On Single Mom’sPosted: April 18, 2012
there was an interesting post on single mom’s on Mentu’s site . i’ve also told younger guys and some single mom’s about my thoughts on the dating single mom’s phenomenon. firstly, as a man just shy of 40, most of the women in my dating pool are going to have a child. i have no problem with that. however, more than one child and i’m not committing. now, this isn’t an attack or a shaming on women that are single and have 2-3 kids. i’m quite sure it would be different if i had a kid or 2 myself.
me being a 38 year old childless man, i’m NOT SURE if i want kids…..and what if i DO want to have kids some day? a women with 2-3 kids has basically killed it for me- if i DON’T want kids. if i DO…..tough shit. so i choose to not engage in serious committed relationships with them. sex…..SURE. commitment, no….sorry. i think the world of a woman who’s working and raising 2 kids (hell, my own mom did it.).
those who’ve taken the red-pill are pretty aware of the current trend of women dumping their husbands and cleaning them out for frivolous reasons. i have no problem with divorcing a man who’s abusive or any other legit reason. but i have NUKED, single mom’s that gave me attitude and suggested i was lucky she was even giving me the time of day. and honestly, you’d be surprised how many single mom’s DO still have entitlement issues. well big surprise my soft harem is ALL single mom’s back in NO.
the purpose of this post IS NOT, about single mom’s though. i was pondering something else.
the “do not commit to single mom’s meme” is spreading quickly. divorced men are telling younger men the pit-falls and risks of marriage. boys are seeing what their fathers are being put through. and daughters i’m sure are noticing how mom is basically on the carousel. THIS, is what struck me as interesting……
i was talking with the private man last night and mentioned my theory how the upcoming generation of young girls might just be the reformers of american marriage, that they might be less inclined to just drop the marriage. to which private man mentioned that if the ‘sphere goes mainstream it’s very possible. but i have a different reason for thinking this: i think the up-coming young women may be more willing to work trying to keep the union alive having seen first hand how difficult it was for their mother’s to secure commitment after divorce. did i research this: seriously….ME research?