I've been lurking here for years and learned many valuable things from the people who post here. This new direction is great. Following along Roosh's taking of the Godpill has been the best part, here on the forum, Twitter and the podcasts.
Hypno said:Was Solomon, who had 600 wives, a fornicator?
BlastbeatCasanova said:Maybe there is a way to meet in the middle instead of deleting threads and banning certain topics
Roosh, see, don't do this. I understand that after listening to a great man like E Michael Jones, you're ready to jump down that spiritual path. But take it from me, who grew up along the spiritual path: don't become like those who wish to shackle others to their line of faith. I plea that you instead make a subforum to discuss marriage and so. We can all make some new forum, but there's a certain culture here that has to stay. Think about it, if you suddenly implement those rules, then you have a lot of lost men, including future ones, who will have nowhere to go. It's better to at least give them a comfortable home and then convert hopefully by their choice than to leave them out in the cold.loremipsum said:Looks like this thread has caught the interest of media retards like Bernstein.
To add to this, back in the day, it use to be common in surburban america culture to wing your son through relationships by actively mixing him up with girls at family neighborhood mixers. It grows social bonds and let girls and boys deal out their relationship dynamics. Heck, that was the whole point of school dances.Covfefe said:I thought this was an April 1st post, but maybe not.
My main contention is this: How can someone get the skills to maintain life-long relationships (allowed) without learning the skills to attract and maintain casual plates (not allowed)? One skill sharpens the other, and we cannot expect younger men to act like blue-pilled Christians waiting for their chaste bride while American culture promotes the opposite in women. Dalrock's blog has much to say on the subject.
As someone who mostly lurks on the forums, these changes won't affect me, but I'll be disappointed if existing threads are deleted.