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PrinceJudar wrote:

I'm very familiar with SMV and red pill terminology. You probably read some of the content as I do.


You may not believe me but I had to go look up what those are.
Market Value is a term I apply to just about everything, because it applies to just about everything xD. Mind you, the definition of red pill google gave me certainly rings true to me, but I suspect that as with everything else on the internet, the term is probably hijacked or used by nasty people with extreme views. Rather not associate with it ;)
My words are my own and from my experience, the internet can go eff itself XP



PrinceJudar wrote:
Although males I notice certainly have a similar fondness for smashing glass (I think the noise tends to be very satisfying). I'd say female violence may perhaps be more in quantity, but very often results in less or minor injuries (and I think it's how nonthreatening it more often is that lends to its unfortunate social acceptance).


Absolutely agree. I encounter and hear about far more little outbursts by women, but they aren't a huge deal. I do think it's a problem that a woman can generally get away with so much even in public, but that's another topic.
I would say, however, quantity vs quality is 100% spot on. I have not seen a lot of men take out their anger on their environment, but the one guy I did see do that was on another level. I'm talking about breaking doors off their hinges and breaking windows....
So don't think for a second I don't think guys can go overboard hahaha


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Females are definitely more indirect. I think for some it's a matter of risk aversion, while for more empathetic types it tends to be a matter of avoiding the 'bad guy' label (by self or others). Some especially empathetic woman will choose the long painful rejection style to avoid directly seeing the pain they inflict upon a person.


Yeah my sister is very much like that. I lost count of how many times she would tell me about all the problems she had with someone and how she did not know how to solve the issue. My answer was always the same: "Stop talking to her/him." or "End the relationship."
Of course she never did that.

I think really it comes down to picking your poison. If you are someone who prefers your stuff up front, the way men generally approach conflict/competition is probably more up your alley. If you are someone who has a hard time dealing with direct confrontation or competitiveness, the way women generally approach is would be more up your alley.

I'm personally obsessed with honesty and allergic to bullshit, so even most men aren't direct enough for my liking.
On the other hand I have a friend who told me she would prefer being lied to than told a hurtful truth. Boggled my mind. But at least she's honest about it O.o
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You may not believe me but I had to go look up what those are.
Market Value is a term I apply to just about everything, because it applies to just about everything xD. Mind you, the definition of red pill google gave me certainly rings true to me, but I suspect that as with everything else on the internet, the term is probably hijacked or used by nasty people with extreme views. Rather not associate with it ;)
My words are my own and from my experience, the internet can go eff itself XP

You'd be correct that there are some quite angry fellow within. I was really surprised to see the term applied outside of red pill circles. Very ironic, lol.


PrinceJudar wrote:Absolutely agree. I encounter and hear about far more little outbursts by women, but they aren't a huge deal. I do think it's a problem that a woman can generally get away with so much even in public, but that's another topic.
I would say, however, quantity vs quality is 100% spot on. I have not seen a lot of men take out their anger on their environment, but the one guy I did see do that was on another level. I'm talking about breaking doors off their hinges and breaking windows....
So don't think for a second I don't think guys can go overboard hahaha

For sure, for sure. I don't think anyone here would argue that males tend to have the extremity in violence--but certainly female violence often goes overlooked.


PrinceJudar wrote:Yeah my sister is very much like that. I lost count of how many times she would tell me about all the problems she had with someone and how she did not know how to solve the issue. My answer was always the same: "Stop talking to her/him." or "End the relationship."
Of course she never did that.

I think really it comes down to picking your poison. If you are someone who prefers your stuff up front, the way men generally approach conflict/competition is probably more up your alley. If you are someone who has a hard time dealing with direct confrontation or competitiveness, the way women generally approach is would be more up your alley.

I'm personally obsessed with honesty and allergic to bullshit, so even most men aren't direct enough for my liking.
On the other hand I have a friend who told me she would prefer being lied to than told a hurtful truth. Boggled my mind. But at least she's honest about it O.o

A lot of women are, they just hate to know of the harm they caused. I think it has a lot to do with how female empathy works. Probably hits them like a mirror when it's direct.

Yeah, I'm definitely the more upfront type myself. I tend to like guys that dislike each other though. I like them so direct it's often rude--which often isn't always tolerated by some. Regardless, I prefer their upfront hostility towards each other versus the quiet distaste in the background. Lol.

She'd prefer the lie? That's really quite boggling. I don't get that at all--and I won't pretend I do.

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