2018-01-12 at 8:38 PM #715440+16
I can only think of a few men I knew personally that never got married or had children. One was a friend of my father’s who would visit us from time to time and bring gifts. One was a choir director. And another one was a Catholic priest that I helped perform mass when I was an altar boy.
I’ve spent my entire life as a bachelor with no kids. I didn’t plan to have this status when I was younger—I assumed I would eventually get married to a woman with a pretty face and sweet attitude. But a series of bad relationships with women and the drama that comes with sharing a household with other people inspired me to live alone.
"I saw that there comes a point, in the defeat of any man of virtue, when his own consent is needed for evil to win-and that no manner of injury done to him by others can succeed if he chooses to withhold his consent. I saw that I could put an end to your outrages by pronouncing a single word in my mind. I pronounced it. The word was ‘No.’" (Atlas Shrugged)2018-01-12 at 8:44 PM #715444+7
Two, an computers ingenier and a medical pharmaceutical sells representative.
All other men who went MGTOW even if they don’t know it are divorced dudes.
My god is death. I don’t know if your god exist, I don’t know if will meet it, but I’m sure you and I, we both will meet mine.2018-01-12 at 9:00 PM #715466+2
I don’t know of any lifetime bachelors in real life aside from myself. All the men I know are cucks and white knight simps!2018-01-12 at 9:03 PM #715470+11
Worked in 5 different countries. Looks 15 years younger.
Never said getting old is lonely. At least not any more lonely than the daily routine of a married man.
And one is enough.
roses are red, violets are blue. life's a bitch, why marry and get rabies.2018-01-12 at 9:15 PM #715481+5
I am. Never married and after getting ringside seats to what happened to my older brother I’m glad that I never ventured down that path.2018-01-12 at 9:16 PM #715483+8
I know and have known several lifetime bachelors and not just family members either.
It seems there have been one or two in each generation on either side of my family going back to at least both grandfathers’ grandfathers’ generation. I’ve a bachelor uncle both the paternal and maternal sides, I’m a bachelor uncle myself, and I’ve three cousins of various types who are bachelor uncles too.
I think one reason why my immediate family hasn’t been as “pushy” regarding marriage as some other families is the fact that we’ve always had bachelor uncles.
#ICETHEMOUT Do not date. Do not impregnate. Do not co-habitate. Above all, do not marry. Reclaim and never again surrender your personal sovereignty.2018-01-12 at 10:00 PM #715540+5
Not enough. Most had to acquire some scars before they achieved enlightenment.2018-01-12 at 10:29 PM #715574+3
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Live long and prosper. Spock says “Don’t marry or date.”
Women lie; they do not like it that often the truth hurts. #shecanthandlethetruth2018-01-12 at 11:56 PM #715606+1
I know 4, within a mile of me! Lifers! Beyond that a few more family and friends, so about 10 or more!
All married for life are now in their 70s’ or 80s’ all the rest are hoppers, and supper hoppers!
The only stability a man has is being on his own!
Thank Grandma, Great Grandma, and Great Great Grandma feminist for the s~~~tiest women in the history of mankind!
Literally, NOT WORTH A F~~~!
BODYCAM When a man finds himself in this sea of utter madness2018-01-13 at 12:06 AM #715610+2
The general (female) population grows dumber each year, someone left the stupid dial on high. Men will be homeless and in jail, women will be on welfare or prostitutes but thats a blue pill man’s problem.
I know what you mean about supposed ‘companionship’ a woman was supposed to offer, but she (the hive) bit the plastic apple (phone), downloaded the vibrator app for her dildo and (finally) has a male sex robot built for her. Phew! (Good thing a man invented one for her.)
But most men will die before thier wife, or die old and alone after watching friends drop. Marriage rates will be so low there will be a tipping point, likely the collapse of society via the welfare state (tax revolt?) or genetically engineered/cloning etc.
Robots will steal most (stupid) jobs. I hope robots pay taxes and shop.
#IceThemOut ~ Let them have cats. Let them have wine. Let them have bubble baths... Alone and wondering where the good men are.2018-01-13 at 12:13 AM #715613+4
the drama that comes with sharing a household with other people inspired me to live alone.
I am blessed to live alone, no need to hire a roommate or pay a landlord. Women have 35 tons of clothes and makeup not worth the haul.
