Category Archives: Singlehood

Actually, Men *Do* Like Independent Women Part 2

Or at least a lot of them would, if truly independent women weren’t so rare. It’s easy to talk the talk of being a “strong, independent womyn” but when it comes to walking the walk many women stumble and fall. Most don’t even know they’re doing it, but then are at a complete loss in the world of relationships. Here’s 3 more things that actual “strong, independent women” do.
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“WGTOW” Is A Misappropriation

Hello, all.
A number of readers took some minor offense to my last post, or were confused by it, with good reason. It seemed as though I was supporting the sudden rash of women who have taken to calling themselves WGTOWs, or women going their own way. I want to clear this misconception up right now:
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All The Single Ladies

In going over the data I have for MGTOWs that I’ve gotten so far, a pattern has begun to emerge. Namely, that a significant number of men going their own way who are single do not necessarily wish to be…in other words, they would like to be in a committed relationship but do not feel that the current divorce/alimony/custody laws are sufficiently fair (read: not fair at all) to warrant such a gamble. Hence, we of the Western world** have a subset of men who, under more equal circumstances, would actually prefer to be in loving marriages and LTRs with women. Of course, other MGTOWs are perfectly happy being bachelors and wouldn’t be interested in marriage or LTRs even with optimal conditions.
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Lack Of Submission = Being A Bitch?

An interesting observation that I’ve made reading certain parts of the manosphere is that some (not all, and honestly not even a majority) of male bloggers/commenters have a huge misunderstanding of what constitutes “bitchy” behavior.
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Why Going Your Own Way Isn’t A Bad Idea

Ever since I was very young, I’ve known that I was a loner. In 1st grade, my class had to make a collage with the theme “What will I Do in 20 Years”. Out of us 15 kids, I was the only one to not include something relating to marriage or children. This sparked a letter home to my mother, telling her that
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