Catholic Answers Forum Newbie

While I’m no longer welcome to contribute at Catholic Answers Forum, I do continue to read there. This article was found by my nigga Marcus D., over on Dalrock. Show him some love over there if you get a chance.

Proud Single Mom (fuck’n lol) is a new contributor to Catholic Answers. As it’s my custom to be charitable to people who need help, this will serve as an attempt to realtalk good advice out of a situation which may apply to more than just the original contributor. Lots of women are, in fact, deluded in precisely similar ways.

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I am a single mom to 2 sons & have been single for almost 10 years. My sons are now 11 & 13. The marriage was very abusive & I never thought I’d love again. At least that was the plan, lol. I just wanted to raise my boys.

While abusive men certainly exist, their numbers are far smaller than the multitudes of women who like to paint their ex-husbands and babydaddys as such. I’ve heard all the stories.

“My ex beat me within an inch of my life, plus he was a pervert who tied me up and made me fuck his best friend… and he also fucked my kids in the ass on Saturday nights, and this is why I divorced him.”

I digress, but one’s first reflex at hearing such tales ought to be asking where he’s serving hard time. A serious beatdown and/or rape is a felony in every jurisdiction, and first offenders of this sort rarely get off without going to the clink. When Brother Boxer has asked this question of various women who pulled this crapola, he has almost always been impressed with the backpedaling.

“Oh, he had a really good lawyer, and we couldn’t prove anything… blah blah”

Which means that hubby never did any such thing.

On a couple of occasions, there have been affirmative responses.

“He’s doing 5 to life in Angola… after he put me in hospital, he stole a car and tried to flee the state…”

Which just serves to tell y’r pal Boxer that this bitch has incredibly bad judgment, willingly had multiple kids with an irresponsible criminal, and would probably still be with his dumb ass if the law hadn’t intervened.

In any event, I find PSM’s admission “the marriage was very abusive” to be sorta refreshing, in that she seems to tacitly admit that she was part of the nutty dysfunction. Perhaps they were young and liked to squabble. In the old days, such couples would be supported (and/or slapped around) by fathers of both bride and groom until they settled down and behaved, but those days are over.

Fast forward to 2 and 1/2 years ago & my younger son started taking private music lessons. He is on the Autism Spectrum and sports never worked out so he wanted to try drums which he enjoys very much. His private teacher is just…words cannot describe how awesome he truly is. He is extremely patient and kind & has never gotten impatient even once. He even worked very hard with me on payments while I was unemployed. I can tell he is really a genuine person.

So PSM has fallen in love with a man who views her and her kids as his clients. She is misinterpreting his professional behavior as erotic (or at least personal) interest. He’s extremely patient with her Autistic son, but that’s what he gets paid for, so to do otherwise would demonstrate a poor grasp upon basic salesmanship.

Anyways, I always knew I liked this guy since day 1. But over this past summer I realized how truly head over heels crazy I am for him. I am not talking about a crush and this is definitely *NOT* a case of lust. I am crazy in love with him and I never thought I would be able to love anyone again. I don’t talk to my boys about this kind of stuff but they both have made remarks on their own about how they want to see us together. Their own father hasn’t been in the picture for over 5 years.

If her boys, ages 11 and 13 are making these remarks, then she can’t very well claim that she doesn’t communicate her interest to them. This is an inconsistency which strongly suggests she’s being dishonest. Of course, it’s one thing to lie to strangers on the internet (we all do that, to some extent) and another to lie to oneself, which is what PSM appears to be doing here.

It’s also particularly chilling to read the last line of this paragraph. If the boys father “hasn’t been in the picture for over 5 years” then that implies that PSM has made his life such a miserable hell that he finds not seeing his own two kids preferable to dealing with her. This is not a good sign.

The problem is that I know he doesn’t feel the same way about me and it is because of my weight (he didn’t say that but I’ve been through crushes before and I know the deal…again, this is more…way more… than a crush). I am working on my health & I’ve lost almost 50 pounds (YAY!). But lately I have been feeling extremely inadequate because he’s the man of my dreams & I can’t get him. Yet other people bounce from one marriage to the next, one relationship to the next, etc.

While I salute people who find the self-discipline and strength to improve themselves, PSM should be losing weight for herself and her children, not for some dork of a music teacher, who just sees her as a paying customer.

It is also troubling to see her describing this dude as “the man of [her] dreams” after admitting that he was merely taking her money in exchange for teaching her autistic kid how to sing and play banjo.

I just keep praying to God that he will somehow bring us together down the road, I keep praying saying the verse “love is patient, love is kind” and that is exactly what this guy is because of how fantastic he is with my son and how generous he was when working with me on payments. I don’t know if he is Catholic or not (never asked him) but if he isn’t I’d like to talk to him about how peaceful & awesome our religion is (I am convinced that it got me through the bad times in my first marriage).

