• Why have I been suicidal for so long?

    When I was around 4 years old, I used to say "I wish I was never born," up until I was around 8 years old when I discovered what being suicidal meant. Since I was 8, I always thought about dying and committing suicide and I still do up to my current age, 15. I don't know why I've never wanted to... show more
    When I was around 4 years old, I used to say "I wish I was never born," up until I was around 8 years old when I discovered what being suicidal meant. Since I was 8, I always thought about dying and committing suicide and I still do up to my current age, 15. I don't know why I've never wanted to live or enjoyed living at all since a young age. I don't know what it means, but I want answers because I've been suffering for so long and I just want it all to end. I hate living this way. I know this all sounds really far fetched, but it has just always been a thing that has been stuck with me for a long time and I just need to know why I'm like this. It hurts so much to keep living with the way I am.
    17 answers · Psychology · 1 day ago
  • Do women fear and attack mgtows because they are whistle blowers against gynocentrism?

    Best answer: "Do women fear and attack mgtows because they are whistle blowers against gynocentrism?" Actually, I think women have an innate sense that if things carry on this way whereby enough men opt-out of their civilized social obligations, then things will not be so good for them, or anybody. MGTOW at this... show more
    Best answer: "Do women fear and attack mgtows because they are whistle blowers against gynocentrism?"

    Actually, I think women have an innate sense that if things carry on this way whereby enough men opt-out of their civilized social obligations, then things will not be so good for them, or anybody. MGTOW at this point is a group of men that feel that they are getting the shaft according the ever-changing social contract that we have in the first world.

    It kind of goes like this. The civilized world existed on the backs of men for all of recorded history. Women were the partners of men throughout this time. Only recently with the advent of technology have women been able to participate on an equal footing to men in several areas. But this is completely incumbent on men continuing their historical drudgery exactly as they have always done.

    Men opting out of the system will collapse civilization.

    Yet increasingly, it is women who are gaining Rights, while holding on to their existing privileges. When these men begin to feel that they are getting a raw deal, the MGTOW approach is the scorched-earth policy. And that is to opt-out of the entire system in order to kill the parasite, much like a program of antibiotics works to cleanse the human body.

    We have to face it, this is completely Western societies fault, with all of its gynocentricity. The MGOTW approach is the result of squashing men's complaints and not allowing men a proper venue for their issues at all. And those who do not allow men a meaningful outlet for their issues will end up with men that give a perverse outcome instead.
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    14 answers · Gender Studies · 19 hours ago
  • How many other men find absolutely nothing likeable about women?

    I sense nothing but misandry and lesbian leaning from them, which in turn creates my pessimistic outlook on them. And to top if all off, their lack of accountability and taking action is even more irritating.
    I sense nothing but misandry and lesbian leaning from them, which in turn creates my pessimistic outlook on them. And to top if all off, their lack of accountability and taking action is even more irritating.
    18 answers · Gender Studies · 2 days ago
  • Why do I hate when people like the same things as me?

    I don't know what my problem is, but whenever someone likes the same thing as me I feel angry, like music and youtubers for example. Anyone else feel this way? Or am I the only one?
    I don't know what my problem is, but whenever someone likes the same thing as me I feel angry, like music and youtubers for example. Anyone else feel this way? Or am I the only one?
    9 answers · Psychology · 15 hours ago
  • Given Trump's misogyny and his personal history of violence against women, why do the Trumpkins think that it's unlikely that Trump?

    Or one of his associates would harm Melania if she tried to testify against him
    Or one of his associates would harm Melania if she tried to testify against him
    10 answers · Gender Studies · 20 hours ago
  • How can anyone hate the Women's March?

    Best answer: I know. =[
    Best answer: I know. =[
    24 answers · Gender Studies · 3 days ago
  • Why is nudity so frowned upon?

    What exactly has led our society to be so against human beings not wearing clothes in public?
    What exactly has led our society to be so against human beings not wearing clothes in public?
    8 answers · Anthropology · 16 hours ago
  • What do you do when it's the middle of the night & you can't sleep?

    Best answer: I read. It doesn't happen often which is good.
    Best answer: I read. It doesn't happen often which is good.
    51 answers · Psychology · 4 days ago
  • Do you think that modern people are using victim culture to avoid the fact it's their own fault they're not successful?

    Best answer: No. The fact is that people born into lower class families are less likely to be successful, through no fault of their own. The real problem is that the lower class struggle has been hijacked by upper middle class feminists who pretend to be oppressed. All the help that used to go to lower class people is now... show more
    Best answer: No. The fact is that people born into lower class families are less likely to be successful, through no fault of their own.

    The real problem is that the lower class struggle has been hijacked by upper middle class feminists who pretend to be oppressed.

    All the help that used to go to lower class people is now going to upper middle class women who don't need any help.
    6 answers · Gender Studies · 14 hours ago
  • Have you ever been banned from something?

    Best answer: Yes, I was not admitted to a Bar once. I was told that I was under age when in fact I was not. I didn't know whether to feel annoyed or complimented!
    Best answer: Yes, I was not admitted to a Bar once. I was told that I was under age when in fact I was not. I didn't know whether to feel annoyed or complimented!
    36 answers · Sociology · 3 days ago
  • Why do women complain so much?

    I swear I can't get into a single relationship with a woman without her complaining and whining so much. "Oooooh he neva takes me oooout and he liiiiiiieeed to meeeee" boo hoo get out of my face.
    I swear I can't get into a single relationship with a woman without her complaining and whining so much. "Oooooh he neva takes me oooout and he liiiiiiieeed to meeeee" boo hoo get out of my face.
    9 answers · Gender Studies · 1 day ago
  • Do you see any problems with this analogy?

    I often see anti-feminists saying things along the lines of "Because feminists aren't advocating for <change that would eliminate some unfair disparity that men face>, they're obviously against equal rights." Now, I would agree that actively *opposing* such a change, without a very good... show more
    I often see anti-feminists saying things along the lines of "Because feminists aren't advocating for <change that would eliminate some unfair disparity that men face>, they're obviously against equal rights." Now, I would agree that actively *opposing* such a change, without a very good reason, would indicate that one is against equal rights. But as for simply failing to promote or advocate for it? I offer an analogy. Overfishing is an important environmental issue. As far as I'm aware, the Rainforest Alliance is not doing anything in particular to deal with overfishing. Does that mean they aren't an environmental organization? Or does it just mean that the environment is a big issue, with lots of parts, so not all organizations can deal with every aspect of the environment? Apart from the fact that the only perfect analogy for a thing is the thing itself, do you see any serious flaws with this analogy? Do you see the point I'm making with it? Any other thoughts? (please note, I am not saying that no feminist ever has opposed a reasonable men's-rights issue, just that failing to *advocate* for men's rights issues is not in and of itself proof of, well, anything)
    4 answers · Gender Studies · 17 hours ago
  • I'm an introvert and whenever I'm with a group of people i always get asked why I'm not talking. What's the best response to this question?

    Best answer: Tell them that you so enjoy the conversation you want to listen
    Best answer: Tell them that you so enjoy the conversation you want to listen
    21 answers · Psychology · 4 days ago
  • Who invented clothes?

    13 answers · Anthropology · 21 hours ago