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Men Should not Blame Women for Being Sexless.

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There’s been a growing trend in the rise of men going their own way and using the Red Pills movements thinkers like Rolo Tomassi and his rational male podcast and series of books as well as other more recent famous influences such as Andrew Tate, whose ideology is used for a certain section of men as a reason to live a sexless life.

While it is unclear where the men going their own way (MGTOW) ideology originated, it is believed to have emerged in the early 2000s.

A blog called No Ma’am was one of the first sites dedicated to the doctrine, publishing an “MGTOW Manifesto” in 2001.

The ideology is focused upon the fact that women typically make them make mate choices through hypergamy; this is because human beings evolved from hunter-gatherers over 7 million years and between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago.

Homo sapiens, the first modern humans, evolved from their early hominid predecessors between 200,000 and 300,000 years ago. They developed a capacity for language about 50,000 years ago.

The first modern humans began moving outside Africa about 70,000–100,000 years ago.

This means for the layperson that human women had to be very careful with the men they slept with due to no birth control and that a woman was carrying a child for nine months.

If the mother is to survive a pregnancy in the wilderness, she needs a strong and capable man to protect her during the foldable months. A woman is genetically and socially evolved adaptability not to have sex with losers.

With the current trend of men going their way and dropping out of university or college and not having high explorations, they are locking themselves out of the dating market and becoming settlers and, through the use of red Pill thinking, are blaming women for their troubles.

Men Should not Blame Women for Being Sexless.
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Male Inadequacy

Since the Sexual Revolution in the 1960s to 1970s, women are becoming more capable and better educated with the entry into the workforce and the growing trend of equal opportunities available for women across multiple professions in the Western world, particularly in developed nations.What this means for men is that you cannot just work a job and expect a woman to sleep with you.

It requires a man to be more ambitious and active in their community by accumulating wealth and status.

What an individual or the opposite sex finds successful is subjective, not objective, which means an individual may value wealth more than the accumulation of starters or vice versa.

Each individual has their hopes, dreams and goals both personally and professionally.

Unfortunately, the failure of men to keep up with their wives and girlfriends is leading to the growing trend of sexless relationships and men and women fully sexless.

Using US nationally representative survey data, we estimated that 30.9% of men and 19.1% of women aged 18 to 24 years in 2016–2018 reported being sexually inactive in the past year, with these proportions being similar in both sexes among those aged 25 to 34 years (14.1% vs 12.6%) and 35 to 44 years (8.0% vs 8.5%).

Also, other Recent Pew research indicates that over 60% of young men are single, with Sexual intimacy at a 30-year low across genders.

Factors linked to the rise of sexlessness are the creation of the Internet and social media in the 1970s and 2000s, people’s looking at other people’s lives and comparing and contrasting each other’s lifestyles.

If you go to Tiktok or YouTube, you will see the wealthy and successful living the dream with their wives, girlfriends or multiple women, which can make other men feel inadequate and make women wonder why they have been hanging around the loser.

According to recent statistics, approximately 15% of married couples in America and 20% of British marriages are considered sexless.

Human beings don’t understand the difference between reality and looking at screens.

The content we consume reflects how we perceive the world, even though what we see in social media is merely a perception of reality the creator wants their viewers to see.

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The Rise of the Educated Woman

Of the more than 2 million bachelor’s degrees conferred by U.S. postsecondary institutions during the 2019–2020 academic year, 58% were awarded to women.

As for the Uk, there is a positive story to be told regarding women’s place in higher education.

The higher education participation level for young women has reached 56.6%, compared to only 44.1% for young men.

This is great for women being more educated than ever in human history. Unfortunately for women, it contributes to the rise of sexlessness because the available pool of men that meet their criteria as a husband, father of their children or life partner is significantly reduced.

As for men, the only course of action is to self-improve and become more than they currently are. Being a man in your 20s is hard; you are underpaid, underappreciated and invisible women.

But if you make good choices in your 20s, go through education or optional equivalents and pursue a successful career, start your own micro business or have other passions that contribute your value as a mate to a potential woman.

Women choose their sexual partners, and men choose whether to stay or leave the relationship or encounter. It’s not fair for men and women; that is just a fact of life that you must come to terms with.

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