Becoming bitter about dating
But at some point in our social history those rewards became less and less. Ever increasing numbers of men began the process of learning that they had been betrayed by the pretty lies of cancerous social expectations. Read M3’s legendary post about being involuntarily celibate for 12 years (link below). In their expression of anger, a lot of ornery meanness came out. The problem is that as new men enter the Red Pill pipeline, they go through the anger phase.The Internet allowed men to communicate with each other. It’s still coming out as is witnessed in blog posts and the comments in blog posts. This means that any Manosphere blog will always have a number of men expressing anger and bitterness in the comments.
I played every day, watched match videos, practiced combos, and attended tournaments.The vast breadth and depth of the lies went relatively unnoticed for a couple of generations.But with the internet, guys can now communicate about social issues (the lies) amongst themselves and women can digitally eavesdrop.Here are some of those examples of those lies: “Be nice, be yourself” “Man up!(to do a woman’s bidding)” “Women don’t do those kind of things” “Work hard and sacrifice” “Be more in touch with your emotions and express them more” “Never, ever judge a woman” In days or yore, these were not lies.A few months back, I was at a bar with some friends, and we were talking about girls. When I got home, I wondered at my strong response, and sat down to think about why I was affected so much by this idiot’s babbling.
One of the guys, an acquaintance, started ranting about how easy women had it. I was surprised to discover something I didn’t like: he reminded me of myself, many years ago.
When I was in my early 20’s, dateless and going through life alone, I also felt bitter and resentful towards women.
I got rejected a lot, I was lonely, and this frustration came out in the form of “women are all bitches, and only date losers.” I played more and more videogames, and interacted less and less with women, in order to distance myself from the pain.
I strove to be the best, and constantly improved my game.
I got better and better until one day, I realized I was winning all the tournaments in Canada.
I have come to the conclusion that if you want to date anyone, you have to deal with your own bitterness first.