#IceThemOut ~ Let them have cats. Let them have wine. Let them have bubble baths... Alone and wondering where the good men are.2018-01-13 at 2:58 AM #715681+3
excluding myself i know 3 true longterm lifelong unmarried motherf~~~ers.
2 are diehard apple geeks,
now 50+ living with mom
keeping their resources for themselves,
steam locomotives and old Apple hardware respectively.
1 is an IT/Network Guy
who lives independently,
pours his resources into himself and his car,
and gives no s~~~ and does not take s~~~ either.
I would listen to these men for IT advice any day – they got their minds on track.
Women and Children are unaware what a Man is capable of. Keep it that way.2018-01-13 at 4:54 AM #715753+4
what’s your definition of a lifetime bachelor? Simply never married? I know quite a few, as I’m a millenial, and my generation is bring the lowest marriage rate in history. If you’re a boomer, chances are you dont know many lifetime bachelors, as 9/10 boomers got married at some point before age 40.
Today an unprecedented portion of millennials will remain unmarried through age 40, a recent Urban Institute report predicted. The marriage rate might drop to 70 percent — a figure well below rates for boomers (91 percent), late boomers (87 percent) and Gen Xers (82 percent). And declines might be even sharper if marriage rates recover slowly, or not at all, from pre-recession levels, according to the report.
"He didn't marry until now, so he won't ever do it. Think about it, why would a man like him ever marry? It's too late to catch him. " ~some cunt2018-01-13 at 6:30 AM #715793+4
I know of several. Of the ones I know only my uncle now in his 70’s and myself (about to turn 53) seem to be quite happy having never been married nor having kids.
I also had a series of bad relations~~~s, and after the last one in my late 20’s-early 30’s I decided I had enough and went MGTOW. I didn’t know the movement even existed when I made the decision, I just did what I felt was right for me. I have never been happier. I despise drama and that was all I really ever got in huge amounts from any of the relations~~~s.
MGTOW for 22 years.2018-01-13 at 6:51 AM #715802
I also had a series of bad relations~~~s, and after the last one in my late 20’s-early 30’s I decided I had enough and went MGTOW. I didn’t know the movement even existed when I made the decision, I just did what I felt was right for me. I have never been happier.
I’m 21 years! Our stories are identical! MGTOW didn’t exist! Their was no acronym! We were among the first Western men to walk away from female empowerment! To decide NO! We made the only logical move in a world so indifferent to our nature and well being!
By my mid 20’s I started taking less bites of the apple, by 30 I had to get my s~~~ together and make something of my life! Women were the first thing eXed’ off my my list! If weren’t for a fling 5 years later, I would have 25 years solo!
Feminism has made the modern paradigm of women and society out to break and destroy masculinity calling our nature TOXIC.
Artboy99, We’re two frogs from the same Cultural Experiment Crock Pot! Leaping out was the only choice we had! Otherwise we’d be boiled frogs!
BODYCAM When a man finds himself in this sea of utter madness2018-01-13 at 6:59 AM #715808+1
I’m the only one I know of. Suffering abuse from post-wall landwhale teachers all throughout my childhood turned me off before I even hit puberty.
I thought about “pursuing” women when I was a teenager then I thought “Why should I?” MGTOW is just survival for me.2018-01-13 at 7:36 AM #715828+7
How many men do you know who wish they were lifetime bachelors?
I am just a simple bicycle.2018-01-13 at 7:59 AM #715840+2
I don’t know where you guys live but almost all my childhood friends are bachelors.
And about every second guy I meet, in private or at work is a bachelor.
Just a few days ago a guy at work asked me: “Are you married?”
I replied: “No, I’m not crazy.”
He laughed and said: “Me neither.”
Then we had a good laugh about guys being stupid enough to not be bachelors.
"Bachelors know more about women than married men; if they didn't they'd be married too."2018-01-13 at 8:12 AM #715845+1
I hang out with a very family oriented set. The 50 year old’s all have multiple marriages and most are currently married.
It is a crowd of damaged people. Damaged by the very dream they chased so hard all their lives.
Now their in their 50’s and so jealous of me for having retired and being single that it’s funny.
I don’t know any life long bachelors.
#icethemout; Remember Thomas Ball. He died for your children.2018-01-13 at 8:19 AM #715849+1
Several, the Buddhist monk seemed to be the happiest. One had regret not having children of his own.
mgtow is its own worst enemy- https://www.campusreform.org/
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