Askmen dating mom
As I’m fond of saying, dating success is 80% attitude and 20% skill, and a of that attitude involves both issues of masculinity and also understanding and empathizing with women.
He started exercising, eating better, improving his style and hygiene, expanding his social circle, and actually asking girls out.One of the more vocal subsets of this particular philosophy is known as The Red Pill.Before I get too much further into this, allow me to share the email that prompted all of this: Doc, can you help?He believed that all women are the same, that women are only good for sex and babies, that all women are too emotional/unreliable to vote, lead, or work.He regularly insulted and talked down to his female friends, and touched them in ways that make them uncomfortable.Some their “dating” advice is basically descriptions of abusive relationships.
They claim to not hate women and focus on self improvement, but believe men must establish control/dominance over the women in their lives in order to “get sex”, and that women are intellectually/morally inferior to men.
You may have noticed over the years that I cover a lot of topics that don’t seem to fit squarely in this blog’s mission statement of helping nerds date better.
One of the reasons why I write about feminist issues or bad behavior within the geek community is because, frankly, getting better at dating is a holistic system.
My father has many positive traits: he is intelligent, hardworking, and caring, but he is socially awkward does not stand up for himself.
He is what red pillers call “beta” and earlier generations of men called “pussy whipped.” My siblings and I grew up in this dysfunctional household without a solid model for how men (or women) act in healthy relationships.
He also gaslighted my mother and threatened her with a physical attack when he didn’t get what he wanted, since he believed she hated men and was out to get him.