Warning Words From Women, For Men Who Seek Marriage

1. "Rape Culture" ... This phrase is used as a blanket term by feminism for describing all male sexuality, far in excess of the actual crime of rape. Use of this term indicates that a woman is suspicious and fearful of male sexuality, even if she finds herself attracted to it.

2. "Delicate Male Ego" ... She's thinking she's displaying her strength and independence. What she's actually doing is revealing her contempt for masculinity and her ignorance of its subtleties. Yes, dudes, we have subtleties.

3. "I deserve" ... Feminine entitlement is frequently a problem in a relationship, as women rationalize just what they "deserve", usually without much in the way of supporting data. ... If you encounter a woman who uses "I deserve . . ." you can bet that she's going to deserve a second husband someday.

4. "I don't believe in marriage" ... Declaring that they don't, especially on short acquaintance, is a clear sign of one of two things: either she is so commitment-phobic that she will leave you for the next pair of pecs to ponder her panties, or she is clearly bullshitting because getting married is on her mind so much that she's desperate.

5. "I want to work on my career" ... [I]t just means that a woman who sees herself as a professional first will only see herself as a wife and mother second. That's great, for some women. After all, with fewer men working these days, it's going to require a lot of women filling the taxation gap, so that their brilliant careers can subsidize other women's children in the future.

6. "Why can't guys just ______________ ?" ... This is an expression that clearly predicates ignorant male-bashing. In most cases women do know why guys can't just ______________. They just don't like the answer, and want someone to change it for them. A woman who has so little knowledge and experience with men as to not understand their basic motivations (Sex, food, shelter, entertainment, companionship, in that order) is an unwise choice.

7. "...feminism..." Pretty much any mention of feminism in a positive light, beyond the basics of equity feminism, is a Red Pill Alert for stormy seas ahead. Women who invoke feminism are shit testing you. Women who self-declare as feminists are challenging your masculinity right up front, and no clearer sign of a life of torment and abuse in a relationship with them is available.

8. "Men feel threatened and intimidated by me." ... No matter how loudly she protests the contrary, most men don't feel "intimidated" by her. Most men are merely annoyed by her, and she chooses to see that as "intimidation", because that little rationalization means it's THEIR fault, not hers.

9. "Women can do everything just as well as a man can." ... In about 80% of the cases, that's a correct assumption. Men and women are fairly on par in aggregate when it comes to everything from long division to programming Javascript. But if a woman thinks that the gender differences stop at the physical, then she's not wife material. ... [M]en and women are different. We have different goals, aspirations, measures of success, drives and ambitions. We have different strengths and weaknesses. We have different areas of interest.

10. "I don't need a man." ... Women who proudly declare that "they don't need a man" are trumpeting a competence and independence they mistakenly feel men, in general, admire. And while most of us can't stand a truly helpless woman, a woman who doesn't need a man shouldn't get one. ... When a woman proudly proclaims her independence in these terms, she is revealing her attitude toward men and marriage in general ... It's not an admission of incompetence to admit you need a man in your life, ladies. It's an expression of general desire that men find hopeful.

I expect that certain female readers to take offense to this. I expect the feminine ones, on the other hand, to see it as mostly true, even if they have never seen it in words before. I expect the white knights to complain about how I'm pre-emptively shutting down conversation by drawing a distinction between "female" and "feminine." The Red Pill Room: Wife Test: Red Pill Alerts.