Many of the social myths about women and feminism are being exposed and destroyed by the internet, social media and cheap, ubiquitous digital cameras. A record of behavior is being created that will establish for all time that women are at least as likely to cheat as men and probably more so given their greater ability. Consider the college girlfriend home for the holidays without her boyfriend. What does she do
Craigslist is probably the most convincing proof for blue-pill people (and even some of the red-pill people) of female hypergamy and promiscuity. Virtually all the contested issues show up on Craigslist, such as the young women now focused solely on education and career that they don’t have time for relationships and aren’t interested in a relationship anyway. But when the biology catches up to them… like this one…
Sometimes they aren’t focused on themselves, they’re single because they’re alpha widows. Consider the following narrative of a woman who’s been pining away for 14 years for her personal Alpha.
Many of them do winding up slutting their way through their twenties and with their biological clock ticking, they suddenly come to a decision. Notice the sense of entitlement in this young woman’s post and the fact she won’t be lying to men anymore…
Unfortunately, most of these girls (if they do marry) wind up settling for a guy they really aren’t attracted to. What happens, after a period of time, is predictable. Take this example of a husband that’s working his ass off to provide for his family. How does his wife handle that? She’s on Craigslist!
Or this one, in which she makes it plain that while she wants to stay married, she wants the tingles and evidently that’s absent at home.
Some are more discrete, such as the presumably married woman out of town on a business trip making plans to find someone younger, with *stamina* and discretion.
Some wives take a different path toward trying to solve the problem of unhappiness with their husband. Take this wife, for example:
Many will agree that women will willingly share a high-value man, but as I’ve stated before, some of them discover that they like the arrangement. If one goes to any major-city Craigslist and looks in the “women seeking women” category of personal ads, there will be numerous ads by couples seeking a woman to join their relationship and swing both ways. It’s become a specific category (mw4w) under the “Casual Encounters” section and while one might not think this is popular, the numbers tell a different story.
Keep in mind that Craigslist is populated (from what I can see) gamma and omega men for the most part. The women tend to be either quite good-looking or completely cringe-worthy. Keep in mind also, I’m only using data from the Casual Encounters segment of the personals and comparing the mw4w with the m4w sub-categories within Casual Encounters. I point this out because there is another major category called Men for Women but that’s not where I pulled the data.
Typically (unless the ads are flagged and removed) they stay up for 60 days or until the 2500 max number of ads in that category has been reached. In Houston, the men for women category maxes out and the ads drop off within about three days. There’s also the issue of flagged ads being removed, which happens a lot more often in the m4w and w4m categories than it does in the mw4w category. Indianapolis had 439/2500 ads, Phoenix had 1037/2500. Evansville, IN had 103/1228, Boise, ID had 241/2500. Des Moines had 185/2500, Houston had 1043/2500, Ashville, NC had 141/1932 and good old Ann Arbor, MI limped in at 100/1394.
Evansville, Ann Arbor and Ashville all demonstrate that couples looking for another woman represent about 7% to 8% of the number of men placing ads for women. What does this tell us? Other than it’s happening a lot more than most people would believe, not much. It appears that it’s driven more by the women than the men, though, just from a casual read of some of the ads. A very good friend who once identified as a lesbian and is now identifying as heterosexual (not bisexual) told me that her husband wanted her to recruit another woman to share their bed. She asserts that many of the women are doing this because their husbands want them to. Without serious research we won’t know. I predict the next generation of dissertations covering this phenomenon will be interesting reading. I will admit that while currently it seems to fall into the area of kink, it’s producing a school of thought like this, taken from a recent Craigslist ad by a couple looking for another woman:
When you hear blue-pill people say “women aren’t like that” just direct them to the Craigslist personals… but not while at work.
Ashley Madison (ashleymadison.com) is also proof that a lot more wives cheat on their husbands than many would imagine.