I don't thinkg there's anything to be ashamed of here. The world is wrong about almost everything so why assume that having a big social network is the same as success. If this is not what you mean with social, then I sadly misunderstand. I have small social circle, not because I couldn't do with more friends mind you, but because I can be honest with these people to another degree that I can with just an aquiantance. Although, such relationships are nothing to sneeze at either. >I could easily make a thread calling White men worthless because of cuckoldry/trannies/pedophilia/whatever if I really wanted to play devil's advocate, but that would be just as wrong for the same reasons.
I feel like we sort of have those threads tho. We have the ugly mugshot of anti-fa folks, the tranny hate thread, and people on the alt-right's favourite insult is to call people cucks. ”Reee normies get off my board!” is also kinda of telling of what we think of the average white man. Sure, we don't have a anti-white man thread but men aren't as deleterious as woman are. Especially, considering there are people who will call you names for offering a different opinion about stuff, like you might be called a sexist and proceeded to be shamed by a person for that.