Sunday, 11 May 2014

27 Statistics about the fairer sex


27 Statistics about the fairer sex


I was MGTOW for years before I came across the MGTOW philosophy.  As I continue to learn more about MGTOW and related material, it just seems to further cement my choice.


The following statistics are results of a survey from That's Life! magazine.  The survey questioned 5,000 women, average age 38, across England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.


% of women
Situation
Almost 50%
women would lie to their husbands or partners to keep their relationship going if they became pregnant by another man. 
50%
 one woman in two would not tell her man that the baby she was carrying was not his, if she wanted to stay with him.
42%
would lie about contraception in order to get pregnant, in spite of the wishes of their partner. 
96%
admit to lying.
45%
tell "little white lies" most days. 
33%
would stay with their husband if they found out he was a "secret transvestite", but only half that number (17%) would put up with him if he refused to wash. 
78%
would pass off a second-hand gift as a brand new present.
50%
have claimed a festive card was "lost in the post".
83%
admit to telling "big, life-changing lies", with 13% saying they do so frequently. 
70%
Partners are most likely to be lied to by women, with friends (65%), parents (64%), customers and clients (58%) and bosses (57%) also being deceived. 
36%
would tell their friends if their man was hopeless in bed
61%
want their partners to be "brutally honest"
54%
admitting to stealing sweets or chocolates. 

57%
admitted to stealing something, while one in four had taken from their parents
23%
would "sneak a bottle or two" home if they were invited to a party by a well-off friend. 
49%
would "kiss and tell" to the media for £25,000 if they had a one-night stand with a celebrity
38%
say they would marry purely for money
23%
would allow their man to sleep with another woman for £50,000. 
79%
% have got drunk at the office Christmas party
1/3rd
admit to "getting off with someone they don't fancy
5%
have ended up having sex with the boss
31%
say they would not tell a future partner if they had a sexual disease. This rises for 65% for single women.
46%
fake orgasms
55%
claim they are tired, have a headache, or feel ill to "get out of lovemaking". 
19%
women with a long-term partner say they have cheated on him by having an affair
30%
% of all women have had an affair with a married man. 
68%
do not trust their partner. 

What was the point in getting married again?

So if you happen to find:
1 of the 32% that trusts their partner
1 of the 17% that don't carry around a life changing lie
1 of the 45% that don't lie to get out of lovemaking
 ...your odds of finding one that meets all 3 of these criteria, the percentage chance goes down to 2.44% (0.32 x 0.17 x 0.45).   

These 3 criteria are my own personal choice; some of you will find other criteria that are more important to you, and some will not stop at 3.  I just picked 3 which I personally considered basic, and nowhere near the laundry lists I've seen on online dating profiles.  Maybe I'm old fashioned, but trusting your partner is a wee bit more important than a common female criteria of "must be taller than me because I like to dance in heels."

For those MGTOWS who are not at level 3 (men who rejects all form of traditional romantic relationships, including dating, one-night stands, etc), use protection, hide your wine bottles and hide your sweets.



Man who rejects all form of traditional romantic relationships, including dating, one-night stands, etc. - See more at: http://mgtow1.blogspot.ca/2014/03/inaugural-post.html#sthash.qHOdgnr0.dpuf

Man who rejects all form of traditional romantic relationships, including dating, one-night stands, etc. - See more at: http://mgtow1.blogspot.ca/2014/03/inaugural-post.html#sthash.qHOdgnr0.dpuf

Man who rejects all form of traditional romantic relationships, including dating, one-night stands, etc. - See more at: http://mgtow1.blogspot.ca/2014/03/inaugural-post.html#sthash.qHOdgnr0.dpuf



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