Does anyone think that this is possible? Should I keep the faith? Please keep my family in your prayers *& pleaser pray for us that this might work out down the road. 

He’s the man of her dreams, but she doesn’t know what faith he professes, if any?

This reads as though a Mormon chick wrote it, in an attempt to flirty-fish a convert-husband away from the Catholics or Jews. Here I digress, but it’s interesting.

In the end, PSM must face the fact that she’s a single mom, with two sons, one of whom is mentally disabled. She describes herself as occasionally unemployed and unable to pay her bills (though her crush has generously worked with her in times of need). She admits that she has had problems with overeating, and while we should all give respect to people who undertake the discipline of self-improvement, she appears to be doing so temporarily, merely to snag a fella, after which it is safe to assume that she’ll resume porking out. We also must respect the fact that she’s not simply opening her legs to attract this dude, which is what most skank-ho single moms would be doing.

The object of her obsession certainly has more viable options than PSM. This isn’t easy for such women to hear, but it’s the reality of the situation, and a wise person will accept it.

What the folks over at Catholic Answers will probably never tell her is that Catholic theology is openly contemptuous of her aspirations. She seems to be a lifelong believer, which alludes to the fact that she married her first husband in the Catholic church. That marriage is still valid, and will remain so, unless she goes to an ecclesiastical court and gets an annulment. Whether we agree with Catholic theology or not, this is the custom, and it’s unlikely that will ever change. Thus, if she’s serious about her faith, she will forget this dude, continue to lose weight, and try to attract the attention of her husband and father to her two boys, who is the only man she’s supposed to be banging or living with, under the spirit and letter of the law.

Ed: Lyn87 brings the realtalk

Did Hillary Cheat?

cricequueaadpy7-jpg-large-2It’s apparently the job of Hollywood actors to fact-check the Clinton campaign and their corrupt media hacks. James Woods tweeted: “She can’t even lie without help,” calling attention to Hillary’s earpiece and strange cadence in responding to questions.

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Read more on this story here.

Like it or not (and I know a lot of you mofos ain’t gonna like this) she’s still more qualified than Jeb Bush.

Gab: A New Social Network

screen-shot-2016-09-07-at-11-27-23On or about summer 2014, twitter fell to SJW fags and other thought-policing losers. The firm has restructured several times since, and stock prices have tanked. Twitter co-founder Evan Williams allegedly even suggested a buyout, though there is no reason to believe such a thing is going to happen.

This trend, of shitlibs destroying everything they come into contact with, is actually a moneymaking opportunity to some in the know. Chuck Johnson (one of the first to be banned from twitter) claims to have made a huge amount of money shorting the stocks of companies when they begin their downward trajectory, started by concessions to feminists, looters and wreckers.

Gab is a new startup which promises something different: the ability to speak freely. There are some limitations. Death threats and illegal pornography will get you banned and reported to law enforcement. Provided you’re a normal person who has no interest in this sort of nonsense, you will ostensibly be free to speak about anything you like.

Milo Yiannopolous, Mike Cernovich, Joseph Paul Watson, Stefan Molyneux and others are already there, posting unique content.

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Statistics and Matrimony

There is a lot of divorce porn around in which a not very attractive woman ditches her boring unexciting husband, and then lands a six foot eight inch tall highly athletic billionaire. File that with ones where she marries an immortal vampire or gets abducted by pirates, sold into the Sultan’s harem, and becomes the Sultan’s favorite. The author of “Eat Pray Love” attempted to carry out her novel in real life. Wound up marrying a man in need of a green card, much older and poorer than her ex, who dumped her shortly after his green card came through. And if you are a woman approaching thirty that is what will happen to you if you don’t let your husband get a word in sideways. He probably will not leave you, but if you don’t treat him respect, you will wind up making the extremely bad decision of leaving him. Much as so often sex “just happened” even though you were not really planning on it and it was a really bad idea, divorce also “just happens”. Women inherently lack agency, and really bad decisions just keep “just happening”.

Much more at blog.jim.com

The Robots Cometh

Humans could become addicted to mind-blowing romps with SEX ROBOTS, according to expert.

What’s most interesting about these articles is their asymmetry. They seem to be engineered as scare pieces, and it’s only men who are really described as being lost to silicon sex. No one is worried about women checking out of the marriage market.

There’ll be no need to for a bond with the robot, plus it’ll never be able to turn you down.

The beautiful life-like cyborgs will never have headaches, break your heart or demand a divorce.

Much more at The Sun and The Star.

Heroic Alpha v. Pathetic Beta

 

This is a response to this insightful comment. Writer boydoesntmeetgirl ripostes with:

I would say that being educated, wealthy, articulate and in control is not how women define an alpha male — that’s how traditional wisdom defines “alpha”, which is exactly the mode of thinking that relegated many guys to incel. Also, guys who are not weak, and (by all appearances) are able to do the controlling and manipulating on their women seem to be the ones women most want.

