Men so Vulnerable

Yes romance may be a tool but not a foundation. Could be interior decoration in a house, not lad supporting structures. Would discourage coupling over romance as I would not encourage anyone to start a business because they feel its a swank or exciting thing to do.

From huMAN:

I recently had another insight about what the FUNCTION of women loving chivalry, romance and the sacrifice from their men is… and you’re not going to like it.

Fundamental difference in something like the fauxmance in Titanic and many workplace death situations is kids. Other human beings that are also half you and may care for you in a less ‘die for me sense’ though parasitic to actual resources none the less. I do not think children unconsciously think their folks should die for them. Assuming peaceful or non antagonistic parenting. There is also the risk of childbearing (albeit overstated) and with modern medicine reduced to a minor risk, the evolutionary effect remains. As we developed societies though once a female was with child they usually were out of the market. So there is a part of that lingering, she trades what is likely her most valuable asset for your provision of assets.

Modern relationships are new. This level of choice and perceived options is unprecedented. We used to meet fewer people in our lives and lived closer to our families of origin. The basis for friendships and other relationships differed. I view this as an adjustment period to the seeming abundance of choices trying to be fit into the programmed background of how coupling came to be.

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cool to look at but very low on my things to try and own list

I get to many in the Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW) community children are not considered to be that interesting or positive. But when certain equations are made without that, well to me a Lamborghini isn’t of much interest but I would not just disregard that it has value.


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