Where have all the good men gone?
‘Where have all the good men gone?’ It’s a question voiced not only by Bonnie Tyler in Holding Out for a Hero (1984) but also by an increasing number of women in the modern era. Women who ‘hold out for a hero’ are almost always disappointed, and many of them will spend their declining years with a cat or two for company.
It never seems to occur to these women that the shortage of ‘heroes’ – or even normal men who are ‘catches’ as far as long-term relationships are concerned - is largely down to themselves. Their schemes to drive men into unemployment have been very successful. Two-thirds of public sector workers in the UK are women, yet the Equality Act (2010) allows public sector organisations to favour women over men in their recruitment practices. You couldn’t make it up.
A feminised education system has ensured that 60% of undergraduates are female. Men are twice as likely as women to be unemployed after graduation. And we now have a genuine gender pay gap as a result of this social engineering exercise – women up to the age of 29 earn more, on average, than men in the same age range.
But there’s a phenomenon which is gathering pace, Men Going Their Own Way (‘MGTOW’). A gentleman in Finland has created a website devoted to the subject, http://www.mgtow.com. An excerpt from the home page:
MGTOW means Men Going Their Own Way
MGTOW is basically the statement of self-ownership and saying that only you have the right to decide what your goals in life should be.
It is saying that, as a man I will not surrender my will to the social expectations of women and society, because both have become hostile against masculinity.
I predict ever more men will self-identify as MGTOWs as time goes on. It’s time to invest in the shares of companies which make cat food.