The author is a male model and trainer in his thirties.
The women mentioned are in their twenties and live in Boston.
Having lived abroad for five years, he was shocked at what
he found when he used Tinder to meet women.
"Women seem to be even more depraved than just five or ten years ago. On the other hand, I am sure that more and more gen x and millennial men are waking up. A few years ago if you talked about any of this literally no one got it. Now more than half the men I talk to notice something is up. Things are accelerating."
One most effective weapons the elite currently use to destroy healthy society is the dating apps. There no place to see more clearly the destructive effects third-wave feminism has had on the West. This article is the personal account of for a typical man using Tinder in 2018.
At first glance, the Tinder app looks like a dream come true to any attractive man in the metro area. Thousands of attractive women are available at your fingertips. With good looks, you can get hundreds of matches in a matter of days. If you are a man looking an attractive woman for a serious relationship in this dystopian world it appears your chances just increased a thousandfold. The scene in most bars and establishments where people go to meet is so bleak in this day and age, Tinder appears to be a lifeline, but it is anything but.
If a man has any regard or hope left for modern young women Tinder can destroy it in a matter of weeks. I matched with a beautiful woman within minutes of downloading the app. I immediately struck up a conversation with the purpose of scheduling dinner date, she quickly asked to move the conversation to snapchat, which seemed like a fine idea. Within a few messages, she simply demanded to see my penis to continue the conversation.
This certainly threw me for a curve since I had been out of online dating for a while. I had assumed it was normally men asking for this, not the other way around. I tried to keep the conversation going and work around the demand, but after a few more messages she didn't reply.
I assumed this was probably an isolated situation but I was dead wrong. The very next match initiated phone sex over snapchat literally 10 minutes into the conversation. I literally went through this exact scenario a dozen times in the matter of a couple of weeks. They are not interested in a dinner date, they simply want to start some sort of cyber-sex relationship before you have even met in person.
Finally, after a couple of weeks, I had a girl invite me to meet her at her apartment, for what I thought would be a dinner date. It seemed finally Tinder would pay off with something substantial. We were texting back and forth while I was on my way there, and she demanded me to send her a photo of my penis before I arrived. I told her I didn't want to do it but thought we should meet for dinner and get to know each other. She flat out said send the photo or she wouldn't open the door. I just turned around and went home.
That was my last Tinder adventure after 20 or so experiences which all ended with some sort of strange demand. I stopped because I realized how these experiences can truly warp your own mind. After this experience I see that the female behavior is not fully about sexual depravity, it is about dominating a man with demands. The visual medium of the apps can excite men very quickly. You see the profile of an attractive woman and you get very interested. These women use this to play games to simply enjoy power. It is clear it is not about getting the actual photos, it is about proving to themselves how much power they have over you.
In the early days of online dating feminists claimed it was misogynistic because it made hookups with no commitment so easy for men. This is not really the case. In reality women literally dominate the virtual dating world. I have other friends who are also attractive men with good careers who fall into these traps much worse than I did. With the minefield that the workplace is for male-female relations and the degeneracy of clubs/bars online dating at first seems to be the safest bet, but it no refuge for men.
These apps are a feminist dream. Any decently attractive woman can get hundreds if not thousands of matches and likes in a single day. I had a moderately attractive woman once show me how many matches she had gotten in a day and was shocked. This inflates the female ego out of control make it nearly impossible for her to bond any one man in the real world. Every night she can be validated in her attractiveness and get men to do nearly anything just by opening an app. Why would she want to be married and have a family?
At first glance, these apps appear to be a useful tool for possibly bringing men and women together for relationships. In reality, they are one of the strongest dysgenic and demoralizing elements in the war against the healthy family unit and pair bonding in our modern society. Use at your own risk.