Glad to see some mgtow comics. its barbarossaaaa would you guys be willing to draw some comics for me in exchange for a shoutout to this sit on my channel?
Hey BarBar: we're up to considering new ideas. If you email me at mgtowcomics ATT gmail , we can talk more. We're fans of your work as well. -Jagr
This is brilliant !
Glad you like it DS. Too many are out there seeing the same things but that reality isn't expressed anywhere in our media.
So true, stupid sluts.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. Hope this comic is just the beginning... great way to spread the message, brother!
Wait, so those men in the background 'deserve' her?That has some fucked up implications.Yes, some women love men who are awful partner choices. You know who else does that? Some men. I have seen guys waste years on awful women who don't care about them, and visa versa.It is that woman's right to ignore average looking 'nice guys' in preference of 'jerks'. BTW, if you think that you 'deserve' any woman, then you aren't really nice. You are 'nice'.
Blah, blah, blah. Take your moral equivalency and shaming back to the plantation. It doesn't work here. Neener, neener, neeeeeener!!
Nice try, Anonymous. You may be 'anonymous' in a technical sense but when you use the standard discredited techniques of the average feminist, you're a known quantity, so to speak. The idea that men think they 'deserve' the woman is simply in your head; there's no basis for it. The more likely reason is transparent projecting of your own entitlement. Women are empowered to make all the self-defeating decisions they like; that's their "right". However, it is asinine to chase jungle-era qualities in men; experience the inevitable consequences, and THEN fault the male gender for being incapable of treating them well. It's a little something that we'd like you to eventually internalize- the idea of accountability. Civilization depended on it. Make decisions, then own them. The question is what makes a woman think she is entitled to a "good man", particularly when she doesn't embody the traits a man would think would make a suitable long-term partner and mother; and especially when she's explicitly ruling them out. A new day has dawned with the Red Pill. The days of your spouting simplistic, easily discarded arguments are over. The same "easy" cliches that you use in feminist circles which go unchallenged to rationalize your Hamster won't really pass muster in an environment where men think critically about unevolved female behavior.