Jun 032015
 

Despite being a newly created hashtag, #GiveMoneyToWomen is not new.  Men have been giving money to women since the beginning of civilization.  You can see that in how women are responsible for 80% of all spending.  This is a gap of $10 trillion between women’s spending and women’s earnings.  David Frum documented this in a tweet:

Why is the #GiveMoneyToWomen hashtag necessary?  Why has it started now?  Giving money to women isn’t new, but what is new is that there are men refusing to give money to women.  MGTOW is going strong, but lots of men are GTOW without ever hearing of the term, MGTOW.  With men refusing to get married and refusing to work more than they have to, women aren’t going to get money from men like they used to.  There are two ways of getting money from men, marriage and via wealth redistribution from the state.  When a man refuses to get married and keeps his work output to a minimum, he prevents women from getting his money from both methods.  Enough men have done this, so we now have women doing the internet equivalent of standing on a street corner yelling, “I HAVE A VAGINA.  GIVE ME MONEY”.

There’s nothing left except to be that much more direct about it.  Sometime in the near future I’m sure we will see something like a #IHaveAVaginaGiveMeMoney hashtag.

  5 Responses to “#GiveMoneyToWomen Is Not New. What Is New Is That Men Are Refusing To #GiveMoneyToWomen”

  1. I’m even loathe to believe that they earn 18 trillion. I think there is some funny business going on there. Since the biggest jumps in income on the men side come from rich men. At the average salary of 1480 dollars and having 3.5 more or less women, it should fall at around 5.2 trillion. But the way we massage GDP figures it wouldn’t surprise me.

    • It’s not that hey earn 18 trillion, rather they have discretion to spend 18 trillion. Hollywood lawyer makes say 20 million, buys himself a new car. But his wife will have the kitchen redone, have a gazebo put in, buys all new clothes for herself, plans the family trip, loans some money to her family, blows some money on her friends, etc… So even though she produced nothing, she spent more money than the lawyer who made the money did on his 300K sports car.

      • But they said that they spend was 28 trillion. Doesn’t that cover their discretion to spending? What I’m bringing up as an issue is the what i believe is the erroneous claim they earn 18 trillion. I can believe they spend 28 trillion hands down. The issue i have is how much of a percentage they actually earn to refill the coffers.

        • I apologize, I misunderstood your point.
          It would be hilarious if every productive single man willfully under-produced starting today. The moans and groans from government and women would be hilarious. Magazine articles would come out daily to attempt shaming, tv hosts would thunder and roar for men to ‘Man UP!” I don’t think I’d ever stop laughing, no matter the consequences.

  2. It’s heartening to see men waking up globally, but expect well disguised man taxes in the future. The Cohabitation Rights Bill in the UK is a big one coming down the pike. Other hidden man taxes will be paid maternity leave (2016 election ploy), forcing quotas for women for highly paid positions (Sweden doing this now) and free child care for single mothers (2016 election ploy). One way or the other, wealth and power will be forcefully redistributed from men to women. As you sleep, women and white knights are furiously working on making these things happen.

    The best way to protect yourself is to simply refuse marriage. Be very careful with cohabitation. A law could be passed at any time that gives your live-in the power of asset division and alimony. In some cases, these laws have been passed with up to two year grandfather clauses – which means bolting just prior to the law being passed won’t help you in the least. I’m sure most men in the UK are unaware of the Cohabitation Rights Bill. There’s also palimony.

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