I have been busy for a few days so I haven’t had a chance to respond to this comment from Susan Walsh.
I called you a dick because you called me a shitty mother.
I don’t know if you are a shitty mother in general. I will assume you are not without evidence to the contrary. However, you are a shitty mother when it comes to teaching your son about male-female interaction. Nearly all mothers are shitty when it comes to telling their sons about the reality of women (and that includes my mother too) so you are hardly unique.
This is really just one aspect of the problem of female solipsism.
I also noticed you avoided talking about your comment about how I’m only capable of relating to women as “cum dumpsters”. If I only relate to women as “cum dumpsters” as you say, Susan, then I was only able to do anything with women by relating to them only as “cum dumpsters”.
ED is a real problem among young men and it is growing.
Then quit whining when men take this problem seriously and go see a doctor about it.
As I stated on my blog, when one watches a lot of porn, those arousal patterns become entrenched in the brain. When men or women then find themselves in regular, normal, non-porn scenarios, they find that arousal eludes them.
I’m not sure what “a lot” of porn is, but if this is the case why didn’t I have this problem when I lost my virginity recently? I don’t know if I watched “a lot” of porn or not. Regardless, I wasn’t doing any “porn scenarios” with either woman I was with.
Besides what is the definition of “porn” here? A quick search of the internet can find all different types of porn, many of which have some type of normal looking (i.e. not David Alexander bait) women.
Men aged 18-25 represent the fastest-growing group being prescribed Viagra
Is this because they actually need viagra or because because we’re pill happy in the US? Given that this is the same age group with the biggest problem of heavy drinking and binge drinking it stands to reason that is a bigger part of the problem rather that “real ED”. It’s not even like they have to stop drinking, but it’s easier to push a pill.
The reason I stated that men should stop wasting doctor’s time is that they are frequently loathe to admit how much porn they watch
It rarely matters so its irrelevant. Besides what are these guys supposed to do if they aren’t getting laid? They’re horny, and they need to do something about it. Porn ends up being the answer unless they discover game.
Hurling the “shaming language” accusation won’t cut it
There’s a reason the catalog of anti-male shaming tactics exists. It’s because we hear the same things over and over again from women on these issues. Susan, you almost could have copied and pasted some of the things you said from that list.
I’m also not sure why you keep denigrating my education – I never sought to use my degree in any other way than to explain on my own blog that I refer to my business background in the way I solve relationship problems. It’s you in the Game community who keep calling attention to my Wharton MBA. In insisting that I earned it only through affirmative action, what do you hope to accomplish? Why would you even say that? How do you know?
First, you brought up your degree and made a claim that it’s relevant. Thus it brings up the question if you actually earned your degree. Since affirmative action means lower standards for women and non-Asian minorities (as well as kicking out a deserving applicant using the guns of the state), this is a real question. At the time you attended Wharton there were hardly any women going after MBAs but an affirmative action program which means they were desperate for women. Thus any woman could have gotten in and gotten an MBA from them. I have no idea what your transcript was at Wharton, but anyone who could have benefited from affirmative action is suspect of having not met the actual standard of earning whatever they claimed to earn. Because of affirmative action, there is a good chance you never actually met the standard to earn a Wharton MBA particularly given the gender ratio of the Wharton MBA program at the time you attended. Thus your MBA is suspect at best and any talk about your “business background” is also suspect at best since you may have benefited from affirmative action there as well.
I do want men to be healthy. I want them to be fit for relationships, because that is what my own readers are looking for.
And here it comes. An anon covered this as well. If you look up female supremacism in the dictionary, this excerpt will be there as an example. Here we have a primary example of how women believe that men are supposed to be slaves for women. Susan is saying that men are only supposed to be healthy because women want it.
I’m much harder on the women than the men
Given that so heavily skewed pro-female now, you would have to be about ten thousand times harder on women than you are now for that to be meaningful.
What is the real female problem with porn? MarkyMark has already pointed that out: It exposes the slut lifestyle. Many women are afraid about the truth about women getting out whether its due to porn or game or something else. After understanding the truth about women, men will start going their own way (whether its using game to get laid occasionally, ghosting, etc. does not matter) and not be under the thumb of a woman.
All this talk about the problems supposedly caused by porn remind me of all the people who talk about the problems supposedly caused by video games. When it comes to video games, it was all shown to be bunk, and it will be the same with porn. What both of these have in common is that men (and boys in the case of video games) enjoy them. This is nothing more than another attack on a predominantly male activity. It’s also safe to say that there is some fear of male sexuality on the part of women here.
Another thing going on is that women are afraid of the competition from porn. Of course, in the future with virtual reality sex and later sex bots, this “problem” will only get worse for women. That’s what happens in an economic bubble when women keep raising the price of sex and offering less and less.