That’s a particularly salient point. I rarely use the terms “alpha” and “beta”. They have never been well-defined and when others use them I can’t ever be strictly sure that I know what I’m reading about. I think they’re nice metaphors for kids who are brand new to the ‘sphere, so I wouldn’t discourage them; but, anyway.

Snip the journal article, which I’ll read later… And thank you for posting it!

Well, it’s not really about me personally, but on that point, there is a new stoner/boner blog post that I have commented in, and it hits this issue pretty directly. I’ll just link to it for efficiency.

Wow! You mean the lazy hack “stonerwithaboner” stole my content without citing me, and put it on his gay-ass blog? I’m shocked, just shocked, at this. lol

Heh, here’s one for you… You KNOW you’re truly an incompetent beta when you are spending time and energy, and maybe even a little money, on attention whoring women like that who live over 2,000 miles away. You’re not getting sex, but they are getting free attention — the kind of shameful toadying that only a desperate, inexperienced incel would be stupid enough to ladle out. Depending on how sweet the deal is for them, it may seem impossible to get rid of them, yes…until the point when they astound you with how easily they get rid of you, as soon as they get bored and/or you show some genuine vulnerability. 

You bring up a really interesting point here.

A lot of young guys have been so conditioned by the predominant feminist narratives that they don’t even want sex. They imagine women can be “friends” with men, in the way men are friends with one another. I haven’t devoted nearly enough time to deconstructing this, but it seems like it might be just as red a pill to swallow as the sexuality aspect.

If we want to get theoretical, books by Simon Sheppard and Esther Vilar are good places to start to appreciate the differences. Really though, all a young man has to do is to observe his female peers as they interact with one another. Women generally don’t have authentic friendships, in the way that men do. They have a zero-sum mentality, which dictates hatred for any of their sisters who benefits in any way. Their social landscape is constantly shifting, with one or another “bestie” fading in or out of favor. Does any normal man actually want to be friends with one of these women?

If that’s where you are at by the time you finally crack and go to the brothel, you might as well break the bank and go deluxe at it, because as far as otherwise irresponsible splurge goes, it will be the best investment you’ve ever made.

The hoe that was the subject of that little string of texts was an otherwise attractive but crazy young lady. I banged her a couple of times, before she became tiresome. Her insanity was such that I never allowed her to come over to my place. In any event, she thought she’d give me an ultimatum, a couple of months ago, to which I didn’t respond. Here she is back again, begging to be “friends”.

No woman is my friend. If I needed so much as a lift to a meeting, I know she couldn’t be counted upon to meet that need. Her little diatribe is an illustration of just how women use that word, assuming that their male victims will not understand it. Friendship, to her, implies (after a couple of halfhearted ejaculations) another attempt at getting to my house, nesting, moving in, and getting access to my money market account. It’s really just that simple.

The average prostitute is more honest than the average wimminz, these days. She doesn’t waste your time, and won’t pester you for weeks and weeks, after you tell her flatly to piss off and leave you alone.

So what’s the difference between an “alpha” and a “beta”? Am I an alpha, simply because I don’t let myself get taken advantage of? Would I have been an alpha in the saner and more productive society of 1916? I don’t pretend to know the answer, because I don’t have a rigorous definition. Like “friend,” the word is used in different ways, by different people, generally when they want you to do something for them.

Shit Happened in August

Glenn Stanton’s Gospel of Wimminz Supremacy

Glenn Stanton is the director of “family formation studies” at Focus On The Family, a powerful nonprofit that has raised about half a billion dollars in the last five years. He is also the author of numerous books, including Loving My LGBT Neighbor (2014), and the director/producer of a feature film. As such, he joins other Christian hucksters like Joel Osteen and Mark Driscoll who have made fabulous wealth by fleecing the flock, peddling a duplicitous feminist message all the while.

Stanton’s latest article “Why Man and Woman Are Not Equal” is a fair example of his work.

American Dad: The Blog

No, this isn’t related to the ridiculous television program of the same name. This is the work of a true cultural subversive, spreading the countersocial meme that (gasp) fathers are necessary, and ought to be respected.

From the about page:

In the interest of egalitarianism, the philosophies of the past 100 years have created a disordered, chaotic dystopia. This site represents one of many lines of effort to fight back the decline.

Visit this example of hateful cisgender-patriarchy here.

Pope Francis Brings the Pain

Pope Francis dared to say something sensible: namely that children don’t need to be exposed to a bunch of weird tranny theatrics while they’re learning to read and count. Once he made realtalk safe, a gaggle of pediatricians timidly supported him.

Naturally, the degenerates are outraged. As we all know, they enjoy being outraged, so we may as well speak freely, and let the chips fall where they may.