What I learned as a MGTOW. Episode 1 (part1 of 2)
The myth I lived under
|TV truly is a wasteland|
Back in the blue pill days of my marriage, under illusions of love and devotion, I stupidly watched the show "Sex and the City." Subconsciously I was probably still trying to understand women and thought maybe the show could somehow enlighten me. I probably had the only wife in the world that didn't watch that show; primarily because she would often go to bed at 10pm or earlier (yeah, that did wonders for our sex life). I realize my mistake now of watching a bunch of feminists. I was only really interested in Kim Cattrall's character since she seemed to be the only one with a real sex drive on the show; the rest just spent most of the time over-thinking the most minute details of their relationships. Her character, Samantha, symbolized the myth of women getting hornier as they age. I was always under the impression that women did not reach their sexual peak until the age of 36.
Kim Cattrall's character, Samantha, was portrayed as being in her late 30's or early 40's; the oldest of the group of 4 for sure. As the horn dog of the group, the myth of an older woman with a sex drive was propagated. According to anything Hollywood, it seems like all older women are merely approaching their sexual peak. Go to Google and a search of "female sexual peak" and the age at which women reach their sexual peak is 31, 35, and even 40s. Meanwhile men are bombarded by Viagra ads. After all, it's always the man's fault right?
Science... the great myth buster!
From Dr. Schnarch’s book Passionate marriage:
“Most textbooks on human sexuality, adolescent development, and family life teach that men reach their sexual prime before they even hit their twenties. Women supposedly reach their prime several years later… and therein lies our problem. Health-care providers make the same mistake as the rest of us: We’ve confused genital prime with sexual prime. ..... If the myth is fully perpetuated, it grants 30-something women sexual liberation." [e.g. a cougar dating a guy in his early 20s]
Meanwhile any guy dating someone younger is just a dirty old man.
|Examining pop culture bullshit|
Countless studies confirm that female sexual arousal peaks at ovulation (the point in their menstrual cycles when they can conceive children). Longer term, female fertility peaks in their early twenties. According to the National Institute of Health, their fertility begins plummeting “precipitously” in their late 20′s! Women wanting sex more as they age is anti-science, and it is pop culture bullshit. I have no idea where myself heard it but I was always under the impression a woman's sexual peak was at age 36. I got married in my mid 20s, but I have to wonder if maybe on a subconscious level I was thinking my sex life would be safe for at least 10 more years.
Seeing the myth broken firsthand
|God, even this egg is not putting out|
My personal experience from marriage was that as time went on my wife no longer put out, later didn't want to put out, and later couldn't put out. Looking back at the excuses, I now realize they were just covering up her dying sex drive. It started with not putting out; the excuse being she was so tired from watching our young children all day. Next came the not wanting to put out. My advances refused because she was still mad about some minor indiscretion from a few days ago. Next came the couldn't put out. Numerous times she would say she 'was not in the mood' and on one occasion said she didn't know why. The rare occasions of sex seemed to be somewhat painful for her. She still got wet but nowhere near the extent to which when she was 23. At age 23 she would get up and straddle me and was dripping pussy juice on me. For years I felt her problems were somehow my fault, but when speaking to married men of similar age, the same theme was repeated. And I'm sure their stories were tempered too. After all who takes pride in a dry, sexless wife?
When it comes to sexual power, younger women have it in abundance compared to the older ladies. Older women, and those getting there, have a great incentive to glamorize their sexuality. Doesn't having sex with a cougar or a MILF sound so much better than 'a woman in her 40s'? Another example is how older women view Madonna. When she was in her 20s she was considered racy and slutty. But now Madonna is past age 50 and considered artistic and another one of those 'empowering women'. A young woman coming across this game will probably play along. Who wouldn't want a "do-over' in their 40s if society still considers you desirable at that age.
|Cougar practicing bar poses|
Saying that a 30-something woman is at her peak is a PC way of saying she’s a slut. But given that “slut” implies something bad (and we know that a woman doing what she wants with her body can never be bad) those myth-sustainers prefer to say she is peaking. --Spearhead.com
I don't expect the myth of women getting hornier as they age to disappear anytime soon. Feminism will keep it going. After all sexual power is all they have. It's a facade. She ain't pretty... she just looks that way.
[LINK - She ain't pretty, she just looks that way]
|...and worn out.|
[They] get fucked by so many men who pump-and-dump them that by age 30 their pussies are like Ozzie Osbourne’s brain: exhausted, spent, and hopeless. -- Spearhead.com
So a big thank you to Hollywood and female society as a whole for perpetuating the lie. You have to feel sorry for men in this generation that are now getting married in their late 20s and early 30s. Little do they know that the well will be running dry soon. Maybe they will get lucky and find sources on the internet that are not biased. Unlike myself who spent years blaming myself and feeling undesirable during marriage, only to find a year after my divorce, a woman who desired me who was also someone I considered out of my league. Such is the dignity siphon called marriage.
Lies. Damned Lies.
These dry holes *love* that you’re blaming yourself. If they reject you, it's always your fault, and is a convenient way to conceal a reproductive system well past its warranty. These dry holes known as Sahara Snatches employ the following lies.
- “Friendship first, sex comes later.”
- “I know what I’m worth and I’m not going to settle.”
- “I don’t do casual sex.”
|a famous Sahara Snatch|
I have seen all of these myself on countless dating profiles, online chats and in person. Since I usually do the same age range in the dating site's search feature, these were all on women who were 30-50 years old. So the next time a cougar accuses you of wanting sex too soon, it's quite possible that she's barren, sterile, and is 10-15 years past her peak.
In part 2 I'll cover first hand experiences, and how feminism ruins women with this myth.