Apr 172016
 

One trick that people against MGTOW try to use on MGTOW is that a MGTOW who talks about being MGTOW isn’t truly a MGTOW.  According to their argument, a true MGTOW would be too busy actually going their own way to actually spend time talking about MGTOW.  Obviously, this is a trick to try to get MGTOW to stop talking about MGTOW because they’re afraid of it.  I found a video that completely destroys the argument that MGTOW should shut up to be real MGTOW:

I also like how this video points out that the exact same tactic was used against the atheist community.  That makes it clear that this is a tactic by people to get their enemies to shut up and not a real rational argument.

  3 Responses to “A Response To Everyone Who Complains That We Talk About Being MGTOW”

  1. Awesome video. The real hope of those that hate MGTOW is to prevent the majority of men from opting out of marriage. If the awakening by men to never marry continues to proliferate, women’s power to force wealth and power from men to themselves through state enforced theft (asset division, alimony, child support) is greatly reduced. Men have been opting out of marriage for decades and it will only get worse as laws and policies become more anti-male.

    This is why we now have “affirmative consent”. Affirmative consent has nothing to do with permission and everything to do with opening up new avenues of wealth and power transfer through civil suits against men and institutions. It also gives women the power to destroy men that piss them off. F***ing sociopaths. The religious right see’s eye to eye with the left on affirmative consent in the hopes that more men will avoid casual sex and that they’ll be forced into marriage, which is definitely not in men’s best interests. Same reason why they don’t like internet porn. The poor womenz.

  2. Men going their own way is admirable, but when they do it collectively and under leadership, I fail to see much distinction from feminism. It’s similar to atheists believing there are no gods and theists believing there are… it’s two sides of the same coin.

    I tried to join the mgtow collective, but was banned from 3 groups for simply refusing to introduce myself. I’ve found no other group (not even the feminists) that will ban a well-intentioned prospective member for refusing to say hello. Another novel and unique trait of the collective is that they actually showcase the users they ban. Evidently, they flatter themselves with such displays of “power”.

    All of that can only mean the organization is designed to exert control over the following. One must submit and comply with orders to “go your own way”. So, for that reason, I found the movement a bit hypocritical, although I do agree with the underlying theme that feminism is destroying society and it’s unfortunate that there is no group with which I can ally myself while retaining dignity and freedom from coercion.

    • “Men going their own way is admirable, but when they do it collectively and under leadership, I fail to see much distinction from feminism. It’s similar to atheists believing there are no gods and theists believing there are… it’s two sides of the same coin.”

      Only a mentally defective female could make an argument like that

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