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Domestic Violence Revelations with Erin Pizzey 5

Join us Saturday 6 July 2013, 4pm London Time, 11am Eastern US time, for Episode 5 of Domestic Violence Revelations with Erin Pizzey. This episode will directly explore the phenomenon of Men Going Their Own Way (MGTOW), with a special prerecorded interview with Dr. Helen Smith, as well as a reading from her book, “Men On Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters.” Dr. Helen won’t be available for calls this episode but we invite you to call in with your questions, comments, or observations. If you’re MGTOW, Erin will have questions for you, and what experiences and knowledge led you to that path. We hope to have a productive and lively conversation. Please join us!

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About James Huff

James is a veteran of the U.S. Army, pursuing his own business and personal ambitions. Since taking the red pill, he has been constantly seeking and enacting new ways to alter the status quo.

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  • James Huff

    I really look forward to this show. I’ll be there!

  • Peter Wright (Tawil)

    Two of the finest minds in the MHRM talking about MGTOW – I’m there with bells on.

  • Redfield

    I do agree with the first caller, but I am still perplexed on basic issues, for instance if you base socio-biology around certain principals, one being the need to affiliate for love or reproduction (which I believe) and then for a woman to affiliate with a man for differing reasons, based on this theme! Let’s say a woman requires security in the form of a man’s income and providing a stable home environment for the offspring, then why is it most of the divorces are initiated by women in Western Culture?

    Perhaps this need for affiliation has a differential between the genders on what love means by definition! What should we base love on? Respect? Recognition of a persons rights as a human being, and being sensitive to their rights? The ability to put yourself in second place occasionally for your beloved’s needs and aspirations? Having a personal and enduring sense of empathy for a beloved partner? The list could be quite long, but what is the basis for loving someone else, and why should it be reversed so easily in a divorce caught or family court??

    I also agree with the caller mentioning the need to generalise behaviour when we talk about human interactions! Both genders are clearly capable of a wide range of behaviours equally(?)!

    But in general my observations are: Women are more prone to dehumanising an ex in separation, they are much more prone to enabling their societal rights as women over an ex, without much if any thought for the human rights of an ex … I guess my question is, has in general love a woman has for a man, degenerated into an “an endorphin releasing experience” that a human being may have when making a purchase from a shop? Perhaps a husband satiates desires, but has no longevity in keeping the partner happy because they aren’t exactly looked upon in a healthy normally adjusted way as human beings worthy of respect? But just a means to an ends?

    How do woman define love in their relationship with men these days? Do they love more what a man can do for them, or what they can do for a man?