Stating The Obvious 0304 – Book Discussion: Date-onomics, How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game by Jon Birger – Part 4
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I continue my discussion of the book Date-onomics, How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game by Jon Birger.
A better title would have been All The Ways Men Need To Change So They Will Me Good Enough For 40 Year Old Fat Single Mothers To Marry.
His data is good. It’s his conclusions which are laughable.
Like all femisymps and beta male white knights Jon Birger makes a point of not holding women accountable for their situation. They are not to blame.
As I’ve been saying. Women are objects not agents.
Other things we learn in episodes 3 and 4 of this series are:
- In episode 3 I sound like I’m about to die.
- Women have no self-awareness.
- Women consider themselves entitled to a man who will marry them.
- Population gender imbalance fact: More women than men = more women being raped as women have less value. Supply and demand.
- Population gender imbalance fact: More men than women = men go into more debt spending money on women to impress them. Supply and demand.
- In China where there are 122 men for each 100 women the women call the shots and men struggle for financial gain so they can have enough money to one day have sex.
- The most important thing to women is getting free resources. That’s their criteria for a man to date. It’s not evil – it’s biology.
- The second most important thing to women is alpha sperm. That’s why they fuck the bad boys. It’s not evil – it’s biology.
- The most important thing to men is young women who can have children. That’s why 43 year old men with money don’t want 40 year old single mothers who are focused on their careers. These men can, and do, date 26 year old women. It’s not evil – it’s biology.
When you pretend biology isn’t real you will end up dying alone.
Part 5 and beyond are coming.
That’s what she said.
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