The Rise of MGTOW Men Taking a Stand Against Abuse

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Author: Reekay V.

Since 2012 I’ve been traveling through various islands of the Philippines as a full-time Expat and spent 1999 living in Vietnam.

Share with me my ongoing adventures of life in the Philippines. Hopefully you find my observations helpful in your own adventures.
— Reekay

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  1. Although I agree with the majority of your views, I disagree with your timeline and accuracy here.
    The non secular movement arising from the Promise Keepers was the MRA movement ( Men’s Rights Activists) to shed light to the biases in the family court system as well as the public education system. They attempted to bring about changes in the laws and treatment of men in the court system, but did not get traction since the subject was political poison. In addition, to bring about substantive change in the system, women would have to also be advocates for change. Although some were sympathetic to the cause, women were not willing to give up their claim to the cash and prizes as well as the leverage they hold in divorce.

    Once men realized the game was rigged, and became disenchanted with seeing any change in the court system, many saw the only way to win is to not play. Hence men focused on their own self actualization and purpose, supporting and providing for their own needs and wants rather than for others.
    That is how MGTOW was born. It is not a movement as the MRA but a philosophy, and is defined uniquely by every individual rather than the collective.

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