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  1. Are you dating an abuser ?

    And here I was thinking that women were only attracted to abusive "bad boys". I've seen it time and again... A lot of them will reject anybody who shows any level of respect for them, and choose the guy who disrespects them. The liberal mindset is all about feeling like a victim, feeling entitled, and blaming everybody else. The mainstream feminism that gets drilled into their heads through the media, school, and especially college is the main reason the divorce rate is so high.
  2. Don't understand guys

    I'm just speaking more as a generalization... Most times the "friend zone" women aren't really friends... Just only there when they want something from you.
  3. Don't understand guys

    Agreed with Vince... I wouldn't want a woman who would put me in the "friend zone"... "Friend Zone" means "I am not interested in him, but I won't be actively hostile. I will string him along in case he some day becomes useful to me."
  4. Why I Don’t Hug Girls: Part 1

    Wow... Just wow... The concept of not touching in any way because I might taint these "goddesses" is just shocking to me... I no longer put anybody on a pedestal... And I certainly won't be groveling before anybody as if I need their approval... Maybe it was just me, but when I was 13, and I first saw "Titanic" I was actually angered at the thought that the "women and children" had to be put in the life boats first... Really? Who is to say that I am more expendable just because I am a man? Why am I expected to freeze to death just because some woman (who makes fun of my OCD and lets me know how I'd never be good enough for her) was born as a different sex? Same thing happened when I was in High School... All this propaganda about how men approaching their 18th birthday had to register with Selective Service (potential military draft)... If they didn't, they risked going to prison, losing their right to vote, hold a government job, get government benefits, etc., etc. They could even (Unconstitutionally) say that I no longer have a right to own a gun because I am a felon who didn't register... (of course I registered, but it made me angry) Why am I considered "expendable" enough that I should have to risk my life when the women who make fun of my OCD don't? Why do they get to vote and have government benefits without the risk of being drafted? True, I used to think of women in idealized terms... They don't match reality... Putting others on a pedestal is never a good idea. The way he's talking about women is pushing into potential "idolatry" territory...
  5. I know how you feel @DHZ. It's hard when you can't find someone... Keep talking to women. I can say with confidence that this is something that gets much easier with practice. Try to find women with similar interests. I don't want to go too far off topic, but I feel the need to respond to what others have said in this thread. I think some of the other posters are way off-base with criticizing your hobbies... I am well aware of the German Catholic saying ("Paint a demon on your wall, and one appears")... But games like Magic, and even the somewhat controversial Dungeons and Dragons have nothing to do with the occult... I stay away from devil related things, but I think that people who attack you for a fictitious card game, or for listening to certain types of music are way off the mark, especially if you are not interested in the occult... I can't speak for others on this board, but under Catholicism, watching or listening to any type of movie or music isn't a sin per se... The most Catholicism will say is that something can be a Near Occasion of Sin... Deliberately leading you into temptation... If somebody is a violent drunk who walks into a bar, it isn't a sin because he went into the bar. It is an Occasion of Sin, because he put himself into the temptation of becoming a violent drunk... It's the same thing with watching violent or sexy movies... If it makes you have violent or sexual tendencies, it is an Occasion of Sin because it leads you into temptation. But just watching a movie isn't in and of itself a sin... This also reminds me of the fundamentalist Christians who like to confuse Wiccan people with "witches"... A Wiccan is somebody who worships nature. A "witch" is somebody who worships the Christian devil. Big difference, yet they use the terms interchangeably...
  6. Social Bias Against Men

    Yeah... That Sharon Osbourne video... All of the hosts of the show were laughing about that for quite a while... Then they laughed at the "apology"... I've said it before, that the people that women love the most are their kids. Yet the only "no-compromise" issue that mainstream feminism has is all about murdering their kids (abortion). If they can convince themselves that this is an acceptable thing to do to their kids, what chance does the husband have? She may "fall out of love" with him. She might have married him because he was convenient. She may have only seen him as a useful idiot. She may have resented him from the beginning. Feminism doesn't care about men... It doesn't care about women either. Most of my friends don't want to get married. Ever. They, like me, are concerned with the high divorce rate, the divorce courts, and especially the family courts, being decidedly against men. Feminism helped promote the no-fault divorce money making scheme. After 2 generations of men being financially destroyed, there is a sizable number of young men who don't want to risk marriage. That leaves the women that want to get married with few options. Now that a lot of young men are waking up to the nightmare marriage and divorce can be, women are having a harder time finding guys who are interested in marrying them. Feminism doesn't care if the women can't find a husband. They don't care that the majority of new mothers are single and living in poverty. They will fiercely support whatever cash cow the politicians and courts will give them.
  7. Greetings Everyone

    Welcome to the site! Hope to see you around!
  8. Exactly right. I agree completely.
  9. As far as Catholicism is concerned, "other stuff" substituting for sex is actually worse than premarital sex... It is considered worse because it is a substitution for sex that is intentionally closed to the possibility of creating life... Therefore, by definition, other sexual acts would count as a loss of virginity to me.
  10. Back in my college days, I would have preferred a natural blonde, or some darker hair colors... But I have seriously opened up my mind to the possibility of looking for a Latina or a woman from the Philippines... Truthfully, it would be my preference to marry a woman of German heritage like myself. But what I am really looking for is a Catholic waiter with a low divorce rate... South America and the Philippines have high concentrations of Catholics with very low divorce rates... I just don't know if it is worth the risk getting involved with a woman from a post-feminist country...
  11. I suppose it's possible. The church that I go to doesn't have any women in my age range. I suspect a lot of churches don't have many young people...
  12. From what I've seen my friends go through, whether they were married or not, the man gets to see his kid(s) one day per week, or one or two days every other week. If the mother is particularly hostile, she could claim the father is abusive to take away his visitation rights, or just try to convince the judge to make things as difficult as possible for the man... One of my friends used to get his kid for 8 hours every other Saturday... Apparently, 16 hours per month counts as "joint custody" here in America... If they were married when the child was born, nothing much changes after divorce. The man is still lucky if he gets his kids for a few hours a week. In the post-feminist world, the man's rights are over once the woman becomes pregnant. His only purpose at that point is to keep paying.
  13. I was speaking in a bit of a hyperbole. The divorce rate in this country used to be negligible. But when the system got rearranged to the point where: 1) Women are the primary ones to benefit from marriage, even if they don't like their husband. 2) Women can file for "no fault" divorce with no proof of any wrongdoing on the husband's part. 3) Women get preferential treatment in divorce courts that favor them. You have completely eliminated any benefit for the men to get married, and completely eliminated any disadvantage for the woman to marry (or divorce). It is unnaturally lopsided. I may have been speaking in a hyperbole, but without the radical changes to the divorce courts in the 1960s, you'd never get the divorce rate to jump from its old negligible rate to where it is today.
  14. Practical Masculinity

    Guns are great... I couldn't imagine life without them!
  15. Agreed. I wouldn't want to be with a woman who is "settling" for me. I just don't know if I'd be able to tell the difference. Granted, I have a pretty good track record (I was able to immediately identify the pathological liar who did so much damage to me), but it's still asking me to be 100% guarded and not fall for an act... I don't really know if I can do it.