Dr. Helen Smith

You can be a woman who is an ally of men. Who wishes for men’s wellbeing. Once you see this kind of woman, you notice the difference between them and the other women who are basically men’s enemies, although usually they don’t know it.

Dr. Helen Smith listened to what men were talking about:

Men: Marriage is a crappy deal these days. The chances of success are small, and the situation in the divorce courts is a horror. Women don’t make good wives. They don’t even make good girlfriends.

Dr. Smith: Hmmm … it seems like men think that: Marriage is a crappy deal these days. The chances of success are small, and the situation in the divorce courts is a horror. Women don’t make good wives. They don’t even make good girlfriends.

She even wrote a book about it, called Men on Strike. It’s pretty good.

This is so unusual, that it is hard to find any women at all who are like this.

So, you should be a woman like Dr. Helen Smith.

Most women today cause harm to men. Often, they get enjoyment from causing as much harm as possible, or extracting as much time, energy and resources as possible. They are takers and destroyers and problem-creators, not producers and builders and problem-solvers. A man cannot have a taker/destroyer/problem-creator in his life. I estimate that 80% of women today, in the U.S., make bad wives. They are takers/destroyers/problem-creators. In the past, I think that probably 80% of American women made good wives. That is a big change.

Men have learned to avoid these women. But, men are not women’s enemies. Men do not take/destroy/create problems for women. They just avoid them, or not do something. About the worst a man will do is leave, or “ghost” a woman. Or, maybe he will not pay for dinner, and not give you money, and not fix the things you can’t fix yourself, and not marry you. This is because men want to avoid the taking/destroying/problem-creating. They do not want to be exploited. The extent of their productive cooperation with a woman has been satisfied.

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Happily married, with children.

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