During my late 20's to early 30's, I noticed that instead of being "Mr. No Score", I was in fact turning into "Mr. Looks like Marriage Material", or sometimes, "Mr. Smart Person that must be Alienated from my Husband so I can have more Control over my Husband".
Mr. Marriage Material.Many women I met during this time would say things to me like:
"I have had my fun, and now I want a serious relationship." - i.e. marriage.
"I am looking to settle down now."
"I've outgrown my youth, I need an adult relationship."
Basically, what these women were saying is simple:
"I have had sex with all the men I want to have sex with, now I want a guy that will pay my bills."
"Wild sex is out, legal contracts with pimp-daddy government are in."
"I've realized how foolish I have been by sleeping with all those sociopaths - because at the end of the day, it is money that makes the world go round - since you have been sexually disenfranchised from women - you are one of the few men that has money."
I remember telling some of the women off - I would say things like:
"Do you have any idea how rude you are being? I am not 'fun", I am 'serious'? How come I do not get to have 'fun'?"
"So, after you have all kinds of sex with all those guys, you want me to propose to you before I get sex - that doesn't seem fair."
There were many other examples; I will not bother listing any of them though. I found it extremely annoying that women viewed me as being "Mr. Marriage" instead of "Mr. Sex". And why oh why were those two things not one and the same?
Mr. Smart Person to be alienated from my Husband so I can have more Control over my HusbandYes, most of my friends got married. A few of their wives actually would hang around me constantly, and would eventually proposition me for sex.
I can assure you, it was not because their husband was inadequate in any way. No. It was because they saw me as a threat to their control over their husband.
What better way for a woman to alienate one of her husband's friends than by sleeping with him.
It is a fact that in my late 20's to early 30's, almost every woman had propositioned nearly all of her husband's friends.
My own personal code of conduct prevented me from accepting such propositions.
Hurray for me - not really. In some cases, the mere "suspicion" that the women projected onto me was enough to alienate my friends.
Case in point: One of my friend's wives kept on visiting me while he was at work (he worked days, I worked nights). She said she did not like being left alone. She kept on insisting that I do a nude portrait of her - she would say things like, "I would love to pose nude for you - do you want to see me naked" (I was into oil-painting). I kept saying no. Eventually, she said this, "Richard, I would love to give you a blow-job".
This was my first proposition from a woman (and not a prostitute) ever. And her intention was not to pleasure me - but to alienate me from my friend. A huge amount of anger welled inside me - and I decked her. Crying, she went home. My friend was pissed when he found out what happened - it ended our friendship.
The first thing the woman would do after having sex with one of my friends - was immediately tell her husband. Of course, the woman would always tell a story of wild seduction from the man - so wild she couldn't resist. When listening to such stories from my friends, I knew they were bullshit - since I had literally been begged to unzip my pants by the same women.
During this time, I saw all of my friends become alienated from one another because of affairs. I came out of the whole thing "on top" - because of my aforementioned code of conduct. I did lose a few friends however.
One interesting case: One of my friend's wives (who propositioned me several times), engaged in an affair with another one of my friends. I calmed the situation down - by pointing out to both of them - who was doing the propositioning. I told them that she also propositioned me - and I refused. They both agreed that she was to blame for the affair - and decided to remain friends.
The reason I interfered: I had seen too many of my friends become enemies because of these clever and sexually manipulative women. I was not going to let it happen anymore.
Her response to the fact that they remained friends:
She threw herself off the rooftop of one of the local casinos and killed herself.
I guess that if she could not alienate her husband's friends via sex, she would use her own death to do so (or perhaps life was simply not worth living without total control over her husband). That effectively planted a seed of hatred between my two friends.
To this day, I wonder if just before she jumped she shouted, "I LOVE YOU DAMEON!"
My late 20 to early 30's sucked. All the women I met were either interested in getting pimp-daddy-government to dictate a "relationship" with a guy like me (after f**king every other guy on the planet), or they were interested in alienating their husband's (or boyfriend's) friends to have more control over their "relationhips" - they did this by using sex as a weapon.
Either way, the women sucked (and not they way they are supposed to suck).
To learn more about modern western women, I recommend a brilliant essay I found:
All Women Are Shit
It is a bit of a long read, but well worth it. The essay is both insightful and brilliant! It is also a very fun and educational read - full of intrigue! I could not stop reading it until I reached the end! Please enjoy it as much as I did!