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Q: how did I miss this storm brewing?

So i was doing research in the Vpn mode the other day and discovered this MGTOW (men going their own way) and giving up on women, No shared assets or money, no contact at work, and basically looking out for number one and not letting any woman feel she is entitled to anything from the man because of what she has between her legs.

 

These videos on you tube are in the thousands, I try to keep up news abroad, but have the left and progressives deliberately avoided this conversation hoping it goes away, I think they already lost the battle and perhaps soon the war and this "me too' movement has the unintended consequences of letting more people know about MGTOW.

 

Anybody heard of this before this year?

2 weeks 5 days ago in  Culture - China

 
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Isn't it just a new way of describing a batchelor?

 

Guys have been doing this for years, it's probably just that now we have social media where people like to tell the world what they had for lunch, how they're feeling that day etc they also feel the need to tell the world why they aren't married.

 

It just sounds like people who love to talk about themselves to me. Sort of like vegans or activists or people in a religion who feel the need to tell everyone they meet what they are.

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I've been meaning to answer your question about not knowing how to treat and talk to women at work. 

 

It's quite simple, same as men, keep it business. Even with male coworkers you shouldn't be telling sexual jokes or talking about sexual conquests. If you have a male or female coworker that's a good friend then they might be the exception. But only in private conversations, show respect for those around you. It's like being in church, a sanitized environment. 

 

Now let's go a bit further. As a man you have to understand that many women unfortunately use false allegations as tools to get what they want so you should take extra precautions. When having a serious one on one with an employee a company should have a policy to either video it, have a second manger in to observe (especially female) and when talking to  female staff make sure to leave the door open if the walls aren't windowed. (before you knock me, look up Duke lacrosse accuser, Twana Brawly, the hotel maid and the french politician, Kobe Bryant accuser .... I don't have all day and I've personally had ex-gfs threaten to claim I hit them and one girl even  threaten to file rape charges after I refused to see her again and this is especially the case for foreign teachers in China)

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Looked at MGTOW and it looks like men trying to act like victims. Seems stupid to me

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