RooshV, who has more experience with women than 99.99% of men today, finally concluded that they were unfit to make decisions about their own lives. They needed male leadership. Don’t you think this is why every woman is looking for a man that acts like a leader?
The reason that women had their behavior limited was for the simple reason that they are significantly less rational than men, in a way that impaired their ability to make good decisions concerning the future. This was eloquently described by German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer in his important essay On Women. He described them as overgrown children, a comparison that any man who has dated more than a dozen of them can quickly agree to after having consistently witnessed their impulsive and illogical behavior firsthand.
Women are directly fitted for acting as the nurses and teachers of our early childhood by the fact that they are themselves childish, frivolous and short-sighted; in a word, they are big children all their life long—a kind of intermediate stage between the child and the full-grown man, who is man in the strict sense of the word. See how a girl will fondle a child for days together, dance with it and sing to it; and then think what a man, with the best will in the world, could do if he were put in her place.
If there is someone among women who has the kind of experience with women of RooshV, it might be this woman, who is a retired and married dating coach for women. Besides all the experience that comes from being a dating coach, she is retired, which means that she can say what she thinks, even if it is not popular among the sort of women who might want a dating coach. Also, unlike (it seems) most dating coaches, she is married; and, apparently, happily so. Here, finally, is a woman saying something useful. Girls: watch and learn.
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Why am I not surprised to see the majority of wisdom about relationships coming from women of color these days?
Black women have a free pass regarding political correctness.
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