Do We Live in a Gynocentric World? – MGTOW

Urban Dictionary

Gynocentrism

Always putting the woman first even if it is to the detriment of others. Often results in female supremacy.

Man 1 – You should always pay your woman’s bills.

Man 2 – But aren’t men and women equal? Shouldn’t she pay her own bills?

Feel free to add to this list that I have created regarding where and how I’ve seen gynocentrism expressed in our world.

    • You put yourself at risk in a workplace is you’re not gynocentric. If you speak your mind as a male and don’t agree with favoritism towards women and the continued preaching of their strength beyond what is true of a female you risk being fired and knocked off your climb to the top of the corporate ladder.
    • Men admire women and women admire women. Men don’t admire men, in most cases. Instagram models garner massive followings from both men who want to have sex with them and women who want to be them. These women are portrayed as having a special something that the most popular men on Instagram wouldn’t even be considered as having.
    • “You’re such a good gentleman, you’re wife will be so proud of you”. My mom used to say this when I did things like hold the door for her, do the dishes, carry in the groceries, sweep the kitchen, or do any household chore that has been traditionally given to women – at least before the 21st century. Now, looking back after dating two different women, I realize how slanted and pathetic this statement is. It’s not even a compliment, it’s a derisive remark of emasculation.
    • Look at the mainstream sitcoms that muddle our minds and dominate television. In all of them the female, wife or girlfriend is in control and seemingly has it together. King of Queens, Everybody Loves Raymond and even Star Wars portray men as helpless, in need of direction, deplorable, inept and utilitarian. Decisions and actions are only made based on the rules defined by women and the need to maintain that woman as a part of their life. Anakin essentially becomes Darth Vader through a gynocentric pull.
    • You don’t see commercials for women about what to buy your husband on Valentine’s Day…or Christmas…or even Father’s Day, let’s face it…the amount of money spent on Father’s Day pales in comparison to how the United States monetizes Mother’s Day. Men are swamped with commercials and the invisible societal and marital push to buy chocolate candies, flowers and diamond jewelry in order to maintain and keep afloat what would become a perilous relationship if those things didn’t exist!
    • Happy wife, happy life. We joke about it and laugh about it…but many men don’t realize that they actually take this seriously and castrate themselves in the process in order to avoid conflict and keep their biological craving to reproduce fed and viable. Bob Brenly, a former MLB coach and broadcaster would always say that the key to a long marriage is the following phrase: “yes dear, you’re right, I’m sorry.” It’s like men know they’re losing their wits when saying and believing these things, but we still spew them out like their from a wise sage or coming from the Bible, having been passed down through the test of time for eons.
    • Laws aren’t made to protect men. Laws are made to protect women and to advance their lives while making men’s lives more difficult. Why do you think that the highest suicide rate of any demographic is men, specifically white and American Indian men – who had a suicide rate of 22 deaths per 100,000 between 2005 and 2007. Everyone should watch a YouTube TEDx Talk by Deepika Bhardwaj, titled “Men – The Forgotten Gender”, in which she talks about how men in the Indian society are suffering due to the draconian Indian Penal Code made for the protection of women but ignores men and their issues. If a man says this he is weak. If a woman says this, it’s taken seriously.

 

  • Women are favored in a myriad of settings. Conversely, men are expected to be expendable and utilitarian. I know it’s from Quora, but a post from a user on Quora stated that:

 

    • 97 percent of workplace fatalities are male
    • 99 percent of war casualties are male
    • Prostate cancer kills just as many people as breast cancer, but only receives a fraction of the funding.
    • Men receive longer prison sentences than women for the same crime
    • Women are considered the default caregiver in custody disputes
    • Women make up a majority of alimony recipients
    • Less than one percent of domestic abuse shelters are for men
    • A study showed that when the names of boys were removed from tests before being graded by female teachers, those boys scored 30 percent higher than when their names were included on the tests.
    • You put yourself at risk in a workplace is you’re not gynocentric. If you speak your mind as a male and don’t agree with favoritism towards women and the continued preaching of their strength beyond what is true of a female you risk being fired and knocked off your climb to the top of the corporate ladder.
    • Men admire women and women admire women. Men don’t admire men, in most cases. Instagram models garner massive followings from both men who want to have sex with them and women who want to be them. These women are portrayed as having a special something that the most popular men on Instagram wouldn’t even be considered as having.
    • “You’re such a good gentleman, you’re wife will be so proud of you”. My mom used to say this when I did things like hold the door for her, do the dishes, carry in the groceries, sweep the kitchen, or do any household chore that has been traditionally given to women – at least before the 21st century. Now, looking back after dating two different women, I realize how slanted and pathetic this statement is. It’s not even a compliment, it’s a derisive remark of emasculation.
    • Look at the mainstream sitcoms that muddle our minds and dominate television. In all of them the female, wife or girlfriend is in control and seemingly has it together. King of Queens, Everybody Loves Raymond and even Star Wars portray men as helpless, in need of direction, deplorable, inept and utilitarian. Decisions and actions are only made based on the rules defined by women and the need to maintain that woman as a part of their life. Anakin essentially becomes Darth Vader through a gynocentric pull.
    • You don’t see commercials for women about what to buy your husband on Valentine’s Day…or Christmas…or even Father’s Day, let’s face it…the amount of money spent on Father’s Day pales in comparison to how the United States monetizes Mother’s Day. Men are swamped with commercials and the invisible societal and marital push to buy chocolate candies, flowers and diamond jewelry in order to maintain and keep afloat what would become a perilous relationship if those things didn’t exist!
    • Happy wife, happy life. We joke about it and laugh about it…but many men don’t realize that they actually take this seriously and castrate themselves in the process in order to avoid conflict and keep their biological craving to reproduce fed and viable. Bob Brenly, a former MLB coach and broadcaster would always say that the key to a long marriage is the following phrase: “yes dear, you’re right, I’m sorry.” It’s like men know they’re losing their wits when saying and believing these things, but we still spew them out like their from a wise sage or coming from the Bible, having been passed down through the test of time for eons.
    • Laws aren’t made to protect men. Laws are made to protect women and to advance their lives while making men’s lives more difficult. Why do you think that the highest suicide rate of any demographic is men, specifically white and American Indian men – who had a suicide rate of 22 deaths per 100,000 between 2005 and 2007. Everyone should watch a YouTube TEDx Talk by Deepika Bhardwaj, titled “Men – The Forgotten Gender”, in which she talks about how men in the Indian society are suffering due to the draconian Indian Penal Code made for the protection of women but ignores men and their issues. If a man says this he is weak. If a woman says this, it’s taken seriously.
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